We are a dynamic, positive congregation that seeks to make disciples of Jesus Christ by proclaiming the good news of God's grace and thus seeking the fulfillment of God's reign and realm in the world. We are a warm family of believers who welcome you to join our faith family and begin to experience God's grace in your life.
We at Lansdale United Methodist Church are deeply rooted in the Christian tradition with a heritage of faith in experiencing both a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and a communal expression of compassion for others. All of this is based on the foundational belief in the gift of prayer that sustains us as individuals and as a church. We seek to know God's will and express that will in disciplined lives of faith through worship, Bible study and Christian education, financial giving, talents, time and service.
Hand Bell Choir
By the time this goes to press, we are confident we will have two octaves of Hand Bells and all the paraphernalia that goes with them in house. This set of bells has been made possible with a very generous gift from Joe Millman with additional funding from the LUMC Trustees.
The bells will be dedicated to the memory of Sandy Millman.
Paul Bonner will lead the bell choir and people who ae interested in ringing should talk to Paul or to Ed Roberts.
Ringing bells is not predicated upon the ability to read music. Each ringer will be responsible for two bells and his or her notes will be color coded in the music, so the only real requirement is being able to count to four.
We eagerly look forward to this addition to our music program. And we thank God that He has provided the confluence of gifts and talents that will give greater glory to Him as well as enhancement to our worship for many, many years.
We expect to begin hearing them during the Advent and Christmas seasons.
LANSDALE >> An area coalition of churches is looking for ways to help its community, and is reaching out to the North Penn School District to do so.
On Thursday morning the North Penn Partnership of Churches kicked off its second year of existence by announcing its plans to connect area churches with NPSD’s 13 elementary schools.
“What would it look like if every church in the region adopted a school?” said J.R. Briggs of Renew Community and informal leader of NPPoC.
“Maybe even have two churches per school, to take it in whatever direction we want. Here’s the deal — it is not our agenda of what we think the school needs, it is us going to the principal of that school saying ‘We’re here to help,’” he said.
Applebee’s Flapjack Fundraiser
October 18, 2014
8:00AM to 10:00AM
Price $7.50 for Adults; $4.50 for children under 10
Ralph’s Corner at Forty Foot Rd.
Bring your family and neighbors!
Tickets will be sold each Sunday between services OR call the church office (215) 855-8364.
Seats are limited, so get your tickets early!
Proceeds will go toward the Fulfilling our Covenant Fund.
Taize Prayer Service
Wednesday, October 22, 7 p.m.
All are welcome to worship with prayer and music on Wednesday, October 22 at 7 p.m. Taize Prayer Services include short chants, repeated again and again, which give it a meditative character. Music is led by the choir.
Please contact Deb Neild LUMC-Asst2Pastor@verizon.net with any questions.
We hope to see you there!