Keyser Presbyterian Church
300 S. Mineral St.
Keyser, WV 26726



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Our History

1/27/2014 10:31:00 PM

Presbyterianism officially came to New Creek, as Keyser was called, in the middle 1800s. Our first congregation of Presbyterians was organized by a committee of Winchester Presbytery on December 4, 1853. Then Named the Church of Mount Hope, the congregation had seven members representing four families.

Our ancestors prevailed through the Civil War and the following years with pastors preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and faithful members witnessing to His love in this community. Keyser Presbyterian Church is the mother church of Piedmont, Lonaconing, Barton and McCoole Presbyterian Churches. We claim the high calling to share the Gospel as our predecessors did in the past.


The first church was on Overton Place. The Civil War disrupted the church and members scattered. The church was burned on November 28th, 1864 by military forces.


Church reorganized, erected a new church building on East Street. 


A new, larger church was built on the corner of Main and Piedmont Streets.


This year marked the unity of the Church of Mount Hope with Calvary Presbyterian Church, thus healing a breach which had existed since 1887. There after we have been known as the Keyser Presbyterian Church. 


Our church today. First service, Maundy Thursday, April 19th. 

Early 60's

The church purchased the adjacent Wolfe Mansion (Now referred to as the Heritage House) for church Sunday school facilities. 


Present building completed with the addition of the front tower, parking lot lobby, balcony and conference room. 


Broke ground for the construction of the Multipurpose Building which houses a full-sized basketball court, restrooms and offices. 

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About Us

Keyser Presbyterian Church

Keyser Presbyterian Church is called to tell the good news of salvation by the grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ as the only Savior and Lord. Our faith is built upon the claims of Jesus Christ, leading people to repentance, acceptance of His as Savior and Lord, and His forgiveness of our sins. By proclaiming the message of Christ, we seek to make disciples of all people.