Welcome to QUMC's new website! While it looks different it still has all the same information. All of the menus can be found across the top.  If you can't find what you're looking for or have any questions please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thank you for stopping by and we hope you enjoy our new look!

One of the new features is an Upcoming Events section (look to your right, or continue scrolling if you are using a mobile device).  If you click (or tap) on the event title, you will see detailed event information.  In addition, there is a church calendar available under 'Get Involved'.

If you are a member of the church (or regular attendee) and need to become a registered user, click here for details.

Adult new member classes will be offered this fall. Classes are held on Sundays from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted.

  • Sunday, October 16 - History of the Church (from Jesus to the Middle Ages)
  • Sunday, October 23 - History of Methodism (from Wesley to Quakertown)
  • Sunday, October 30 - Sacraments
  • Sunday, November 6 - Spiritual Gifts
  • Sunday, November 13 - Reception into Full Membership

For more information, or to sign up, contact Pastor Tom at (215) 536-4992 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This Week's Sermon

From the Pastor's Desk

tom robinson bwHockey legend, Wayne Gretzky, made this statement: "You miss 100 percent of the shots you don't take."  I find that the Church misses a lot of its own goals because we fear taking the shot.  We have developed what the business world labeled "analysis paralysis."  We have become so fearful of failure and losing, we try to analyze things to the point of doing nothing in the end...or when we finally make our move, the opportunity is gone.  We're like a young person who has a crush on someone and we're so afraid of looking foolish or saying the wrong thing, we never get up the courage to speak to our crush, and we watch them walk off with someone else.  For example, there is a whole generation of young people out there who are hungry for spiritual reality in their lives.  The Church wants to reach them, but we talk and talk about how to attract them to our buildings and miss the whole point of what they actually need from us. We offer fancy buildings, technology, and donuts.  And while these are good, they are not what they need.  What they need is to find a family of people who can love them with tattoos, nose rings, multi-colored hair and doubts.  They need a family where they can experience God's love through people who welcome their questions, their skepticism, and acknowledge we all struggle, too.  They need a family who loves them the way God loves them: in their confusion, in their searching for identity, and in their recognition that they don't fit the old labels, yet are loved as they are.  These are the "shots" we can take by no longer pretending we know everything and that we are searching, too. - Pastor Tom