The Mill Church is a new church in Havertown. We envision every life processed by the story of Jesus – where pain becomes hope; where loneliness becomes family; where emptiness becomes purpose and mission. We invite you to come and join that story with us.
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https://youtu.be/d6ExzrTKY5s Click here to download the gathering guideChildren's LessonWorksheet for Younger KidsWorksheet for Older Kids Sermon Text Matthew 3:1-6,11>1 In those days John the Baptist came to the Judean wilderness and began preaching. His message...
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What Kind of Church Are You?
We are a Christian Church who loves Jesus and the greater Havertown area, Our pastors have roots in the Pentecostal and Methodist church. We are part of a network of churches called the Assemblies of God. We’re affiliated with a interdenominational church planting network called the V3 Movement. We have a 25 year old parent church that is partnering with us called Life Christian Fellowship in Springfield.
What's Up With the Name?
The Mill Church is a new church in Havertown. Our name is inspired by area mills that were once a crucial element of the flourishing of our communities. By tapping into to the power of water, mills produced many of life’s necessities. Mills were first and foremost a place of transformation. From their messy, raw forms, materials were processed into a more refined product — like cotton into yarn, or wheat into flour. That’s how we envision the church; a place to come with all our messy, raw realities to process life, together. To join the great story of redemption; where pain becomes hope; where loneliness becomes family; where emptiness becomes purpose and mission. We invite you to come and join that story with us.
What Will Your Sunday Gathering Look Like?
It will be about 1 hour and 15 minutes and include Christian practices both old and new: silence, modern music and singing (guitar, piano, hand drums), written historical and spontaneous prayers, teaching and discussion, communion, and of course really good locally brewed coffee and baked goods. On the 4th Sunday of the month we’ll gather around tables for what we are calling brunch church for greater conversation and processing together. Click here for more on our Sunday liturgy.
What About Kids?
There will be care for walkers until potty-trained during the whole gathering (1-3 year olds generally). Preschool children who are potty-trained and elementary students (around 4 to 12 year olds) will participate with their families and the larger church for the beginning and end of the gathering. During the teaching and discussion portion, kids will be blessed and sent with cleared and trained teachers to have a lesson and will join back with the main gathering for a closing time of communion and singing.
Why Start a New Church?