Welcome

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.  

Services

 

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. 

Announcements

Wednesday Lenten Services

Lent begins with Ash Wednesday. The date of this special day this year is February 17th. In contrast to recent practice however, the location of the service schedule will reflect a plan similar to our Sunday morning services, with one service set to take place online in the evening.

 

Unfortunately, we'll have to wait until next year to come together for the daytime Ash Wednesday service.

The leadership of New Goshenhoppen Church expects to take part in Lenten services with other churches in the Upper Perkiomen community as listed below, but with a plan based on the need for social distancing. Please plan to refer to the Sunday morning worship bulletin for more information. Churches involved in planning for Wednesday night Lenten services:

  •  Friedens United Church of Christ in Sumneytown

  •  New Goshenhoppen United Church of Christ

  •  Palm Schwenkfelder Church

  •  Pennsburg United Church of Christ

  •  St. John's Lutheran Church in Sumneytown

  •  St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Pennsburg

  • St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Red Hill

View from the Pulpit...

Might the New Year be new and improved over what we had come to accept and live in the old year? We’ll see!

 

With the conclusion of Christmas, Epiphany arrived on January 6 and with it a difference this year in our secular life beyond the ongoing pandemic problem: chaos in our nation’s capital, in the actual capitol building itself. News of this has been very upsetting, but in the midst of it all I harken to the words of Harry Emerson Fosdick’s hymn:

God of grace, and God of Glory, on thy people pour thy power

Crown thine ancient church’s story; bring her bud to glorious flower 

Grant us wisdom; grant us courage, for the facing of this hour

That hymn has been of support to...

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