Welcome to Mellingers Evangelical Lutheran Church up on the hill in Schoeneck, Pennsylvania. Help us serve the Lord and transform lives through the power of Christ and the Grace of Almighty God. Participate in our congregational and community outreach.
On Thursday April 8th:
There were updates made to the website.
Our doors have opened again to returned for indoor worship. Service is at 9:00 am with the protocols of masking and distancing and hand sanitizing. There will be some singing with masks
Please enter the door on the Gockley Road side of the Church.
If you have a fever or are not feeling well please remain at home or you can listen to the service in the Parking Lot on your car radio at 98.3 FM. Services will also continue to be Live Streamed on Facebook and then added to the Sermons tab.
NOTE: Access to our live stream is available with or without a Facebook account. Going to the page, interested worshipers should see the live feed, as well as previous videos from past services. Users without a Facebook account will be prompted to login, but that can be bypassed by clicking the small “Not Now” option below the green “Create New Account” button.
Please be on the lookout for further information posted here or your emails.
Thank you for your continued support and prayers through these changes.
Recorded Lenten Services Information:
Each week services will be pre-recorded and made available on Wednesdays in Lent:
Feb. 17: Ash Wednesday: Each Congregation has its own service.
Feb. 24: St. Paul Adamstown-Pastor Sandy Gideon “In Community With Creation”
March 3: Pastor Marissa Becklin Faith, Denver “In Community With All The Saints”
March 10: St. John Center, East Earl-Pastor Tom Darr
“In Community With Our Neighbor”
March 17: Mellingers Lutheran, Schoeneck-Pastor Tim Craven
March 24: Muddy Creek, Denver-Pastor Peter Schwabe-Fry
March 31: Bergstrasse, Ephrata-Pastor James Goodyear
JEREMY HARTING CANCER FUND
As we continue to pray for Jeremy Harting in his battle with cancer we can also help, as we are able, by contributing to Jeremy’s Go Fund Me page the link to which is here: