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Welcome to Tabor United Methodist Church!

Tabor Church is a dynamic and growing church, with active ministries both in and outside the church walls. There is always something for everyone.

You are welcome to join us anytime!

Our main gathering time is Sunday Morning:

8:00 am until 9:00 am Blended Traditional Worship mainly involving hymns, piano and/or organ music.
9:00 am until 9:30 am Chatroom
9:30 am until 10:30 am Sunday School:
For Children, Pre-K to 6th grade learn about the Bible and application through fun, interactive experiences.
For Youth, 7th through 12th a leader-directed discussion group focused on intersections of Christian faith and life experience.
For Adults we have B.A.S.I.C. (Becoming A Solid, Involved Christian) – Foundation instruction for those wanting to learn how to follow Jesus, and Elective Spiritual Growth Groups of various topics.
10:45 am until 12:00 noon Contemporary Worship music led by various praise teams, consisting of vocalists, guitars, keyboard, drums and other instruments.
7:30 pm until 9:00 pm Impact Service for seekers, Young Adult designed and led.

*Please refer to our calendar for any changes in service times.

We are located at 2209 Hendricks Station Road, Woxall, PA 18979
Please use Harleysville for dedicated GPS units.

Call us at 215-234-4852 for any questions.
Fax us at 215-234-8255
Church Office for Hours Monday – Friday, 8am to 1pm
See our Calendar for Seasonal Office Hours

Church News:
  • Holy (Maundy) Thursday Service, 4/17/14 at 7:30 PM – Tenebrae with a Dramatic Presentation Come to the Tabor United Methodist Church on Holy (Maundy) Thursday, 4/17/14 at 7:30 PM for a Tenebrae Service of Worship (a service of increasing darkness which traces Jesus’ journey to the cross). Included will be a dramatic presentation by Mr. Jack Hartle titled “The Centurion.” Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleEmailPrintMoreDiggRedditLinkedInStumbleUponPinterestTumblrPocket Read more
  • Sunday, April 13th, 2014 Unity Sunday (Palm Sunday Cantata) – One Service of Worship at 9:00 am – You Want to Be There! 8:30 am  Chatroom – Come and enjoy a cup of coffee (and possibly more) before worship in the Fellowship Hall!   9:00 am  Worship – Palm Sunday Cantata!   10:30 am  Sunday School – All classes (children and adult) will meet as usual, but at this different time.   11:30 am  Fellowship Lunch – Good food and fellowship for everyone! Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogleEmailPrintMoreDiggRedditLinkedInStumbleUponPinterestTumblrPocket Read more
  • “Finished!” (4/6/14) Pastor Blaik J. Westhoff John 19 1. Do you know of any famous half- completed projects? Do you have any half-completed projects of your own? 2. What about Jesus? He died at age 33. Did he leave any projects half-completed? 3. On the cross, Jesus said, “It is finished.” What did he mean by that? What does this mean for us? Further Study: Re-read ... Read more
  • “Sifted, Saved, and Strengthened” (3/30/14) Pastor Blaik J. Westhoff Luke 22:1-46 1. Have you ever had the worst in you brought out for all to see? 2. The enemy wants to sift you too! Lets expose satan’s plan! What are some tactics satan tries to use against you? 3. Jesus tells Peter that after the sifting, he can actually strengthen the other disciples. The same can ... Read more
  • “Redeeming Nature by Supernatural Means” (3/23/14) Mr. Lee Corpier Ephesians 2:1-7 1. How would you define the Supernatural? Have you experienced something supernatural in your life? 2. God calls every believer a joint heir of His kingdom; what other things have you been called? Does knowing that we began supernaturally give you a different perspective about the nature of man? 3. Have you ever experienced ... Read more
  • “God is Working His Purpose Out” (3/16/14) Pastor Blaik J. Westhoff Genesis 45:1-46:7 1. Sometimes good things can come out of bad things. Have you ever experienced that in your own life? 2. God is at work in Joesph life even when he is not aware of it. Write down some examples you see. 3. What is the greatest example of God working for good in the worst ... Read more

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