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First Presbyterian Church of Warminster supports three governing bodies of the Presbyterian Church (USA) through our per capita and benevolent mission pledges. They are:


The General Assembly of the Presbyerian Church (USA)

100 Witherspoon Street, Louisville, KY  40202   * 800-728-7228



The General Assembly is the overall governing body of the Presbyerian Church (USA).  Its officers and delegates from local churches meet once every other year to conduct the business of the church. It receives 33% of our annual unified mission pledge.


Synod of the Trinity

3040 Market Street, Camp Hill, PA  17011   *  717-737-0421 or 800-242-0534

Email: office@syntrinity.org


The Synod of the Trinity is one of 16 synods, or regional governing bodies, of the Presbyterian Church (USA). It serves West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and the Upper Ohio Valley, and receives 5% of our annual unified mission pledge.


Presbytery of Philadelphia

915 East Gowen Avenue, Philadelphia, PA  19150   * 215-242-1400 * Fax: 215-242-1444


The Presbytery of Philadelphia is one of 135 churches a part of the Synod of the Trinity which includes all of PA, WV, and a small portion of Ohio. It receives 62% of our per capita and benevolent mission pledges.


Community Outreach 

A Woman's Place
P0. Box 299, Doylestown, PA 18901 * 215-343-9241

Provides a full range of assistance and support services for victims of domestic abuse and violence, and their children, including a free 24-hour confidential hotline, a full-service residential shelter, individual and group counseling, legal and medical advocacy, and a children’s program. AWP also provides comprehensive community-based domestic violence training, education, outreach, and advocacy.


American Bible Society
1865 Broadway, New York, NY 10023-7505 * 212-408-1200

The purpose of the American Bible Society is to provide the Holy Scriptures to every man, woman, and child in a language and form each can readily understand and at a price each can easily afford. This purpose, undertaken without doctrinal note or comment and without profit, is a cause all Christians and all churches are urged to support.


Benjamin H. Wilson Senior Center - www.wilsonseniorcenter.com    

580 Delmont Avenue, Warminster, PA 18974-3657 * 215-672-8380


The Center hosts various events and programs including computer lessons, dance lessons, fitness activities, game nights, excursions to casinos, dinner theater, festivals, and weekend vacations.


Broad Street Ministry - www.broadstreetministry.org

315 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 * 215-735-4847


This is a Pennsylvania not-for-profit corporation that honors creativity, strives to extend hospitality to everyone, and works for a more just and compassionate city.  BSM comes together to explore where spitual questing meets artistic expression.


Buxmont Meals on Wheels
414 South York Road, Hatboro, PA 19040 * 215-443-9784

Buxmont Meals on Wheels is a nonprofit organization which supplies nutritious meals to homebound residents in Hatboro, Horsham, Warminster, and Upper Moreland. Volunteers deliver a hot noon meal and a cold light supper to each client, Monday through Friday. A subsidy program is available.


Chester Eastside Ministries
420 East 9th Street, Chester, PA, 19016 * 610-872-4812

Chester Eastside Ministries' mission is to bring urban and suburban people together in worship and service.  Our goal is to render services to those individuals in need of food, clothing, spiritual guidance, and educational and recreational opportunities so they may meet the challenges of life.  It is also our aim to convey respect for human dignity and to offer people the opportunity to realize their potential by cultivating their inner strengths, so that they may, in turn, help others to expand their horizons.


Coordinating Council of Health and Welfare Inc.
75 Downey Drive, Warminster, PA. 18974 * 215-672-9422
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:50 to 11:30 AM

Coordinating Council of Health and Welfare, Inc. is an all volunteer emergency help group that provides assistance to needy families in Warminster, Hatboro, and surrounding communities. They operate a food cupboard in the Warminster Heights Community Center, and also may provide assistance with fuel, prescriptions, and other emergency situations.


Family Services Association
1900 Veterans Highway, Levittown, PA 19055-1006 * 215-946-4870 * Fax: 215-946-5690
Email: lowbucks@redcrosslbcc.org

The American Red Cross Homeless Shelter
aims to assist residents to obtain a source of income and appropriate housing. It serves homeless individuals and families, providing meals, a bed, personal care supplies, and case management services as well as educational and nursing services, referrals and transportation. It is open year-round.


Habitat for Humanity of Greater Bucks County
215 Matthews Avenue, New Britain, PA, 18901 * 215-348-2204 * Fax: 215-348-7988

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Bucks is a hands-on, ecumenical Christian housing ministry, operating as an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International. Habitat is a volunteer-based organization with many opportunities for involvement including construction, committee work, administrative support, and professional service.


Kirkwood Camp and Conference Center
R.D. 14, P.O. Box 7507, Stroudsburg, PA 18360 * 215-732-1842 for Carolyn Jeffrey, registrar
Email: kirkwood@presbyphl.org

The mission of Kirkwood Camp and retreat Center is to strengthen the Church of Jesus Christ by enabling children, youth and families to begin or to deepen their experience of God, in the context of nature and a caring Christian community centered on the Word of God.


Latin American Fellowship of Norristown
The Presbytery of Philadelphia, 915 E. Gowen Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19150 * 215-242-1400 * Fax:215-242-1444


Literacy and Evange1ism, International
1800 S. Jackson Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74107-1897 * 918-585-3826

Literacy and Evangelism, International is an organization providing Christian outreach to illiterate people by teaching them to read, using Bible-based materials. Through training literacy tutors in countries around the world, preparing primers in local languages, developing programs and teaching, LEI works toward its goal in a world where 45 - 55% of the people cannot read.


Medical Benevolence Foundation
PO Box 770636, Houston, Texas 77215 * 800-547-7627 * Fax: 713-782-0051

The Medical Benevolence Foundation has a covenant relationship with the Presbyterian Church (USA). MBF provides much of the support necessary to maintain clinics and hospitals which serve as an outreach of Presbyterian and reformed churches in the developing world.  


Native American Congregational Support Office

800-728-7228 x5687

The purpose of the Native American Congregational Support Office is to enable the Presbyterian Church (USA) to respond to Native American congregational issues, enable Native American Presbyterians to participate actively in the mission of PC(USA), facilitate the church's task of evangelism and leadership development and serve as a liason to ecumenical and denomiational entities in relation to issues affecting NA Presbyterian churches and chapels.


Network of Victims Assistance NOVA
2370 York Rd Ste B-1, Jamison, PA 18929 * 215-343-6543

 Barbara Clark, Executive Director

Network of Victim Assistance supports, counsels and empowers victims of sexual assault and other serious crimes and works to eliminate violence in Bucks County through advocacy, community education and prevention programs.


Philadelphia Committee to End Homelessness
802 N. Broad Street, P.O.Box 15010, Philadelphia, PA 19130 *215-232-2300 

* Fax: 215-232-1824             Email: mail@pceh.org          

The Philadelphia Committee to End Homelessness aims to renew hope to potentially homeless individuals and to the hundreds of homeless people in the city. The Committee operates a Day Center at 802 N. Broad Street, a street outreach, and a homelessness prevention hotline.


3616 South Galloway Street, PO Box 37555, Philadelphia, PA 19148 * 215-339-0900

Fax: 215-339-0924

Philabundance works to end hunger and malnutrition in the Delaware Valley by acquiring food and distributing it through organizations serving people in need.


Presby's Inspired Life
2000 Joshua Road, Lafayette Hill, PA. 19444-2430 * 610-834-1001 * Fax: 610-260-0947

Toll Free: 877-977-3729

Presby’s Inspired Life offers a full spectrum of senior living options. For those looking to create a rich and engaging lifestyle, our residential environments offer a wide range of options. Our assisted living and nursing care environments provide exceptional personalized care and support. Also, our Rental Retirement Communities provide quality residential living environments that bring peace of mind and possibility to the residents of these communities.


Presbyterian Children's Village
452 S. Roberts Road, Rosemont, PA. 19010 * 610-525-5400 * Fax: 610-525-8396
Email: Village@PVC.org

Presbyterian Children's Village serves children and families through residential treatment for adolescents with emotional problems, supervised independent living for older teenagers, foster family care, kinship care for children living with extended families, and services to children in their own homes. In Southwest Philadelphia the Village operates a family center, a psychiatric clinic, and provides behavioral health services.


Presbyterian Council for Chaplains
4125 Nebraska Ave NW, Washington,DC 20016 * 202-244-4177 * Fax:202-237-0983

Our mission is vital ... to provide military personnel with a visible reminder of the holy in the midst of combat and chaos! PCCMP supports the worldwide communities of people in which our military personnel are serving; pastor our far-flung chaplains and support them in their ministry and touch the lives of the military soldier’s family.


The Salvation Army, Levittown
215 Appletree Drive, P.O. Box 824, Levittown, PA. 19058 * 215-945-0717 * Fax: 215-945-0607

The Salvation Army in Levittown offers Sunday worship services, a daily before-and-after-school program with transportation to and from school, Wednesday children's Bible Club, the Salvation Army scouting program for girls, gym activities including sports clinics, the Holland Junior High School autistic program1 and children's summer camp.  The gym can be rented for community events.


Samaritan Counseling Center
22 East Chestnut Hill Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119 * 215-247-6077 * Fax: 215-247-4158

Samaritan Counseling Center is a nonprofit organization providing pastoral counseling, educational and consulting services for people of all economic groups as an extension of the ministry of local congregation. There are several Samaritan Counseling Center locations in the area.


 Tabor Children's Services

601 New Britain Road, Doylestown, PA  18901 * 215-348-4071


Tabor Chilrdren's Services are committed to providing culturally-competent, cost-effective quality services that ensure the safety of children, youth, adults and families; enhance the development of children and youth; secure children's rights to permanent families; foster the integrity of the family and promote the mental health and improved functioning of children and adults seeking stability and independence.


Theological Education Fund (1% Plan)
Presbyterian Church USA, Office of Theological Education,100 Witherspoon Street, Louisville, KY 40202-1396  800-752-6594

The Theological Education Fund of the Presbyterian Church (USA) is the only denomination-wide source of financial support for the eleven Presbyterian-related theological seminaries. Each church is asked to make a voluntary gift equal to 1% of its local operating budget each year.


Turning Points for Children

415 S. 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA. 19146 * 215-875-3400 * Fax: 215-875-3411

The Philadelphia Society for Services to Children is dedicated to preventing abuse, neglect, or abandonment of nearly 1,000 children a year, and to preventing unnecessary placement of children in the government foster care system. They serve children and families in their own homes and communities. Their newest program is Healthy Families which contacts new mothers and their babies in the hospital.


8 East Court St, Doylestown, PA 18901 * 215-345-8322 * Fax 215-348-8675

Mission:  Provide quality education programs for Bucks County residents that help them gain skills that enhance their ability to deal with real life situations, meet personal goals, and become more self determining and self sufficient.


Warminster Fire Department
300 Madison Avenue, Warminster, PA. 18974 * Emergency 9-1-1 * Information 215-441-4474

Warminster Township is served by two volunteer fire companies, the Warminster Fire Department and Hartsville Volunteer Fire Company, operating out of four fire stations. They provide emergency service to residents at a small percentage of the cost of a fully paid department.


Warminster Volunteer Ambulance Corps
555 Evergreen Avenue, Warminster, PA 18974  * Emergency 9-1-1 * Non-emergency service and Office 215-441-0333

The Warminster Volunteer Ambulance Corps responds to both Bucks and Montgomery County emergency calls.  The Corps has five ambulances and two chief's vehicles, and approximately 40 volunteer emergency medical technicians and paramedics. They provide 24-hour, week-long paramedic service to about 75,000 residents.


West Kensington Ministry

2140 N. Hancock Street, Philadelphia, PA  19122  *  267-324-7386


"We are a people on a faith journey seeking to be in relationship with our creator God and with one another through Jeasus Christ. We are exploring what it means to follow Jesus Christ by action as well as belief."


WRDV-FM Radio Delaware Valley
P0. Box 2012, Warminster, PA 18974 * 215-674-8002 * Fax 215-674-4586
Email: info@wrdv.com

WRDV.FM is a mostly music radio station serving the Delaware Valley at 89.3 out of Warminster and 107.3. out of Bensalem. Warminster Presbyterian Church worship services are broadcast at 11:00 AM the following Sunday.


YWCA Bucks County
2425 Trevose Road, Trevose, PA 19053

Email:  ywcabc@erols.com

The mission of the YWCA is to eliminate racism,  empower women and work for peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all people. The YWCA provides a wide and comprehensive array of educational programming to disadvantaged and vulnerable populations of Bucks County directly in their own neighborhoods and schools.