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12/5/21 – “Its Bath Time”

Mark Lyndaker-Studer, Church Pastor
Date: December 5, 2021
  December 2021  
This Week's Events


Website Team Meeting
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Wholy Fit
7:00 PM


10:00 AM to 11:00 AM


Choir Rehearsal
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Contact Us

Neshaminy-Warwick Presbyterian Church

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Thank you for visiting our website!

Here you will find information concerning our church and its ministries. We hope you find your time spent here a blessing. Our church is a warm and loving church, and we want you to feel comfortable and at liberty to call on us for anything you need. Feel free to browse through the various areas of our website and learn about our fellowship.

If you are considering a new place of worship or a relocation to our area, we would love to have you be our guest.

When you visit our church, you will find:

  • A caring congregation that will gladly welcome you
  • Preaching/teaching that is centered on the Word of God
  • Ministries to meet the spiritual needs of every age

We have a 9AM service every Sunday morning in the church sanctuary, which is livestreamed on Vimeo and YouTube. 

Click here to view the live stream on Vimeo.
Click here to view the live stream on YouTube.


Our congregation has a long and storied history.  We were founded in 1726, by the Reverend William Tennent.  Tennent was a graduate of the University of Edinburgh, class of 1695. He set sail for the new world and landed in Philadelphia on September 6th, 1718. In 1726 he moved to Bucks County and preached first at Bensalem, near the mouth of the Neshaminy Creek.  He then made his way up the creek, to the area near the "forks", where there was enough Scotch-Irish Presbyterians to organize a congregation.  The following year, 1727, a meetinghouse was begun on the grounds of the present cemetery.  All that remains of that original sanctuary is its datestone, now embedded in the cemetery's south wall near the current chapel.

William Tennent founded the "Log College" not long after, which closed after his death in May of 1746. Later that year the College of New Jersey  (later named "Princeton University") opened, enthusiastically supported by Tennent's former Log College students. Four were on its charter board of trustees, as were two of Tennent's sons, William Jr. and Gilbert.

Would you like to read a history of our church from its beginnings through 1876? 

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Contact Information  
Neshaminy-Warwick Presbyterian Church
1401 Meetinghouse Rd.
Warminster, Pennsylvania 18974
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Phone (215)343-6060
Regular Schedule  

Office Hours


  • Sunday Morning Worship
    – 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM


5 pm Children/Family Worship

7 pm Candlelight Worship *Nursery care available at 7pm.


On Saturday, December 11th at 5:30pm, the Sunday school kids perform in a LIVE Nativity complete with LIVE sheep, goats, and a donkey. But the performance is only part of the fun. It is also a night full of fellowship as well as a great opportunity to reach out and share the gift of Christmas with the community around us. We will have cookies and hot chocolate outside along with a surprise visit!


We are once again welcoming Code Blue into our auditorium for the month of December. When the weather is 26 0 and fully staffed (14 people), CSSH, The Coalition to Support and Shelter the Homeless opens the shelter for the night. This year all guests and volunteers will be masked. We are still practicing frequent handwashing and sanitization of the facility as well as social distancing. While we won’t have partitions erected, we will be keeping our guest 6 feet apart through the layout of the mattresses. All food service will be contactless. Since we could be open from December 1- December 30, a total of 30 nights, we need volunteers to help at the shelter. This year, like last year, we are making it easy. There will be one in-person training session on: Sunday November 14 from 1 -3 pm at Our lady of Guadalupe, 5914 Cold Spring Creamery Road, Doylestown.


If you don’t want to leave your home there will be on-line volunteer training on the web at: Follow the instructions for new volunteers. In the training you will get a feel for what happens overnight at the shelter through a video as well as additional information on what the shifts do, and how to sign up. If you have any questions at all, please email Joanne Cochran at or phone her at 215-290-0079. We hope to see you at the shelter.


Please join our lifesaving mission and schedule an appointment today!

Monday, January 10, 2022 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Coordinator Name: Don Millin

You can sign up online at Blood supplies are low and the need is great. Presently, significant precautions are being taken to ensure the safety of each donor and Red Cross volunteer involved in the donation process. They are staggering appointments to keep contact to a minimum, doing temperature checks before donors step inside, practicing social distancing, and sanitizing everything constantly. The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime. Please consider a donation and sign up today to save a life!


The pulpit flowers are given in loving memory of their father Melvin from the Anderson family; and given in loving memory of Betty Lindsay’s brother, John J. Fletcher, Jr. The flowers on the communion table are given in loving memory of Tom Haag from his wife Dot and family.

Deacons Debbie Edwards & Isabel McLauchlan will deliver the flowers. Each week the flowers can be a bright moment for someone needing prayers or praise. If you know of someone please let the assigned deacons delivering flowers know after the service.


Christmas is almost here!!! Again this year the Mission Team is asking for $25.00 gift cards from TARGET and WALMART WEST KENSINGTON MINISTRIES the 4th hungriest district in the country. Some of their programs are: INITIATIVES OF HOPE AND SAFETY: They have an open mike night every Friday that allows the children to have a safe place to express themselves. JOB OPPORTINITIES: They make and sell T shirts and also have a small recording studio. CROSSROADS IN FAIRHILL PHILADELPHIA 60% of households live in poverty. 125 senior citizens get food from their food bank every month. They serve 300 to 400 children per year through education programs, and they also provide breakfast. OXFORD CIRCLE COMMUNITY CENTER Builds community support to revitalize the area and rebuild homes. They provide after school programs for children where students receive tutoring and learn how to deal with conflict in a peaceful way. They also provide classes for adults to get their GED and to learn English. All of these missions are located in our own city of Philadelphia. ALL are Christ centered and emphasize children's needs. Their needs are great and very basic. We worry about the perfect gift these families worry about putting a meal on the table and possibly a gift or two for their children. The gift cards make a real difference in people's lives. DEADLINE is DECEMBER 12th


The choir will be performing six songs from past cantatas, along with piano and a full string orchestra, on December 19. If you have ever had an interest in singing with us, now is your chance. We’ve added a few Sunday rehearsals in the hopes that some of you who can’t join Thursday evenings can join us those times. Please reach out to Suzanne if you can do some, but not all rehearsals, and are interested in joining us. Please just come and join us Wednesday if you are ready to sign up. Rehearsals are as follows:

  • Wednesday, November 24, 7:00 pm
  • Thursday, December 2, 7:00 pm
  • Sunday December 5, 10:15 am
  • Thursday, December 9, 7:00 pm
  • Sunday, December 12, 10:15 am
  • Thursday, December 16, 7:00 pm
  • Saturday, December 18, 9:00 am DRESS REHEARSAL (with strings)
  • Sunday, December 19, 9:00 performance


The need for assistance is great right now and you can help! We continually collect nonperishable food items for the Coordinating Council of Health and Welfare's Warminster Food Bank. Non-perishable food items can be dropped off in the bin right inside the double-glass doors closest to the office any Sunday directly before or after the worship service. This ongoing mission is coordinated by the Deacons. If you have any questions please contact Pam Latronica or Sandee Wilson at 215-343-6060.


WholyFit women’s ministry is held every Tuesday from 7-8 pm in the Auditorium. All fitness levels are welcome. Contact Chelsea Rounds at for more information.


The Mary-Martha Circle is up and running! We meet the first Sunday of the month in the lounge after worship. Come and learn about the 12 disciples and enjoy our bible study. If you have any questions please contact Eloyce Sturgeon at 215-630-1010. All are welcome!


Your NWPC Deacons want to keep the young adults of our congregation feeling that they are part of our church family even when they are away from home. If you are a college student or have a college student in your family, or you are currently serving in the military, please supply the information requested below or email directly to Don Millin at

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