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.
• Singing is allowed behind your mask.
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 ​


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No Longer Strangers
Starting in July, we will be looking at Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. His primary focus was to teach the church how to be a community worthy of the gospel. In the midst of interpersonal conflicts, he reminds them that they are “now in Christ Jesus,” no longer strangers to God and, importantly, no longer alienated from each other. Because of this new life in Christ, they are experiencing a radical transformation of their identity— as individuals and as a community. During these six weeks we will explore questions like: What does it look like to live in reconciliation with God and with neighbor? How do we practice it in radical ways? 
          

Date       Scripture                               Focus
July 11        Eph. 1: 3– 14                  God chose us to be adopted together as a family in Christ 
July 18       Eph. 2: 11– 22                 God reconciles divided peoples in a politically subversive act.
July 25       Eph. 3: 14– 21                God can do things through us we cannot imagine.
August 1    Eph. 4: 1– 16                  God calls us to unity, requiring humility and acceptance of one another.
August 8    Eph. 4: 25– 5: 2              God calls us to make peace, dealing with anger in a righteous, loving way.
August 15  Eph. 5: 15– 20                God fills us with the Spirit, bringing joy and thankfulness to ordinary days.