Located at the corner of West Southern Avenue and Howard Street in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania, a small community nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Allegheny mountains, Messiah Lutheran church is a large congregation of the Upper Susquehanna Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. One of the most recognizable features of our church is the crescent moon on our steeple. Click on the link below to learn more about its symbolism.
Whether you live in the area, are traveling through, or planning to relocate in north central Pennsylvania, it would be our joy to have you worship with us.
The church library is a wonderful way of reading Christian books, watching Christian themed DVD’s and deepening our faith. It’s easy to sign out books. However, please remember to return them in a timely fashion so others may enjoy them as well. If you haven’t finished your book, you can return it and sign it out again. Thanks!!!
Messiah Celebrates 150 Years
Join us! All of Messiah Church, people from near and far, friends and family, are invited to honor this milestone!
In honor of the 150th anniversary, a team of dedicated volunteers have been meeting to plan a celebratory Eucharist and Dinner on April 28, 2018
A video will be developed that will show various pictures and events from the ministry and outreach of Messiah. Memorabilia in the form of a Cat’s Meow or other keepsake will be crafted. We will honor in some way baptisms, marriages, confirmands and choir members as special ministries of Messiah Lutheran Church.
A great big THANK YOU goes out to the volunteers who are helping plan our anniversary celebration. Over the next several months historical snippets will be published in the messenger to highlight our journey to the present day.
The first highlight of Messiah’s history: In the summer of 1867 six families left St. Mark’s in Williamsport and began meeting in a former school on Church Street in South Williamsport. The group was pastored by Rev. J.G. Griffith who was called to mission work in Williamsport and vicinity.
Your support of our Anniversary events is appreciated through attendance, help and financial donations. Future meeting dates will be published in the Messenger and Bulletin. Please join us if interested!
Sunday September 17 Genesis 50:15-21; Romans 14:1-12; Matthew 18:21-35
Monday September 18 Psalm 133; Genesis 48:8-22; Hebrews 11:23-29
Tuesday September 19 Psalm 133; Genesis 49:29—50:14; Romans 14:13—15:2
Wednesday September 20 Psalm 133; Genesis 50:22-26; Mark 11:20-25
Thursday September 21 Psalm 145:1-8; Nahum 1:1, 14—2:2; 2 Corinth. 13:1-4
Friday September 22 Psalm 145:1-8; Nahum 2:3-13; 2 Corinth. 13:5-10
Saturday September 23 Psalm 145:1-8; Zephaniah 2:13-15; Matthew 19:23-30
Sunday September 24 Jonah 3:10—4:11; Phil. 1:21-30; Matthew 20:1-16
Monday September 25 Psalm 106:1-12; Genesis 27:1-29; Romans 16:1-16
Tuesday September 26 Psalm 106:1-12; Genesis 28:10-17; Romans 16:17-20
Wednesday September 27 Psalm 106:1-12; Isaiah 41:1-13; Matthew 18:1-5
Thursday September 28 Psalm 25:1-9; Ezekiel 12:17-28; James 4:11-16
Friday September 29 Psalm 25:1-9; Ezekiel 18:5-18; Acts 13:32-41
Saturday September 30 Psalm 25:1-9; Ezekiel 18:19-24; Mark 11:27-33
Did you know . . .
That Camp Mount Luther offers a daily devotional on their web site? To access it, visit http://cmlfaithformation.weebly.com/first-light
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