Members and guests of St. Agnes Parish gathered for the 10 a.m. Mass on Sunday, Aug. 28 celebrated by their pastor, Father Jeffrey Stecz. The congregation of all ages filled the church for worship, bathed in colorful light from the large stained-glass windows. Afterward many gathered for a coffee social, supporting by several parish ministries. Founded nearly a century ago (1919), the church is located at 445 North Main Street in Sellersville, Bucks County. (Photos by Sarah Webb)
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Wonderful to these pics of St. Agnes.
I moved to Florida in May 2014 & miss my hometown parish.