Manayunk Congregation

4101 Freeland Ave, Philadelphia, PA

Sundays, 9:30 & 11:15am

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Center City Congregation

1336 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA

Sundays, 10:00am

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Psalms - Ancient Wisdom for Modern Living

The Psalms offer us God-breathed, ancient wisdom for contemporary situations. Who doesn’t want to know how to enjoy a life of contentment, fight stress or face doubt? We all share the challenges in common and the Psalms offer a unique perspective.

Manayunk Sermons

The Joy of God's Forgiveness


Psalm 32


King David did not have a quiet life, but he had a quiet heart. In Psalm 131, the Poet-King offers a window into how we can learn to enjoy soul-quiet


Psalm 131

The Freedom of Self-Forgetfulness by Tim Keller

Peace Be Still: Learning Psalm 131 By Heart by David Powlison

Celebration is a lost art in the 21st century church, but Psalm 145 gives us a guide to this joyous, ancient practice.


Psalm 145

ESV Study Bible

It's easy to fret, or become envious, or even bitterly angry when things don't go our way. In Psalm 37, David recalls how easy it is to fret when the unrighteous seem to prosper. He counsels the righteous man to "fret not" and instead to trust, delight, and hope in God.


Psalm 1 offers us a portrait of the truly content person.


Psalm 1

A Commentary on The Psalms by Allen P. Ross

Center City Sermons