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- 8:00AM Traditional Worship Service with Holy Communion
- 9:30AM Family Centered Worship Service with Holy Communion.
- 2nd Sunday – “Unity Service” at 9:30AM with fellowship time (Starts in February)
Sunday School & Adult Education at 8:30AM on Sundays, from September through May. Tthere is no learning time on Fellowship Sundays.
- SMALL GROUP MINISTRIES AND FELLOWSHIP GROUPS Pub Theology – 1st Thursday of the month at 7 PM. Presently meeting at Main Street Pub – 505 Main Street, Bally, PA 19503. Join us for a relaxing evening of conversation. A different faith topic is brought to the group. Call 215-679-5553 ext 110 for more information. Runs from September through May.
Men’s Fellowship and Breakfast – 1st Saturday of the month at 8 AM at The Valley Cafe in Pennsburg. Call 215-679-5553 ext 110 for more information.
Women’s Fellowship and Breakfast – 3rd Saturday of the Month at 8:30AM will be meeting next at the Pennsburg Diner on January 21, 2017.
Lunch Bunch – 2nd Wednesday of the month at 11:30AM; watch the weekly email blast and newsletter for details about this wonderful event. Typically you bring lunch and a coffee cup and we provide the coffee and entertainment. Some months though, lunch is prepared. Folks whose birthday month it is are asked to bring a dessert to share. Please save your Redner’s tape (use the redner card) and bring to our meetings.
Victory House – Soup Kitchen Ministry. We travel to Victory House on the 2nd Sunday of each month. If you would like to join us and help serve, would like to prepare some food prior to the trip or have any questions about the Victory House at all, please contact Laura Foreman at 267-923-8895 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Youth Group – 2nd Friday of the month. For more information: Bob and Laura Foreman at 267-923-8895 or email@example.com or Jason and Tracy Launders at 215-703-3162 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Mlalo Lutheran Parish
North Eastern Diocese – Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania
What is a Companion Parish Relationship?
A companion parish relationship is an opportunity to grow in relationship with sisters and brothers in Christ throughout the church. This companion relationship provides opportunities for prayer, learning and sharing in our respective settings. Together we seek to grow in Christian love and gain a deeper understanding of each other as fellow members of the body of Christ.
The Mlalo Parish
The Mlalo Parish is the headquarters of the Northern Deanery in the North – Eastern Diocese (NED) of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Tanzania (ELCT). The Mlalo parish spans the government administrative Mlalo Ward in Lushoto District which is among the eight districts of Tanga Region in Tanzania. A parish is a cluster of congregations working together within a specific geographic region.
The history of Mlalo Parish goes back to the 6th of April 1891 when the Germany Missionaries Johannesn and Wohlrab came to Mlalo from Tanga and met the chief of Wasambaa (Thetribe which Lives here) Shekinyasi who showed them this area. On the 7th of April 1891 they slept under the big tree which is still existing known as “Muula,” where later on they built a Church and a Mission station in July 1891.
The Mlalo Parish has the main or central church called “Hohen” which actually means Peaceful Mountain and five sub parishes which are Lwandai, Sinai, Dule, Kungutana na Baghai.
The parish started with only five people who agreed to be baptized after having true faith that Christ is the Lord. But now the number of Christians in Mlalo parish had increased. Right now Mlalo Parish comprises of 1158 elder people including 516 men and 642 women while the number of children is 365 boys and 356 girls which gives the total number of children 721. So the total number of the people of Mlalo Parish is 1879.
Members of the Parish Staff
To learn more about the Mlalo Lutheran Parish and meet the parish staff, click here.
Disaster Response of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America works with local disaster officials, governments and synods to assist with initial recovery and cleanup efforts.
ELCA Disaster Response coordinates teams of long-term volunteers to respond to continuing needs in the coming months.
Contributions to the ELCA Disaster Response efforts may be made to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church – Red Hill. 100% of contributions received will go to the church’s response.
Upcoming Benefit Concert – Voices for the Vanderslice Family – February 4th at Christ’s Lutheran Church – 700 East Pennsylvania Avenue, Oreland PA 19075. Tickets $15.00. Featuring Music, refreshments and a free will offering. All profits go to help cover the costs of Pastor Vanderslice’s Leukemia Treatment. If you cannot attend but wish to donate, send donations to the church at the address above. Write Voices for Vanderslice in the memo line. Thank you.
We are located on a forty-five acre country campus at 1244 St. Paul’s Church Road in Upper Hanover Township, Pennsylvania, just outside the Borough of Red Hill.
We view our church facility to be a blessing and open our doors in a variety of ways to welcome others. Founded in the early 1700s, we are grateful for our past and hopeful for the future as we experience God’s amazing grace at work in our lives, community and world.
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