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
Celebrate the Arts Spring Concert
DPC’s Chancel Choir, Orchestra, and the Bucks County Ecumenical Choir will present Dan Forrest’s, “Requiem for the Living.”
Growth Group Registration is now open!
Growth Groups bring people together based on similar needs, stages in life, or other common interests to grow spiritually and develop a support network based on their faith.
Memorial Day - Volunteers Needed!
This special gathering is not possible without YOU! We are putting out a call for anyone who may be interested in volunteering by donating snacks or helping to prepare, serve, or set up for the event.
Join us for our Livestream worship service available at 9:30 am every Sunday. We are located in the beautiful, historic town of Doylestown at 127 East Court Street, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901.
Music + Arts
Making a Joyful Noise! The Music Ministry seeks to meet the spiritual needs of the congregation and community by glorifying God with voice
Children + Families
Children at every level experience the love of Jesus in their teachers, build friendships, and explore the teachings of scripture through hands-on activities and application.
Tweens + Teens + College
In a welcoming and supportive community, the DPC Tweens and Teens Ministry strives to nurture meaningful relationships with Christ and one another, while cultivating a lifelong exploration of faith and servant leadership.
We offer a wide variety of classes, discussion groups, activities, and opportunities to support one another.
DPC In Action
Holocaust Survivor Daniel Goldsmith Shares His Story
May 9, 2022
On May 8, Holocaust survivor Daniel Goldsmith shared his experiences as a Jewish boy in Belgium with those who attended the second class in DPC’s Holocaust Series.
We offer in-person Sunday worship in the Sanctuary at 8:30 am or 10:30 am and on our Livestream available during the later service and later as a recording each week.
The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be offered on the following dates:
2022: January 23, March 6, April 14, April 17, and July 17 (Scottish Communion, and August 28.