Our Youth of Messiah ministry is having a Car Wash fundraiser this Sunday, June 2nd! All donations will support our mission trip to Puerto Rico on June 16th. Stop by our valet table on your way into church to sign up, and we will wash your car while you’re in the morning church service. $10 donation per car $20 donation and we will make sure the kids don’t touch your car (were kidding of course, the kids do a great job washing!)
Beginning Monday June 3rd*, the driveway between the Parish House and Church will be temporarily closed to install a new walkway. During this time, ALL cars must use the driveway closest to Rt. 202 thus creating TWO-WAY traffic. PLEASE SLOW DOWN, use CAUTION and be ALERT for ONCOMING traffic and CHILDREN crossing to the playground. *Please note the start date is subject to change due to inclement weather or unanticipated complications.
Harmony Theater's 2019 Spring musical, 101 Dalmatians, opens on Friday, May 17. Always much anticipated, the Harmony spring musical is the result of months of hard work by Harmony actors and directors. This year's show will also feature thepopular Harmony Marketplace, where beautiful hand-crafted items are sold for the benefit of the actor scholarship fund. The highly popular raffle baskets, filled with wonderful items from the Philadelphia pro teams, local restaurants, regi
ANNUAL PARISH MEETING / “State of the Parish” Address The Rev. Keith A. Marsh 5 May 2019 Easter 3 / Year C Acts 9:1-6, (7-20); Psalm 30; Revelation 5:11-14; John 21:1-19 My Uncle Verlin and Aunt Irene’s small farm back in Indiana where I used to spend a week or two each summer when I was a youngster. It was where I first learned how to milk a cow, do battle with a mother hen for her eggs, and chase a half-dozen sheep around a field. Or the Lake District in northern England, w
Thank you for the comfort that you bring to so many parishioners and for the beautiful pocket shawls you made for the whole congregation! “Everyone has to knit when they’re here. But not everyone has to use yarn.” This quote from Kate Jacobs’s book - The Friday Night Knitting Club - could serve as an apt description for the Messiah Prayer Shawl Ministry. Our primary mission is to share God’s love, strength, warmth and compassion to anyone undergoing a challenge or transition