Plan Your Visit
Sunday Worship 10:00 AM
In Person or Livestream
The church is located at the intersection of Bethlehem Pike and East Mill Road in Flourtown, PA.
Parking is available in our parking lot from the entrance off East Mill Road, across from the shopping center. Entrance to the church is via a pathway that leads from the parking lot between the two building wings. Follow the path to the main double doors.
For Sunday worship, turn left upon entering the building and follow the corridor to the double windows just ahead. The sanctuary is on the second floor, with access via stairs or elevator to the right of the windows. Greeters are stationed by the windows to welcome and assist you.
You are encouraged to wear whatever makes you most comfortable! Clothing should never be a barrier to worshipping in community.
Bringing Your Children
Parents—your children are welcome here! While the church does not currently have a formal children’s program, all infants and children are invited and encouraged to participate in worship in any way they wish—cooing, babbling, wiggling, singing, reading, praying. For busy hands, crayons and coloring pages are available from the ushers.
The worship service is traditional in style but somewhat relaxed in feel. It includes both piano and organ music, unison liturgy, scripture readings, sharing of joys and concerns, prayers of confession and prayers of the people, the singing of hymns, and a weekly sermon from the pastor.
An offering is accepted and dedicated during worship. If you would like to make an offering, there is an offering plate at the back of the sanctuary, or you can use the church’s online donation portal.
Communion is offered to worshippers on the first Sunday of the month, and all are welcome to participate.
Learn more about our worship services here.
Time for Fellowship
Following the worship service, there is an opportunity to gather for fellowship and refreshments in Taylor Hall on the main floor.
Throughout the year, we have special fellowship hours such as Strawberry Sundays, Blueberry Sundays and even Sundae Sundays. We also enjoy many other opportunities for fellowship throughout the year.
Small Group Discussions
For those who wish to delve into the exploration of relevant topics as seen through our lenses of faith and spirituality, you are invited to participate in the Christian Perspectives program, offered on many Sundays following worship. These classes cover a wide range of biblical and contemporary topics, and are led by members of the congregation, the pastor, or outside speakers. These discussions are generally 45-60 minutes in length, with plenty of space and grace allowed for questions and spirited discussion. Upcoming topics are announced in the Worship Bulletin.