• Church Events for the week of December 14, 2014

    Sunday, December 14th (*Childcare available) 9:00 a.m. *Sunday School for all ages. ……….*Topics In Life Today – Liz Remelius, leader (parlor) ……….*Adult Bible Study (library) 10:30 a.m. *Worship – Rev. Doug Hagler, preaching 12:00 n. Stewardship program & lunch (fellowship … Continue reading

  • Celebrate Christmas Eve With Us

    Come celebrate the joy of Christmas with us on December 24th.  There will be a FAMILY SERVICE at 5:00 pm and then a CANDLELIGHT SERVICE at 10:00 pm.   We hope that you will join us and we wish you a … Continue reading

  • Flea Market

    Mark your calendars for the next Flea Market. It’ll be held on Saturday, March 28, 2015 from 8am – 1pm. All proceeds benefit People to People, to feed, clothe and serve God’s people in Phoenixville, Philadelphia and the world.

  • Acts 16:5 – H-Hearing the Word

    You’ve probably seen the posters in the narthex or in Fellowship Hall.  They have one of the “letters” of our vision statement on them…and pens attached.  We’ve asked you to give us your thoughts on each of the elements of … Continue reading

  • Hands In Mission

    Hands In Mission Tuckerton, NJ ​A team of 8 members of the First Presbyterian Church of Phoenixville reached out to help four families still trying to recover from super storm Sandy that hit the shore areas in September 2012. We … Continue reading

  • Organist needed

      First Presbyterian Church, Phoenixville is seeking a part-time organist for one blended 10:30 a.m. Sunday service.  New Kegg pipe organ, Yamaha 6’ grand piano, 20-voice choir, andexcellent sanctuary acoustics.  Opportunity to work with Praise Team if interested in doing so.     Candidate … Continue reading

  • The Light of Christ

    Last night I spoke to a group of children and their parents at the Valley Forge V.F.D. Tree Lighting Ceremony.  I used a flashlight to show how even a small light can make a difference in a dark place. I … Continue reading

  • The man in line

    This morning, as Cyndi and I stood in line to vote, we had a conversation with a man in line with us. He was a PECO employee. He looked tired. He had been working 16 hour days since the Storm … Continue reading

  • What did the blind man see? Mark 10:46-52

    “They came to Jericho. As Jesus and his disciples and a large crowd were leaving Jericho, Bartimaeus son of Tomaeus, a blind beggar, was sitting by the roadside. When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to … Continue reading

  • Acts 16.5–A Brief Overview

    “The churches were strengthened in the faith and grew daily in numbers.” Acts 16:5                 Through the Acts 16:5 Initiative, interested congregations are invited to engage in a deliberate process of congregational transformation. This process permits a congregation to develop … Continue reading