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Saturday, April 20th



This Is Love:

Love That Forgives Our Sin

Pastor Rick



Guest Worship Leader:

Dan Jameson




The answer may seem obvious - that God demonstrated his love for us; that we when we were still sinners, Christ died for us (Romans 5:8).  What might not be as obvious is how this love has power today to transform every aspect of our lives.


This season you are invited to join us for a special three-week series starting Easter weekend.  Bring a friend or neighbor, and we'll discover together that the resurrection still changes everything. #thisislove  Saturday's at 6:00 p.m.


Saturday, April 19th: Love That Forgives Our Sin

Saturday, April 27th: Love That Conquers Death

Satuday, May 3rd: Love That Makes All Things New


Saturday, April 20, 2019

  • 10:00 AM Mallard Food Ministry
  • 12:30 PM Easter Celebration with Mallard Residents
  • 6:00 PM Church Service
  • 7:30 PM Dessert Fellowship

Sunday, April 21, 2019

                        HAPPY EASTER




We have invited the Drexel Hills community to join us for the "This Is Love' series beginning on April 20th.  Please bring your favorite dessert to share with your old and your new friends!  The church will provide beverages to accompany your creative confections.




Our next Mallard Food Ministry date is April 20th.  Food delivery at 10:00 a.m. followed by an Easter Celebration with the residents at 12:30  p.m. Everyone is invited to participate in this ministry!


We are in need of paper products for our food ministry to Mallard Apartments including tissues, napkins, paper towels and toilet paper. 


We are also collecting boxed and canned goods, soup, soap, shampoo, other toiletries, dish soap, toilet paper and paper towels.  Also we will be collecting "Ensure" for one of the residents.


Thank you always for your generous donations to this ministry.





When: April 27th

Time: 7:30 PM

Theme:  Party Sub Night




Join us after service for our monthly fellowship meal.  Sub provided.  Please bring your favorite side dish, dessert or beverage to share.  All are invited!!



Medard's House is a primary polling location.  They are in need of baked goods to sell on May 21st.  Proceeds benefit Medard's House.  Sign up sheet is on the table by the Kitchen.




Mark your calendars for these upcoming outreaches!


Thursday, May 2nd is National Day of Prayer.  We will be joining Medard's House in a human prayer cain on Bridge Street, New Cumberland.  We will be praying for our nation and community.  Meet at the church at 5:30 p.m.  Please join us!


Saturday, May 4th is New Cumberland Community Day.  We will have a booth located on Bridge Street.  The event is from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.  Please join us!


Edge Church Community Day - Stay tuned for details!!


Video Chat


"The Fruits of the Spirit"

Teacher: Bob Morrison

Helper: Linda Morrison


Offering Week Ending
April 13, 2019


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The Edge needs YOU!  There is blessing in volunteering - please prayerfully consider serving in one of the following areas:

  • Nursery Helpers
  • Children's Ministry Helpers
  • Youth/Young Adult
  • Worship Team
  • Greeter / Usher
  • Cleaning Team





Our Community Aid box still exists!  Donations of clothing, handbags, shoes, coats, etc. to the Community Aid Box located in our former church home parking lot, will help us reach out to those in our community who are in need. 







Movie Review- Unplanned

Rated R


Did you see the Mel Gibson movie, The Passion of the Christ?

I remember being incredibly upset at the way Jesus was abused yet, it was one of the best movies I had ever seen.


In many ways, Unplanned struck me in a similar way.  The subject matter is about a young mother and wife who first begins as a volunteer and then works her way up to Executive Director of a Planned Parenthood abortion facility.  At first the character believes that abortion is only one of the services they provide.  It becomes very apparent that abortion is THE business enterprise and the source of all their profits.  Nothing else matters to Planned Parenthood.


The movie follows the character’s ascendency in the Planned Parenthood organization.  One major promotion was precisely because she was able to view the POC (products of conception) without losing her composure.  Thankfully they did not actually show the contents of these containers but you knew from the very clear dialog exactly what was in these containers.


The movie goes to great lengths to follow the Planned Parenthood counselors as they repeatedly lie to the troubled women who just want their problem to “go away”.  The lies are simply incredulous but to a young girl without much hope, the clinic generally signs the girls up for “a procedure”.  There are troubling scenes of an ultrasound in which the baby is clearly trying to escape the abortionists instrument. Children are vacuumed out of the uterus and excessive bleeding from a miscarriage and a botched abortion will wrench you deeply inside.  THIS MOVIE WILL TROUBLE YOU!


I spent much of the movie crying my eyes out.  I could not stop thinking that abortion is America’s twenty-first century holocaust.  So, I was very uncomfortable during the movie.  However, this abomination is all around us.  In the Old testament, the Canaanites use to sacrifice their babies to the demon god Molech.  It struck me that this is exactly what is going on today…..HERE.


At first there are a few Christians in the story who were jerks shouting out at the girls.  However, after several minutes, a group of Christians enter the scene with a genuine love and compassion.  Our character eventually has an epiphany of the humanity of the babies and begins to work tirelessly with the believers in Jesus to proclaim the truth.  I believe most people left the theater uplifted.  I certainly was.


There are conflicts which I do not want to spoil for you.  However, as upsetting as the subject matter is, it was the best Christian movie I have seen since Mel Gibson’s Passion.  It was one of the most troubling movies I have ever seen and one of the best movies I have ever seen at the same time.  It’s been two days and I am still tearing up.

At one point in my Christian life I was very involved in the Pro-Life movement.  I think I need to get back in the fight.


My advice?  See this movie if you dare.  However, know in advance that you will be both completely wrecked and challenged in a way that few movies can do.  A +     Pastor Ken



The Edge meets Saturday evenings at 6:00 p.m.


The Edge Church
1120 Drexel Hills Blvd

New Cumberland, PA 17070



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New Cumberland, PA 17070


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