Celebrate God's Presence With Us!


We are currently holding Sunday worship inside our sanctuary. If you choose to join us please wear a mask and sit in the pews designated as open.

We would appreciate if you would adhere to the following rules: 
Face masks must be worn at all times as per Governor Wolfs directive.
Maintain a 6ft distance between your group and other groups.
There will be music but singing is not allowed (so please resist the urge to join in)
Refrain from physical greetings (Hugs, Handshakes).

A video of the service will be available later in the day
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Romansville United Methodist Church

Sunday Worship Service*
9:00 am

Adult Sunday School
10:30 am​
(Temporarily Suspended)

FELLOWSHIP
After the service downstairs.
Everyone is Welcome!
(Temporarily Suspended)

Pastor: Rev. John Neider

1​​859 W. Strasburg Road, Romansville, PA 19320
Church Office: 610.486.0189 ​


Jesus was born into a world that was filled with pain, fear, and oppression. And it was his teachings that would challenge it and call for transformation. The opening words of an anonymous Jewish poet, “I believe in the sun, even when the sun is not shining,” were scrawled on a wall during the Holocaust.  Through the power of the spoken word, scripture, and music, we are called to transformation and reconciliation through hope, love, joy, and peace. Come join us this Advent Season and let us fill the night with music and light. Let’s “believe, even when” we are discouraged.


Date
Sermon Title
Focus Scripture
Theme
November 29
I Believe in the Sun: Hope for Tomorrow
Isaiah 40: 1-11; Mark 1: 1-15
Isaiah and Mark both reassure us that the good news is beginning and ask us to “make yourselves ready!”
December 6
I Believe in Love: Daring Right Relationship
Mathew 1: 1-25; Isaiah 7: 14
In the Gospel of Matthew and Isaiah, God sends a messenger heralding a new era and telling us: “do not be afraid”.
December 13
I Believe in God: Ode to Joy
Isaiah 57: 14-19; Luke 1: 1-4; 26-56
Like the exiled people of Isaiah’s time and our early Christians, we sometimes wonder where God is in our suffering. We long to hear the promise that good news is on the way!
December 20
I Believe in the Light: Illuminating Peace
Isaiah 9: 2-7; John 1: 1-18
The “great light” is prophesied by Isaiah and John’s Gospel brings peace and saves the people from all that would extinguish it–and it has been there from the beginning.