What’s in a name? If your answer is, Everything! then you answered correctly. Names are very important and your name and nicknames reveal something vital about you and your identity. This Advent Season we want to immerse ourselves in the names of God in order to grow in our appreciation of God’s redemptive character and purposes. Sunday morning messages in December will center on the names ascribed to Jesus in the Gospel narratives. A Daily Devotional is also available for our instruction which can be downloaded HERE. Each day a portion of Scripture highlights a unique name of God followed by Read More »
Al Stoltzfus was installed as Pastor of Discipleship & Outreach on Sunday, September 30. A native of Lancaster County, Al grew up in Germany. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Cairn University, and a Master of Arts in Christian Education from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is amazed at the rescuing grace and steadfast loving-kindness of God and passionate about adding value to people and processes to develop life-long followers of Jesus Christ. Al also loves introducing people to the rich spiritual heritage and breath-taking beauty of Lancaster County, which he will tell you is best experienced by Read More »
Everyone is invited to Renewal Meetings with speaker Steve Weaver beginning Sunday morning, October 21, during the 8:00 and 10:30 a.m. services, and continuing Sunday evenings at 6:00 p.m., October 21, 28, and November 4, 2018.
What could God do through us if we were completely open to His will and power? This question has been on our mind a lot lately. We have been praying simple prayers like, “Your will be done,” and “rearrange our lives however you see fit.” And for our church and community: revive us! We believe that God answers such prayers. Take a look at these two scriptures: “Look at the nations, and see! Be astonished! Be astounded! For a work is being done in your days that you would not believe, even if you were told.” – Habakkuk 1 :5 Read More »
We offer this guide for focused Bible reading throughout the Lenten season, which begins March 1 and ends with Easter Sunday, April 16. Each day has a Bible passage to read and a questions or statement to consider. Reading the passage for each day several times, or perhaps selecting different translations may help to make this more meaningful. To download the guide as a PDF, click here.
Blaze, Keegan and Kindle will not be meeting this evening due to inclement weather.
Everyone is invited to a discussion with thought leaders on Race and Faith, on Thursday, Feb. 16 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Weaverland Mennonite Church. The live event takes place in Tampa, Florida, but will be live streamed at Weaverland. The discussion encourages positive response instead of fear or panic tactics. Event is free and open to the public. For more information about the event, go to the event webpage here.
Join us February 5 through March 19 for a 7-week sermon series exploring Weaverland’s mission and core values. In addition, a 3-week Sunday School elective on “An Anabaptist Perspective on Healing and Lament” will also be offered. More information is below.
We live in a world filled with evil, violence, and human suffering which raises hard questions of a loving God. Even in the time of Christ, many desperate needs remained unmet as Jesus continued on to the next village. Where was God then, where is God now? Faith in a loving God collides with life’s most difficult and pain–filled questions. This class will focus on growing a Christ–centered perspective in the midst of such questions and consider how one best engages a suffering and traumatized world. Teacher: Pastor Brian Martin Schedule: Lesson 1: Feb. 27. As Jesus went…where was God? Lesson Read More »