We are a very friendly group of people who come together weekly to worship on Saturday evenings and Sundays. Our members span all age groups from yet to be born to over 90 years old. Some live close by but others come from a distance. In fact, we are now "sharing" our building with Trinity Church of Ambler, and are thrilled to welcome Fr. Emmanuel Williamson and his parishioners into our space while their church building goes through major renovations. Many cultures and races are represented. We know we all have gifts to offer even those identified by our world as having special needs. Several of our members are life long Episcopalians, yet a growing number are joining us from other denominations, faiths, or from among those who have not been raised in a religious tradition. . All are indeed welcome and valued in our church community! We believe all people are "Children of God"!
Interesting facts: Our parish was established in 1952. Both parish buildings are of colonial style architecture using native fieldstone in construction.
Good to know: There is air conditioning and ample parking. There are two special pews, one in the back and one half-way to the front which have been widened and carpeted to make a space that is inviting to families with small children or that work well for those with the need for additional space.