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Mission Statement: To make disciples of Jesus Christ by nurturing spiritual growth and providing avenues for service to others.

Worship Service every Sunday Morning:
   9:00am Adult Sunday School in-person in the Education Wing - 1st Classroom on the right
   10:30am Worship Service in-person in the Sanctuary and Online via Facebook Live Stream (accessible under Sermons link)
   10:30am Junior Church for Children (3 years old through 4th Grade). Kids are dismissed to Junior Church after Children's Time Message

Youth Group Sundays from 5-7pm (with students from Emmanuel, Faith, Long Memorial, Oregon Community & Salem: Rothsville UMC)

Who we are: Faith UMC is a growing mid-sized church located on the corner of Fruitville Pike and Koser Road (the entrance is on Koser Road). Sunday Services include a blend of contemporary worship songs and traditional hymns as well as an engaging, practical, Bible-based sermon. There is a Children's Time message each week in the service. We also host Junior Church for kids 3 years old through 4th grade! This takes place during the worship service--students start in the service with families and then leave for Junior Church after the Children's Time. We are an active church with many different opportunities to get involved--fellowship events, Bible Studies for all ages, and many ways to serve within the church and community. Faith UMC provides an intimate atmosphere where you can know people and be known. If you are looking for a church that is vibrant and excited about living out their faith, then Faith UMC may be the place for you.


Sunday Worship Service Options:

Sunday Worship Services are at 10:30am in the Sanctuary at Faith UMC as well as ONLINE. Masks are optional.

To attend ONLINE: We will continue to ALSO broadcast online: Look up Pastor “Jason Perkowski” on Facebook ( or by viewing the video with the links on the Online Worship section of our website: Facebook isn’t needed.

Response to the Corona Virus Pandemic: 

We have now reopened most of our activities in person. At Faith UMC we care deeply about our church family and our neighbors. We want all of you to stay healthy and safe. Having carefully reviewed all of the data points in our area--including new cases and vaccinations--we believe that it is currently safe to meet in person. We do have one section in the back beside the windows that is reserved for those who wish to be seated with others also wearing masks and distanced every other row. In the rest of the sanctuary you can choose whether or not you wish to wear a mask.

Junior Church in person on Sundays at 10:30am

For children age 3 years (who are potty-trained) through 4th grade. We are using Deep Blue One Room Sunday School curriculum. Children will be given the opportunity to bring an offering at the beginning of Junior Church that they can place in a “piggy bank.” Parents, please sign your child in before the Worship Service. Each child and parent will be assigned a badge with a matching number. Children will begin the service in the sanctuary and be dismissed to Junior Church after the Children’s Time Message. Junior Church takes place in the Elementary Classroom in the Education Wing during Worship (3rd classroom in the Education Wing hallway). After worship, parents are asked to sign children out at a station directly outside the classroom—and are asked to wait outside the class until their child is brought to them.

The ROCK Youth Group (5th-12th grade) at Faith UMC in the Education Wing from 5-7pm

Join us for The R.O.C.K. Youth Group meetings at 5-7pm each Sunday night in person at Faith UMC. We'll check in with how you're doing, play some games, pray, do a Bible Study, and just chat. Feel free to invite friends, too. All youth entering 5th-12th grades are invited to join us--as well as those who just finished 4th Grade. 

Chatting Group on Mondays at 6:30pm VIA ZOOM

Chatting normally takes place every Monday from 6:30-7:30pm. We will discuss various topics that attendees suggest at the meeting—making space for different opinions and for folks to enjoy an evening of conversation. Perhaps we will learn something new. This group is open to everyone, so please invite friends to join you. Our goal is to instigate friendly discussions around interesting and sometimes controversial topics that have social, community, philosophical and theological angles. We are currently meeting online via Zoom:

Wednesday Night Bible Study led by Mike Shifflet at 6:30pm at Oregon Community UMC

We work through various book studies based on the Bible. See Mike to get a study book.

"Wing and a Prayer" AA meeting at Faith UMC at 10:00am Every Thursday Morning

Every week AA meets at Faith UMC to support one another in recovery. It is an open group, and all who are in recovery or beginning recovery are invited to come out to the meeting at 10am each week. They are meeting in the Fellowship Hall which is best entered by the second set of doors.

Friday Morning Bible Study & Prayer at Faith UMC at 10:00am -- meeting in the Fellowship Hall by the second set of doors from the parking lot.

Everyone is welcome to join us as Pastor Jason leads a Bible Study about the scripture readings for the upcoming worship service each week. This is a chance to deeply explore your faith—and how it impacts the rest of your life.

Servant Saturday (the first Saturday of each month)

What does Servant Saturday mean? From small tasks to large, we ask everyone to give extra to the world around them that day.  As Christians, we are to give of our time, talents, treasures and service continually.  But sometimes we get entangled with the world around us and the giving falls to the background.  We are asking everyone to give of themselves consciously on Servant Saturday. This is usually the first Saturday of the month. Here is a list of ideas for serving!

Maybe you can give of your time, even a few hours, to volunteer at a local animal shelter. Or, it could be, using your talents to help build a home with Impact Ministries or Habitat for Humanity. Perhaps you dig into your wallet to donate money for a shelter for abused women and youth or a pre-school in South Africa. You may find that spending time in prayer for others or fasting is the best use of your talents. There are many ways to help the world in which we live--locally or globally. 

Contact Information

 Other resources can be found at:

West District of the EPA Conference of the United Methodist Church

Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church

The United Methodist Church

The World Methodist Council