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Steve is sharing the message this Sunday. 

His text is Ephesians 3:14-21
and his title is,
Filled with His Fullness.
Reconciliation Meditation

Because this is the fourth Sunday of October,
there are no staffed classes for children
birth through Grade 2,   
but some rooms are unlocked 
should you need them: 

The Woodlands (Nursery, Rm 3),
Mom's (Rm 2),
and the Nest (Infant, Rm 1) 
are open.

Children Grade 3 and above are welcome to join
together for
Catechism Class this Sunday
in the Internet Cafe
during the sermon.
Dear Friends,
Confessing our faith together is a way to demonstrate our unity. We say together, with enthusiasm, a summary of what we believe. We began to do this as a regular practice three weeks ago. This week we'll continue with a new summary of our faith.
Over the centuries, the Christian church has written many wonderful creeds and confessions. Although they are not inspired and authoritative as the Bible is, to the extent they reflect the Bible's teaching, they are useful for teaching and evangelism.
The need for creeds and confessions is established by Scripture. We have already used the early confession that Paul repeated for the Corinthians in I Corinthians 15:3-6. This week we'll use another Biblical confession, found in I Timothy 3:16.
I'll print it for you below so you can be familiar with it before we gather on Sunday morning. 
I look forward to seeing you!
Your servant in Christ's cause,

From I Timothy 3:16

An important part of our worship is when we unite in our confession of the Christian faith. We are thankful that Christians have been free to openly confess their faith in the United States.

But if that changes, whether we are free to confess our faith or not, we will boldly do so.

Christian, what do you believe?

I believe that Jesus is Lord.

He was manifested in the flesh,

Vindicated by the Spirit,

Seen by angels,

Proclaimed among the nations,

Believed on in the world,

Taken up in glory.

Great indeed, we confess, is the mystery of godliness!


There will be a short Q & A after this coming Sunday's service. 
This is a time to hear the latest from the elders and Matt,
and for the body
to ask questions of the church leadership.

Have you ever thought about education being an open door for the Gospel in the Muslim world? Over the next few weeks, this will be our focus of prayer.

It was education that prompted "Neima" to ask questions and seek answers. And ultimately, it was her studies that led her to find answers in Jesus Christ. 

Because Jesus is the Answer. 

All around the world today Muslims are learning, discovering, exploring, reasoning, and questioning. They are seeking Truth. 

Jesus said, “I AM the Truth.”

May education be a door that leads many Muslims to Jesus. Just like "Neima."

Let's Pray!

There is a glorious day in our future. 
A day when every nation, tribe, people, and language will stand before His throne.
We will unite our voices in crying,
“Salvation belongs to our God, who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb.” 

May multitudes of Muslims be there that day,
joining in that eternal chorus.


It's Shoebox Time! 

Let's share the true meaning of Christmas!

Over the coming weeks, people across our nation will be packing
gift-filled shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child. 

Each shoebox that you fill with gifts represents an opportunity to
share the gospel of Jesus Christ. 
As our church partners hand out these gift boxes,
they present the gospel and offer booklets that tell the story of
Jesus Christ in the local language.

A display with shoeboxes, labels, and more specifics
will be set up in our Chapel,
and Harvest Bible Chapel and Swedesford Road Church
are joining together on

Saturday evening, November 13thto pack shoeboxes. 

All are encouraged and welcome to participate!

Watch here!!
Operation Christmas Child

Swedesford Road Church

Senior Pastor and Elders’ Mission and Vision Statements

I. Summary statements 

    A. Mission: A statement meant  to be permanent and to express unity with all faithful churches.

        Our mission comes from Matthew 28:18-20, and is, under the authority of the exalted Christ, to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to observe all that Jesus commanded, both through his teaching during his earthly ministry and through the apostles who completed his teaching and wrote moved by the Holy Spirit.

    B. Vision:  A statement that may be updated periodically and expresses our unique calling as a particular church. 

         Swedesford Road Church will thrive in its strategic location by preaching the riches of Christ, building up the body to do the work of the ministry, mentoring aspiring pastors, and planting and revitalizing like-minded churches. 

    C. The elements of worship will include: 

         1. Call to worship in the words of Scripture 

         2. Congregational singing 

         3. Confession of faith by the congregation 

         4. Confession of sin by the congregation
             and affirmation of pardon 

         5. Pastoral prayer

         6. Reading of Scripture 

         7. Preaching of the word 

         8. Sacrament of the Lord’s supper
        9.  Benediction in the words of Scripture

Our body received a great update from Vince and Robert Chiaravalloti,
Italian missionaries with whom we are closely connected.  Read it here:

News From Vince & Roberta
Swedesford Road's Livestream services
have a
NEW YouTube location!

The new address is
Swedesford Road Church,
and the link below will take you there!

NEW! SRC YouTube Link for Sunday Services

Men's Study

There is an ongoing Men's Study from
6-7 am on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. 

This study meets at the church and  is working through the
Gospel of John.  

If you have any questions,
feel free to contact Chris Wright at 610.888.8669.

Church Family Contact Info 
There is an up-to-date list available of all those in our church family. This list is only available by contacting Terry Hall, the Ministry Coordinator. 
Ministry Coordinator

Please note that we are still using  a Zoom link for the 
7:30 a.mprayer time on Wednesday mornings.
Zoom Link for Wednesday Prayer Gathering


Some people who have been giving online or via text are continuing to do so.  Thank you! For those who wish to start but don’t know how, here are the ways:
- Text 843-21 on your phone, where you will be able to enter an amount to give.

- Or, if you'd like to give online, click the blue "Online Giving" button below, and you'll be redirected to a secure site where you can give a one-time gift or schedule withdrawals.

Online Giving
Note: For each bank account debit, we are charged $0.25. For each withdrawal from a credit card we are charged $0.25 plus 3% of the total.
If you would like to contribute to our Barnabas Fund (a fund to help those in financial need), there are a few ways to do so: go to  Next to the dollar amount you can select Barnabas, as opposed to General (the default is General Fund). 

You can also mail a check to the church, as the mail is still collected several times during the week. Unless otherwise directed, all giving will be assumed to be for General Fund.
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