2019-2020 Services/Events - All Are Welcome!
Worship service is every Sunday at 9:15 am. (For your convenience, please park and enter at the rear of the church.)
Schedule changes for inclement weather will be announced on CBS 21 - WHP. https://local21news.com/weather/closings
Sunday, March 24th - Service: “Vulnerable or Fragile: Strength or Weakness?”
Saturday, March 30th - Congratulations to Richard and Shirley Conrad - married 62 years!
Sunday, March 31st - Service: Familial Love
Sunday, April 7th - Service: Priceless Treasure
Sunday, April 14th - Palm Sunday! Service: A Royal Welcome.
Thursday, April 18th - Maundy Thursday Taize Candlelight Service. The Last Supper.
Friday, April 19th - 7 PM - God’s Friday -Joint Service with Hummelstown UCC. Starkness & Darkness.
Sunday, April 21st - EASTER SUNDAY! Service: He Has Risen Indeed!!!!
Saturday, May 18th - 9 am- Noon - Outside Church Clean Up Day - Volunteers cheerfully accepted!
Saturday, September 14th - Hummelstown Arts Festival Fundraiser w “Ice Cream Dave.”
Tuesday, October 15th - Friends Helping Friends Benefit for the UCC Homes Auxiliary - Sponsored by Boscov’s
This event is a special day filled with fun and fundraising to benefit the UCC Homes Auxiliary. Audrey Baker is selling the $5.00 tickets to Friends Helping Friends now and your pass is then good on the 17th as a discount shopping pass from 9 AM - 11 PM that’s good for 25% off almost all purchases! Remember that 100% of the ticket donation goes directly to the Auxiliary! (*Certain exclusions may apply. Complete details are printed on the shopping passes.)
Sunday, October 27th: Fall Food Drive Begins
Fall Food Drive for the Hershey Food Bank begins. Event runs Sunday, October 27 through Harvest Home Sunday, November 24! Immediate food items needed are: Canned Meats and Stews, Cereal, Chunky Soups, Canned Fruits, Applesauce, Baked Beans, Tuna, Pancake Mix and Syrup, and Spaghetti and Spaghetti Sauce. All items may be placed on the window sills throughout the sanctuary! Please remember, the Department of Health requires all cans to have labels, and packaged goods must be factory-sealed, in good condition, and without rust or severe dents.