Cornwall UMC exists to bring people into a closer relationship with Christ, His family, and His world.
This week's worship at Cornwall Church will feature our Second Saturday Gathering.
The evening will begin with a light meal at 5:30 P.M. We will then praise God together as we sing and pray. A short video from John Ortberg's series, "God is Closer Than You Think" will be shown and time given to chat around the tables based on this provocative subject. We plan on concluding the evening with additional singing and ending our time together by 7:00 P.M.
Reminder: There will be no Sunday morning service at 10:15 this Sunday, April 15th. Jim Erhman will be our guest speaker for the 8 and 10:30Services this Sunday.
Worship With Us Sunday Mornings
(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.
We Welcome You
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.
Gretna Glen Camp & Retreat Center is a ministry of The Eastern Pennsylvania United MethodistChurch. Our mission is to provide transforming experiences in sacred spaces with God’s creation that bring diverse people to new and renewed life in Jesus Christ.
April 1 Easter Sunday “Victory Won” John 20:1-18 Romans 8:31-39 In the Gospel lesson, we read that Mary first assumed that Jesus’ body had been taken away and then when she saw Jesus, she supposed that he was the gardener. She simply did not entertain the thought that he had been raised from the dead. God won victory over sin and death. We will see that God does not promise that all of our troubles will go away, but that we will have peace in Christ. Nothing can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus.
April 8 “We are Witnesses” John 20:19-29, 1 John 1:1-4 Jesus comes to us when we are fearful and when we doubt. Then, like Jesus’ disciples, we become witnesses of what we have experienced.
April 15 Pastor Jim Erhman will be the guest speaker at the 8:00 and 10:30AM Services. Due to the Second Saturday Gathering there is no 10:15AM Together In Praise today.
April 22 “An Upside-Down World” John 10:11-18, Acts 4:5-12 Jesus laid down His life for us. The stone which the builders rejected has become the Cornerstone. I will use examples of those who have laid down their lives in school shootings.
April 29 “Those who seek God” Acts 8:26-46 Matthew 7:7-12 The story of Philip and the Ethiopian shows how determined the Ethiopian was to find faith. He went to Jerusalem to worship and he somehow obtained a scroll containing the text of Isaiah. We will see how we might respond to those who are seeking spiritual things today. The Dedication of the Memorial Garden is scheduled following the conclusion of the late morning services today.