A team will be traveling to Israel to serve the Russian Immigrant community. The team will assist with an evangelistic Passover Seder and other ministry events, including evangelistic sight-seeing tours. Dates are 3/28/18-4/8/18. For more info, contact the church office.
Join fellow women on Saturday, October 21st from 9am-3pm as Paula Harris teaches on “It is Time to Seek the Lord” (Living Abundantly with Jesus). For more info, check out the insert or sign-up online at twmforjesus.org.
Women who have lost their husbands are invited to join our kick-off luncheon on Sunday, October 22 at 12:30pm in Fellowship Hall.
Please pray for Greece team as they serve the refugee community from October 13-22.
It is hard to believe we are just FOUR weeks away from collection of the OCC shoeboxes! What is even more amazing is how God uses these simple gifts to change the lives of boys and girls in over 100 countries throughout the world. Please consider filling a shoebox for a child. For more information, visit the OCC table in the Narthex following the service. You can also sign up to serve at the in the Drop-Off Center (here at the church) during the Nat’l Collection Week from 11/13 – 11/20 or the Process Center in Baltimore, MD.
Join us for our Annual Harvest Party on Tuesday, October 31 from 5:30-8:30pm. We’ll have a fellowship meal, seasonal pie bake-off, games, and herpetoculturist Rick Teepen for his popular presentation at the Creation Museum, Snakes Alive! This is an interactive workshop where you’ll get to see and touch many interesting reptiles. Using reptiles, including snakes, lizards, and turtles, Rick explains why specific animals have certain characteristics and how they fit into God’s plan for the world.
If you would like the direct contact information for any of the announcements listed above, please contact the church office (610.524.5338) for his/her information.
From the day you were born, you have been on a quest. You have been searching for something more, because deep down inside, you have a sense that life must have some kind of meaning and purpose beyond mere existence. Maybe you’ve even wondered if you’re the only person who feels this way.
What to expect
Our Sunday morning services are casual and allow you to come as you are. The first portion of each service is set aside in a time of congregational praise and worship. Children ages 2 and above join their parents for the music portion of the service and then are dismissed to be checked into their age-appropriate classes. After some brief announcements, our services continue with verse-by-verse teaching from Pastor Chris.