As followers of Jesus Christ, we come together to lift our prayers, our voices, and our hearts to the One who is truly worthy of our worship.  It is because of Him that we gather to hear God’s Word and encourage one another to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Savior.  Our prayer is that you find a community of faith where you too can belong and enjoy His presence with others who are on this amazing journey.
Sunday Schedule
8:30 am Traditional Service
9:45 am Sunday School
11:00 am Contemporary Service
Church-20 N. Prince Street, Shippensburg, PA 17257
Church Office-17 N. Penn Street, Shippensburg, PA 17257
Office Hours-Monday-Thursday-8am-3pm  Friday-8am-1pm
Unity (Galatians 3:26-29; Ephesians 4:1-5
Unified in Creed (Mark 12:28-34)
Unified in Attitude & Action (Philippians 2:1-11)
Unified in Organization (UB Denomination; PSC-Organization)
Unified in Aim (Isaiah 2:1-5)
Holiness in Mind/Heart (Romans 12:1-2)
Holiness in Body (Romans 5:1-5; Hebrews 12:1-2; John 2:15-17)
Holiness Practiced (1 Timothy 4:6-10)
Benevolence to the Needy/Lost/Outsider (Matthew 25:37-40)
Benevolence to the Church/PSC Ministries/Denomination (2 Corinthians 8:1-15)
Benevolence to “one another” Sunday School Classes/Small Groups (1 John 2:7-11)
19th Annual-Prince St. Church
Saturday, February 29-Dinner at 5:00 pm
Please bring a hot or a cold dish (dessert will be provided).  Please call (717)532-8404 as soon as possible to reserve your tickets.  Tickets are extremely limited.  There is no charge for the tickets; donations will be accepted.  Tickets may be picked up at the Prince Street Church office, or mailed to you.
Prince Street Church
17 N. Penn St.
Shippensburg, PA 17257

Mining the Mountains-The Daily Dig- January 22, 2020


The Daily Dig (Matthew 13:1-9) Because our Lord’s parables have been treasured through the years as literary masterpieces, we would do well to dig a little deeper to find out why. It seems to me that the Characters are relatable. Again, consider the“Prodigal Son” and the “Good Samaritan.” You have the father, an irresponsible son, an angry older brother, a Priest, a Levite, a hated Samaritan, an inn owner, and of course the audience who was listening. We all can relate to at least one of these Characters. They pull us into the story. Then you have the emotional side of the story. We say things to ourselves like, “Who in their right mind would let a son do that and then take him back?” We get all excited. There are at least three C’s that make Jesus’ parables memorable: Context, Characters, and Catharsis.


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