Market Square Presbyterian Church

20 S. Second St., Harrisburg, PA 17101


About MSPC



Worship & Education Times

9:30 a.m. in Chapel —Korean worship
11:00 a.m. in Sanctuary*—Traditional worship
6:00 p.m. (on alternating Sundays) –AWE non-traditional worship

*CHILD CARE available during worship service

Education for Adults and Children
9:30 a.m. Sundays – various locations – look for signs to help find a class.


Market Square Presbyterian Church is at the corner of 2nd and Chestnut Streets in Harrisburg, PA.  Most online maps can show you directions--enter the church address 20 S. 2nd St., Harrisburg, PA 17101.


While Market Square Presbyterian Church is connected to the Market Square Garage, this garage is NOT owned by MSPC.  Consequently, activities during the week will require someone parking to PAY upon exiting. On Sundays, and for some evening programs, parking is free.

NEW PARKING PROCEDURES for the Market Square Garage: you now will need BOTH the parking ticket you receive when entering the garage and a fresh ticket you secure here at Market Square to get out of the garage

Do not discard or destroy the ticket you receive when entering the garage.  When you exit, you first will insert the ticket you received upon entrance into the automated machine and then the ticket you receive from the church.


Market Square is a fully accessible church.  Doors, both on the outside and through the garage, have electronic openers.  Additionally, we have an elevator within the building with access to all the floors used for programs.  Finally, we have two pew areas, on the left and the right side of the sanctuary, set aside for wheelchair access.  We also have large print bulletins and hearing assistance devices available.  Just ask an usher.


"Market Square Presbyterian Church has served Christ and community for over two centuries. The church was established on February 16, 1794 when a session was formed and the congregation gained its independence from its parent congregation, Paxton Presbyterian Church. . ." Read more here.

And for a bit more on history, go here for a slide show of Market Square over the years.