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Welcome to a new year of grace! The church keeps the year in God’s time: the liturgical day begins at sundown (from creation, Genesis 1:5) flows from the two great events of faith, the birth of Christ, and Easter. The year begins with Advent, as the church prepares for the birth of the Messiah and wends its way through a year of faith stories, acts of redemption and restoration, miracles, song, lament and love.


Blue, purple and rose color Advent. Purple (symbolic of royalty and repentance) was the color for both Lent and Advent when both were penitential seasons. When the church reclaimed Advent as a time of expectation, it restored blue (the color of hope) as the season’s color.   


 Each Sunday another candle is lit to prepare for the coming of God’s Light into the world, and the wreath glows more brightly the closer we are to Christmas. 


Advent’s blue gives way to glorious white and gold  for the celebration of Christ’s birth. Christmas is a fixed feast, always falling on the 25th. We begin our celebration on the Eve – the night before – in liturgical time, welcoming the Light to illumine and drive back darkness. And while the world is packing up Christmas, we are just beginning the Twelve days that last ‘till the Epiphany of our Lord.  Welcome to a new year of mercy and grace: Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus!

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Regular Sunday Worship

Sunday mornings at 9:30 am

You are most welcome to worship with us!

Morning Prayer will be livestreamed to Facebook at 8:30 am.  Bible Study is by Zoom at 9 am.  Please feel free to join us, even if this is your first time.


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More about Christ Church

Worship, prayer, care, service, learning and fellowship happen through the work we do together as a congregation and individually as Christians in the world. Please choose a link below for more information.

Finding Christ

We are located in Tinicum Township, Bucks County at 353 E Dark Hollow Rd, Pipersville, PA. 

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About our church...
Making a Difference

Who are we? We're a gathering of cradle Christians, working-on-it Christians, seeking but not quite yet Christian. We're your neighbors, maybe even your co-workers or classmates. 

We're young and not-so-young, here five generations and five minutes, building-nesters and empty-nesters.   We're part of the Lutheran branch of the Christian family tree.

'Churches are closed' has been splashed across our media. Buildings may be closed, but churches are still at work