Join us Sunday mornings @ 9:00 for worship; in-person or virtually on Facebook LIVE

 Holy Communion celebrated on the first Sunday of each month.

Children’s Messages on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of each month.
 
A social hour and Sunday School classes meet each week following worship.

UPCOMING EVENTS.

‘LIVE’ VIRTUAL WORSHIP

Select
Virtual Worship Bulletin
to guide you thru the 7 pm service.
 
Select Childrens Bulletin
    for Pre-Readers here
          and Readers here
 
Book Club Discussion
will resume January 21 at 10:30am with a discussion of true crime/mystery books.
See Pastor Cheryl for details.
 
Midweek Bible Studies
Pastor Brandon will begin his midweek bible studies on Wednesday, February 21st at 6 pm.  Topic to be announced.
Sundays @ 9:00 am
Join us for worship with Pastor Brandon, Marie, & Friends
   
Worship with us together from your home, as we gather to proclaim Jesus Christ as our Savior. May all who are present find strength and inspiration as we worship. If you can’t join us thru our front door, join us through our virtual door.
Welcome!!! 
 
Select
Virtual Worship Bulletin
to guide you thru the service.
 
Select Childrens Bulletin
    for Pre-Readers here
          and Readers here
 
 
Use this convenient,
safe & secure option
to make a donation.

 

 
 
At the 2021 Synod Assembly, the Synod honored individuals who celebrated significant anniversaries of ordination. Those who celebrated 50th anniversaries were interviewed including Pr. David Werley, a son of our congregation. You can hear his message Be Yourself. God Can Use Your Unique Gifts that you bring to the Lord’s work.by clicking here!
 

Welcome Pastor Brandon!

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Blessings Shop are Open
 
and are getting things from Second Harvest.
The pantry wants everyone to remain safe, but while you are shopping, if you want to buy items listed below or donate gift cards, it would be much appreciated. You may bring your items to church and place in the bins in the foyer or items can be dropped off at the pantry on
the FIRST TUESDAY and LAST SATURDAY of the month.
 
PLEASE tell them to mark your donation for WEISENBERG CHURCH.
 
Items Needed for each month can be found in the newsletter.
 
 
THANK YOU EVERYONE
 
 ~ to everyone that supported the Kauffman’s Chicken Dinner. The youth sold 590 dinners.
 
 ~ to everyone that supported the Souper Bowl of Caring, Rock-a-Thon, and the Filled Grocery Bag Collection to support our Sr Hi Youth which enabled them to purchase food for the local food pantry and help God’s people in need in our community.
 
 ~ to everyone that purchased Krispy Kreme Doughnuts from our youth. We sold 175 boxes.
 
 ~ to everyone that provided food for the families of Family Promise in January.
 
 ~ to the Dengler Family for a $250 Thrivent donation to the Sr Hi Youth Group to benefit residents at Cornerstone Living Nursing Home. The staff found three items on Amazon; an aquarium, a water park sprinkler toy for residents to enjoy outdoors, and a rainbow-colored parachute toy tent.
 
 ~ to the Dengler Family for a $250 Thrivent donation to the Sr Hi Youth Group to benefit the Sunday Breakfast Mission in Philadelphia. Although we are not able to do our traditional mission trip to The Philadelphia Project, we did purchase 11 pillows and 54 boxers which will be delivered to the mission soon. We are so appreciative of these Thrivent funds to continue to serve others in need.
 
 ~ that purchased yummy Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. We sold 175 boxes.
 
 ~ that donated jewelry. We made $1400 which will support all the youth attending the ELCA National Gathering in Minneapolis in July. This will greatly help offset their costs.
 
 ~ that donated funds in 2021 to keep our church financially stable as well as the missions that we support. Your generosity is very much appreciated!
 
 ~ that participated in the Christmas Cantata.
 
 ~ that purchased poinsettias to adorn our sanctuary for Christmas.
 
 ~ that attended our Wreaths Across America program and helped lay wreaths on our veterans graves.
 
 ~ that purchased Matey’s Pizza’s from our youth fundraising program. We sold 164 pizzas.
 
 – to Kristen Edelman-Weiner, Vice President of our NEPA Synod who joined us for worship on November 28. We are grateful for her sharing with us during the worship service and for the question and answer time during our social hour. 
 
 ~ that gave to the WELCA Thankoffering Collection to support women’s programs.
 
 ~ that donated towards Dee’s project to help local women in need.
 
 ~ that gave to the Children’s Sabbath Day Collection to help local families pay for utilities.
 
 ~ that participated in the annual Hay Ride and Trunk or Treat. It was neat to see so many kids dressed up and the fun that was had by everyone that attended.
 
 ~ that supported the Fall Foliage Walk and Collection to help families in the Family Promise organization. We collected $600 in donations and gift cards plus supplies for the families.
 
 ~ that supported our Community Food and Fun event. Together we made a difference with the bake sale, basket raffle, Vince’s food truck and concession stand and we raised $5,781.50 which was split between the Sunday School and ELCA Disaster Response.
 
 ~ brought food items for Harvest Home which has been shared with the Food Pantry at Lowhill.
 
 ~ that participated in our Survey on how Screens should be used during in-person and virtual worship. 40 survey’s were returned. Click here for results.
 
 ~ that supported the Jr & Sr Hi Youth’s 12 Hour ROCK-A-THON on August 13. The $835 that was raised will support ELCA World Hunger and the local food pantry.
  
We rejoice in your sharing the Gospel with us. 
  Thank you for your support, dedication and faithfulness in our ministry together. 
 God Bless You and Have a Wonderful Day!
 
Other News in a Nutshell
 
RECYCLING NEWSPAPERS
On the first Sunday of each month, place your old newspapers in the truck or trailer located next to the school house.  Tie them in bundles or place in paper bags. Please do NOT use plastic bags!
 
COLLECTIONS
Any of these items may be placed in the Container on the church porch
or
put in the specified containers in the social room on the wooden table:
Cancelled Stamps – for Central Grange. See Elaine for questions.
Box Tops for Education – for Weisenberg Elementary School. See Kathy for info.
Soda Can Tabs – for Ronald McDonald House. See Kathy for info.
Redner’s Save-A-Tape Program – for our Church’s General Fund Expenses. Show your Redners Save-A-Tape card when shopping and submit your Save-A-Tape receipts. Do not cut off any portion of the tape. Contact Joyce for info.
 
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