Our men's group finished up our monthly trips to volunteer at Whosoever Gospel Mission this week (we will start again in September). We were able to give for the men a sizeable donation of iced tea, lemonade and coffee to get them through at least part of the summer.
We are very pleased that our building has been nominated in the inaugural nominees of the Chestnut Hill Architectural Hall of Fame. The Chestnut Hill Historical Society has started voting for the public on its web site at: http://www.chhist.org/ahof/index.htm CHBC
CHBC is now posting select sermons online. This message, "How Shall We Live?", is from October 26, 2014. It is part 3 of a series on life and death and the universe. Parts 1 and 2 are available in audio only. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IkqyrUKKi9g
A special series, October 12 through November 2014: A probing look into the timeless questions of life and certainties for what lies beyond. Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?... A six-part series of messages inspired by these questions posed of artist Gauguin in the late nineteenth century and the answers which lie within reach. Tolstoy [...]
The Chestnut Hill Historical Society, together with religious congregations in Chestnut Hill, are offering Houses of Worship in Chestnut Hill A series of lectures, tours and music at the various congregations, beginning in 2014. We are exciting to be a part of this series of events. CHBC will host the tour on Sunday, March 23, 2014 at [...]
Please join members of our congregation as we join some of our neighbors in a Chestnut Hill tradition, caroling at the creche on Monday, Dec. 23, at 7:30 p.m. The event is hosted outside of the Santander bank on Germantown Ave (adjacent to the church). Although it is not affiliated with our church (or any other [...]
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Join on Wednesday nights for a new Wednesday evening Bible study exposing the unseen connections throughout the old and new testaments. Pastor David Seip will lead us through "Seams, Themes, and Dreams" a study of the Bible's history, relevance, and continued significance. Our group study will begin on October 9, 2013. Meetings are an hour long, [...]