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Welcome! We hope you’ll join us for a Sunday service. Through traditional & contemporary music and practical messages, we present the ageless truths of the Bible in a format that’s easy to understand, even if you’ve never been to church.

Sunday Services

We offer a single worship service every Sunday morning at Manor Church. The service begins at 9:30 am. Our service style varies to include both traditional & contemporary music. No matter your personal style, you’ll be comfortable at Manor. From dress-up to jeans, you’ll be right at home with us. From September through May, we offer Sunday School and childcare for all ages from 11:15 to noon.



Manor Presbyterian Church is located in Chester County on route 926 about halfway between Route 10 and Route 41.  There is ample parking across the road from the church and also behind the church. …detailed directions

Manor PCA
505 Street Road,
Cochranville, PA 19330

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We love children here at Manor. If you have infants or toddlers, then please contact one of our Greeters when you arrive. They’ll guide you to our nursery where your children will be cared for during the worship service. Our nursery volunteers are well-trained so your children will have a safe and enjoyable time while you’re in the sanctuary.

Our Pre-K to 5th grade children meet during the sermon time. They have fun learning basic truths about God from scripture. They join the adults at 9:30 am worship, and then are dismissed before the sermon. They meet every Sunday year round in the hope of benefiting them with a more consistent environment and routine. Curriculum can vary from season to season, please contact the church office for more information. Nursery care is available for families with infants and toddlers for the entire worship service. And childcare for all these groups is provided from 11:15 to noon, whenever the adult Sunday School is in session.


We love having teenagers participating in morning worship with our Adults. Students in 6th-12th grade participate in the entire worship service with their families. Their Sunday School takes place from 11:15 am to noon each Sunday. John and Lora Rosecrans lead this group. We also have other service opportunities and events for our youth and (and children) throughout the year.

Other Questions:

What does the church believe?

The sole basis of our belief is the Bible, which is uniquely God-inspired, without error, and the final authority on all matters it addresses. As the Bible teaches, there is one God, eternally existing in three persons — Father, Son, and Holy Spirit — each possessing all the attributes of Deity.

God created humans to have fellowship with Him, but they defied God by sinfully going their own way. As a result, we need God’s saving grace to end our alienation from Him. Salvation comes only through God’s saving grace — not human effort — and must be received personally by repentance and faith.

Jesus Christ, the second Person of the Trinity, lived a sinless life on earth and voluntarily paid for our sin by dying on the cross as our substitute. This accomplishes salvation for all who receive grace by trusting in Him alone. He rose from the dead and is the only mediator between us and God. He will return to earth to consummate history.

The Holy Spirit draws sinners to Christ and equips believers for personal growth and service to the church. The church’s role is to glorify God and serve those in need. At the end, everyone will experience bodily resurrection and the final judgment. Those forgiven through Christ will enjoy eternal fellowship with God.

You can find a much more extensive description of our beliefs in the Westminster Confession of Faith, the theological constitution of the Presbyterian Church in America, of which we are a member congregation.

How do I become a member?

At least once a year, typically in the fall, we offer a 6-session course during Sunday School called Membership Explored. This course is designed to answer other questions you might have about Manor so that you can determine whether or not you should join this congregation. After completing that course, you will have the opportunity to speak about joining the congregation with elders of the church.