Cornwall UMC exists to bring people into a closer relationship with Christ, His family, and His world.
Join us as we worship Christ our Savior, study the Bible, and challenge each other to live daily in the power of the Holy Spirit. We invite you to worship with us on Sunday mornings. Even if you have a regular church home you attend on Sundays, we would love to have you visit one of our weekday Bible Studies or come to one of our annual dinners or events.
Sunday Morning Worship
(in the Chapel) A relaxed atmosphere and simple service with organ or piano. No choir. Occasional special music.
10:15 AM Together In Praise
(in the Fellowship Hall) We celebrate the joy of the Lord through fellowship, acoustic guitar and vocalists singing with recorded popular Christian music.
10:30 AM Traditional
(in the Sanctuary) We approach God with awe and reverence through inspiring organ music, our chancel choir, meaningful hymns and liturgy.
Chapel and Fellowship Hall are located on the first floor. Our Sanctuary is located in the upper level. There is a elevator in the first floor lobby.
June 17 th Pastor Lucas “The Gift of Father’s Day”
June 24 th Dr. Jim Ehrman, Guest Speaker From Evangelical Seminary, Myerstown
June Series: The Ministry Of Jesus
1 “The Unseen Work of the Kingdom” *Mark 4:26-34, 1 Timothy 3:14-16 In this passage from Mark, Jesus tells a parable of a sower who scatters seed, goes to bed, and does not see how the plant grows. Paul speaks of the mystery of the Christian life as he is encouraging Timothy. We will explore how God works without our being aware of the Spirit’s presence.
8 “God Answers Our Fears” *Mark 4:33-41, 1 Samuel 17:4, 43-49. In this well- known story, Mark tells of Jesus having fallen asleep in the boat while the disciples fear for their lives. In the passage from 1 Samuel, we see how David slew the giant in a fearless manner. We will see how God is present with us as we fear and how our faith can help us prevail.
15 “A ‘Good’ Interrupted” *Mark 5: 21-43 These two healing miracles are rich with meaning. First, a religious leader begs Jesus to come and heal his sick daughter. On the way, a woman with a blood disease expresses her great faith in the healing power of Jesus when she touched his cloak in order to be healed. Jesus continues on to Jairus’ house and heal/raise his daughter. We will emphasize the faith of both Jairus and the woman and Jesus’ response to their faith. 22 “Who is Jesus? *Mark 6:1-13 This text from Mark indicates that it is often difficult to make good among those who know you best. It is interesting how it seems that Jesus’ ability to heal the sick is dependent on the faith of those around him.
24th Guest speaker Jim Erhman. “Seismic Shift: The Small Ways it Starts” Acts 9:18-26 Jim Erhman will speak at the 8AM and 10:30 traditional services. The message in the 10:15 Together In Praise will be given by our worship leader Tina Hallman Radell.
Opportunities To Serve Click here for detailed listing. This chart presents numerous opportunities to serve in our own time and based on our own schedule. Many of the needed talents on the list can be accomplished at times that fit conveniently with your schedule and lifestyle.
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Summer Camp starts soon. Both day camp and overnight camp available. Day camp starts June 18 and overnight camp starts June 24 The week of July 29th is the last camp. Sign your child up soon to get the week desired. Sessions fill up fast.