Connect with us. Why go to church? Church is about personal relationships. With God and one another.
We strive to offer a meaningful Sunday morning experience- but to achieve a deeper faith and build strong friendships, we encourage you to check out some of our other activities. Whether you join one of our weekly Small Group Bible studies or opt for one of our fellowship ministries, there really is something for everyone.
Being “new” at an established church can be awkward, our goal is to help you find your “fit” and get involved in studies and activities that will bridge that gap. You’ll find us to be a warm and friendly bunch, eager to expand our church family. Questions? Contact Sue Burrell, Director of Connections 215-699-9331 x12.
Faith Adventure is a small group that meets on Monday evenings at 7:00 pm throughout the year. The study format is DVD based, typically we spend four to six weeks on each session. Terri Spiegle is the leader for this group, all are welcome to attend! For information email email@example.com.
This book club provides an opportunity for women to fellowship in an open and informal discussion of fiction and nonfiction Christian books. All are welcome as this group reaches out into the community. The group meets via Zoom. For the zoom link, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Bookmarks with detailed information are available at the Welcome Desk.
This small group meets on Wednesday mornings for breakfast at a local restaurant. In addition to enjoying a time of prayer and fellowship, this group also supports church events, by providing a team to cook, serve, and clean up.
Sanctuary has a group to appeal to any musician who wants to use their talent for the purpose of praising God. From the young child to the experienced adult, we have a place for you to lend your musical gifts.
Seasonal and topical Bible studies are offered periodically throughout the year during the week at an arranged time suitable for those who want to attend. The studies bring those who may worship at different services together for thoughtful discussion on a variety of topics, with focus placed on scriptural application.
Monday mornings at 10:00am a small group meets for Bible study. Janet Faul leads the study, taking a closer look at various books in the Bible, aided by well known commentaries and resources. Everyone is invited to join us either on a regular basis or as your schedule permits. We meet throughout the year, except for August. For information email email@example.com.
This group meets at 7pm in Room 109 and explores the principles found in the Daniel Plan to achieve optimal wellness. The group also participates in healthy activities, such as Wholy Fit movement classes, and sharing recipes and other information. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
GROW is a Bible Study for men and women of all ages and circumstances, life stages and backgrounds. Together, we seek to know God better by studying His Word and learning how to apply it to our lives. We strive to build genuine, caring relationships by praying for one another and sharing our own insights and experiences in an atmosphere of love and encouragement. GROW meets Tuesday Nights – 7:00 pm from September through May.
New friends are always welcome to join Pastor Lorraine’s weekly Bible study, on Zoom and in person. We meet Wednesdays, at 10:30am in the Lounge (September through June). To be added to the distribution list for study materials, contact email@example.com
Leanne Spiegle and Sarah Lombardo are inviting all Sanctuary Young Adults to join our newest small group, God and Grub.
This group will be a causal study on Galatians and the Fruit of the Spirit. The group meets off-site at local restaurants. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
A casual group that meets weekday mornings to learn knitting and crocheting techniques for a variety of projects, including prayer shawls. They meet in the Prayer Room. Contact the church office for more details.