Greensburg Worship Center (Greensburg, Pennsylvania, USA)

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Greensburg Worship Center Profile, 2010

The Greensburg Worship Center, primarily an Indonesian-speaking congregation, was founded in 2010 in Greensburg, part of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania metropolitan area. Greensburg was an outreach of the Nations Worship Center in south Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A number of Indonesian families had moved from the Philadelphia area to western Pennsylvania in the wake of the 2008 economic crisis.

Beny Krisbianto, pastor of the Nations Worship Center, provided primary leadership for the group. The church closed in December 2013 when many members again moved to better economic opportunities elsewhere, some back to the Philadelphia area.


Moyer, Tim. "Greensburg Worship Center Profile." Franconia Mennonite Conference. 2010. Web. 19 September 2016.

Ralph, Emily. "Pittsburgh congregation closes as economy improves." Franconia Mennonite Conference. 12 February 2014. Web. 29 September 2016.

Additional Information




Denominational Affiliations: Mennonite Church USA

Franconia Mennonite Conference

Author(s) Samuel J Steiner
Date Published September 2016

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