Camp Noah provides a safe, caring and fun environment where children whose communities have been impacted by disasters can help to process their disaster or trauma. Using proven curriculum designed to Build Resiliency, Restore Hope and Change Lives. A Camp Noah will take place August 13-17 at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Reading for children […]
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This weekend at South Mountain YMCA camp 60 youth and chaperones joined for a spiritually enriching Spring Youth Event. The youth planning committee centered the event on the theme “I am..” taking Galatians 3:26-28 and the movie Divergent to help us discover the many qualities and personality traits that make us one in Christ. Attendees […]
This story is from United Church of Christ News. Written by Connie Larkman and posted on March 13. The story features St. James UCC, Havertown. A ‘small but mighty’ Pennsylvania congregation is showing love to its neighbors young and old, by going to the dogs. Using pet therapy, St. James United Church of Christ […]
On Saturday, March 17, the Conference Consistory approved the Conference’s membership in the Greater Philadelphia Long Term Recovery Committee. The purpose of the GPLTRC is to help residents of Puerto Rico who’ve relocated to the Philadelphia area (whether temporarily or permanently) as a result of Hurricane Maria devastating the island in September 2017. Many of […]
This story is from United Church of Christ News. Written by Connie Larkman and posted on March 9. The story features Love in Action UCC (previously “United Church of Christ Warminster”). A Philadelphia-area church and one of its members will soon be featured on a national video program that has been giving a voice […]
Since Hurricane Maria devastated the Caribbean in late September 2017, hundreds of people have self- evacuated to Pennsylvania. From the PA Department of Education, we know that as of December 2017, nearly 1,900 displaced students from US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico are enrolled in Pennsylvania schools. Many of these families are in need of […]
The PSEC Disaster Coordinator, Rev. Karl Jones Jr., has several valuable resources to share with conferences churches and leaders. Please check out these recommended resources: Learn how to help in emergencies Life-threatening emergencies can happen fast. Emergency responders aren’t always nearby. You may be able to save a life by taking simple actions immediately. Click […]
Congratulations to the United Church of Christ’s newest Open and Affirming (ONA) congregation — Trinity Reformed Church, United Church of Christ in Collegeville — and pastor, Rev. Dr. Martha Kriebel. On December 10, a congregational vote was held by ballot in worship, with 109 people voting. The decision to adopt the ONA Covenant was unanimous! […]
Nativity scenes pop up everywhere this time of year. Most are static depictions of the array of characters who attended the birth of Jesus. Living Hope Community Church in Perkasie stages an impressive re-enactment featuring live people and critters. It comes complete with a traffic jam on Route 313 that would’ve flabbergasted the original Holy […]
Congratulations to Rev. Chandra Soans, pastor of Grace Trinity UCC in Philadelphia, PA who, along with congregation leaders and community partners dedicated the new Soans Christian Academy Sunday, December 3 in northeast Philadelphia. Members of the Grace-Trinity consistory named the academy to honor their pastor and his family for the many tireless years of […]