Worship INDOORS for Sunday, May 30, 2021
Because of the rainy forecast, St. Gabriel’s will hold its 8:00 and 10:30 am services tomorrow (Sunday, May 30) indoors in the MAIN SANCTUARY. You are welcome to join us in-person! Please wear a mask and remain distanced from non-family members.
We were originally planning to return to indoor in-person worship next week, but the rain means we are starting our indoor worship a week early!
You can always join us virtually on Facebook Live for our 10:30 am service.
300th Anniversary Celebration
Join Us on September 18th and 19th
Saturday Events from 11 am to 4 pm
10:30 am - Holy Eucharist worship service with Rt. Rev. Kevin Nichols
12:00 pm - Potluck BBQ luncheon outdoors
Please bring a side dish or dessert if you are able
Indoor Worship at St. Gabriel's
We are currently worshiping indoors for all three services. Masks and distancing are required at all services to protect everyone’s safety.
We will continue to stream the 10:30 service on our Facebook Live page.
Please call our church office (610-385-3144) if you have questions or concerns.
Worship at St. Gabriel's
Weekend Worship Services
Jo Rivera's Testimonial
Over the course of 2021, several folks from St. Gabriel’s will share a bit about their faith journeys, how they came to St. Gabriel’s, and why they continue to make this community their spiritual home.
Our most recent speaker is Jo Rivera. She shares a bit about both her faith journey and spiritual journey, as well as where she has found sustenance on her walk with God.
No services at St. Gabriel's
until at least Sunday, May 3.
April 2, 2020
As we continue to learn more about the current pandemic, we are discovering that more drastic measures must be taken in order to protect, not just the vulnerable, but all people in our communities. In light of recommendations from medical experts, … Read More
The Vestry Calls
The Rev. Andrew VanBuren
The Rev. Andrew VanBuren has been called as St. Gabriel’s Priest-in-Charge. Details to follow.
New Podcast with Presiding Bishop
St. Gabriel's has a new organist/choirmaster
What We Believe\n
Episcopalians believe in a loving, liberating, and life-giving God: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We believe in following the teachings of Jesus Christ, whose life, death, and resurrection saved the world. We believe that God loves you – no exceptions.\n \n
\n \n Episcopal Church\n\n
Jake Leonowitz joined us as our new Organist/Choirmaster on April 28, 2019.
Jake is a summa cum laude 2016 graduate of Duquesne University and has returned to his Berks County roots as the 7-12 Strings/Orchestra teacher in the Governor Mifflin School District in Shillington, PA.
For more information about Jake, click here.
St. Gabriel's has a new Priest-in-Charge
The Vestry of St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church is delighted to announce the calling of The Reverend Andrew VanBuren as the parish’s new Priest-in-Charge.
The Reverend Andrew VanBuren will join us as our new Priest-in-Charge on August 19, 2019. The date is tentative pending signing of the Letter of Agreement.
Rev. Andrew comes to St. Gabriel’s from Clifton Springs, New York, where he served as Rector for St. John’s Episcopal Church from 2015 until very recently, as well as serving as a District Dean in the Diocese of Rochester.
Rev. Andrew earned his M.Div. from the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School in 2015 and holds an undergraduate degree from Swarthmore.
Rev. Andrew and his wife Becca were married in June. Becca grew up in Pennsburg, PA, attended Boyertown High School, and is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music with an M.Ed. in Music Education.
This summer they are both working at the Lake Delaware Boys Camp in Delhi, NY. Rev. Andrew is serving as chaplain to the boys and Becca is assisting with the camp music program.