Pulaski Presbyterian Church has a long history of serving Christ in the community. The church is settled in Western Pennsylvania. It is a small congregation of people who love each other and love Christ. The aim of the Pulaski Presbyterian Church is to know Christ through a study and faith in the Living Word and Scripture. In learning and loving God it is our desire to share that love with others. There are several ministries in which these goals are obtained. Central is Sunday morning worship. This is complemented with Sunday School, Junior Church, Operation Christmas Child, Vacation Bible School, special community holiday events, and other opportunities.
Pulaski is now part of the Evangelical Covenant Order of Presbtyerians or ECO. ECO strives to remain faithful to traditional Christian Ethics while remaining relevant, loving, and missional in an ever-changing world.
Rev Bill Knechtel
Bill Knechtel has been pastor of Pulaski Presbyterian Church since June 2012. Bill is family focused as a part time pastor with a full time job and full time family, Alice (his wife) and Sarah (his daughter).
Sports (Pittsburgh sports teams), Technology, Board Games, and most anything that Sarah can convince him to do.
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Grove City College
B.A., Christian Thought