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Join us this Sunday!

10:00am | Souderton High School


Our services are typically 75-85 minutes long. Psalm 34:8 says, “Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.” Our desire is not to be a “come and see” church but a “taste and see” church. We believe our Sunday services should be so much more than a pep talk. They should be a transformative time during your week. We spend time singing and giving God glory through music, praying together, and opening the bible to discover how God wants to speak and direct our lives.


 If you’re a first-time visitor, our goal is to make you feel like a VIP; our team will help you feel comfortable and show you where to go! Be sure to stop by the First Time Guest counter as soon as you walk in to learn more about Keystone North and connect with people from our church. We also have a gift that we would love to give your family! 


Don’t feel like you have to dress up. Most people wear casual attire, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.


We place a very high importance on ministering to kids and their families! Our goal is to make Keystone North your child’s favorite place and to make Sunday their favorite day of the week. Most importantly, we want to get your kids excited about having a relationship with God and laying the foundations of truth found in God’s word.

We make safety our priority by offering a check-in system with exclusive parent identification security tags, trained security officers, and volunteers who have all passed a comprehensive background check. We also have a system in place to send you a text during the worship service if necessary.

In addition to weekly services, there are plenty of events, camps, and volunteer/mission opportunities for kids and parents to get involved with throughout the year.


We know that meeting new people can be challenging – but it doesn’t have to be! We have many opportunities for you to develop relationships through meaningful connection but our two primary ways are:

1. COMMUNITY GROUPS It’s easy to assume that church is a building that we go to on the weekends, but the Bible teaches that WE are the church. That means wherever we go, we carry the purpose and mission of the church. This is why we so strongly believe that getting involved in a community group is a vital step for everyone in our church. You can’t do life with everyone, but we can create a world where everyone has someone to do life with.

2. SERVE TEAMS We have been invited to be part of the story God is telling and our role is to serve others. Join a team today to begin making a difference and find your purpose while serving others. We can all play a part in what God is doing no matter our age or background.

When you attend our Discover Class, you will be able to join one of our Serve Teams and we will help get you connected with a Community Group. 


Our Sunday services are at Souderton High School. 625 Lower Road, Souderton PA.

We also have Community Groups that meet in homes throughout the week. 


Meet our Pastor

Chris grew up as a pastor’s kid and spent much of his childhood in church buildings. When he was 13 his family moved from Lakeland, Florida to the Philadelphia region to start a new church. This move was a defining moment in Chris’ life as it would challenge his faith and cause him to find a real faith-filled relationship with Jesus. This move also enabled him to meet Amanda, his future wife. Amanda and her family began attending Keystone Community Fellowship shortly after it launched. Through the years, Chris served in many roles within the church as a volunteer and 14 years ago joined the Keystone creative staff.

Chris began feeling the tug from God toward church planting in the fall of 2019. Through times of prayer and seeking God’s direction, Chris and Amanda knew this was what God was calling them to do. They are excited to step into this new season of ministry and to help point people to life and purpose that is only found in Jesus.

Chris and Amanda have been married for over 10 years and have two kids – Emma (8), and Noah (6). They enjoy hanging out with their kids, eating Mexican food, and annual trips to Florida to escape the cold!


Although Keystone North is just beginning, the Keystone Family of Churches dates back over twenty years. On September 16, 2001, Keystone Community Fellowship held it’s public launch with over 300 people in attendance. Since that day, Keystone has started churches all over the Philadelphia region as well as overseas. Keystone Fellowship is a family of churches that work together to plant and equip churches.