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OUR VISION AT MIDDLETOWN CHURCH:
"TO KNOW JESUS AND MAKE HIM KNOWN."
Ministers:
The Congregation

Pastor:
Rev. Douglas McPheeters

273 S. Old Middletown Rd.
Media, PA  19063
610-565-4080

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    Join us this Sunday for a unique blended worship service
    Worship at Middletown Presbyterian Church is a family friendly,
    Christ centered mix of prayer, Thanksgiving, and Service of the Word
    performed by our Chancel and Bell Choirs and contemporary songs
    from our Praise Band.

    All are welcome and we hope you will have a great experience
    in worship and continue to join us.

    Both children and adults can begin their worship with Sunday School
    classes beginning at 9 am, then enjoy coffee and fellowship before
    the 10:30 worship service begins.

    During the summer months, we enjoy Punch on the Lawn
    fellowship following the Worship Service.

    Nursery care is available for children from birth to first grade in the
    Christian Education Wing

    Enrichment is a special time with our children up to fifth grade.
    Children are excused after the Response Hymn for Enrichment.

    New visitors to Middletown Presbyterian Church will be greeted at our
    Welcome Center at the entrance of the Sanctuary. We will be happy to
    answer any questions you may have about worship and church life at MPC.

    Prayer requests to be shared during Prayers of the People can be
    submitted by filling in the yellow prayer card located in the pew rack and
    then handing it to an usher.