no matter who you are, or where you are on life's journey, you're welcome here
We welcome children of all ages in our services. "Busy Bags" and children's bulletins are available from the ushers. And for families who desire it, nursery care is available for preschool children during worship services.
We are wheel-chair accessible and air-conditioned.
Bring your favorite rake or shovel! Any amount of volunteer time is appreciated. Refreshments provided. Rain date, April 30th.
Swing dance Sunday, May 1, 8-10 pm. Music by the Royalaires. Donation $10. Dance lessons available 7-8 pm.
Vacation Bible Camp is right around the corner! This year our children will travel the world during our "He's Got the Whold World In His Hands" Sunday evening Bible camp program, July 10th through July 31st. Registration will open in May for children entering pre-school through fifth grades.
We are in need of Sunday School teachers! If you're interested in teaching (or helping) please sign up online. Signups for all rotations through the end of the current school year are here: 2016 rotations. Thank you!
See any of the Educators (Nikki, Angela, Becky, or Carolyn) with questions
All volunteers working with children under 18 years old are required to obtain the PA Child Abuse History Clearance, the PA Criminal Record Check, and possibly the FBI Criminal Background Check with fingerprinting.
Zwingli United Church of Christ, as a community blessed with a spirit of abundance and generosity, is called to:
Create a safe place to explore faith and worship, full of life, energy and enthusiasm.
Connect to the world through our local and global commitments, becoming stronger in our faith.
Celebrate all people as God's children, affirming each other's unique gifts.
With God's help, we are united in the Spirit, listening and preparing for God's work — embracing all possibilities.
Did you know that roughly 25% of the population has either diabetes, heart disease, food allergies or celiac disease? Zwingli will be joining up with the Garden of Health Allergy and Gluten Free Health Food Bank by holding monthly food drives for Keystone clients that have special dietary needs. Look for the box labeled Garden of Health in the coat room. Each month we will focus on a few different products for this special collection, in addition to the regular Keystone collection.
Click here for more information about Garden of Health.
Would you like to sponsor the flowers in the chancel or worship bulletins one Sunday morning? You'll find sponsorship forms on the bulletin board next to the church office.
Watch this video of the inspiring mission presentation in our worship service of March 13, 2015. We support One Great Hour of Sharing!
There's a bin in the back!
Recycle all of your newspaper, magazines, shopping catalogs, office and school papers and mail 24 hours/ 7 days a week right here in our green and yellow bin. You save water and energy by recycling .
Please put all of your magazines, mail, newspapers and office papers in the green and yellow bin in our parking lot, but do not include cardboard or phone books.
Your purchase of a GIANT Store or Landis Supermarket gift card from Zwingli church automatically gives the church 5%. Cards are available for purchase Sunday morning or through the church office during the week.
Zwingli participated in the Pennridge CROP walk this fall. View Jonathan's video of the 2014 CROP walk on our outreach page!
Adopt a Sunday morning to provide some goodies for our fellowship and coffee time after worship. Look for the signup sheet on the bulletin board near the coffee maker in the lobby.
We support the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House. Look for the donation container for beverage can tabs on the Missioners' table in the Atrium.
These pictures were taken by the Zwingli Youth Photography class as a way to understand that we may not always see things as they are...each picture is just a part of an item in Zwingli. Can you tell what the entire picture would be? We may only see a part of a person, item or activity around us. Stepping back and looking at a bigger picture could change our view of situations, people and experiences. At the same time, isn't it nice to see some of the detail in each item and person if you look closely?
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