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"Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be known to God." (Phil.4:6)
We are a small, friendly congregation located in Springfield, Pennsylvania that has become a faith home to a wide variety of people. We are committed to responding to God's call. Whether you are a life-long Christian or someone who is seeking meaning and faith in your life, you are welcome here! This is a church with an open door, where you can find companionship on life's journey, rest when you are weary, challenge when you are ready for adventure, and work worth doing as we serve God together. We do our best to live out our mission statement:
We nurture faith in God,
rejoice in God's presence,
accept one another as God's children,
serve our neighbor in Christ's name.
Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy a movie under the stars at Princeton on Saturday, August 16 at 7:30 p.m. Movie to be announced - it will be one that can be enjoyed by all ages! Just come yourself or bring neighbors, kids and grandkids for a fun, free and different night out. Light refreshments will be provided.
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 - Bible Study resumes! Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
Sunday, September 28, 2014 - Children's Sunday School resumes! Children attend the first part of worship, then leave for Sunday School. We are looking forward to a new year of growing in faith!
Wednesday, October 1, 2014 - Bible Study resumes! Wednesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
Sitting in the Judgement Seat
The summer study of the sermon on the mount continues. This sermon focuses on Matthew 7:1-12. Rev. McShane reflects on what judgement means in the context of the scripture and how we should try and follow God's judgement instead of our own. (8/12/2014)
This sermon expands on Jesus' teaching on worry. (8/5/2014)
Religious But Not Spiritual
A continuation of the summer Sermon on the Mount series. This sermon addresses the problem of being outwardly religious but spiritually lacking. (7/29/2014)
The Law of Love
It is easy to say that you love your neighbor but tremendously hard to do. Jesus takes that one step further and tells us to love our enemies, which feels nearly impossible to comprehend. Rev. McShane gives guidance on how to effectively follow Jesus' second most important law. This is more than a sermon about how love is a wonderful thing. Rev. McShane looks at the difficulty in trying to love that which you hate. (7/22/2014)