On the first and third Thursdays of February, March and April; we are studying a series at East Petersburg Mennonite Church called, "In the Dust of the Rabbi." We gather at 7:00p. It is my desire to invite you into the dust of the rabbi, for this exciting series. During his ministry in Israel, Jesus called… Continue reading You Are Invited Into The Dust Of The Rabbi On The First And Third Thursdays
Tradition and the Christmas Season are the best of friends. It is in the Christmas season, that we find ourselves celebrating with the ones we love; all of our favorite annual traditions. We do this to remind ourselves of who we are and what we love. We recreate our favorite memories and release ourselves to… Continue reading Christmas Traditions: Strasburg Rail Road
If you look to create and celebrate traditions in each season, like I do, then there is so much to celebrate in the fall season. It is in this season that we tend to forget our diets to enjoy a diverse selection of seasonal treats; including cookies, pies, apple cider, apple crisp, pumpkin-fused everything and… Continue reading You are invited to a Community Thanksgiving Eve Worship Gathering.
The Extraordinary Give is Lancaster County's Largest Day of Giving. This 24-hour giving marathon benefits more than 425 local organizations. Every dollar donated at ExtraGive.org on November 18 will be stretched with at least $300,000 from the Lancaster County Community Foundation, Rodgers & Associates, and our community partners to support the causes you care about.… Continue reading There’s Still Time To Support East Petersburg Day in the #ExtraGive!
East Petersburg is a small town with a big heart. We are full of #EastPeteHappy, as explained by Kristin Troop, the Owner at Wee Care Day School. There is so much about our town that makes it's neighborhoods' culture so awesome and full of heart. Our town is highly walkable, we have dozens of free… Continue reading East Petersburg is home to lots of great eats.
The East Petersburg Minister's Meet Up is a small town ministerium collaborating together to be resourced and to invest in our neighborhood of East Petersburg, PA. We gather on the last Thursday of every month at 12:00p. Our group is mostly pastors, but other church and ministry leaders are welcome. If you are interested in attending… Continue reading Today, the East Petersburg Minister’s Meet Up Meets with Mayor Jeff Geoghan.
A few years ago, I came across the writings of Andrew Murray. My first introduction to him was through a book he wrote, With Christ in the School of Prayer. Contagiously inspired by the book, I went on to explore most of his books and teachings. I continue to be deeply shaped by his writings.… Continue reading 7 Thoughts We Can’t Ignore from Andrew Murray on the Lord’s Prayer
The word commitment has been around a long time. Obviously, the idea of commitment has been around since the beginning of time. Some have suggested the word commitment, as a noun, came into existence somewhere around 1610. It was thought of as, "an action that officially consigning to the custody of the state." Commitment, around… Continue reading 15 Great Quotes on Commitment
For the past few years, The Extraordinary Give has become one of the biggest talked about opportunities of the Lancaster County's Fall Season. Each year, this 24-hour giving marathon benefits nearly 400 local non-profit organizations. On November 18th, individuals donate through the ExtraGive.org website to fund the organizations making differences in our neighborhoods, towns, and… Continue reading Continue to support the Events in our Neighborhood, through the Extraordinary Give.
I love the fall season. For me, the Fall season is meant to be packed full of drinking hot apple cider, exploring the beautiful foliage and devouring pumpkin marshmallow peeps. However, the fall season also is perfect for festive gatherings, pumpkin patches and fairs. One of my favorite (and free!) festive gatherings is happening on October 31st, 2016. I want to… Continue reading You’re invited to the 3rd Annual Community Bonfire at East Petersburg Mennonite Church