The Presbyterian Church (United States of America) is the modern version of the oldest Presbyterian denomination in the United States. Its overall theology is very liberal, and there are no guarantees that any given church will preach the same Gospel Paul did. That is not to say that none will, but one cannot know without researching individual churches.
My denomination is the completely separate and different Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). Please do not allow the similarity in names to confuse you. The PCA began in the early 1970's when a set of churches forsook the PC(USA) because of its liberal trends. The PCA has remained a theologically conservative denomination in whose churches the Gospel is more or less clearly preached. I am comfortable saying that, in West Virginia, one can visit any PCA church and be assured that you will hear the Gospel as Paul preached it.
The larger, older PC(USA) has some 140 churches throughout the State of West Virginia. There is likely to be at least one in every city in the State. Others are scattered in smaller towns and rural areas. The Presbytery of WV (PC(USA)) website records that 91 of these churches are without ordained pastors. Thirty-eight of these pulpits are vacant. Thirty-two are filled with interim or temporary supply preachers. Twenty-one of these congregations have commissioned lay-pastors instead of ordained pastors. This means that a full 65 percent of these churches do not have ordained ministers. Forty-nine of these churches do have ordained pastors (70% male and 30 percent female).
The PCA has 10 congregations in the state, two of which are mission churches, meaning that they have not been constituted as self-sufficient congregations yet. Four of these churches transferred from the PC(USA) into the PCA. The other six were planted in the state as PCA churches. Three of these churches do not currently have pastors and are filling their pulpits with temporarily supplied preachers. The other seven have ordained ministers working for them. Currently, there are 12 active, ordained teaching elders in the New River Presbytery, although two of these are retired and one of these is without a call.
The greatest likelihood, if one were to attend the next presbyterian church that one sees while driving down the road, is that it is would be a PC(USA) congregation. The differences are very significant though, and I would highly recommend that those interested in attending a Presbyterian church in West Virginia research those differences and seek out a Gospel preaching, Bible teaching congregation. I can assure you that this will be easier to find among the smaller number of PCA churches.
A significant point of information that is becoming important in our part of the world--The PCA does NOT allow for the ordination of gays and lesbians to pastoral ministry. The PC(USA) does. I hope that people will understand that the PCA still preaches, as the Word of God clearly teaches, that unrepentant homosexuality is incompatible with either Christian living or ordained ministry. The PC(USA) and PCA are two separate and distinct denominations. The PC(USA) is by its own admission a broader, liberal denomination that celebrates its differences from the more conservative PCA. The PCA does not ordain gays and lesbians.