While everyone is always welcome here, Thompson is especially pleased to open its doors to the greater community through organizations that serve the local population.
 

PRO-ACT Family education program

Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church is partnering with Doylestown Presbyterian Church, and The Council of Southeast PA to aggressively address the growing problem of addiction to drugs and alcohol in our community.  DPC and TMPC will partner in presenting the Family Education Program course developed by PRO-ACT, the Council’s advocacy arm. The mission of these churches is to provide a safe environment and a community of grace for families and individuals to learn about addiction and how to deal with it through the presentation of the Family Education Program. 

This is a three-week program that will alternate monthly between the two churches. In the month where Thompson hosts, the program is held on Wednesdays at 7 pm.  Check our calendar for the next cycle (tip: look for 'PRO-ACT' calendar entries).  

To learn more about this program or other program locations, visit the Addiction Awareness Initiative website or the Family Education Program page on The Council of Southeast PA's website. If you want to learn more about volunteering to be a facilitator at TMPC, please contact Pastor Stuart Spencer.

 

COMMUNITY MEAL

On the second Sunday of each month, from 12:30-1:30, Thompson Church hosts a free meal open to everyone in our church family and the local community.  No RSVP is needed.  We will always have an open place at our table for you.  Transportation by van is provided from the Wendy's parking lot in Doylestown at 11:45 and from the New Hope Solebury High School parking lot at 12:15 on every second Sunday.  The van will return passengers to the High School lot by 1:45.  *July and August meals will take place from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm.  Transportation will be adjusted as well...  Van pick-up in Doylestown at 10:15 and New Hope at 10:45.

 

alcoholic anonymous meetings

The Foglifters AA group meets here every day at 7 am. There is also a men's group that meets on Thursday night at 7 pm. To learn more about AA, visit these websites: aa.org or sobrietyonline.org, or simply show up at a meeting.