Gather

A church isn’t just a building, it’s a body of believers who talk, laugh, eat, serve and support each other through the ups and downs of life. Check out the many different ways we offer to do just that!

 

Sunday Morning Bible Study

Sunday Morning Bible Study meets at 9:30 am in room 10.  We study the Bible verse by verse, often with discussion about particular situations. There is no time limit to our weekly studies, as we follow the path on which the Lord leads us.

Dick Weber,  215-584-5507  webernancy@hotmail.com
 

Wesley Class

Wesley is an adult Sunday School class that meets every Sunday year round at 9:30 am in Room 2. There are nine teachers, each leading the class for one month.  The first 15 minutes are spent in fellowship followed by 45 minutes of class study and discussion.  We close with prayer concerns and The Lord’s Prayer.  Wesley attendees have one social / fellowship event each month.   Participants range in age from the 40s to the 90s, with high school and college students occasionally sitting in.  Everyone is welcome!

Russ Durbin, 215-348-7130 russdurb@verizon.net
 

Book Discussion Group

The Book Discussion Group reads and discusses books that, while not overtly Christian, offer insight into the world as it exists. This helps us understand how to follow the teachings of Jesus in that world. In choosing titles, we attempt to include selections from diverse cultures, different points of view, and a variety of time periods. We welcome new members and are always open to suggestions for good books.
We typically meet on the fourth Sunday at 7:00 pm in the home of Kathy Kugel (near DUMC).
Judy Coleman, 215-345-0797  jcoleman40@verizon.net 
 

Dinner Groups

Dinner Groups are small groups of eight that meet in each other’s homes for casual dinners throughout the year. The host home provides the entree with the other participants providing the appetizers, salad and dessert. The dinner group provides an excellent opportunity for both discipleship and fellowship. A dinner every couple of months ensures that each participant/couple has the opportunity to host during the year. Any church members, including new members, are most welcome to join.
Katie Westerbeck, 215-794-2816  Katielouise.dawson@gmail.com
 

Flying Solo

The Flying Solo Group is a social group for single, widowed and divorced women who want the activity and fellowship offered by a group of like women. We meet once or twice per month at the church to share lunch and play dominoes.  This is usually after attending Pastor Mike’s Wednesday morning Bible study.  When possible we may go to lunch and attend a movie.  Since some no longer drive this is becoming less frequent. We also help and support each other whenever needed. Small outreach projects such as Mother’s Day bags for the residents of A Woman’s Place have been done by the group. If you would like to discuss joining us and planning an activity, please call the above phone number and speak with Myrt.  We welcome anyone who would like to join us. Myrt Schwebel, 267-261-1183 knittingmummum@gmail.com

 

Pins and Needles

If you enjoy knitting and other needle crafts, this group is for you! We meet at the church to work on our projects and have fellowship with one another. Please feel free to join us whenever you are able. Beginners welcome!
We meet on Fridays from 9:30 – 11:30 am
Kathy Kugel, 215-345-9079  kakugel@verizon.net 

 

Lenten Soup Suppers

Each year we host a series of Soup Suppers during Lent. Beginning with Ash Wednesday and continuing for the following five weeks, we gather for a simple meal of soup and bread, then join together in the Sanctuary for worship. It takes the help of many volunteers to make this happen by providing pots of soup, helping with the set up, serving, or cleaning-up. All church members and friends are invited to join us as we prepare our hearts and minds for the Easter season.
Supper: Wednesdays during Lent, 6:15 pm
Service: After the Soup Supper: 7:15 pm, Nursery care is provided during the service.
Church office, 215-348-5224