We are an Intergenerational Community

We are seeking to be a community of love and belonging. We love members, visitors, neighbors, young and old!

We have a New Vision for our Future

We seek to more fully embody our Christian commitment to love our neighbors, and this is how we intend to do it!

We are Gathered to Grow in Love and Understanding

We are gathered by God's leading in times of worship, prayer, fellowship, and study to grow in our capacity to love one another.

We are Sent to Serve in Love and Compassion

We are sent out from our gatherings to love and serve this world with love and compassion until all persons know well-being and peace!


Our warm, welcoming, and joyful Sunday 10AM worship gatherings include both those gathered in-person and those gathered via Zoom. We know that almost every congregation says that "all are welcome," but we are trying to really embody that claim to the best of our ability.  Our constitution affirms: 


The unity of believers in Christ is reflected in the rich diversity of the Church’s membership. In Christ, by the power of the Spirit, God unites persons through baptism regardless of race, ethnicity, age, sex, disability, geography, or theological conviction. There is therefore no place in the life of the Church for discrimination against any person."


Children spend part of the worship hour with Lynne Klepacki in the children's room, and otherwise are invited to be with parents or guardians and participate in all of our worship practices. Our sanctuary room is a sanctuary FOR children and not FROM them - kid noises expected and celebrated!



                       Worship Meeting ID: 863-779-594

                       Worship Password: 001874

                       Dial-in Phone #: 1 929 436 2866



In preparation for the January 21, 2024 Annual Meeting of the Congregation, here is the 2023 VFPC Annual Report!


2023 VFPC Annual Report
2023 Compiled Annual Report.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [4.4 MB]



A: Our parking lot entrance is off Independence Road.  Using 227 Independence Road (19406) as a destination in your GPS/Maps App will get you closest to the entrance.


B: A set of concrete steps leads from the parking lot to the main level of our campus.


C: A set of red wooden doors off the corner of the parking lot lead to the Fellowship Hall, which is also the home of the Upper Merion Area Community Cupboard.   The Sanctuary and Main Office are handicap accessible from the parking lot by entering through the Fellowship Hall doors and taking the elevator up to the main level.


D: The entrance to the Office Area and the front of the Sanctuary.


E: The entrance to the Narthex and rear of the Sanctuary.  


F: The Christian Education building includes the Nursery, VFPC Preschool, Chapel, Library, and Neighborhood Meals on Wheels office.


G: The Sanctuary, Office, and Christian Education Building can also be more easily handicap accessible (without the need of stairs or elevator) by parking along the curbside of Town Center Road. 




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