15 October 2013
New Member Class
Sunday, November 24th, 8:45 am t0 10:15 am.
Received into membership during that Sunday service.
Have you been looking for a church home? ASPC is a diverse and growing congregation in the heart of Center City Philadelphia. We are committed to growing in faith together and working together for a more just and compassionate Philadelphia. We would love to welcome you to be a part of this community of generous and hospitable Christian faith.
At these classes, you can hear about where this community has been and where we hope to go in the future. You will meet others who are interested in membership and deepening their connection with ASPC. You can ask questions and explore what membership might mean for you.
If you are interested in attending, please contact Pastor Bill Golderer at 215.563.3763 or at email@example.com
5 July 2013
We will hold a congregational meeting after worship on August 25th. Please mark your calendars and plan to join us!
1 May 2013
On May 6-14, our Pastor, Bill Golderer will join an official delegation of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) to visit with global ecumenical partners in Lebanon and Egypt. This delegation will express the prayerful solidarity of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) during a time of deep tension in that region that has resulted in the bombings of churches in Aleppo, Syria and strained relationships between Christian and Muslim neighbors in both countries.
Bringing a message of Christian solidarity, the delegation will:
• Meet with Christian leaders of the region to offer support and encouragement as they engage their neighbors.
• Seek a personal audience with the newly elected leader of the Orthodox Coptic Church, His Eminence Pope Tawadros II. In Egypt, both the historic Orthodox Coptic Church and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church of Egypt Synod of the Nile seek to continue faithful Gospel witness in a post-Mubarak regime.
For more information on Pope Tawadros II and Egypt’s Orthodox Coptic Church click here.
We send Bill with prayers for safe travels, for fruitful conversation, for words of wisdom, and for eyes to see the Spirit at work in the churches of Lebanon and Egypt.
4 February 2013
A Lenten Experience of Reflection and Worship
Wednesday Evenings, February 20 – March 20, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Journey with us through the Lenten season as we engage the questions: “How has God formed me for a specific purpose?” “How is God molding me to fulfill a unique role as a Christian disciple?” Our community will gather around a humble meal for a time of study, reflection, and worship. Join us as we discover how God is shaping our lives. If you have questions or would like to get involved, please contact Rev. Sudie Niesen Thompson: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-563-3763, ext. 25
Click here to read the devotional commentaries for each week’s scripture reading.
28 January 2013
Please join us January 29th at 6:00 pm for food and fellowship and get to know others in the ASPC community! Please contact Rev. Sudie Niesen Thompson with questions or to sign up to bring something, email@example.com
23 January 2013
“Anyone can be great, because anyone can serve” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Thank you to everyone who joined us this past Monday for our 3rd Annual MLK Day of Service! ASPC members, Arch Street Preschool teachers and students, and friends of our community came together to assemble over 200 breakfast packs for Aid for Friends. We had a wonderful time assembling these packs and making cards for those who will receive them. Thank you also to those who donated hygiene products for Broad Street Ministry; they will be put to good use! A special thanks to our Outreach Committee for organizing this event!
18 January 2013
Arch Street Presbyterian Church Gives Thanks for:
This Sunday! Sunday January 20th, 2013
Worship at 10:45 am
The Arch Street Presbyterian Church invites you to commemorate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. this Sunday.
Special music provided by the Westminster Jubilee Alumni Singers and the Arch Street Choir under the direction of J. Donald Dumpson.