Quiet yet industrious, and famous for its autumns, Grove City, Pennsylvania is located an hour north of Pittsburgh and about 75 miles south of Erie. Grove City is best known as the home of Grove City College, a Christian college founded in 1876 and known for academic excellence. Greystone Grove City is a fellowship of area Christians, scholars, and students who regularly gather for special lectures and book or topic discussions, closely engaging a wide range of classical and current questions.
Recent events explored the thought of Charles Hodge and B. B. Warfield in relation to Charles Darwin’s theories, the role of John Milton in the Westminster Assembly’s work on marriage and divorce doctrine, and the changing face of gender ontology and ethics in current discourse. Greystone Grove City is led by its director, Dr. Mark Graham, who is a professor of history at the College and an elder at Covenant Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
To join the Greystone Grove City community, or to find out more, please contact us today.
For now, we meet in various homes in the Grove City area. Fill out the form on this page to hear about events as they are scheduled!