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LIVE ONLINE SUNDAY SERVICE
Online Service is active via Zoom at 10am, on Sundays only, with Meeting ID: 826 4621 5510
We are happy to open our church to in-person services starting on May 23, 2021. COVID precautions will be in place. For those unable to join us in-person, we invite you to join our live church service via Zoom at 10am on Sundays. A video of our weekly sermon is available below. A full library of past services available here. Please email all prayer concerns to Rev. Dr. Lisa Farrell at email@example.com
Penn Wynne is a small, loving, and informal church. When you enter our doors you will find a sanctuary where Jesus is treasured, people are loved, and compassion is extended. We welcome people from all church backgrounds or none at all, including friends from all racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as members of the LGBTQIA and 12 Step communities. In our congregation we respect diversity, understanding that everyone arrives at different points at different times in their spiritual journey.
We are small but mighty. We are faithful and God-loving. We are many hearts walking together.
We are a small, intimate congregation. While our numbers aren't large, we are a diverse group. We believe everyone has a gift to be honored. At Penn Wynne Presbyterian you will find Small Groups that meet throughout the year, Teen Ministry, Sunday school, Music Ministry, Needlework Group, Support Groups, and more. Everyone has a place at PWPC. Join us on Sunday mornings at 10:00!
Everything that we do is centered on Jesus Christ, who is our Lord and Savior. We celebrate, affirm, and welcome the rich diversity of all of God’s people in our life.
Our mission in the world — our ministry — is the ministry of Christ. Just as Christ was called “to bring good news to the poor . . . to proclaim release to the captives and . . . to set the oppressed free” — Luke 4:18, so are we.
We love our community. In response to the recent increase in hate throughout our country, we began putting together community events as a medium for our neighborhood to get to know each other, embrace our differences, and live together in community and love.
We hope you will join us at our second annual Carols and Cocoa event on December 8, 2019.