Here's What's Happening at Boehm's Church...
Have you ever wanted to explore Boehm's IN THE DARK?? Us too! That's why our January Family Fun Night theme is IN THE DARK!!! We'll have flashlights and glowsticks and lots of fun, and we hope you can make it!
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Boehm's Church is postponing its next All-Abilities Talent Show on due to anticipated inclement weather on the evening of Saturday, January 18th. Please stay tuned for updates!! There will be a free will offering to benefit KenCrest, a non-profit organization providing educational and support services to persons (and their families) with developmental and/or intellectual differences. To learn more about them, please check out their website at: KenCrest.org.
After postponing the training that was to be held on Saturday, January 11th, at Boehm’s United Church of Christ due to a family emergency, we are pleased to share that the Faith-Based LGBTQIA+ Cultural Competency Training will take place on Saturday, May 9, 2020 at Boehm's!
Boehm’s United Church of Christ was chosen by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission to receive a historical marker commemorating the life and work of John Philip Boehm (1683-1749). The marker, which was unveiled on Saturday, June 23rd, 2018, during a dedication ceremony, recognizes Rev. Boehm's instrumental work in founding the Reformed Church in Pennsylvania and introducing a unique form of constitutional church government in colonial America.
The historical marker program, administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, captures the memory of people, places, events and innovations that have affected the lives of Pennsylvanians over the centuries since William Penn founded his commonwealth. More than 2,000 cast aluminum markers, all across the Keystone State, tell the important and interesting stories that are part of the history of Pennsylvania.