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5/20 - ELIJAH by Felix Mendelssohn

Sunday, May 20 - ELIJAH by Felix Mendelssohn

elijah mount carmelWe end the 2017-2018 season with our most adventurous spring concert-to-date. The DPC Chancel Choir, Orchestra, the Bucks County Ecumenical Choir, and four professional soloists will present Felix Mendelssohn’s exuberant masterwork ELIJAH. This piece tells the story of the prophet Elijah through powerful, moving, profound, and exciting music. With our sanctuary filled with over 150 musicians, this concert promises to offer a wonderful culmination to our 2017-2018 series.

Childcare provided, free-will offering, reception to follow.

Join us!

5/17. Senior Adult Ministry Lunch

owl photoJoin us for our Luncheon Series!
Bucks County Birds, May 17 (Sign up in the office by May 11). Lunch at 12:30 pm. Presentation at 1:10 pm.

Presented by Diane Allison. Join us to learn about birds that can be found in Bucks County in our fields, forests and backyards. Diane Allison will share information and photos of many of our local birds as well as their habitats and things you can do to help them be successful.


Community Protection Program Training

Community Protection Program logoWant to volunteer at VBS or in the church nursery this summer? You must be CPP trained ahead of time! 

Training sessions have been scheduled for the following dates:

Sunday, April 22, 9:45 am in the library
Sunday, May 20, 6-6:30 pm in the library
Sunday, June 10, 8:45 am in room 213

For further information about becoming certified to work with the youngest members of our church community, CLICK HERE or contact Kristen Roland, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


April & May - Adult Education Short Term Classes

Sundays AH-213

Where is "Away"? April 29-May 20

Peace and Justice sponsors a four-week series: Where is "Away"? A Theological Discussion of Waste and its Environmental Impacts. We will discuss how our 21st century disposable manner of living and our "out of sight, out of mind" approach to trash and recycling impacts the Earth and those around us.

April 29: What Does "Away" Look Like? Waste as a Window. Waste, like technology, is falsely assumed to be value neutral, and we are encouraged to forget about waste the moment it enters a trash receptacle. Recycling is viewed as the solution, but the commodification of recycling has encouraged increases in production while giving the impression of a closed loop. In this class we will discuss what ‘away’ looks like and how our view of trash impacts our understanding of the natural world.

May 6: Waste and Race. How minorities and the poor are disproportionately impacted through waste 

May 13: Waste and Consumption. What it means to view something as disposable and how we can become more faithful stewards 

May 20: Waste and Place. The impact of suburbia on waste and how to intentionally design places to reduce waste

Led by Greg Jensen, AH-213


4/27. Movies with a Message - Life with Father (1947)

Movies with Message April 27, 7 pm in the Celtic Cross Room

Set in 1883 New York City, it stars William Powell as Clarence Day, a stockbroker who tries to make his family run as efficiently as his Wall Street office, and Irene Dunne as his wife Vinnie, who is really in charge. When it is discovered that Clarence has never been baptized, Vinnie insists that he do so to ensure that they will be ruinted in heaven. Join us for this delightful family comedy. As usual, fresh popcorn will be served!


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