It’s JULY and the W.E.L.L. Has Run DRY!

It’s JULY and the W.E.L.L. has run DRY! Will you help RESTOCK it by bringing in BREAKFAST ITEMS? ~ Cereal ~ Pop Tarts ~ Breakfast Bars Items may be donated through the collection bin in the West Lobby. If you are interested in helping deliver the donated items to The W.E.L.L. or would like more… Continue Reading

Busy Box Ministry

Busy Box Ministry For those of you who have little ones in church for any of the worship services, we have a great option for them! Our “Busy Boxes” are readily available to all children during each service. There are activities, puzzles, books, and coloring options for ages 2-6 just waiting to be enjoyed by… Continue Reading

What Should We Do with Grief?

Grieving is a very natural reaction to the loss of someone or something that is very special to us: perhaps the loss of a relationship, a home, a job, and most difficult of all, the loss of a loved one. For such a common occurrence, our culture has not learned to handle the experiences of… Continue Reading

Senior Friends

Now comes the exodus, the annual change of scene–vacation time. Folks are off to the seashore, the woods, the lakes, the mountains. They seek the fresh air, relaxation, and a chance to let down. But maybe it’s more than that. It might be that the ocean’s slow incessant beat still speaks of the beginnings of… Continue Reading


Transformation Just before I made my annual trip to Spokane, WA in early May, I admit I was a little puzzled when I was asked what my favorite color was…I responded yellow…and then blue…and then, “Why do you ask?” It seemed something was “afoot.” Was it ever! I returned to find a lovely blue office,… Continue Reading

The W.E.L.L. January 2019 Update

Suggested donations to The WELL during January are personal care items such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, lotion, sanitizer, etc. Items may be donated through the collection bin in the west lobby. If you are interested in helping to get the donated items to The WELL, please contact Ray Gilbert for more info. The WELL was… Continue Reading


Need help with shoveling snow or winter chores? Rent-A-Kid is an intergenerational program that allows older adults to hire local youth to help with various jobs. To be eligible for the program you must be a York County resident, 60 years of age or older, and agree to reimburse a minimum of $5/hour or a… Continue Reading

The W.E.L.L. – December 2018

Suggested donations to The WELL during December are supper items such as canned meats, beans, stews and soups, boxed potatoes etc. The WELL was created by the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church to provide items to persons/families in emergency need. It is currently located at Union Lutheran Church on West Market Street and… Continue Reading

Bell Shelter Trees

The Bell Shelter Trees will be up by Sunday, November 25th in both the fellowship hall and the Narthex. These trees are decorated with bells that contain the information needed to provide a specific Christmas gift to a child or adult at Bell Family Shelter. Please consider taking one or several, purchase the requested gift,… Continue Reading

Operation Christmas Child

The Shoeboxes have arrived! Please pickup your Shoebox in the west lobby outside fellowship hall starting 10/13 to 10/28. Someone will be available at the table to hand out the boxes as well as to provide instructions on what to put in them. Please consider taking a box and filling it to help give a… Continue Reading

Bell Shelter Christmas Gifts

Have you begun your Christmas shopping? We are thinking about the families in Bell Family Shelter and how we can help them have aMerry Christmas. We will have trees laden with “Bells” up by Sunday, November 25th in both the fellowship hall and the Narthex. Information on the individual bells will give you a child… Continue Reading