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Church History

For the single reason of spreading the Gospel, in 1975 a group of University Students and local residents began assembling together to worship God in the Princeton area in New Jersey. The original name of this group was "Princeton Christian Fellowship" until 1991, when the church name changed to "Princeton Christian Church".

In 2004, PCC's congregation moved into the current church building at 471 Cherry Valley Road Princeton, NJ 08540.

At the present time, there are around 250 adults, 100 children and 50 youth attending worship services regularly on Sunday. The Princeton Christian Church is an Evangelical Church; it strongly believes the truth from the Holy Bible, which leads Christian living a purified life to glorify God, to benefit the people who are surrounding them and to widely spread the Good News of Salvation of the Christ. Right now, the Church activities are: Sunday Worship, children/adult Sunday School Classes, Wednesday Prayer meeting and Friday Evening Bible Study Fellowship at different locations.