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through Bible-based worship, fellowship, and outreach
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Summer Schedule until September 9!

8 am spoken Eucharist; 9:30 am Eucharist with music; no adult education.

Who are we?

We are a church rooted in the great tradition and historic faith of Christianity. Our services are warm and friendly, but also liturgical. Together we hear and proclaim the Word. We sing, we confess our sins, and together we partake of holy communion.

8:00 Eucharist

Our 8am worship service is a simple spoken service. We engage with God's word, pray, and partake in the Eucharist together.

9:15 Sunday School

At 9:15 we gather together for Sunday School. The children form one group, where they learn to understand and interact with God's Word and the liturgies of the church. Likewise, the adults meet to study Scripture and apply God's word to their lives.

 

10:15 Eucharist

At our 10:15 worship service, we hear and proclaim God's Word both spoken and sung.  We incorporate a mix of traditional and contemporary music.  This joyful service culminates in celebrating Communion together. 

8:00 Eucharist

Our 8am worship service is a simple spoken service. We engage with God's word, pray, and partake in the Eucharist together.

9:30 Eucharist

At our 9:30 worship service, we hear and proclaim God's Word both spoken and sung.  We incorporate a mix of traditional and contemporary music.  This joyful service culminates in celebrating Communion together.

Summer Schedule

Our regular worship schedule will resume on September 16th: 8 am and 10:15 am Eucharist with 9:15 Christian Education for all ages.

You can find us at:

4106 St Thomas Dr
Gibsonia, PA 15044

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