Service @ 10:30 am
Building Impr. & Maint.
New Gosh is a combination of human beings who live & work, who love & suffer, who worry & hope. No two people are alike. The one thing we hold in common is our faith in Jesus Christ.
New Goshenhoppen lives as a firm foundation for the Christian faith and shall continue to serve God by sharing the light, faith, and love of Jesus Christ with all people guided by the power of the Holy Spirit.
Music & Worship
Our church has a number of opportunities to lift praises to the Lord. Sing in our Senior and Youth Choir groups. Play an instrument? Join our Brass or Bell Choirs.
Sunday services are currently held online via Live Stream Stream at 10:30 am (use link at top of page). Sunday School begins at 9 am held via Zoom.
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Holy Communion Schedule
Holy Communion Schedule during the Church seasons of Advent and EpiphanyNew Goshenhoppen Church looks forward to celebrating the sacrament of Holy Communion in the coming months. Communion is planned for the First Sunday of Epiphany, January 10, 2021
Holy Communion in recent months has been celebrated only during the live streamed worship services broadcast by way of the internet.
Those who were joining in worship that way had personally chosen how the elements would be prepared in the privacy of their own homes. That will continue during the live streamed services.
View from the Pulpit...
Friends, this is not what we would have wanted, but the Coronavirus didn’t ask. We’ve missed Easter together. And so much of summer (and spring and fall), too. The Strawberry Festival, Park Supper, and Pig Roast. All kinds of committee meetings, activities, and visitations.
That is just a small list, and only within our faith community of New Goshenhoppen Church. When one thinks of all those who are part of this congregation, there is a whole variety of pursuits beyond the faith commitments in our lives, which have been altered, postponed, cancelled, moved, downsized, or irrevocably changed. We keep hearing the word “unprecedented.” We hear and use the phrase “maybe next year,” and it doesn’t have anything to do this time with some underperforming sports team.