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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.

Our Mission


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 held in-person at 8:00 am & 10:30 am in the Sanctuary.  Live Streamed service begin at 10:30 am (use link at top of page).  


First Monday Meals

Beginning January 2023, New Goshenhoppen will become a second location serving First Monday Meals to the community. 


Please join us for a 'to go' style meal:  January 9, February 6, March 6, April 3, May 1, June 5, July 10, August 7, September 11, October 2, November 7, December 4. 

Meals are served from 6 pm until the last meal is served or 7:30pm.  Menus for each meal will be posted closer to the meal date. 


We are looking for organizations or groups (families, friends, etc.) to host a meal.

If you or someone you know may be interested in this mission or to get more details about this service, please have them contact Lori Horning at  for more details.



The Reformation Sister Congregations will be hosting Wednesday Evening Lenten Worship beginning at 7:00 p.m. with the following schedule:

March 1st – St. Mark’s Lutheran, Pennsburg
March 8th – Pennsburg UCC
March 15th – Palm Schwenkfelder
March 22 – St. John’s Lutheran Church, Sumneytown
March 29 – New Goshenhoppen Church, East Greenville


Returning this year following evening worship is a fellowship time to enjoy sharing with our friends.

Senior Pastor's Ponderings...
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A pastor said a couple of years ago that stopped me in my mental tracks: The world offers promises full of emptiness. But Easter offers emptiness full of promise.


Now, pause, go back, and read that sentence above once again. . .

All of the “empties” of Easter include – Empty Cross, Empty Grave-Clothes, Empty Tomb – all full of promise. Easter is the exact opposite of the way of the world. Easter is talking about dying in order to live.

What is it about God that makes him so...

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