Third Presbyterian Church

Jesus first, others second, we're Third!

Here at Third we are very active in our children and youth programming. We believe that the key to quality, beneficial, and worthwhile Christian Education is built on a solid foundation of faith and a commitment to the Lord.

"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."

Proverbs 22:6 KJV




What we offer at Third is a vast range of programming and activities to engage our children and youth in a passionate relationship with the Lord. 


In addition to Sunday School at 10:00 a.m, we have a lot of children programs throughout the year.




Youth Club (Pre K - 5th Grade) (Fall and Spring)

Youth Club is run twice a year (Fall and Spring) for children Pre K through 5th Grade. They meet on Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m. Children enjoy music, games, a Bible lesson, and craft, every Sunday. During the Christmas season, the Youth Club partners with the older youth of the Jr./Sr. Crosswalk to perform a musical.



3rd Pres Church Preschool 


The Preschool program has given quality learning experiences in a Christian atmosphere at an affordable fee for over forty years. 

We have an all volunteer staff that want to be here with your children. All staff have state clearances. 

Applications Taken - Beginning in February you are welcome to call to register your child for the three, four or five year old class. 

Registration is $15.00 and tuition per child is $45.00 per month. 

The School Year - The typical school year begins the first Tuesday after Labor Day as a 1/2 hour get acquainted session. Then staying the full 2 & 1/2 hours on the Thursday. Classes run through April. We follow the Laurel Highlands public school calendar for Holidays and weather delays and closings. 

Time - Preschool classes meet each Tuesday and Thursday morning from 9:00 A.M. to 11:30 A.M.

Objectives for Curriculum  

  • To hear basic Bible stories. 
  • To develop large and small motor skills with games, printing names and numbers, small crafts with paint, finger paint, scissors, crayons and pencils. 
  • To share toys and materials then to put them away when finished. 
  • To be able to sit and listen to a whole story. 
  • To be aware of manners, health and safety rules. 
  • To be able to learn the names of basic shapes and colors and recognize them. 
  • To recite rhymes, finger plays and sing songs. 
  • To be able to do basic worksheets of opposites, patterns, letter recognition, find the same picture sound and some core math concepts. Scholastic age appropriate monthly papers are used plus others. 

Program & Learning Activities

  • Learn a Table Grace to be prayed before snack is eaten. Snack is provided by the church.
  • A free eye screening from the Association of the Blind is provided. 
  • A visit about fire safety from the Uniontown Fire Department and usually a fire truck for all the classes to see. 
  • Special Days: Teddy Bear Picnic, Pajama Movie Day, Dr. Seuss Activities and St. Patrick's Day Cooking and Activities. 
  • Each child get to celebrate his or her own birthday or half birthday and bring his or her favorite snack that day. 
  • Party Days: Christmas Party, Valentine Party and Easter Activities. 
  • Class group and individual pictures are taken in the spring. 
  • Parents and guests are invited to view a program by the children in November and again at the end of Preschool sessions in April.