Trinity Christian Reformed Church

A loving group of people devoted to Jesus.

Located in historic Marple Newtown

In suburban Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Serving God and His people

An old message told in new ways.

Visit Bethlehem on Christmas Eve for a Unique Family Experience

Meet the Roman soldiers, trying to collect Roman taxes. Listen to the prophets and speak with the Wise Men. Visit the shepherds in the field. Hear the innkeeper complain about how busy it is and how bad he feels that he could not accommodate the young couple. Enjoy the carols of the angels.

You will follow the trail to the manger where Mary and Joseph, like any young parents, joyfully show off their new, firstborn son! But this is not just any baby – find out what makes him so special!

Take a few minutes to experience Christmas in a new way!

Finish your shopping during the day, then take a few minutes with your family to be filled with wonder as the Christmas story unfolds. Enjoy a warm drink afterwards and be free to head off to family and friends for your evening Christmas Eve celebrations.

Time: Anytime between 4:30-6:00pm Christmas Eve, December 24
Location: Trinity Christian Reformed Church, 144 Lawrence Rd., Broomall
Information: 610-356-4389

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Worship: Sunday, 10 a.m.

144 Lawrence Rd.

Broomall, PA 19008

Tel: 610-356-4389

Pastor: Norman Viss

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Worship happens every day as we work and play in God’s world.


We believe service to our community is very important.


There are many ways to get connected at Trinity.


A loving group of people devoted to Jesus…..


“Advent” is Latin for “coming” and “arrival”. During Advent we wait in anticipation for the arrival of Jesus on earth. We are also waiting patiently for Jesus’ second coming. During this Advent season we will highlight the continuities and discontinuities between Jesus’ first arrival and his second. The goal is to boost our sense of urgency, readiness and delight in a full-orbed “Advent”. In the times in which we live, that is a welcome exercise.