FCC believes that one of the best ways that we can show the unity found in God’s love is by working in partnership with other organizations which minister to the community.
For almost 50 years, FCC has provided meeting space for various Girl Scout troops. Currently, we feel privileged to provide meet space for Troops 21678, 21673, 20689, 20636, 20703, 20682, 21685, 20667, and the 7 Bridges Service Unit. The Girls Scouts and the church combine to work to serve the community through fundraiser, gathering food for the food bank, and mission projects.
If you would like to learn more about the Girl Scouts, visit their website at Girl Scouts in the Heart of Pennsylvania.
We are a faith based community organization dedicated to helping individuals achieve “Emotional Justice”. We work in partnership with people to help them transition through the various stages of life after any emotionally traumatic experience.
We are dedicated to supporting, educating, and assisting to secure prevention services for individuals seeking Mental Health. We seek to provide a safe space where all individuals can find support, rediscover their voice, and grow towards wholeness after being subjected by an emotional trauma.
To promote health and wholeness, FACE -2- FACE offers interactive educational support group sessions for individuals living with a mental illness or suffering from an emotional trauma. These weekly sessions will create an atmosphere of safety for individuals, their families, and their friends, to come receive support, education and assistance with their individual needs.
Session began on Wednesday November 16, 2016. For convenience we will offer a afternoon session from 12:00 PM -1:00 PM and an evening session from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Participation in both sessions is not a requirement, however you are welcomed to attend both if you so desire. If you are interesting in joining either of these two sessions please contract us at 717-454-FACE. Preregistration is not required but welcomed, and all FACE -2- FACE services are open to all age groups.
Composed of the churches of Lemoyne and Wormleysburg, the ministerium works to meet the needs of the community as well as provide spiritual activities such as special worship services, Lenten Lunches, and Vacation Bible School. The Ministerium is made up on Calvary United Methodist, Grace United Methodist Church, Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, and Cornerstone Fellowship Assembly of God.
Due to increased demand, a new food bank for specifically the Lemoyne and Wormleysburg area was started in 2010 at the Cornerstone Assembly Fellowship. We support them with food collected on our Pantry Sunday each month. Named after the story where Jesus took five loaves of bread and two fish and multiplied them to feed thousands, we know that if we share there is no reason for people to be hungry.
New Hope Ministries is a faith-based non-profit who provides support and organized assistance for at risk or in crisis individuals and families. They offer crisis assistance with food and various other immediate needs. They also have programs for children and youth including after-school and summer programs. In Fall 2011, we became a supporting congregation. We support them through food as well as other ways.
Mission Central is the mission warehouse of the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church. Along with 23 satellite operations called “HUBs”, they supply humanitarian goods and logistical services to hundreds of different ministry and social service agencies. We have sent teams of volunteers to help their mission.