Called by Christ we invite all people, celebrating the diversity of God’s creation. Reformation is an affirming congregation for all: rejoicing with the young and old, welcoming people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and expressions, working to cultivate an accessible and inclusive community for all abilities, and embracing all races, cultures, and faith traditions.
We serve our neighbors following the teachings of Christ. Reformation responds to the needs of the most vulnerable – providing nourishment and comfort, supporting the work of the local and global church, and protecting God’s creation for future generations.
We build a living faith emboldened by the Holy Spirit. Reformation embodies the unconditional love of God through worshiping and learning together and valuing the gifts of everyone. To create the fullness of our community of faith, we nurture relationships, pursue racial equity and gender justice, and advocate for the wellbeing of the marginalized.
Please note: Except for Christmas Day, all services will be held in person and online. December 24 Fourth Sunday of Advent Worship at 10:00 am Christmas Eve Worship at 4:00, 6:00 & 8:00pm. All worships include Carols, Candlelight and Communion. 4 pm – a special service designed especially for children. 6 pm – a service […]
There will be a special opportunity for children to be involved in worship during the season of Advent, beginning on December 3. Children will be invited to help the preacher bring the Bible forward from a table in the back of the sanctuary and stand around the preacher for the reading of the gospel. Everyone […]
It is St. Nicholas time at Reformation! How can you participate? Give a direct donation to any of the agencies listed, shop for gifts and bring all UNWRAPPED gifts to worship by December 10 for a special blessing in worship, or use the agency Amazon wish lists provided to place an order to be delivered […]
The Community Action Ministry is collecting bags of food, cash donations, and $40 Giant/Shop Rite gift cards to help our neighbors in need with holiday meals. These bags will be delivered to Second Time Around Parents, Migrant Ministries of Chester County, the Philadelphia Group, and Phoenix Recovery Houses. The food lists have been adjusted to […]
December 3 is the First Sunday in Advent. Worship that day will include our “Longing for the Light of Healing and Hope” liturgy which includes a Prayer Litany and, optionally, Candle Lighting and Individual Prayer for Healing.