Although our community has entered the “Green” phase as we attempt to recover from the Coronavirus outbreak, we know that this pandemic is far from over.
And we know many are still in need of various forms of help. DPC’s COVID-19 Response team and its many volunteers remain at the ready to provide care and assistance..
Our process is simple!
If you have an emerging need as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, please complete our online Care Needed Form.
If you are interested in volunteering, please complete our online Volunteer Form. We offer a variety of different ways to assist.
If you are unable to use the online forms, please call the church office at 215-348-3531, leave a message, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Messages are checked several times a day, Monday through Friday.
We are deeply blessed to be part of a congregation of believers who – even during life’s most uncertain times – strive to be a Bridge for Christ and a Beacon of His Love. Thank you and stay safe.
Worship Services will be posted each Sunday morning. Click the above photo to watch this week's service or click Past Videos to access all of our YouTube content.
Permission to stream the music in these services obtained from One License with license #A-726819.
Doylestown Presbyterian Church is pleased to offer the option of online Electronic Giving
In the video below, Pastor John Willingham offers some important information about what Bucks County's "Green" Status means for the church.
While we are excited to be moving forward, we are taking a slow and careful approach to keep our staff, members, and friends safe.
In an effort help foster change in our country and community - and as Pastor John Willingham's ongoing discussion gatherings have generated great interest - DPC is offering two additional opportunities for discourse on race relations.
Parents – DPC is giving you a really simple set of ideas and resources we are calling at-home Vacation Bible School. This is not meant to be “class” time with your children, but rather some short ways to help them explore issues of compassion – such as being welcoming, or brave, or loving of themselves or others, and how accepting God helps us have a fresh start. These aspects of compassion come up regularly in their lives. So delve into the Compassion Camp bucket for resources and have some conversation with your children.