Worship

Starting Sunday, May 28 (Memorial Day Weekend) and continuing through Sunday, September 3 (Labor Day Weekend), St. Paul’s will offer two worship services at 9:00 & 10:30 AM. In place of Sunday school there will be a fellowship time in the Adult Sunday school room between the services, featuring a mini-concert each week by the St. Paul’s Orchestra from 10:15 – 10:25 AM. In order to give the Yahweh Café volunteers a summer break we need extra help with the refreshments. Contact our secretary, Kay Leibhart if you wish to assist.

 

Regular Worship Service Schedule after Labor Day

9:00-Traditional Sunday Service

This morning service is held in our sanctuary featuring our beautiful pipe organ, sanctuary choir, and the liturgical traditions that have blessed our congregation for generations.  Our sanctuary has two levels and features a truly stunning array of stained glass windows and symbolic hand-carved wood architecture.  This service also features a children’s sermon.

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10:15 to 11:00-Sunday School

St. Paul’s offers Sunday School classes for all age levels on Sunday mornings.  Dedicated volunteers
who bring Biblical teaching into our daily lives teach these classes.   If you have any questions concerning format or availability, please contact the church office at (717)-244-2355.

11:15 to noon-Worship and Yahweh Café

Our 11:15 AM worship service is held in the Sunday School room and is more casual. We incorporate videos, praise songs, skits and a coffee bar called Yahweh Café.

Nursery Care 

Nursery care is available for small children during the worship services.   The nursery is staffed by volunteers with the appropriate state clearances and background checks.


Wednesday

7:00 PM Wednesday Prayer and Communion Service

This midweek service is a refreshing break in our weekly lives.  This short but meaningful service features prayer, scripture, a message, and communion.  People who have weekend commitments find this service to be essential to maintaining their contact with their faith and their God.