Mission and Service Opportunities

Within the life of Thompson Church there are boundless opportunities for mission and service, both within our congregation and in the broader community.  We know that people have wide-ranging gifts and interests; our hope is to find a place that is a good fit for everyone in our church family.

There are a variety of ways to serve or to get involved in our church.  We have groups ranging from study to service to music.  

Click a button below to check out the variety of Local Mission Projects and our Global Mission Partner. These projects range from local events to international mission trips. There is sure to be something for everyone! You can also learn how we serve our local Community through support programs.


Featured Mission ProjectS


One table 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 as well as 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 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 and the Wendy's by 2:15.

Congregational Members...  We need your help to make each meal special.   We need home-cooked food, volunteers to set up and clean up, and most of all we need you to attend and fellowship with one another and our guests.   Learn More.


"sPRING eDITION", tHE CHURCH HAS LEFT THE BUILDING

The fall version of The Church Has Left The Building has been so successful, you asked for more! Meet the "Spring Edition" of TCHLTB -- new to 2017. This will be a mini-version of the fall event and the projects will be held over the weekends of April 29/30 and May 6/7 . Church services WILL still be held both weekends.

 

THE CHURCH HAS LEFT THE BUILDING

'Inside Out' was the theme for The Church Has Left The Building 2016. On Saturday, November 5, and Sunday, November 6, 170+ people lived their faith outside the walls of our church by participating in 16 service projects to minister to the local community and beyond!  

Some of our projects: packing breakfast bags at the church for shut-ins; providing coffee hour and fellowship at an outdoor church for the homeless; cleaning up seniors' yards; collecting donated goods for a thrift shop that benefits local children; soliciting food donations at a local grocery store, getting our youth camp ready for winter, and our kids in the nursery making cards for seniors!