Here's What's Happening at Boehm's Church...
for the Stephen Siller
Tunnel to Towers Foundation
Sunday, March 10th @ 4:00 p.m.
Please join us for the next High Note Vocals Studio Concert on March 10th. Come hear gifted vocalist from all over the North Penn area. A free will offering will be taken to benefit the Tunnel to Towers Foundation--who help the families of those first responders and service personnel who gave their lives protecting others.
Friday Family Fun Night!
Friday, March 15th @ 5:30 P.M.
Our next Family Fun Night at Boehm’s UCC is scheduled for Friday,March 15th at 5:30pm.
Join us for dinner and an evening of fun for ALL ages. We welcome everyone and encourage you to invite some friends along, too!
Upcoming Family Fun Nights (mark your calendars!): May 17 and June 14,
We promise you will have a wonderful time!
Saturday, March 16th
9:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M.
Soul Circle is a monthly gathering for women that gives us the opportunity to spend time together nurturing our inner voice of wisdom. It is a time to listen to ourselves and each other, to drink in the quiet that we often do not have in our busy, noisy world, and
to experience true refreshment of the soul.
We will gather every 3rd Saturday (through June) in the parlor, from 9am to 11am. am looking forward to seeing YOU there!
The Historical Marker is Unveiled!
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.