Welcoming All to Worship
Saturday Evening: 5 pm in Fellowship Hall
Sunday Morning: 9 am Drive-In Worship
Sunday Morning: 10:45 am in the Nave
Sunday’s Worship Service
The Bread of Life
We are now offering online worship participants the opportunity to join in the sacrament of Holy Communion. With each service posted, we will provide instructions on how to prepare the elements for worship. You may use your own wine or grape juice together with bread or crackers. Consider placing the bread on a plate and using a cup or individual juice glass. Communion packets are also available for your use. You may stop by the St. Matthew Church office to pick them up or call 717-637-7101 or e-mail email@example.com.
In the mystery of Holy Communion, our Lord is truly present in the words spoken and the elements received whether we are at church or in our homes.
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This Service was held in the St. Matthew Nave on Saturday, July 10, 2021. The Rev. Eric Wogen presented the…Learn More
The Congregation Council is calling a Special Congregation Meeting immediately following our 10:45 service on August 15, 2021. The Call Committee has finished its work and has recommended Taylor Berdahl as a candidate to Congregation Council for the position of Associate Pastor at St. Matthew. The Council has interviewed and is recommending her to the congregation. A special “Meet and…Learn More
Whole blood and “Power Red” donors are needed at our next Blood Drive on Monday, August 23 from 12 – 5:30 pm in Fellowship Hall. Blood donations typically drop off during the summer months, but the need for blood does not. So, your donation is even more important right now. The Whole Blood donation process takes about 1 hour, while…Learn More
Our leader for the Camp Hebron Retreat this year is Pastor Angela Zimmann, Interim President of United Lutheran Seminary. The Retreat will be held October 29-31 (Fri. – Sun.) centered around the theme “Our Lutheran Sisters in Jerusalem: The Life of a Woman in the Land of Jesus.” At Camp Hebron there will be faith renewal in worship, laughter and…Learn More
This Service was held in the St. Matthew Nave on Saturday, July 10, 2021. The Rev. Eric Wogen presented the sermon/eulogy and special music included the St. Matthew Ringers, Nancy Leister, Jonathan Ruths and Stephen Dickensheets. Dr. Ruths began a twenty-year ministry as Senior Pastor of St. Matthew Lutheran Church, Hanover, on April 1, 1967. During his ministry, a five-year…Learn More
On August 7, 2021, Brad and Andrea Hersh will be traveling to Guatemala to help at Hogar Miguel Mahone Orphanage and Hope Academy. The orphanage has some very urgent requests. Covid has been particularly challenging for the children there and they have had very few visitors/donations and are lacking many basic supplies. Below is a list of their biggest needs.…Learn More
Ruth’s Harvest is looking for packing team members, people to deliver bags to the local Hanover Elementary Schools, and two Coordinators to organize this amazing ministry. If you or someone you know would like to join us or need further details, please contact Hanover Area Council of Churches, 717-633-6353, or Debby Seibert, 717-451-7001. Thank you!Learn More
Discovery Place Preschool is looking for some HELPING HANDS at St. Matthew. Beginning on Sunday July 18, the preschool will share a display board with requests for specific donations to our preschool – items like glue sticks, colored copy paper, paper towels, and sanitizing wipes. There will also be a large bin available beginning the next week to collect these…Learn More
The York Revolution baseball team has a promotional night which will be held on August 21, at 6:30 p.m. There will be fireworks launched from Center Field. We will meet at the front of the stadium at 5:45 p.m. A $15 price includes ticket to the game, a food voucher which includes a hot dog, soda and bag of chips.…Learn More