This worship service is designed so that whether you're an introvert or extrovert, tactile or cerebral, younger or older, active or still, new to church or familiar - there are parts of this worship for everyone to experience God's presence! Kid's of all ages are welcome & encouraged to stay in worship!
Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast: You are Invited!
Hosted by St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church and The Waynesboro Fellowship of Churches. Saturday, January 19, 2019 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM in Harbaugh Hall. Guest Preacher is Waynesboro native, Rev, James C. Simmons, Barber African Methodist Episcopal Church, Rochester, New York. Rev. Simmons is the son of the late Marcella Waltz of Waynesboro. The theme is: Continuous Fight for Justice. For more information and to RSVP contact Rev. Gwendolyn Bell at 267-454-1147
Sometimes called Blue Christmas or sometimes called the Longest/Darkest Night Service, this is a service that is set up to help those who are struggling with loss or pain during the season. We will look for hope and help through the scriptures, through song, and reflection. There will be opportunities to light candles of remembrance, a time of anointing, and space for meeting God amidst the struggle. Kathy Brown will deliver a special message and special music will be offered by Fara Biesecker.
Copies of the 2019 Proposed Mission Spending Plan are available in the narthex and from the table in the sanctuary. Please take one for review prior to the congregational meeting. If you have questions on the mission spending plan please email them to Mark Hollen prior to the meeting.
The Waynesboro Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be held on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 11 AM to 1 PM at the Evangelical Lutheran Church, 43 S. Church Street, Waynesboro.
With the help of local churches and businesses, Waynesboro Community and Human Services is able to provide a special meal for those who will be alone or unable to prepare a meal for themselves.
Donations of homemade pies, cakes and sweet breads are needed for the dinner, as well as, volunteers interested in helping to set up on Wednesday, or serving or delivering meals on Thursday.
Please call WCHS at 717-762-6941 by November 12th to sign up to help.
Donations of baked goods should be delivered to the Evangelical Lutheran Church on Wednesday, November 21st between 1:00 and 3:00 PM or on Thursday, November 22nd by 10:00 AM.
Any food that is left over will be donated to the New Hope Shelter. Thank you!
The Waynesboro Fellowship of Churches Thanksgiving Service will be held at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church in Rouzerville, PA, Tuesday, November 20, 7 P.M.