Sunday Service at 10am

3104 Doe Run Church Road East Fallowfield, PA 19320

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

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

You Are Welcome at Doe Run Presbyterian

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

Meet Our Church

We take prayer seriously, speaking prayers each week for ourselves and others.

Worship With Us

We gather for worship every Sunday at 10:00am. Hope to see you there!

Find Us

We are located at 3104 Doe Run Church Road
in East Fallowfield Pennsylvania.

News Updates


  February 25, 2024

   Second Sunday in Lent

   Expectant Joy

  Worship at 10:00 a.m.

       Adult Sunday School at 9:00 a.m.

February 20, 2024

  Lenten Midweek Prayer Service

   7:00  – 7:45 p.m.  

This Week’s Prayer Style:  Honest Prayers

In this prayer style of honest prayers we prayer for what we honestly desire, no more and no less.

Charlie Zahm at Doe Run Presbyterian Church on March 8, 2024 at 7:00 P.M. Free Will Offering Will Be Taken

Charlie Zahm, based in Chester County PA is one of the most popular soloists at Celtic music festivals, Maritime, and American Traditional music events anywhere east of the Mississippi. With a baritone voice some have described as “coming along once in a generation,” Charlie has become one of the most successful performers on the Celtic festival circuit, weaving magical moments of Scottish and Irish history for the listener and viewer, with passion for the performance and a chosen repertoire pleasing to all members of the family.  A master of the guitar as well, Charlie brings an authentic love and respect for the music he sings-and with dashes of humor and a light in his eyes, he will draw you into the stories of his songs!

When Charlie was old enough to sing, he began appreciating the beautiful Celtic songs and melodies he first heard in the largely Scottish province of his mother’s birth, Ontario, Canada.  Keenly aware of his own heritage, which includes healthy doses of Scottish and Irish blood on both sides of his family, Charlie has collected several hundred popular (as well as beautiful and obscure) selections and now performs them for thousands of fans up and down the Eastern Seaboard and across America.  Today, as one of the most sought-after Celtic singers on the East Coast (he is one of the few singers in the world to be invited to sing twice with Scotland’s “Black Watch”), Charlie performs regularly everywhere from concerts and festivals to television shows and Celtic-themed Caribbean cruises, where his 6’4” frame and powerful baritone make him one of the most memorable performers around.

Tad Marks is a Baltimore-based fiddler who has toured extensively across the U.S. and Europe with top-name groups and is considered one of the finest fiddlers on the East Coast.  His down-home charm and easy-going-style have made him friends across the country, and his fine fiddling on stage with Charlie ranges from hard-driving jigs and reels to the most expressive accompaniment for vocals you will ever hear.  His solo CD releases have received great praise from traditional Celtic and bluegrass fiddle-music lovers alike!  Tad’s music has also been featured on many of Charlie’s albums and dozens of additional CDs by other artists, Tv commercials, and on various other projects.

Steve Hobson is an excellent guitarist, and has played with Charlie at many festivals, concerts and recording events over the last 20 years.  Based in Landenberg, PA, Steve is well known for his studio work, and for playing with the Sin City band, which is almost an institution in that part of the state.  A true master of his instrument, Steve brings so much to every performance!

The Seeds of Joy

On Ash Wednesday, February 14, we begin our 40 day journey through Lent.  Lent is a time of quiet reflection, a time for us to examine ourselves and our relationship with Jesus as we approach the annual commemoration of his death and resurrection.  This year we will be introspective and intentional about our approach to Holy Week and 
Easter.  But this year our study and preparation will surround joy.  What role does joy play in our lives, and how can we nurture and grow that joy?  We will have an immersive season of Lent with our regular weekly worship supplemented with a daily at home devotional and weekly mid-week prayer services on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 p.m.  Plan to be surprised with new and creative approaches to prayer and worship.  This promises to be a meaningful season of preparation!

Personal Daily Devotional for Home Use

The 40 Day Lenten Devotional is available in print or as a PDF.  It is a valuable resource as we journey through Lent and relates to both the Sunday morning and Tuesday evening worship services.  A limited number of printed copies are available in the back of the Sanctuary.

Maundy Thursday: March 28, 2024

7:00 p.m. Tenebrae Service.  This powervul candlelit service will commemorate the last hours of Jesus life through Scripture, experience and song.  Holy Communion will be served.

Good Friday: March 29, 2024

12:00-3:00 p.m.  The Sanctuary will be open for a time of quiet prayer including opportunities to walk the prayer labyrinth.  Instructions will be available for first timers.

Palm Sunday: March 24

9:00 a.m.:  Adult Sunday School in Fellowship Hall

10:00 a.m.:  Worship Service in Sanctuary

Easter Sunday: March 31, 2024

7:00 a.m.:  Easter Sunrise Service, Campfire area in lawn

8:00 a.m.:  Easter Fellowship Breakfast, Fellowship Hall

10:00 a.m.:  Easter Worship in Sanctuary

Women's Bible Study

Join us on Friday mornings at 9:30 a.m. in Fellowship Hall for our study of the book The Gifts of the Jews:  How a Tribe of Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels.  Please contact Deb Leonhard for more information or a copy of the book.

Support for Habitat for Humanity

Over the next 12 months, Doe Run will be partnering with Habitat for Humanity of Chester County to assist with necessary items for their operation.  Habitat likes to provide gifts to the new homeowners and get supplies that they will need for their new homes.  They are also always in need of supplies at the build sites to be able to get the homeowners into their homes.  The Community Program Director at Habitat for Humanity of Chester County has provided us with a list of items that they always need.  Conveniently, there are 12 items on the list, so we will focus on one item for each of the next 12 months.  February‘s contribution is Oven Mitts, Pot Holders, and Dish Towels.  Please place your donations in the laundry basket located in the Nicholas Room, and we will send them off to Habitat at the end of the month.  Thanks to the Deacons for coordinating this project, and thanks for your support!


Deacon's Flower Calendar

Looking for an opportunity to brighten up our worship space? The flower calendar is hanging on the door to the Nicholas Room. Please take a moment to sign up to sponsor flowers for the worship service. Flowers can be placed in honor of or in memory of a loved one, or simply to the glory of God. The cost is $20, and money should be placed in the offering plate with a note with your name and indicating that the money is for flowers. 

AED Training

The church has purchased an AED device (defibrillator) which has been installed in the vestibule.

There are various raining materials on line.  Please visit the Zoll website to view their tutorials.



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