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We are a welcoming congregation that seeks to cultivate disciples of Jesus Christ in a community of learning, healing and sharing. Located in the heart of Flourtown, at the intersection of Bethlehem Pike and East Mill Road, we are rich in history and we are boldly forging our future for which we know God is preparing us. Our congregation believes in the importance of family; commitment to our neighborhood and world through mission; and nurturing spiritual values through our ministries of worship, education, and fellowship. Read more...
What's Happening at Flourtown Pres.Weekly Worship: A service of worship meets in person and streams on Sunday mornings at 10:00 am. Worshippers are asked to wear a mask inside the building.
Fall Fire Festival: Join us on the church grounds – outside - at First Presbyterian Church in Springfield on Friday evening, October 29, at 7:30 PM for a fun social evening gathered around a few fire pits. Bring a beverage (non-alcoholic, please) and some snacks to share with fellow “socializers”. Bring your own lawn chair, pull it up close to the fire, and enjoy an evening of fellowship! We will stoke up the fire pits, toast some S’Mores, and tell stories about both ancient and modern Halloween traditions, and the role of bonfires in celebrating the Fall season.Worship Livestream: is accessible to all, at any time, via the "Livestreams" tab at the top of this homepage. The service is also broadcast on the church Facebook page (Facebook.com/Flourtownpres, or search Pages for First Presbyterian Church in Springfield). The links to the worship bulletins are posted above on this page. Virtual worshippers may share prayer requests to be lifted up during joys and concerns by emailing Pastor Diane prior to Sunday morning: firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling the church office 215-233-3223.
Employment Opportunity - Music Director postion: First Presbyterian Church in Springfield, Flourtown is immediately seeking an interim Music Director through January 2022. The Music Director works effectively with the pastor, as head of staff, to coordinate music and musicians for worship services and will provide the piano and/or organ accompaniment for those services. The Interim Music Director will also plan and coordinate special music, including guest musicians, for Advent and Christmas worship services. Experience rehearsing and conducting a choir and experience conducting a handbell choir are desirable talents. Excellent piano skills are a requirement; organ skills are desirable. Salary is based upon experience. The Interim Music Director will be eligible to apply for the permanent parttime position. To apply, send letter of interest with resumé, including references, to Linda Phelps, Chair of Personnel at PersonnelChair@flourtownpres.org.Church Counters Needed - Counters work in teams of two to gather and count donations and carry out a bank deposit. A typical counting session normally takes less than 30 minutes and is performed after Sunday service. Sign up HERE to volunteer as a Church Counter.
Prayer requests and pastoral/deacon outreach - please call the church office 215-233-3223 or email Pastor Diane: djfitch@ flourtownpres.org to submit prayer requests or share a need for pastoral/deacon outreach.
Plastic Grocery Bags Wanted: Here is your chance to get rid of all those pesky plastic grocery bags! Whosoever Gospel Mission has a constant need for bags for their thrift store. We will now be collecting bags as part of our Sharing Cupboard - please leave your donated bags on the bottom shelves of the cupboard (and don't forget to bring a few cans in with them as well!)
Don't forget the Sharing Cupboard! Canned and packaged food items are desperately needed each week, especially during the summer months. Your contributions are much appreciated and always delivered to Germantown Ave. Crisis Ministry on Tuesdays. The community is welcome to drop off food donations on Sunday mornings between 9 am and noon, and most Monday-Thursday evenings from 7:30 - 8:30.
Ongoing Weekly Events:
Bell Choir rehearsal: Thursdays 6:30 - 7:30 pm - resuming September 9th
Chancel Choir rehearsal: Thursdays 7:30 - 9:00 pm - resuming September 9th
Senior Luncheon: Fridays 11:30 am - 1:00 pm - on Covid hiatus
Presbyterian Women Circle 1: 2nd Thursday of the month, Room 101, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm or via Zoom
Presbyterian Women Circle 3: 2nd Tuesday of the month, Room 101, 7:30 - 8:30 pm or via Zoom
Sunday Morning Schedule
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