Children’s Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast

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We will be having a Children’s Easter Egg hunt and breakfast again this year on Saturday, March 30, 2024.

The breakfast will begin at 9:00 AM in Stringer Hall and the indoor Easter Egg hunt will begin at 10:00 AM.

We will have different age groups to ensure everyone had a chance to find eggs.

Please invite friends, family and neighbors to this fun event.

All are welcome!

Email Liz Bonner at if you can help.

Lenten Sermon Series and Study

Pastor Warner will be preaching on the gospel of Luke during Lent. He will use Max Lucado’s book “Luke” as a springboard for a six-week sermon series. You can purchase the book from Amazon or most other online bookstores. The sermon series will begin on Sunday, Feb 18. Luke seeks to recount Jesus’ life and teachings. You are invited to purchase the book and invite some of
your friends and family to join you in a small group to walk through the book of Luke. Pastor Warner is offering a challenge for at least three people to start a small group in your home, at a coffee shop, at the church or some other place. Invite family, friends, co-workers, or other people to join you in walking through this exciting story of the life of Jesus. Groups can be anywhere from 2-10 people in size. Tell Pastor Warner if you are leading a group so we can keep track of groups that are being offered.

2024 Help Build Hope

Help Build Hope will begin building a duplex house in the parking lot of Bethel Hill UMC from Friday, April 5 through Sunday April 7. Families are encouraged to include children of any age on
Saturday for the build day. All ages are welcome. No building skills needed. There are many ways to help. You can contact the church office at for more information.

2024 Tools For Ministry

The 2024 Tools For Ministry for the South Eastern Region will be taking place on Saturday, March 2, 2024 from 9 AM to 12:30 PM. This will be a workshop training for church volunteers. The venue will be Palmer Theological Seminary, located at 1300 Eagle Rd, Wayne, PA 19087.
Here is a link for further information

Pathways to Vitality

We have as a church made it through the pandemic and we look forward to revival and more participation in the coming months. To continue offering the church and the community our services and the best selection of activities to do this in the long term, we rely on your feedback. 

PATHWAYS TO VITALITY is a small group set up to mobilize this initiative of increasing our Markers of Vitality- which are:

  • Worship attendance
  • Mission
  • Small groups
  • New professions of faith
  • Giving toward missions

We have been collecting feedback over the past few weeks from the congregation and would like to invite you to participate in our survey to prioritize the activities you have fed back to us on the forms. The participation is anonymous and will take about 2 minutes. However, you also have the option to leave us your contact details at the end of the survey for possible queries. If you have any questions, please get in touch with pastor Stew at <

To complete the simple online questions, please click here. PATHWAYS TO VITALITY (

Thank you for adding your insights.

Thank You

Thank you to everyone who donated soup for the Souper Bowl collection to help provide food for families here in Lansdale. You donated 171 cans of soup which were delivered to Manna this past week.

2024 Vacation Bible School

Vacation Bible School will be starting a bit later this year- but we are so excited to be starting on Monday, July 22 and continuing through Thursday, July 25. There will be a light supper served in Stringer Hall from 6 PM to 6:30 PM and then VBS will run from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM. Come on out and join us for the fun! If you would like to volunteer to help with VBS please contact Liz Bonner at

February Mission Emphasis

The mission emphasis for February supports The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR).

UMCOR responds to natural or civil disasters of such magnitude that they overwhelm a community’s ability to recover on its own. Through UMCOR, United Methodists extend loving care to people within the United States. When disaster strikes, it is local churches that provide the first response to their communities. This basic understanding—that disaster response is local—forms the foundation for UMCOR’s US disaster training and response.

Congregational Care Team

Did you know we have a team of people from our congregation who visit shut-ins?  This team has been visiting and at times taking communion elements to shut-ins.  We currently have fifteen people who are being visited.  We would like to invite more people to be part of this visitation team.  Contact Pastor Warner or Maryellen Reinmiller if you are interested in being part of this caring team, and would like to know more about this caring ministry.

Church Council and the Staff Parish Relations Committee have approved two new Nursery Attendant positions as we seek to connect with and support families with young children. Nursery attendants will staff the nursery on Sunday mornings during worship and Sunday School. This is a paid position of $60 per Sunday morning. Attendants will also be available for other church functions where children may attend. We are seeking two persons who will share this schedule throughout the year. Please share this information with people you think may be interested. Criminal, Child Abuse, and FBI fingerprint checks are also required. Persons must be 18 or older. Contact Pastor Warner for a job description and application.