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Crossingville, Pennsylvania

SS. Peter and Paul Church

Founded 1920

Diocese: Archdiocese of Western Pennsylvania

Deanery: Northwest Deanery


25636 N Moisertown Rd
Crossingville, Pennsylvania 16412-4150


Home: 814-734-3801

Parish Contacts

Home: 814-734-3801

Lay Leadership

Reader Andrew Cap
Reader Nathan Mathewson
Ms. Barbara Hargett
Choir Director


General Location
Ss Peter and Paul Church is located in the village of Crossingville, PA, a rural community ten miles from the university town of Edinboro (Edinboro State University).

From Interstate 79
Exit #166 and travel west on Rt 6N towards Albion.  At intersection with Rt 98, turn south (left) and travel 4 miles to Crossingville.  In Crossingville, turn left at crossroads.  The Church is a few hundred yards down the road.

Schedule of Services

Liturgical Language is English.  Please note that the times of services are subject to change.  Visitors are strongly encouraged to please visit the Monthly Calendar on the parish website or call the Rectory to confirm times before coming.

6:00 PM Vespers.
Saturday Evening

9:00 AM Matins, and Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Atrium 1 (Sensitive to children with special needs)
9:30 AM Divine Liturgy.  Church school and fellowship follow.
Sunday Morning

6:00 PM Vespers.
Eves of Great Feasts

9:30 AM Divine Liturgy.
Mornings of Great Feasts

Confessions are heard after Saturday evening services and by appointment.

Parish Background

SS Peter and Paul was founded in 1920 by Slovak farming families. Today our community is very multi-ethnic and made up of both cradle and convert Orthodox Christians. We are still in a beautiful rural setting but easily accessible from the neighboring cities of Erie to the north (a Lake Erie port city) and Meadville to the south,  Edinboro State University is seven miles from the Church and Allegheny College in Meadville is 16 miles.  We are a smaller church of approximately 130 people with a good number of children.  We have a very active community life.