Free community showing of the film, June 21 AND 22, same time each night
con’t every Sat / Bright Side Church, 515 Hershey Ave, Lancaster, PA 17602
Everyone is welcome: “Creating an atmosphere where one encounters God.”
6:30-9pm / New Joy Church, 35 New Joy Dr, Ephrata, PA 17522
Experience God’s Love in a One-of-a-Kind in “Weird Animals” Vacation Bible School. This exciting evening is for all children ages 3 to completed 5th grade. Friday evening is a special fun night for the entire family. Register: www.findnewjoy.org or 733-2864.
Rossmere Mennonite Church, 741 Janet Ave, Lancaster, PA 17601
Family Support Group of No Longer Alone Ministries brings hope and encouragement for family and friends of persons living with mental illness. June topic – How to Keep Costs of Health Care and Medications Manageable. Presented by Charles Bauman, Philhaven Liasion to the Plain Community and Rachel Stauffer, Patient Advocate.
Boehm’s UMC, 13 West Boehm’s Rd, Willow Street, PA 17584
Boehm’s Chapel Society’s 33rd annual Heritage Sunday Celebration, free and open to the public, features Susanna Wesley, “The Mother of Methodism”, as portrayed by Barba Piscitello, director of Christian Education at West Lawn UMC, Berks Co, PA. The congregation will participate in the singing of hymns penned by Charles Wesley
during the worship service. A brief business meeting will precede the worship service. A light meal will be available in the fellowship hall of Boehm’s UMC following the service. FWO / FMI: email@example.com or 717-872-4133.
Faith United Methodist Church, 1290 Fruitville Pike, Lititz, PA 17543
Chip Mergott has been a performing singer/songwriting for most of his adult life. By 1978 he was signed as a solo artist to London Records and as a writer to their publishing branch, Burlington Music. Chip has recorded and produced a number of CDs that range from all-acoustic guitar instrumental collections of classic hymns to contemporary Christian gospel.
Annie Mergott graduated from Chestnut Hill College with a dual degree in Early Childhood/Elementary Education. She then went on to complete her Masters in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College in 2009. She is now a teacher in the Bethlehem Township School District. She enjoys playing the guitar, ukulele, and banjo, listing to music, & writing songs.
A wonderful family-friendly music and entertainment evening.
Maple Grove Mennonite Church, 549 Swan Rd, Atglen, PA 19310
The Bontrager Family Singers, from Iowa, with their 10 children will be sharing the word in song through a unique and inspirational gospel / bluegrass style. They have traveled throughout the country ministering in churches, camps, prisons and other venues with the purpose of glorifying their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ .
Steinmetz Rd, Stevens, PA 17578
The 150-voice Mennonite Children’s Choir of Lancaster will conclude its fifteenth year anniversary celebration with a concert featuring current singers, alumni singers, and founding Director Patricia Strong Myers Tickets are not required, but a freewill offering will be received.
June 23-27 / Historic Joanna Furnace, PO Box 36, Geigertown, PA 1952
Your child will explore early American home and village industry crafts. This one of a kind summer camp brings America’s rich history to life as campers will experience “hands-on” crafts and fun activities. This year Joanna’s Teamster campers ( ages 7—11) will learn candle dipping, felting, simple food preparation, and plaster casting. The older Ironmaster Assistants group (ages 12–+) will learn to forge a hook in the blacksmith shop, carve a simple whistle, practice drop spinning and button making, and 3-D plaster casting. FMI: mail firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-286-0388.