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.
Join us on Sunday for the Traditional Service at 9AM or Praise! Service at 11:15AM.
Church School for all ages is from 10-11AM. Please join us!
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.
Sensational Summer Schedule announced
One Service… one Vision… one Church!
With prayerful anticipation, our leaders deeply believe this summer will be an especially blessed time together as we introduce this very intentional blended service for the summer months. For 12 weeks, from June 21 to September 6, we will have the opportunity to enjoy One Service… one Vision… one Church!
Church Leaders and Staff have planned services that include traditions of psalters, hymns, and communal prayers, as well as contemporary music, instrumental and vocal solos, and of course, scripture and bible based messages from the pulpit.
Following the service each week will be blessed fellowship in Stringer Auditorium. Come expecting to build new relationships and strengthen old relationships. Come expecting to find empowering clarity regarding our identity, our vision and our mission as a prevailing and progressive Christian community.
One Service… one Vision… one Church will begin at 9:30 AM with Fellowship immediately following the service.
Join us and invite a friend!
The Music For Everyone (MFE) – Lancaster Community Chorus under the direction of GRAMMY nominee, A.J. Walker, will give its only Philadelphia area performance this spring at the Lansdale United Methodist Church, 300 N. Broad St., Lansdale, on Sunday, May 17th at 3:00 p.m.
The MFE Community Chorus was founded in May, 2010, to give people an opportunity to sing for the sheer joy of singing free from the constraints of mandatory practices and performances. The chorus is a non-audition, all-ages, multi-cultural body of singers who explore music from many lands, often in other languages. The music is learned by rote, with little emphasis on written music. In essence, they are a community of voices.
A.J. Walker serves as Artistic Director of the Music for Everyone Community Chorus and Director of Music at Linden Hall in Lititz PA. He is a graduate of Millersville University where he founded and conducted the Men’s Choir and served as drum major for the marching band. He began his musical career as a member of the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale in 1993. In 2014, A.J., as he likes to be known, was nominated for a GRAMMY in Music Education.
One of Walker’s original compositions, a choral work entitled “The Last Words of Beethoven” based on Beethoven's 'Heiligenstadt Testament' is currently being considered for publication and will have its West Coast premiere by the California State University East Bay Singers in May, 2015.
Music For Everyone (MFE), which had a strong hand in the formation of the Lancaster Community Chorus, is a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and resources for music in schools and communities. Since 2006, MFE has awarded over $330,000 in grants, scholarships and direct program support to schools and community arts groups in Lancaster County.
The Lansdale United Methodist Church Chancel Choir and other church music groups will participate. Child-care is provided and refreshments will be available.
A free-will offering will be taken.
For additional information, contact:
Edwin Roberts, Director of Music, Lansdale UMC, 300 N. Broad St., Lansdale, PA 19446
NEPAL EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE!!
The Blue Envelope Mission Emphasis during June will be going to aid the relief effort in Nepal following the Massive earthquake in late April. Thousands of people were killed or displaced and need our help. United Methodist Committe on Releif, UMCOR ,responded immediately with $90,000 to provide water for survivors. Relief will continue as needed. Be in prayer for our Missionaries and their families serving in Nepal and others who were survivors.
Please make a donation in June in your Blue Mission Envelope or use a yellow pew envelope and mark it Nepal Earthquake, if you do not have church envelopes.
You can make a difference to those afflicted and now homeless and in need in Nepal.
Lansdale United Methodist Church members have been on the move. We had a flapjack fundraiser at Applebee's to raise money for the Fulfilling Our Covenant fund. We hosted Central District workshop on Vital Conversations on Intercultural Competency on April 18. Adult and youth volunteered for a second community day of service around Lansdale and especially at Oak Park Elementary on Saturday, April 18 for Volunteers in Motion program. One dozen of our adults went to Crisfield MD on a mission trip for a week to rebuild houses damaged from Super Storm Sandy with Carpenter's Calling Mission Project. The Youth also ran another successful rummage sale to raise funds for their summer mission trip. To see a slideshow of some of these activities, click here.