The Eagles Mere Presbyterian Church, dating from 1887, was the first church to be built in Eagles Mere. Originally called a chapel since it was only open in the summer, it continues to have summer services beginning with the last Sunday in June and continuing through Labor Day.
Visiting ministers from around Pennsylvania and beyond provide inspirational sermons each Sunday including a short message for children. Special music such as vocalists, orchestral music, jazz band, and guitar are an example of the offerings featured during the service.
Sunday services begin at 10 a.m. and dress is casual. Following the service, friends both new and old are invited to gather in the garden for a social including refreshments.