Danielle Pulaski (Right)-- Children & Youth Ministry Coordinator brings to our staff a passionate faith, social work training, administrator's organization and an investment of her life and family in this community.
We are always building lives and now we're building our team. Are you looking to make a difference? Might this be what's next for you?
Benefiting The Caring Cupboard on Sun., May 20 @ 7PM. Featuring: Palmyra Church of the Brethren, St. Mark Lutheran Church, Palmyra First UMC, Church of the Holy Spirit and Voices of the Valley.
Held in the Lutz Recital Hall, Blair Music Center on the campus of LVC in Annville. Both a Love Offering and Food Drive donations will be accepted.
Mark your calendar for Sun., June 3rd. This is a FREE event for our church and local community.
The sit down dinner will be served starting at 4:30 followed by the showing of "Same Kind of Different as Me" at 5:30. Invite your friends and neighbors and plan to join us -- hope to see you there!
Free child care will be provided.
"Same Kind of Different as Me" is based on a true story. Successful businessman Ron Hall and his wife, Deborah, discover a renewed sense of purpose when they begin to volunteer at a local mission in Fort Worth, Texas. They develop an unlikely friendship with Denver Moore, a dangerous homeless man who inspires them to save their struggling marriage. All three of their lives are changed forever. It's a story of forgiveness, love and what one person can do to make a difference.
Come, Follow Me!- Our Discipleship Team is excited to bring you an 8-week Sermon Series exploring what we can learn about following Jesus from the life of the Apostle Peter.
Our discipleship journey rarely proceeds in a straight line and is filled with many steps forward and a few backward. Come be encouraged, challenged, and strengthened in your own walk with Jesus every Sunday from April 8th through May 27th!
May Memory Verse: “Change your hearts and lives." Acts 2:38
May 20: Pentecost. Pentecost is 50 days after Passover. It is a holiday to thank God for the grain harvest. The first Pentecost after Jesus' death and resurrection, all the disciples were together praying. The sound of wind -- like the wind parting the Red Sea -- and the flame on each head -- like the flame of the pillar of fire that guided the Israelites through the desert at night -- were symbols of the Spirit of God. The crowd that came to the house heard the disciples speak a message of good news for restoration and Shalom with God. Do your neighbors and community hear you speak a message of good news?