Our congregation is seeing increased involvement in missions and service in our local community and outreach to the world. We offer programs that nurture our people at every age. We have diversity in our worship experiences and genuine loving relationships in our fellowship opportunities. So whether you are a long-time church attender or you've never stepped inside a church before, you are welcome here! We believe that God is calling us to be a caring community in which: The Gospel is presented in a compelling and relevant way. We reach out to the unchurched and people who are new to our community and draw them into a personal relationship with Christ.
Unbelievers discover a place where they can search for truth without fear of judgement.
Believers are nurtured and strengthened in their faith through worship, study and fellowship.
Small groups provide the opportunities for support, encouragement and evangelism.
Newcomers are drawn into the life of the church, helped to establish friendships, and to find the opportunities for service which are right for them.
Caregiving ministries offer practical help and hope to those within our fellowship who need it.
We actively participate in mission beyond our own walls, locally, nationally and globally.
Seeds of faith are planted and nurtured in the lives of children as they experience the love of Jesus through us.
Teenagers discover their true identity, and develop a world view that gives them stability and direction in times of unprecedented change.
Adults of all ages, married and single, find meaning in their lives by discovering and using their spiritual gifts.
Love is shared freely and a sense of Christian unity encourages all to experience acceptance and a feeling of belonging.
Our mission is to share God's love through celebration and service.
The core beliefs of the United Methodist Church are recorded in our denomination’s Book Of Discipline. The link below will take you to a web page that lists the history of the Methodist denomination and the foundational documents including the Articles of Religion of the Methodist Church and the Confession of Faith of the Evangelical United Brethren Church, the two denominations that merged to form The United Methodist Church.
Cornwall UMC 717-272-0148
P.O. Box 687 Alden St. Cornwall, PA 17016
For GPS locater enter 50 Freeman Dr. Lebanon, PA
Office Hours For Our Church Secretary Mon-fri. 9AM to Noon Voice Mail Avail 24 Hours