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.  


Come expecting to find empowering clarity regarding our identity, our vision and our mission as a prevailing and progressive Christian community.


9:00AM for Traditional Service

10:15AM Church School for all ages

11:15AM Praise! Service


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.



The Blue Envelope Mission Emphasis for May 2016 will go to support our Youth (God's Youth in Motion) Mission trip July 16 to 23, 2016 to McColl, SC.  The team will be repairing homes in and around McColl and Marlboro Co.  Your financial assistance is greatly appreciated.




“Missions In The Kitchen” Reminder


Tues., May 3, 2016  


Apple Dumpling pickup


11:30 AM to 12:30 PM


2:00 PM to 4:00 PM


6:00 PM to 7 PM


Contact Person:  Barbara Hartmann, 215-896-3350


Your generous Gift helps families recover, communities rebuild, and Hope to be restored after disaster strikes.


“And God is able to provide you with every blessing in abundance to that… you may share abundantly in every good work.”     - 2 CORINTHIANS 9:8  NRSV


April 2-9, 2016 Mission Trip Report:

There were 24 volunteers from various churches who joined the Carpenter’s Calling Mission Team &

headed to South Carolina to help with repair efforts from floods that hit the state in early Oct 2015. Pete & Mary Noll, Ed & Barb Hartmann, & Mark Reinmiller volunteered from LUMC.   Working

through the SC conference of the UMC  relief efforts, the team was assigned to 3 homes in Kingstree in Williamburg Co.  We were housed a half hour north at Lake City 1st Baptist Church in Lake City, SC.  The church showed true southern hospitality in welcoming & providing all our needs.  Randy, our church contact shared lots of town & personal history of the area & his mission work in Haiti, with lots of sincerity & humor. 

House #1  was at the home of a disabled man.  The crew worked on various finish jobs with replacement of 2 new outside doors and an inside door.  Built a set of wooden steps/railings, finished trim work, staining, built shelves in a closet, and our own Mark Reinmiller laid under the house 3 days or more replacing water lines, then hooking up bathroom tub, toilet, sink, and water heater.  Other finish items were done as well.

House #2  was in the town of Kingstree where the crew finished painting the 1st floor rooms,  connected plumbing in the kitchen,  some counter top work & electrical projects.

House #3 was in a remote area in Kingstree and had a lot of damage.   Lots of plumbing, outside siding replacement, insulation removal & replacement, some drywall, carpentry, & others  kept that crew busy all week.

We were told that there were 100,000 homes flooded across SC with the heavy 20” or more rainfall.  Damns broke, rivers crested over their banks, and roads & bridges washed out.    Homeowners had to leave their homes & many not sure how to return.   God spoke to our hearts to volunteer to help with whatever skills we had.  With heart and hands, together & God leading the way, we accomplished so much for our three homeowners. 

We thank the congregation for our fundraising efforts throughout the year & your prayers. 

We feel blessed and humbled by the experience.

Ed and Barb Hartmann