Welcome to Citylight

Worship God. Love One Another. Serve Our City.

Manayunk

Sundays, 9:30 & 11:15 AM

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4101 Freeland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19128
(corner of Freeland & Shurs)
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Public transportation nearby (see map)
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Free parking & carpool available
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Childcare offered during both services

Manayunk

Sundays, 9:30 & 11:15 AM

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4101 Freeland Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19128
(corner of Freeland & Shurs)
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Public transportation nearby (see map)
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Free parking & carpool available
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Childcare offered during both services

Center City

Sundays, 10:00 AM

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1336 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
(corner of Spring Garden & Broad)
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Public transportation nearby (see map)
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Free parking & carpool available
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Childcare offered during service

Center City

Sundays, 10:00 AM

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1336 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19123
(corner of Spring Garden & Broad)
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Public transportation nearby (see map)
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Free parking & carpool available
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Childcare offered during service

Sundays

We gather as one church across two congregations on Sunday mornings.

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Citygroups

Small groups that meet throughout the week to share a meal, study Scripture, pray for one another, and serve their community.

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Serving

It's the grace of God and our amazing team of volunteers that makes Sunday morning happen. All of our serving teams are critical to our mission of making disciples. Interested?

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Counseling

We experience hurts and sins at the hands of fallen and broken people. Our team of counselors speak hope and healing, based on the Bible, into those situations.

Talk to a counselor

Giving

We rely on the sacrificial support of our members and long-time attenders to help further the mission of Citylight in Philadelphia.

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Beliefs

The Gospel of Jesus Christ is at the heart of everything we do at Citylight. Learn more about what we believe and how we may differ from other churches.

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"Religious and irreligious people alike recognize that few documents have had as much influence on Western culture as the Ten Commandments. President John Adams once wrote, “As much as I love, esteem and admire the Greeks, I believe the Hebrews have done more to enlighten and civilize the world. Moses did more than all their legislators and philosophers.” Whether a fervent believer or a fervent skeptic, history has proven that the Ten Commandments are exceptionally relevant to each of our lives. The Ten Commandments are perhaps most relevant for a reason you may not suspect: they teach us how to be truly free. God gave the Ten Commandments to Israel just after He set them free from slavery in Egypt. The Commandments show them how to live the way they were intended. God set them free and then gave them the commandments to teach them how to live like free people."

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