More ways to connect.

Here’s some events that are coming up. We have a living, active community that hosts and puts on numerous events, ranging from compassionate to entertaining. Scroll below to check out what’s coming up.

February 22:
Old Testament Overview Day

3800 Marlton Pike
Pennsauken, Twp 08110



Ben White hosts our annual review of the Old Testament in the Bible. It will have enough stimulation for people who have some knowledge already, but is especially designed for people who need to get the basics down. The day is designed to have the feeling of a retreat, not just a class. Free! But you must sign up by February 11 to come. $5 donation for simple lunch if you don’t bring your own.

February 22:
Approaching Spiritual Doom – MLK and America’s War Addiction

2007 Frankford Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19125


In his speech ‘Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break Silence’, Martin Luther King Jr. prophetically declared that “A nation that continues year after year to spend more money on military defense than on programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual doom.” Fifty-three years later, funding for America’s war machine dwarfs spending on any other single dept. and its entitlement to these resources is largely unquestioned.

We will be exploring these questions by remembering and meditating on the prophetic tradition handed down to us by those who fought for peace. A presentation of the speech “Beyond Vietnam: A time to break Silence” will be followed by a brief discussion and an opportunity to educate ourselves further on the current state of the USA’s military spending. Refreshments will be provided.

February 26:
Ash Wednesday

Locations Below


One of the great things about this inaugural day of Lent is that the ceremony came to include wearing ashes. There are many levels to the symbol. You can enter it on whatever level you choose and give it the meaning it needs to have for you. But it mainly has the two movements of the truest story: 1) It is about grieving the distance between you and God. 2) It is about waking up to the closeness of Christ in letting his light shine on you.

Locations for Ash Wednesday:

  • 2212 S Broad St
  • 2007 Frankford Ave
  • 3800 Marlton Pike
  • 29 W Tulpehocken St

February 29:
Color of Compromise

2212 S. Broad St.


An opportunity to finish Black History Month by diving into and strategizing out of the ways in which the church is implicated in upholding systemic racism. Snacks and lunch will be provided. The workshop will involve internal introspective, small group work, and body movement. We will be working with the book “The Color of Compromise” by Jemar Tisby. Reading the book or listening to the audio book is HIGHLY suggested.

March 7:
Lent Day Retreat

8:30am to 2:00pm
3800 Marlton Pike
Pennsauken, NJ 08110


Lent is a perfect time to learn new and refresh old spiritual disciplines. This day is an introduction to the season of Lent, contemplative prayer, journaling, and mutual discernment for those who are new to them. For more experienced people, it is a lovely day to be quiet and return to a place of focus as we enter into this great time of the year.

March 8:
Move Through the Pain

7:30pm to 9:00pm
1125 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147


This is our first offering this year—no need to be religious or connected to come. We want to share our hope for healing and love in a painful time. You may be experiencing darkness in painful ways, as we all are in some way. Come for rest and hope—no admission charge, no strings attached.

March 21:
Free Baby and Kids Goods eXchange

10:00am to 12:00pm
3800 Marlton Pike
Pennsauken, NJ 08110

We hope to bring our communities together to share resources and get necessary kid/baby stuff to families that need them. This is always a free event. Bring items to share if you can, but don’t stay away if you have nothing to share.

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