United Church of Christ

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No matter who you are or where you are on life's journey, you are welcome here!

Service Times

Sunday Morning Worship: 

9:30 a.m. - In-person alternating between Calvary U.C.C. and Pennsburg U.C.C. Please see the calendar under Events for the location. 


Worship is also available via Zoom:: or, call this number: 1-929-205-6099 and enter the Meeting ID: 328 526 4749

Our Location

775 Main Street

Pennsburg, PA 18073

Ph. 215-679-7513

About Us

We are a welcoming congregation that celebrates and shares God's unconditional love with each other, our community, and the world.

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you. Feel free to give us a shout and connect with us.

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"We are the Lord's people, the sheep of the Lord's pasture; enter the Lord's gates with Thanksgiving; enter into the Lord's gates with Praise."   - Psalm 100


Thanksgiving - the often forgot about holiday (holy-day), except for the baking of turkeys, hams, potatoes, pie, etc.  Halloween now annually garners $10 Billion in commercial spending by American Consumers.  Christmas - at least the commercial end of Christmas - even more.  Costumes, decorations, food, travel, vacations.  How and where does God fit into all of that? We can't be too critical of those who are unchurched or who don't have a relationship with God as we do in the Church, because, well, they don't - have a relationship with God. That's not judgmental - it's just what it is.


But we, the Church, do have a responsibility to God, and to be thankful, praising, and joyful.  That is not only a choice, but it is an expectation that God laid at the foot of God's people in both the Old and New Testaments.  There are many Psalms with thanksgiving and praise - and not just when things are going well.  

The Psalmist is candid about hard times, difficult decisions to be made, and even persecutions for being God's people.  The Gospels and Epistles have their verses of "Thanksgiving Encouragement", too.


We cannot and should not, in my opinion, relegate Thanksgiving to just a national holiday, although it has some significance in that regard. And we should not condition our thanks only upon how we are feeling at the moment, or if life is good verses bad.  Our thanksgiving to God and for God is not conditional, except upon the fact of Christ's crucifixion and resurrection, and how those events have eternally shaped our lives in this world and for the next (heaven and salvation).  Our thanksgiving to God needs to be consistent, regardless of our situation in this life.  Because, "for this life only", is not the only life we share or will share with God.


Even through disappointment, hurt, anger, depression, and other sorrows...can we not muster enough faith to give God thanks?  I believe we can. I believe we should.  There is a long track record of faithful people who have gone before us who have done just that.  Thanked God daily for not only the blessings of life, but the challenges in life that test our faith, but which can also strengthen our faith and faithfulness.


Be thankful, yes, and hopefully share some time in person, on the phone, virtually - however - with family and or friends.  But remember that God is at the center of even those occasions and events. We have been invited by God to join the Kingdom, and we are part of the Kingdom through grace, mercy, faith, and love.  Now that's something to be thankful about all the time - not just on one day of one month out of the year!


Blessed Thanksgiving!

Pastor Dave


Celebrating and sharing God's unconditional love.



Our worship celebrates God's love, proclaims the Good News of Christ, and sends us out into the world to minister in Jesus' name.


Sunday School

Sunday School has returned for children Ages 2 thru 5th Grade.  It will be held on Sunday's when worship is at Pennsburg UCC.  There will not be Sunday School if worship is at Calvary UCC.  


Monday Meals

We host meals on the 1st Monday of each month for any member of the community. Meals are provided by a variety of local churches and organizations.


The July 11th meal is being served by  St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The menu is: Pulled chicken bbq (gluten free) - with a bun for a sandwich, Cole slaw, Applesauce, and Cookies for dessert.  



Youth Group

Once a month, children in 1st thru 12th grade are invited to attend Youth Group. 


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First Monday Meal!


On Monday, July 11th from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m., St. Paul's Lutheran Church will be serving a drive-thru First Monday Meal in our church parking lot. The meal is free, and safe social distancing practices will be followed! Check the Monday Meal page for menu.




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