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First Church is a giving & receiving community of faith. We affirm that the earth and all its people belong to God. We seek to grow in Christ. We are inspired by the Holy Spirit:

to worship God
to provide a safe place
to offer hope and support
to welcome strangers and
to serve others.


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Church Development Meeting

The Church Development Team has decided to focus its efforts this rotation on the Visitor Experience. One sub-committee is working on improving the appearance, functionality and feeling of welcome in the Narthex.   On Sunday, January 31 at 11:35AM (After Sunday School & Adult Choir Practice) in the Narthex, the Church Development Team will be holding a meeting to discuss […]

Sunday School Cancelled for Sunday 1/24/16

Sunday school classes have been cancelled for this Sunday. Be safe and enjoy your weekend. See you next Sunday. For information about inclement weather service cancellations: Call First Church 215-536-4447 or check www.WFMZ.com


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4 days ago

Ash Wednesday. The beginning of Lent. What is that?

Today, you may see people walking around with the sign of the cross on their forehead. This sign is made from ashes from the person attending an "Ash Wednesday" service, or mass.

The Ash Wednesday service is one where we are reminded of both our sinfulness/brokenness before God, as well as of our own mortality.

As the ashes are rubbed onto a persons forehead in the shape of a cross, the pastor, or administer, usually will utter "From dust you came, and to dust you shall return", or simply say "In the name of the Father, the Son, and The Holy Spirit"..

Together, as a church, we come together to express our brokenness, and need for a savior.

Together, as a church, we come together to reflect upon how our lives would end at our deaths, if it were not for Christ.

Together, as a church, we affirm that Hope exists, and we look forward to celebrating the confirmation of hope, our faith, and our salvation in celebrating Jesus Christ's Resurrection on Easter.

And so, lent is not merely supposed to be a time to give up things for the sake of a diet, or to do a ritual; lent is meant to sober our hearts and minds as we consider just how AMAZING the resurrection is, and just MUCH Jesus has saved us from.

For more about lent, Read: http://www.relevantmagazine.com/god/church/why-all-christians-should-observe-lent
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4 days ago

Join Us Tonight at 7:30 as we begin our Lenten Journey together.

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