Welcome to Doylestown Presbyterian Church!

Now in our third century of worship and service, we strive to be a welcoming and diverse family of faith that together seeks to discern and embody the love we have received in Jesus Christ. Enjoy this time of discovering more about us. I hope that soon we will have the opportunity to learn more about you!

John M. Willingham, Pastor

DPC is seeking an Associate Pastor for Education and Family Ministries

March 10, 2021

Our congregation is seeking a self-reflective and flexible Associate Pastor with the passion and skill to strengthen our educational ministry for all ages.

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Easter in the Park Photo Gallery

April 7, 2021

Easter in the Park was a wonderful time to gather again in praise of Jesus and in celebration of His resurrection! Click here to view photos and a video recording of the service.

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Upcoming Events

April 18
Monthly Food Drive

The next Food Drive will be on Sunday, April 18, from 10:30 to 11:30 am under the bridge on Mechanics Street.

April 25
Outdoor Hymn Sing

Back by popular demand - we are excited to gather again in the churchyard for another outdoor hymn sing!

Ongoing
Covid-19 Vaccine Assistance

With the anticipated increased availability of the COVID-19 vaccine, our DPC COVID Response Team volunteers are available to provide transportation to and from vaccine appointments, should it be needed. As always, if you have other needs (such as grocery pick-up or tech help), volunteers are ready to assist.

DPC In Action

Easter in the Park Photo Gallery

April 7, 2021

Easter in the Park was a wonderful time to gather again in praise of Jesus and in celebration of His resurrection! Click here to view photos and a video recording of the service.

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Sunday Worship

Join us for our Livestream worship service available at 9:30 am every Sunday.

The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be offered on the following dates:
2021: January 17, February 21, April 1, April 4 (Easter Sunday), May 23, July 11 (Scottish Communion), August 22, October 3 (World Communion Sunday).

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