1128 Hampden Blvd Reading, PA 19604 | 610.375.2333


Children’s Classes – Sundays on Zoom at 9 AM

For our online Children’s Church find resources HERE contact Liz LeTowt or the church office for the password.

Kids will spend their time learning Bible Stories, doing group projects, playing and singing.  All Sunday School teachers are members of the church and have passed a background check before serving. We have recently switched to a new Sunday School curriculum! You can find out about it here. Check the list below to see what class your child should attend:

  • 0-2 years – 1st Floor Nursery
  • 2-3 year old – Downstairs Classroom
  • 4-5 year old – South Classroom, back of nursery
  • 1st, 2nd & 3rd Grade – 2nd Floor Classroom
  • 4th, 5th & 6th Grade – 2nd Floor Classroom

Youth Classes – Join us on Google Hangouts on Wednesday Night at 7PM

  • 7th through 12th Grade – Balcony

Electives for June 7th – August 30th

Find Sunday School Classes on Facebook on Mondays at 1PM and Sundays at 9:30AM and at 7PM!

June 8 Notes for John Janney’s Class


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May 25 Notes for John Janney’s Class


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  • Joshua | John Janney | Mondays at 1PM on Facebook LIVE Ends June 8

    Are you finding life difficult? Are you disappointed with yourself because of your lack of progress spiritually? In one sense, that’s not really surprising! A few years back a best seller called “The Road Less Traveled”, began with the words, “Life is difficult.” It is especially so for believers, who live in a fallen world which seeks to squeeze them into its mold, and face a powerful, wily devil always dogging their steps trying to seduce them into unfaithfulness, and have a traitor within, the flesh, which seeks to betray them by leading them into sin. How can a believer possibly stand? What can you possibly do? Is there no hope for you? Yes there is, and Joshua will show you how to overcome in this daily spiritual warfare. See God’s brilliant general as he leads God’s people in conquering the Promised Land. Come and learn the secrets of victory!

  • The Apostles' Creed | Ron Reed |Sundays at 9:30 AM on Facebook

    To be a Christian is to be one who commits his or her life to a definite set of beliefs – “the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3). One of the earliest efforts to express and summarize the faith received by the apostles and delivered  to the saints has been the Apostles’ Creed. Al Mohler has so wisely stated, “All Christians believe more than is contained in the Apostles’ Creed, but none can believe less.” But what purpose does a summary of beliefs serve when we have the Bible itself? How and why were creeds and confessions so important to believers in the early centuries after the apostles?

    In this elective we will explore the purpose of creeds and how they instruct and guide Christians to live faithfully in a post-Christian culture. By looking particularly at each phrase of the Apostles’ Creed we will value how it helps us defend and cherish the precious and central truths of our Christian faith. This beautiful ancient statement collapses time and space, uniting all true believers for the past 2000 years. From the earliest beginnings, the church has always faced the dual challenge of affirming truth and confronting error. The Apostles Creed helps us to do just that – guiding us in the truth and guarding us from error.

  • 1, 2, 3, John and Jude | Tim Faust | Sundays at 7PM on Facebook

    The early church faced persecution since its inception from multiple sources including both Jewish and Gentile authorities. The letters or epistles we will be studying this summer show that there was an additional internal threat which was at least as dangerous to the fledgling believers of the first century. Both John and Jude wrote to warn of the hazards of false teachers and their potential harm to the church.

    In his first letter, John seeks to encourage walking in the knowledge of the truth since the best defense against what is false is to fully understand what is sound. Fellowship with God, obedience to God’s commands, and love for one another are themes of this letter. His other two letters warn of the divisiveness of false teachers. Second John cautions believers not to take heretics into their homes while Third John encourages fellowship with other believers. Jude’s letter is a condemnation of apostate teachers, identifying and declaring past and future judgement against them.

Links for Lincoln and Jenny Fitch’s Class – Click Here
For the password please contact the church office, the password was emailed out to the church attendees on file.