Rev. Pam McShane, Pastor
John E. Kampmeyer, Jr. Music Director

Post your requests on our Prayer Page so we can pray with you and for you.

"Do not worry about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be known to God." (Phil.4:6)

Sunday Worship
January - June: 9:30 am
July - December: 11:00 am
We are located in Delaware County at 933 Baltimore Pike, Springfield, PA, 19064 (next to Bertucci's). For detailed directions look us up on Google Maps.

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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:







Princeton Presbyterian Church reaches out to all to share God's gift of love in Jesus Christ.
We nurture faith in God,
rejoice in God's presence,
accept one another as God's children,
serve our neighbor in Christ's name.


We hope you will join us on Christ's way.
The Rev. Pam McShane, Pastor

2014 Advent Devotional
We have copies of an Advent Devotional in the church lobby.  Please pick up your copy.  If you would like to be added to a daily email devotional from Rev. Pam McShane please email us at May you be blessed on your Advent journey!
Sunday School
Sunday, December 21, 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!

Birthday Party for Jesus
Sunday, December 21, 2014 - BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR JESUS On Sunday, December 21, the Sunday school children at Princeton will be having a birthday party for Jesus. To help celebrate (and for something fun), kids are encouraged to come to church in their PJ's that week. They'll talk about Jesus' birthday, and prepare a party for everyone else as they are in charge of Fellowship Hour that week. Even Jesus (or especially Jesus) deserves a party. Come help celebrate the birth of the newborn king.

Longest Night Worship
Monday, December 22, 2014 - The Longest Night Service will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, December 22 at Princeton. In a beautiful, simple service with silence, song and prayer, God meets us in our pain, offers healing and leads us from darkness into light


Reasons to Rejoice

World Communion Sunday

Being of One Mind
9/21/2014 (10/6/2014)

Is It Worth It
9/14/2014 (9/21/2014)


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