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Sundays at 10:30 AM

​Weekly Worship Service with a message from Pastor Mindi Gochnaur, traditional hymns, contemporary praise songs and special music by Emmanuel's Sanctuary, Hand Bell and Children's  Choir.

Bible Study


“Everyday Obedience: Walking Purposefully in His Grace”  by Katie Orr. 
Please sign-up at the Welcome Desk

Book cost $9.00
If you have questions, contact 
Pastor Mindi 717-732-1713
or email

​Bible Study 
with Pastor Mindi
MONDAY - 10:30 AM


BEGINNING Monday May 13th
Pastor Mindi will be leading a six week study Our Faith- 1st and 2nd Timothy
Books are $2 - Sign up at the welcome desk.

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Who is He…Who am I? 

​Worship Series 
April 28th-June 2nd 
Throughout the Gospel of John, Jesus makes 7 “I Am” statements. He describes to his disciples and those who gather to hear him who He is and what His purpose is. As we discover who Jesus claims to be, who are we called to be in the midst of that? What has God designed us to do? Who has God designed us to be? Over the next 6 weeks, we will discover together who we are in relation to who Jesus is. 

April 28th- week 1: Who is He…Light of the World…Who am I? – Kids in Praise – Communion 

Scripture: John 8:12-19, 9:1-5

The Gospel of John talks a lot about darkness and light. Jesus is the light that we are in need of. He claims “I am the light of the world.” If Jesus is the light, what does that mean for us? Who are we in light of who Jesus is? We are children of the light! And as children of the light, we no longer have to live in darkness. We do not have to be afraid. We do not have to be ruled by our sin any longer. Jesus brings all of that into the light. And he sets us free from the darkness. How can we live into the light of Jesus? 

May 5th- week 2: Who is He…The Good Shepherd and Gate Keeper…Who am I? – Cindy Thomas preaching 

Scripture: John 10:6-16

Jesus makes two claims here: “I am the Good Shepherd” and “I am the gate for the sheep”. Jesus is our guide and way to God. A good shepherd sacrifices his life for his sheep. That is exactly what Jesus is for us. He is the perfect sacrifice that gave us freedom. We are to know the voice of our shepherd and follow his leading. 

May 12th- week 3: Who is He…Bread of Life…Who am I? – Mother’s Day 

Scripture: John 6:30-35, 47-51

We are not strangers to bread. It fulfills a physical need for hunger. Many of us cannot eat enough of it! The Jewish people were also familiar with bread. God provided manna for the Israelites in the desert. Jesus fed 5000 people bread and fish when there was no other food available. God does miraculous things with bread. And yet, Jesus makes the claim “I am the bread of life.” Jesus provides us with more than a physical sustenance. Jesus sustains us spiritually. He is what we need to survive. Jesus should be what fills our lives. What is it that sustains you? What takes the place of Jesus fulfilling your basic needs? How can we better depend on Jesus? 

May 19th- week 4: Who is He…The way, truth, and life…who am I? 

Scripture: John 14:1-7

In a world where people are encouraged to do what they like and believe what they want, it can be difficult to understand this statement by Jesus: “I am the way, the truth and the life.” Jesus claims that nobody has access to God except through Jesus. What does that mean for us? Who are we in the midst of Jesus being the way, truth and life? 

May 26th- week 5: Who is He…Resurrection and Life…Who am I? 

Scripture: John 11:17-27

Easter has come and gone, but this statement still rings true: “I am the Resurrection and the life.” Jesus is making quite the claim here! He is claiming to defeat death! We can have life in Jesus because death does not have a hold on him. Who are we because of this? How can we live a life that reflects Jesus’ claim of defeating death and offering life? 

June 2nd- week 6: Who is He…The True Vine…Who am I? 

Scripture: John 15:1-8 

Connection. This “I am” statement by Jesus is all about connection. In order to have abundant life and produce fruit, we must be connected to Jesus. In order to remain connected to Jesus, we must be in relationship with him. What does your relationship with Jesus look like? How do you stay connected?


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