Becoming Involved

St. Paul’s New Members Class

During the season of Lent Pastor Reep leads a class for those seeking to unite with our family of faith at St. Paul’s. Classes will be held Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 10:10 during the five Sundays in Lent all of which fall in the month of March (3/1, 8, 15, 22, 29) and are held in the lower level community room #4.  This is a great opportunity to learn about St. Paul’s ministry, the Lutheran tradition, and learn your way around the building!  If you are interested in attending, please call the church office – 717-843-8155 or email us at to register.

Something is always going on at St. Paul’s!

Come to a Sunday Service and experience for yourself the sense of family in the congregation, the shared enthusiasm for Christ’s work, the beautiful music program, and the joy of worshiping God together.

There are myriad opportunities to join in Christian fellowship and community service at St. Paul’s.  We welcome you to join in any of the worship and/or secular activities which may be of interest to you.  You don’t have to be an official member of St. Paul’s to be involved in our worship services, fellowship, and serving.

Current volunteer opportunities are:

  1.  Food Pantry Volunteers are needed to accompany clients through the Food Pantry on Tuesday mornings.  Simply call the church office to identify the Tuesday of the month that best fits with your schedule.
  2.  Central Penn Food Bank delivers food products to us on select Thursday mornings each month.  Do you have a Thursday morning once a month to help unload and place food products in the pantry area that have been delivered by Central Penn Food Bank?

Fall/winter/spring 2019/2020 will offer many opportunities for your Christian faith to grow and for everyone to get involved. Chancel Choir, Handbell Choir, Bible Study, Sunday School for children and adults, Food Pantry, Altar Guild, Baking Communion Bread, Assembling the Newsletter, Serving as an Usher, Lector, Cantor, Communion Assistant, Acolyte–the list goes on and on. If you would like more information about a particular area of service simply talk with a staff member. We would love to have you take an active part in our ministry.  The time and talent form at the end of the pew is a listing of all of the ways you can be involved.  Please complete and put in the offering plate.

Current liturgies, Bible studies, clubs and activities are listed in the monthly calendar found on the webpage and a weekly calendar to the right of each web page. For those interested in joining St. Paul’s congregation, new member classes are held during the season of Lent and , if called for, at other times as needed.  Please speak to the Pastor if you have questions or would be interested in joining St. Paul’s.  All are welcome here!








“As the grains of wheat once scattered on the hill were gathered in to one to become our bread; so may all your people from all the ends of earth be gathered into one in You.”                   As the Grains of Wheat, Marty Haugen