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Welcome to Doe Run!  

Doe Run is a vibrant group of people who seek to follow Jesus Christ through caring for one another and loving our neighbors -- always working toward a deeper understanding of just who our neighbor is.

On Sundays, we worship at 11:00am, celebrating God through scripture-based preaching and a great blend of traditional and  contemporary music.

We take prayer seriously, speaking prayers each week for ourselves and  those we love. Our children accompany us to worship, leaving after the children's sermon for Sunday School and lively bible lessons.

The Lord's Supper is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.

The table of Jesus Christ is open to all comers, including children. An offering is taken each week in gratitude for blessings received. This offering supports our church and our mission activities both local and global.

Come and see what we're about here at Doe Run -- we're large enough to offer diverse thinking and a wide world view, and small enough to provide warmth, welcome and nuture.

 

Clean up Day by the BG's (Building and Grounds)

 Thanks to the BG's Doe Run had another successful completion of a number of projects including manse make ready and house cleaning of the sanctuary and kitchen. With a great turn out of 20 committed members, the cold day went quickly; as always fellowship at lunch which we allways enjoy! Thanks Dana, Barb, Rozy, Sherry et all for the great nourishment.

 

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Mission Statement

We are God's people striving to do God's work in our congregation and the community beyond.

This work is carried out through

  • worship
  • prayerful meditation
  • fellowship
  • education
  • stewardship
  • mission

As followers of Jesus Christ, we intend to be a destination of peace, acceptance, and unity.


Rev. Annalie Korengel

AnnalieK 190904_3821Pastor Annalie steped in immediately to help in celebrating Pastor Brynne's new calling and assist in moderating the Doe Run session, pulpit supply, as well as pastorial care. She is sharing her time where she has been the Pastor of Unionville Presbyterian Church. She is anxious to relate the story of past history of our two churches especially on the upcoming 175th Anniversary of Unionville Presbyterian on May 5th. Reverend Annalie Korengel is a "cradle Presbyterian" and has been the pastor of Unionville Presbyterian Church since September, 2012.  She holds Masters' Degrees in Divinity, Social Work, Business Administration, and Human Resources.  (She loves school!).  With her husband, Gary Lorgus, and three wonderful children (Jamie, Riley, and Kayte) she lives in West Chester in a Victorian house built in 1900. 

 

We Support Family Promise of Southern Chester County

Family Promise LogoDoe Run has proudly signed on to be a “support congregation” for Family Promise of Southern Chester County, a new non-profit providing shelter on a rotational basis to homeless families in our region.  We will be providing support in the form of food, volunteers, fellowship, etc., to Unionville Presbyterian Church which will be one of 12 host churches.    For more info:  http://familypromisescc.org/

 

Youth Family Promise.2Our youth group volunteered at the Unionville site, making and serving dinner and entertaining the resident children.  Food regulation gloves and hairnets made for a glamorous evening!

 

 Youth at Family Promise

 
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