Get to know our churches!
City Line Church is a diverse community drawing from a wide range of vocations, ethnicities, life stages, and religious backgrounds -- but what brings us all together is God’s invitation in Jesus Christ to come as we are. We meet on Sundays at 9:00 am at 404 Levering Mill Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004. More info at citylinechurch.net.
Cresheim Valley Church serves the Mount Airy/Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. Their services start at 10:25am in Epiphany Chapel at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.
Grace and Peace Community Church seeks to be an instrument of the grace and peace of Jesus through worship, fellowship, and service in South Philadelphia and beyond. Their services are at 10:30am on Sundays.
The Korean United Church of Philadelphia is a congregation that worships in the Korean language on Cheltenham Avenue.
Liberti Fairmount's mission is to live, speak and serve as the very presence of Jesus for the neighborhoods of Philadelphia near the art museum including Fairmount, Brewerytown, Francisville & Spring Garden. They meet at 9:15 am on Sundays.
The mission of New Life Glenside is to know Jesus Christ and make Him known in the city of Glenside, by being a worship community in which all are welcome. They meet at 9:00 and 10:45am on Sundays.
New Life Philadelphia is "a people of grace renewed to served our community and our world", and is located on Roosevelt Boulevard.
The vision of Northeast Community Church has three services held at the same time in English, Albanian and Chinese. They are located on Tyson Avenue in Northeast Philadelphia.
PBRC is a church that worships in the Chinese language and meets in the Wynnewood area.
Pilgrim Church is a congregation in the Wissahickon/Roxborough/Manayunk section of Philadelphia.
Renewal Presbyterian Church is located in West Philadelphia, close to University City in the Cedar Park neighborhood.
Rock of Israel is a Reformed, Messianic church in Northeast Philadelphia. Their worship services are Jewish in expression, reflecting the heritage God gave the children of Abraham, but first and foremost they are a community experiencing the Messiah's glory not just at worship services but in our everyday lives.
Tenth Presbyterian is located in Central Philadelphia at 17th and Spruce Streets, and their hope and vision for our city is the spread of the gospel of grace by announcing Jesus' finished work on the cross, his resurrection life, and present reign.
Third Reformed Presbyterian Church seeks to equip Christians to worship God in a biblical manner, to grow in knowledge and unity as the body of Christ, and to be the salt and light which holds forth the gospel of grace to the Parkwood Community, the city of Philadelphia, and the entire world.