Chicken Corn Soup Sale | Saturday, February 24, 2018, 10am – sold out
Faith UMC, 1290 Fruitville Pike, Lititz, PA 17543
Faith UMC will host a homemade chicken corn soup sale on Saturday, February 24th. Pre-orders may be picked up between 9am & 11am. Walk-ins are welcome and will be available 10am until sold out. Freshly made soup with this summer’s corn can be bought by the pint or quart, ready to reheat and enjoy. Containers are supplied. Pre-orders can be made by contacting the church office, 717-560-0321. Faith Church, 1290 Fruitville Pike, Lititz, is located in Manheim Township at the corner of Koser Road and Fruitville Pike just outside East Petersburg.
LENT SERIES: SOULanco Mission ConneXion | Thursday Nights starting Feb. 22 – March 29, 7pm
February 22 at Quarryville: Memorial United Methodist Church – Get Off the Fence: Jesus won’t accept neutrality. Matthew 12:22–32 “We have to buck life in a fence-walking world. Ground yourself on God’s side of the fence through spiritual disciplines.” – Rev. Chris Eden, preaching.
March 1 at Mt. Hope UMC – Complete the Circle of Grace and Works: Sometimes Jesus sets conditions on grace. Luke 6:37–42 “As Christians, we know that we get to spend eternity in heaven, not because we’re such great people, but because Jesus is. Yet, what does that mean as we respond to the remarkable grace God has shown us in Christ?” – Rev. Mike Miller, preaching.
March 8 at Bethesda UMC- Holtwood, Pa – Patrol Your Pleasures: What does Jesus think of fun? Matthew 5:27–30 “When asked to give an adjective that describes Jesus of Nazareth, what comes to mind? How many of you instantly thought of the word fun? Not too many, and that’s too bad.” – Rev. Richard Conner, preaching
March 15 at Mt. Zion UMC – Check Your Bags: What are you dragging around with you? Matthew 19:16–30 “All of us carry loads that are often of our own making. Lent is a great time to look at those loads and see what needs to be repacked and what needs to be tossed.” – Rev. Cheryl Zegers, preaching.
March 22 at Mt. Nebo UMC – Come Die with Me: Sometimes Jesus is really scary. Matthew 16:21–28 “There are few words Jesus ever spoke that are scarier: “If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for me will find it.”” – Rev. Chandler Evans, preaching.
March 29 at Pleasant Grove UMC (incl. Communion) – Follow Me: Jesus invites us to breakfast and beyond. John 21:1–25 “Jesus conquered death and rose from the dead! It’s the most joyous news ever announced. After his resurrection, he stayed around to have breakfast with his most faithful followers.” – Rev. Dr. Garfield Greene, preaching.