Vincent Mennonite Church is located at 39 Seven Stars Rd., Spring City, PA. We have been in existence for 277 years, founded 40 years before our country gained its independence. Our current church was built in 1974 and is situated on a rural lot with a pavilion built in a grove of trees.
Our current pastor is Pastor Tim Moyer. Our current leadership structure consists of 3 teams: Elder Team, Lay Ministry Team, and the Administration Commission.
Our Vision for Vincent Mennonite Church is “For all people to become followers of Jesus Christ with us, and to nurture one another in a Christ-centered life of Worship and Service.”
Vincent is a unique and exciting church; a harmonious blend of believers from a diversity of backgrounds and ethnicities who support one another as we collectively follow Christ. We are a warm and friendly congregation that nurtures an atmosphere where visitors quickly realize that they are valued and welcome. We are committed to maintaining our core foundational beliefs while at the same time endeavoring to present the message of Christ in a manner that is relevant to each person.
Some of the weekly events that we offer to our church and community include Youth Group activities, Son Seekers, (ages 10 through 8th grade), Ladies Support Group, and Sunday School. Monthly events include Ladies Sewing Circle and Children’s Church. Yearly events include Vacation Bible School, The Country Fair/Antique Tractor Show, Mother/Daughter Banquet, Father/Son Baseball Picnic, Harvest Party, potluck fellowship meals, and a Reading Phillies Excursion. We also have special services during the year centered around Good Friday, Easter, Communion, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Seasonal events include Adult Choir and Children’s Choir.
The Orphan Ministry is a new ministry at Vincent. The purpose of this ministry is to inform and make available opportunities for the congregation and the community to provide for the needs of orphans in this country and abroad. It is in response to God’s mandate to bring justice, care, and protection to the fatherless and oppressed. The Orphan Ministry will be spearheading one to two projects per year to aid orphans.