August 18 update: With the increased rate of cases of the Delta variant, we are asking all congregants to mask while in the building for worship or other meetings. We hope to see you in-person at worship on Sunday and under the tent for fellowship after the service.

Our Stories


    City Lights - The First 20 years
    11.13.90 | Our Member's Stories | Faith in Action stories | by Buzz Mossholder | by John Galloway | by Carey Davis

    “… over 20 years ago, Carey Davis answered the call to a Christ-like mission the size of a mustard seed. Starting small, very local, often one person at a time—then bringing together a few people gathered in the name of Jesus. She has reached and rallied scores of persons in Southwest Philadelphia and called countless more people from the suburbs to form new bonds, to find a new sense of what community means and to anticipate the Kingdom together in quite remarkable ways. We cannot begin to calculate the enormity of her more than two decades of service through CityLights—nor can we count the hundreds of persons who have found hope and heard a call through her ministry....” ...

      A Breezy Easter Service
      01.01.75 | Our Member's Stories | by Betsy Girard

      Betsy and her daughter, Kim, recall a cold and wet “sunrise service” in the aptly named “Breezeway” that connected the Church Sanctuary to Chapel before “The Connector” was built. Associate Pastor Gary Reddish warmed hearts throughout the church community with his deep love and good humor.

        Connecting the Dudts
        01.01.66 | Our Member's Stories | by Ruth Dudt | by Craig Stock

        Thank you Ruth Dudt for shedding a little light on your experience of Wayne Presbyterian with these words. We hope they will inspire others to connect the Dudts to their own experiences and share them with us! The acquisition of bells that Ruth talks of is expanded in a recent interview with Jeannie Bowman and Julie Barnes in the library at Casa del Sol, Ghost Ranch, NM