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Mount Carmel UMC, PO Box 263, St Peters, PA 19470
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We are located at 2203 Harmonyville Road, Elverson, PA 19520 just north of St Peters Village.
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Virtual Men's Breakfast - 3rd Saturday @ 8 am!
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John Wesley Teaches
"As the most dangerous winds may enter at little openings, so the devil never enters more dangerously than by little unobserved incidents, which seem to be nothing, yet insensibly open the heart to great temptations."
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