St.Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church

   50 East Plumstead Avenue,
   Lansdowne, Pennsylvania

We're located 3 blocks east of North Lansdowne Avenue

Livestream worship Sundays at 10:30 a.m. Join us for livestream worship at 10:30 a.m. Your heart; Christ's home.

July 12: Debts or Trespasses
Pastor Art Tung preaching

You can also join the online service by phone:
Dial-in: 1-929-205-6099
Meeting ID: 860 0274 0088

Contact Us:

The Rev. Art Tung, Pastor
    Office Phone: 610-622-6161

School Supply Drive

Our annual school supply drive will be held again this year through August 2. However schools reopen, many children will need supplies – maybe more this year than ever – for school assignments.

Easiest way to donate this year is using this link to an online wish list.

If you prefer to shop, download the list of items needed. This list includes options for dropping off school supplies when churches reopen.


Answer the 2020 Census Today

It's essential that every resident complete the 2020 census. Since you probably have some extra time now, do it today!

You should have received a letter with online instructions and an access code. Can't find that? Don't worry, other ways to complete the census:
• Online at
• By phone at 844-330-2020
• The Census website offers support for 50 different languages! See the complete list and instructions for language support at

Remember: the census counts residents (people) not citizens. There is no citizenship question on the census. Estimates are that each resident who is counted brings about $2,000 per year to Lansdowne, Delaware County and Pennsylvania. Read this Census 101 fact sheet for more general information.

We try to connect our faith to everyday life.

Food Assistance

William Penn School District Residents

If you need help with food during these difficult times, families in the William Penn School District can call the Interfaith Food Cupboard. Call 610-622-0800, extension 4 for hours and other information. Residency in Aldan, Colwyn, Darby, East Lansdowne, Landowne and Yeadon is the only criteria.

First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne (140 North Lansdowne Avenue) is also a pickup site for grab-and-go meals children of William Penn. Driver-through pickup is open Mondays through Fridays, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.

If you are able to donate food, the following items are needed:

Canned chicken Canned Tuna or Salmon Pasta Sauce
Jelly Peanut Butter Crackers
Powdered Milk Canned Vegetables Canned Fruit
Canned Chili with Meat
Canned soup, especially chunky soup with meat

Items may be dropped off on Mondays and Wednesdays, 4-6 p.m. at the door closest to the playground.

Upper Darby Residents

The Upper Darby Emergency Food Cupboard, 7766 Wayne Avenue, is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 10:00-Noon. (Tel. 610.853.2481).

All Residents

Philabundance distributes food at several Delaware County locations. See the Philabundance website for locations. Type in your ZIP code for a list of locations near you offering food help.

Continuing Our Life Center Ministry

Monetary donations are needed to continue providing meals for the Life Center.

For the past 3 decades, churches and groups have been preparing a hot meal to serve at the Life Center at 63rd Street every single day. What a miraculous ministry! Because of the COVID-19 crisis, this practice cannot continue in the same way.

You can still help by making a monetary donation to keep this ministry alive. Mail a check - payable to Community Outreach Project (or COP for short) - to:
COP Meals
c/o St. Paul's Lutheran Church
50 East Plumstead Avenue
Lansdowne, PA 19050

And if any organizations/businesses can donate a case or more of plastic utensils, napkins, paper/plastic cups and plates, please email the details to

Discipleship Group Postponed

"In Search of God's Guidance" joint discipleship group meetings are postponed until further notice.  

Believing that God calls us not just to attend a church, but to follow Christ, this St. Paul's Lutheran Church/Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church joint discipleship group meets every other Wednesday, from 7-8:30 p.m., at alternating locations.

Our goal is to grow as disciples and evangelists; our agenda is our daily lives, shared with one another, and offered to Christ; our focus is the Bible, and practically applying it to our lives.

Questions? Email Pastor Tung,