What to Expect at Neshaminy Warwick Presbyterian Church

We are a vibrant community of faith in Warminster, PA. Our church is diverse generationally. Our worship reflects this with a blend of contemporary and traditional worship music. We know that visiting a new place can be uncomfortable, so we’d like to help you when you visit.

What do I wear?

You’ll notice some members who like to dress up for church and others who don’t. Feel free to wear what’s comfortable for you, and you’ll fit right in.

What if I am not a believer – am I welcome?

Yes! You are welcome. We welcome all. You are invited to fully participate in worship, other church events, or you can come and just listen without having to agree with everything or signing up for anything. Our spiritual backgrounds vary and includes members who grew up in all kinds of different churches and others who did not grow up in a faith community and are attending a church for the first time. Whether you have been a Christian your whole life or have rarely or never attended church, you are welcome at Neshaminy Warwick Presbyterian Church (NWPC).

How long is the worship services?

Our service is at 9 a.m. and is about one hour. We invite you to join us in for fellowship, good coffee, and brunch in the auditorium each Sunday right after worship. Everyone is welcome.

What is the service like?

The music is a blend of classic hymns and modern praise music. During the 9:00 a.m. service we have Sunday school for toddlers through fifth grade. After 10-15 minutes of worship and singing, the children are invited to come forward for the children’s message. Then the children leave and meet their Sunday school teachers in the back of the church. If you would prefer that your children stay in worship you are welcome to have them remain with you for the entire service. Approximately 200 people attend worship each week.

Nursery care is available.

Is our church handicap Accessible?

Our entire church is handicapped accessible. There is an elevator near the sanctuary. We also have areas in the Sanctuary that are specifically designed for wheelchairs.

Where do I park?

There is a parking lot in the back of the church. There is also a drop off spot for handicapped individuals that leads directly into the sanctuary. Handicapped parking is also available near the front of the church and near the long wing (Sunday School wing) in the back.

What is available for my child?

During the 9:00 a.m. service we have Sunday School classes for toddlers through Grade 5. We also have many other activities during the year for all ages including high school youth. Check out our Youth page for more information.

What do you have for adults?

We have a full range of activities for adults at all stages of life. We offer lunches for retired people that includes varying topics and themes, a Bible Study group that meets to understand and explore the Bible, singing with our adult Sanctuary choir, playing on our church softball team and other activities. To see some of our activities and missions, click on the Outreach page located on the top of the website.

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