Our Easter Sunrise Service is on April 21 and 6:15am, followed by an 8am breakfast and 10:15am service. Please bring your family and friends for this holy time of celebrating the resurrection of Jesus.
The Hospitality and Mission Committees are planning on a Community Soup & Sandwich Dinner on April 25th from 4:30 pm to 6 pm in Stiner Hall. Menu will include Turkey Noodle, Potatoes, and Hamburger Vegetable Soups along with sandwiches and dessert. Volunteers are needed to help set-up, serve and clean-up, as well as donating cupcakes, brownies, and cookies. Sign-up sheets for Volunteers and Dessert Donations will be on the “Welcome Center.” Please invite your neighbors, family, and friends who live in the Loyalsock area to come and join us for dinner on April 25th. Donation only for the meal. This is a great opportunity to open our church doors and meet our community.
1301 Clayton Ave., Williamsport
June 24th thru 28th
8:30 AM to Noon Monday through Friday
Concert: June 30, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Plan NOW to come to the final concert!
Youth – Kindergarten through 6th grade – are led through a variety of musical experiences each day which include Musical Bells, Chimes, Handbells, Boomwhackers, Rhythm Band, Recorders, a Musical with Choreography along with Bible Storytime, Snacks, and Crafts.
Our Musical this year is entitled:
“Not Your Average Joe”
(The Story of Joseph with a 50s Twist)
The Classic Old Testament story of Joseph is retold in the exuberant times and music of the 50s. It’s surfer beats, leather jackets, and surfboards but the gospel truth remains the same… trust the Lord with all your heart. That Joe – He’s so Dreamy! The year is 1959, and at the family Drive In, Papa Jake’s Fries and Shakes, things are hoppin’! But favored son Joe always seems to have his nose in the Good Book. When the patriarch of the family, Papa Jake, gives Joe his prized leather jacket and turns the business over to him for the summer, things get gnarly. With some “help” from his jealous siblings, Joe finds himself unexpectedly aboard a wooden wagon headed of a far-away land of sand, strange customs, and a Pharaoh…er, Great Kahuna, the beach! The ups and downs of the journey remind Joe that God is with him, and the hurricane force of a food crisis teaches Joe and his reunited family the power of forgiveness.