Sunday, March 20

Sunday Evening, 6 PM ~ There will be a short business meeting followed by a Mission’s Report from Sam & Connie Gill.  Please bring a dessert to share.  


Please join us  on Thursday evening, 7 PM, in the sanctuary for the dramatic presentation of the Lord’s Supper, followed by communion.


 No midweek ministries  on Wednesday this week, as we will celebrate The Living Lord’s Supper on Thursday evening, March 24th, at 7 PM. 


If you are interested in being baptized, please talk to one of the pastors.  A baptism service is planned for Sunday, April 3. 


Parents of College-students  :  The deadline for filling out the update form is next Sunday, April 3.    Please pick up a form at the Information Desk or call the church office. A new form is required each time boxes are mailed so please make sure we get this information so no one will be left out.   Donations for the college boxes may be placed in the box located in the kitchen foyer through April 10.  The boxes will be packed on April 11. 


Be sure and stop by the Tract Rack  where you will find many helps to use during the Easter season. 


All ladies are invited  to our Ladies Friendship Tea, “Springtime in Paris”, on April 23.  Please stop by the table in the foyer  to pick up tickets for a $5 donation.  . 

The PA Primary election is coming on April 26.  Voters will be choosing who they want to be their party’s nominee for several state offices as well as President.  March 28 is the last day to register to vote, change your address, name or party affiliation.  (PA has a closed
primary meaning only those registered as a Democrat or Republican may vote in their party’s primary).  The form needed is available at our Information Desk or online at  For questions contact your country courthouse.  Please don’t miss this opportunity to exercise your right to vote.  Prayerfully consider your vote and vote your values.  Non-Partisan voter guides will be made available at a later date. 

Our Haiti Mission’s Team   is preparing for their trip April 16-23.  In addition to prayer and financial support, there are a couple projects that will help them minister to the people in Haiti. 

#1    Please bring clean, dry Weis/Giant plastic bags.  These are used to put beans/rice packs in to give to families in the churches where they will serve.  Bags may be placed in the laundry basket located in the chapel hallway. 
#2     Choose an item from the display board in the chapel hallway to help purchase recreational items for the children at the various churches where the team will be holding clinics. 
Have you ever wanted a garden  but didn’t know how to make it happen?  Let this be the year you do it, and help out the food bank in the process!  If you are interested in helping with a garden project that would provide food to the local food bank, please call the church office.  You do not need any prior experience or a green thumb…just a willingness to help!