Community Ministries

Pennridge Area CROP Walk (CWS)
Help stop hunger by supporting the Pennridge CROP WALK, organized by Church World Service (CWS) and sponsored by local churches of the Pennridge Ministerial Association. For over 22 years of service, CROP WALKS have helped to raise awareness and funds to fight hunger here and in over 80 countries around the world. We stop hunger by helping families in disasters and severe poverty situations. By building wells, providing farm tools and emergency food aid, we work towards a future when all people will be fed.


fishPennridge FISH (Fellowship in Serving Humanity)

Mission Statement

Pennridge FISH Organization is a non-profit organization created to serve the needs of the low income families in the Pennridge School District. It was organized by the Pennridge Ministerial Association of community churches.The "Emergency Food Asistance Program" (TEFAP) supported by the Bucks County Opportunity Council, Inc., defines the income guidelines for low income families based on income and family size. Pennridge FISH Organization uses the guidelines defined by TEFAP. History FISH began in Oxford, England in 1961 and was started in the United States in 1964 by an Episcopal priest, Rev. Robert Lee Howell.

"The FISH" is a group of Christian people who want to show their love and concern through action. Our sole purpose is to offer a helping hand to those who experience day to day problems and don't know where to turn for help. A volunteer need not worry that he will be asked to serve beyond his ability or desire. From the earliest times the fish has been the symbol of Christianity. The Greek word for fish is an Ichtus acrostic that means, "Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior". In the early Church, especially during the time of the Roman persecution, to draw a fish in the sand was to reveal one's identity as a Christian. When Christ called Peter and Andrew He said, "Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men".

MOWBCEstablished in 1972, Meals on Wheels of Central Bucks County supplies and delivers nutritious meals to community members who are seniors, handicapped, convalescent, or otherwise challenged to prepare their own meals in the short or long term. To date, over 1 million meals have been delivered, allowing countless individuals to remain in their own homes when they otherwise couldn’t have. Supported by a dedicated team of volunteers, hot and cold meals are assembled and delivered five days a week. This effort is coordinated by a part-time staff of two, and overseen by a board of directors with ten members. A 501©3 non-profit organization, Meals on Wheels of Bucks County does not receive any governmental support.

sole4soulsDon't throw away those old shoes! The Mission Team sponsors periodic shoe drives for Soles4Souls. Founded in 2004, Soles4Souls is a global not-for-profit institution dedicated to fighting the devastating impact and perpetuation of poverty through the distribution of shoes and clothing. They will accept shoes in any condition, and will even accept single shoes! For more information, click on Soles4Souls.

holy joesCoffee may be an unlikely ally of the Gospel yet in the hands of a chaplain it can enable meaningful ministry. By offering a place to come, relax, and talk with chaplains, the “Coffee House and Café Ministries” provide our military personnel with a place where they can be emotionally and spiritually renewed and have a moment of peace as well as a cup of gourmet coffee. It opens doors to communication and allows troops to begin to heal their concerns and relieve their burdens related to the home front or their deployment.
Upper Bucks Code Blue The Upper Bucks Code Blue Shelter provides warm shelter for our homeless neighbors in Upper Bucks County during times of life-threatening cold weather (temperature or wind chill of 26 degrees F or below) between December 1 and March 31. Churches and other volunteer agencies in Quakertown, Pennridge and Palisades School Districts partnered to provide this ministry.
lordspantryThe Lord's Pantry of Downingtown is a volunteer organization serving hundreds of registered families. We provide an eight to nine day supply of food which includes non-perishables, meat selections, fresh vegetables and dairy products. We also recognize that our families need paper products and personal care items, and therefore, we encourage donations of these items in order for us to supply them to the families.
Shamrock Reins is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) Charitable Organization formed February 10, 2014 to provide Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies for Veterans, Active Duty & Reserve Service Members, First Responders, their Families, and the Families of Fallen Heroes.
Solomon's Turkey Supper Last Saturday of September, since 1955.
Worship Sunday morning­ Second Sunday in September through the first Sunday in June, 10:30 a.m., with Adult Faith Formation Sunday morning 9:00-10:00.
Summer Worship Sunday morning­ Second Sunday in June through the first Sunday of September 9:20 a.m. 
"Come as a visitor, leave as a friend."