Why Religious Arts?

We offer Religious Arts... to celebrate the gift of our lives through music, visual arts and theater...to examine how and why we behave as we do...and to help us see past our earthly human lives and glimpse the Eternal.

Current Art Exhibition

Exhibition "Personal Effects" - works of cut paper and wood by Pittsburgh artist Laurie Trok opened March 2 and continues through April 15.

See upcoming exhibits

Upcoming Music Event

Three young organists from around the country compete for cash prizes in the First Presbyterian National Organ Playing Competition, held every other year since 1960. A free-will offering will be taken.

See all upcoming concerts

Current Theater Production

Shakespeare's "Hamlet," Unsurpassed in its complexity and richness. Performed by an all-female cast. Weekend performances through March 17.

See all upcoming shows
Mission Statement
Art and religion share many common attributes. The Religious arts are grounded in the belief that both the arts and religion are manifestations of the same creative spirit, deeply rooted in the human soul. Read our mission statement
Did You Know?

The Permanent Collection consists of a number of original works of art and artifacts owned by First Presbyterian. Many are displayed in various rooms and hallways of the church.

Event photo for Theater:
March 1st Theater: "Hamlet"
Event photo for National Organ Playing Competition
March 17th National Organ Playing Competition
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March 17th Pastor Candidate Meet & Greet
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March 18th Annual Meeting & Candidating Sunday