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We welcome all because God welcomes all, regardless of race or culture, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or relationship status. We welcome all without regard to addictions, physical or mental health, age, abilities, imprisonment, socio-economic circumstances, or employment status. We welcome all without regard to religious belief or identity, citizenship, political views, or anything that might divide us. Our unity is in Christ.
Help provide a Christmas food bag with nonperishable items, along with grocery gift cards, to Chester County Migrant Ministry, the Philadelphia Group, and Second Time Around Parents (STAP). Grocery gift cards from Giant and ShopRite are requested. Contact Linda Bucher or the Church Office if you would like a bag, a list of items to […]
FAITH-LIFE CONNECTIONS: Gather Sunday mornings at 11:00 am on Zoom beginning Dec. 6 for reflection, community-building, and contemplative prayer utilizing the Sunday gospel readings and reflections from Living Well Through Advent: Practicing Hope With All Your Heart, Soul, Strength, and Mind. Download Living Well Through Advent here. Zoom links for this opportunity are sent weekly […]
During Advent worship each Sunday at 10:00 am on Zoom, the service will include the lighting of the candles on the Advent wreath. You may want to light the candles on your Advent wreath in your home as part of those services as well. You will find a great variety of resources for observing the […]
How do we cope with loss and grief during the holidays? One way is to be part of a safe place group where stories are told, people intentionally listen, and all feelings are acceptable. Join Deacon Beth for two evenings of storytelling and listening, Wednesdays, December 2 and 9, 6:30 pm to 8 pm. Contact […]
This Advent is unlike any we have experienced before. We know this year has been filled with the unexpected, difficult, painful challenges that we could not have ever imagined. And now, as we enter this season of Advent, we find it is all the more filled with our hope of God’s coming into this world. […]