Memory Verse: “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope. (Jeremiah 29: 11) 

We offer two services on Sunday

  • 8:30 am Traditional service in the Sanctuary
  • 11:00 am Contemporary service in Miller Commons
  • And on 5th Sunday, October 31, a special Combined Worship service in the Sanctuary at 9:30 am only
We’ll continue offering our live stream for those who can’t come to church or feel safer watching from home.
Our Thursday Prayer and Praise Service is available online only.

Joining us in-person?

Our guidelines have been updated recently:
  • Masks optional for vaccinated adults. Masks recommended for unvaccinated adults, with all those 18 years of age or younger required to wear masks.
  • All singers in worship will be masked.
  • There will continue to be no congregational singing.
  • The sanctuary will be open seating, with social distancing when possible. People will be free to sit where they are comfortable.
  • Check-in, communion and offering collection practices will remain as current policy indicates.

Our Services


Pastors Spencer and Allen preach three sermons from Jeremiah 29:1 – 23.

From the abandoned and desolate city of Jerusalem, the prophet Jeremiah wrote a letter to Jewish exiles living in Babylon.
His letter is a word to those who are living where they don’t want to live. The prophet’s word is to settle and thrive in a foreign land.
He assures the people that God hasn’t forgotten them or his promise to them. In fact, the Lord shaped a future and hope for his people then and now.

Our Services

Sunday, November 21, 2021

The Liar’s Club

Jeremiah 29:15 – 23
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching


Sunday, November 14, 2021

A Future That Won’t Disappoint

Jeremiah 29:8 – 13
Rev. Stuart Spencer preaching
Deacon Sunday
Rev. Wesley Allen’s Installation Service, 4:00 pm


Sunday, November 7, 2021

Transformation vs. Modification 

Ezekiel 36:26 – 27
Dave Fauvell preaching
Youth Group Sunday – Our young people take special roles this week.
The Session of the First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown, New Jersey, has called a special meeting of the congregation. This meeting will be held Sunday, November 7, 2021, immediately following the 8:30 am worship service in the sanctuary. This meeting will also be accessible via live stream.


Sunday, October 31, 2021

The Welfare Church

Jeremiah 29:1 – 7
5th Sunday, one service only at 9:30 am
No Adult or Children’s Sunday School or Child Care
Rev. Allen preaching Fifth Sunday
Paul Savage Testimony
Focus: Writing from the ruined city of Jerusalem, Jeremiah drafted a message for the exiled Jews living in far from home. He tells them to unpack their bags and plan to stay.


Join Us for Sunday School


Sunday Morning Adult Education

Join Lorenzo Eagles and Wes Allen on Sunday mornings from 9:45 – 10:45 am in Fellowship Hall or via Zoom for our fall adult education hour.
Each week we will dive headfirst into the Word of God as we reflect on and explore that week’s sermon text.
For questions contact Wes Allen at 856.235.1688, Ext. 101
Meeting ID: 898 5456 3271
Passcode: 739039

Children’s Sunday School

Led by Holly Ascuitto, Director of Children’s Ministry, and our wonderful group of Sunday School Teachers.
Sunday mornings, 10:45 – 11:45 am
Our FPC Moorestown Children’s Sunday School looks a little different this season. We are meeting in Fellowship Hall (with masks and safely distanced), where children will learn all about God’s love through teachings, stories and fun activities. It is a blessed time to share!