“God demonstrates his own love for us in this: 

While we were still sinners, Christ died for us…”

Romans 5

Love is not love until it is demonstrated.

We can write about love, we can talk about love, we can study the biology of love, we can even take notes of how people behave when they are falling in love. But until we demonstrate love, it is all talk.

Worship this morning at 10:55 as we explore what it means to demonstrate love. 

Today as we explore love demonstrated and the peace that God offers, I am also going to have a conversation with a member of the congregation who will testify to God’s peace in her life.

How to Connect this Week

Each week during this time of global crisis, we, as a congregation, will continue to gather spiritually in worship and prayer at 10:55 AM in our homes and with our families. This week, we will be presenting a worship service on Zoom that will be recorded and made available through our website.

Here are the directions: 

Use this link on your PC, Mac, smart phone or tablet


or you can use your phone to call either of these numbers and use this identification number: 328-071-4972

+1 253 215 8782

 +1 301 715 8592

If you connect by phone, there are 2 commands that will help. *6 will mute or unmute your phone and *9 will “raise you hand” so the host can call on you.

If you are unable to connect with this service, here is a song that invites you to join in a time of meditation. Having been forgiven, it is our task now to reach out and forgive others, “Forgiveness”

If you want to join more worship that is being streamed, you can find this map and links to churches in the region online: 


I hope this will offer you encouragement this week. I will reach out again through the week.

Remember, you can continue to support the work of the church by giving through our safe and secure giving portal at https://secure-q.net/donations/Hatboro/1435.

The needs of the church continue. In addition, the needs around us are growing – we have tripled our contribution to the local food pantry because the needs are overwhelming.

If you are available to help others who are in need, please contact us at the church or by email @ pastor.hatboro@gmail.com. We are working on a database of helpers and needs that we will be able to address. 

Have a blessed week,

Pastor Doug