April 19, 2015
Start training now for the 4th annual family-friendly walk/run benefiting Imagine No Malaria.
Register by April 1 to be guaranteed a t-shirt.Details and Registration
Help feed the hungry in our community.
Our goal is to collect 1,000 cans of fruit to support the Chester County Food Bank Backpack Program, providing food to families of school-age children in need.Details
It is Necessary: When God Says “You Must”
7 week series exploring Jesus’ words in Luke & Acts.
Plan now to join a group on Sundays (am) or Wednesdays (am or pm) beginning February 22 & 25.
We want you to feel at home at West Chester United Methodist Church.
Whether you are discovering God’s presence in your life, renewing your relationship with God, or transferring from another church, we want you to feel accepted, connected, and welcomed.
Our doors and hearts are open to you.Learn More About Us
Through distribution of insecticide-treated bed nets, improved communication, health treatment, and education, Imagine No Malaria is working to beat malaria for good. Learn more about Imagine No Malaria, and read Larry Hollon’s response to a New York Times article on the misuse of bed nets. Larry is the chief executive of United Methodist Communications, providing…
This ongoing ministry began in 2003 with the objective of distributing food to families and individuals in the community with limited incomes and difficulties in getting out to go shopping. The Food Cupboard makes deliveries once a month (typically the third Saturday) and deliveries are made each month of the year. The ministry is fortunate…