​at Emmanuel 

Classes for Children
​and Adults 


at Emmanuel
​Join us Sunday nights

(5th-7th grades)

(8th-12th grades)

at Emmanuel  

  • Sundays, 9:15 AM

  • ​Wednesdays, 7:00 PM

​Bible Study

First Saturday of each month 8 AM
Come out and enjoy some Men's Christian Fellowship as we seek a closer walk with Christ.

Open Your Heart to God!
Love unconditionally. Live in community. Teach biblically.
​Give sacrificially.

​at Emmanuel
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.

Emmanuel United Methodist Church

  • Music Ministry

  • Men’s Ministry

  • United Methodist Women

  • SAM - Senior Adult Ministry

  • Healing Hearts Ministry

  • Healing Prayer Group

  • Global Missions

  • Young Adult Ministry

  • Youth Ministry

  • Junior Church

  • Sunday School

A State of Forgiveness Worship Series 
June 16th- June 30th 

We are 2 months removed from Easter, but the question still lingers, how could I be forgiven? Am I worthy of God’s redeeming love? How do I forgive others who have hurt me? How do I forgive myself for the things I have done? 

June 16th- week 1: God – Father’s Day 
Scripture: 1 John 1:5-10, Ephesians 1:5-8
Forgiveness starts with God. It comes from God. We cannot earn it. We cannot sin so greatly that we cannot receive it. Forgiveness is a gift. What if God is the one we are angry with? What if God is the one we blame for the situations we find ourselves in? Our God is big enough to handle our anger. And he still forgives us! God’s grace and forgiveness are overwhelming. How do we live into these precious gifts? 

June 23rd- week 2: Ourselves – Communion 
Scripture: 1 Peter 5:6-7, Psalm 103:9-12
Sometimes, the person we struggle to forgive the most is ourselves. We hold ourselves to impossible standards, and then struggle to forgive ourselves for the mistakes that we have made. Your mistakes are not out of reach of God’s forgiveness. God loves you. Period! Nothing can change that. How do we start letting go of the hurt we have been holding onto in order to live into the love and forgiveness of God? 

June 30th: week 3: Others – Vacation Bible School Sunday 
Scripture: Matthew 18:21-35
We are all broken people. We hurt others. We say things we do not mean. We say things we do mean to hurt someone in the heat of an argument. And we get hurt by others. Forgiving those who have hurt or offended us can be incredibly difficult. Holding onto past hurt can have many negative effects on our lives: physically, emotionally and spiritually. How do we begin to forgive those who have deeply hurt us? How do we lean in on Jesus as we strive to let go? 

Faith Like That

​Worship Series 
July 7th-21st

What does faith look like? How do we know if we have it? In this three- week mini- series, we will take a look at three different stories from scripture to examine what Jesus says about faith and learn how we too can have faith like that. 

July 7th: Mountain Moving Faith

Scripture: Mark 11:20-25
If we are truly honest with ourselves, having faith can be difficult. It is not always easy to trust in what we cannot see. Faith is something that increases the more we learn to trust that God is always present and never abandons us. Faith is a process. What does a faith that can move mountains look like? How do we learn to trust God each and every day? 

July 14th: A Life-Changing Touch – Communion 
Scripture: Mark 5:21-43
Word had been spreading about the healing power and miracles of Jesus. The crowds started to press in so they could see Jesu and maybe experience for themselves what he was all about. One woman in the crowd knew Jesus could heal her if she simply touched his robe.  This woman didn’t know if she would be healed, but she knew Jesus could heal her. How do we practice that kind of faith in our lives? Knowing that God is able in every and all situations to bring healing and restoration? 

July 21st: An Outsider’s Faith 
Scripture: Matthew 8:5-13
In Jesus’ day, outsiders weren’t expected to have faith in God. The Jewish people would have been especially cautious around an outsider with authority, like a Roman Officer. Jesus is impressed by the faith of the officer. His depth of knowledge about authority is captivating. This officer knows what Jesus is capable of from a distance. And he knew Jesus had the power to heal. What can we learn from people who are not in our own circles? How can we put into practice in our own lives the kind of faith that they display? The faith of the Roman Officer not only effected his life, but the lives of others as well. How does our faith in Jesus effect the people around us?