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You Found Us!

Welcome! We are glad you took time to visit our website and look forward to this opportunity to introduce our congregation. We invite you to join us on our path of spiritual growth and mission service in our community and world.

Our congregation values Christian Education and welcomes opportunities to participate in mission with all of God’s children.

As you explore our website we hope you experience the love of God and the hospitality of the congregation while we celebrate open hearts, open minds and open doors.

Please join us for Worship and Sunday School this Sunday at 10 am!  The first Sunday of each month we celebrate communion with an open table for all that wish to receive.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

God Bless,
Pastor Cyndi

Yardley United Methodist Church
Open hearts, Open minds, Open doors


What Next?

Many church pastors take vacation after Easter, with good reason. After orchestrating all of that joyous celebration and promise of new life, we crawl into bed and wait for new life to come to us! And it does, sometimes slowly. It’s hard to explain how emotionally draining Lent and Holy Week can be. Pastors know […]

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Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School at Yardley United Methodist Church is right around the corner!  This year’s theme is Maker Fun Factory; Created By God, Built For A Purpose.  Here are the quick details… When…June 19th through the 22nd Time…5:30pm until 8:00pm (Dinner included each evening!) Ages…4-years old through completed 6th grade **We’ll have a special group […]

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Grace Café April 9th, 2017

YUMC has been supporting Grace Café at the Arch Street United Methodist Church twice a year for the last several years.  Grace Café is a worship service and restaurant style community meal for individuals experiencing homelessness and struggling with food insecurity. Grace Café serves meals to approximately 200 individuals every Sunday evening and this mission […]

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Make space for God

You may think of Lent as a time of deprivation, a time to give up something you love. The classic choice is chocolate, but you’ll never hear me tell you to give up chocolate! Rather than a time of deprivation, you can think of Lent as an opportunity, not to suffer, but to grow. Looked […]

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OUR BELIEFS. THEIR WORDS.

IMAGINE WHAT LIFE WOULD BE LIKE IF WE ALL SAW THE WORLD WITH THE HOPE AND WONDER OF A CHILD. SEE FOR YOURSELF WHAT IT MEANS TO LIVE WITH OPEN HEARTS, OPEN MINDS, AND OPEN DOORS.  What does it mean to have open hearts, open minds, and open doors? (2:10) More Our Beliefs. Their Words. […]

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