Below is a list of churches in the Presbytery that will be offering options to participate in Sunday worship services amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Most are services streamed online, though there are a few that you can listen to on the radio and one by conference call for participants without internet. Pastors and clerks of session, if your church’s information is not listed or is incorrect, please contact us at 304-744-7634 or office@wvpresbytery.org.

  • Beckley Presbyterian Church is broadcast on the radio at 7 PM Sundays on 99.5FM. You can also find it, as well as other messages from the pastor, on Facebook.
  • Bluefield First Presbyterian Church services are available on YouTube. If the link doesn’t work, search for First Presbyterian Church, Bluefield, West Virginia. They are also shared on Facebook.
  • Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church, Charleston, is live streaming on Facebook at 11AM Sundays and hosting Bible Study at 3 p.m. Sundays on Zoom. Contact Pastor Dawn Adamy at breamspastor@gmail.com for access to the Bible Study.
  • Charleston First Presbyterian Church is broadcast on the radio at 11 AM Sundays on 580AM. The church also has daily morning prayer at 9 AM and evening prayer at 9 PM as well as Lenten worship at noon Wednesdays and Bite-Sized Sermons on Saturdays, all on Facebook. Additionally, there are a number of activities on Zoom; click here for a file of all their weekly virtual activities, broken down first by day and then by digital platform, with descriptions at the end.
  • Church of the Covenant, Grafton, is posting daily devotional videos and Sunday worship on covenantgrafton.com.
  • Clarksburg First Presbyterian Church is broadcast on the radio at 10:45 AM Sundays on WPDX 104.9 FM and 750 AM. It is also live streaming on Facebook. Bulletins are available on the church’s website.
  • Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church, Elkins, is broadcast on the radio at 11AM Sundays on WDNE 1240AM. Bulletins for the service are available on the church’s website.
  • Dunbar First Presbyterian Church is holding weekly worship at home and emailing the worship bulletin, which includes links to the music/hymns and that Sunday’s sermon, to its mailing list. If you would like to be added, please contact dunbarpresbyterian@frontier.com.
  • Enslow Park Presbyterian Church, Huntington, is streaming on YouTube.
  • Fayetteville Presbyterian Church will upload a video to its website each week. 
  • Gilbert, Logan First and Williamson First Presbyterian Churches will post a joint YouTube service every Friday, which can also be found on all three churches websites (Gilbert, Logan, Williamson) and Facebook pages (Gilbert, Logan, Williamson). Additionally, Pastor Dale Carey of  Williamson First Presbyterian will share Powerpoint Bible studies on the church’s website beginning the week of March 30.
  • Glenville Presbyterian Church is live streaming on Facebook at 11 AM Sundays.
  • Highlawn Presbyterian Church, Huntington, is worshipping at 11 AM Sundays and hosting Bible Study at 2 PM Mondays via Zoom; Sunday’s service will be shared on YouTube after that. Contact Pastor Dana Sutton at dwsutton@gmail.com to access the services or study on Zoom.
  • Highlawn Presbyterian Church, St. Albans, and St. Andrew Presbyterian Church, Pinch, who share a pastor, will worship through conference call at 10:30 AM Sundays for those without internet or radio access. Simply call 1-571-317-3122 and enter the access code 539 688 517#. To enable audio controls, press # when asked. Bulletins can be sent by mail. Contact Pastor Nancy Didway at nancy.d@suddenlink.net with questions.
  • Huntington First Presbyterian Church will post its service each Friday on its website, Facebook, and YouTube. An order of worship and Bible study on Paul’s letter to the Philippians are also available on the website.
  • Kanawha United Presbyterian Church is sharing daily hymns by Music Director Chris Engel on Facebook. They will also broadcast their Easter service there. 
  • Morgantown First Presbyterian Church is streaming its service at 11AM Sundays on its Vimeo channel.
  • The Mountain Valley Parish (Belington, Beverly, Mill Creek and Tygarts Valley Presbyterian Churches) will stream its fifth Sunday joint worship on March 29 on the Beverly Presbyterian 200th Anniversary Celebration Facebook.
  • Old Stone Presbyterian Church, Lewisburg, has its service broadcast on the radio at 11AM Sundays on 1310 AM, 97.3 FM, and 103.1 FM. If you are not in the listening area, you can listen to 103.1 online here. Church bulletins are available on the church website.
  • Parkersburg First Presbyterian Church is streaming its worship on Facebook.
  • Riverlawn Presbyterian Church will post a video of worship by 10:30 AM Sundays on Facebook.
  • Rock Lake Presbyterian Church is streaming its service at 11AM Sundays on YouTube and Facebook. Email rocklakepreschurch@gmail.com to request a copy of the bulletin; if you need a hard copy, make sure to give them your name and mailing address.
  • South Charleston First Presbyterian Church is live streaming on Facebook at 11AM Sundays.
  • St. Albans First Presbyterian Church is streaming its 10 AM Sunday service on Facebook and YouTube , as well as posting an audio-only version at anchor.fm. Additionally, they are offering Sunday school lessons at 6 p.m. Sundays and Bible studies at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday on Zoom; contact fpcsa@firstpresbychurch.com for an invitation to join.
  • Teays Valley Presbyterian Church is sharing video sermons from Pastor Kyle Key Sundays on Facebook.
  • Village Chapel Presbyterian Church is live streaming on Facebook at 11 AM Sundays. The service may be accessed through Zoom as well; contact Amy Parker at aparker@vcpresby.org for the link.
  • Westminster Presbyterian Church in Vienna is publically streaming its 11 AM Sunday and 7 PM Wednesday services on Pastor Bill Dunfee’s Facebook page. The Wednesday evening services will be at least through Lent and possibly longer.
  • Williamstown First Presbyterian Church is live streaming on Facebook at 11AM Sundays. Virtual prayer practices for Lent are also posted on Facebook.