We gather for times of fellowship to strengthen our faith in Christ and to build our church family relationships.
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Meets in the Choir Room every Sunday at 9:45 am between our Sunday Worship services when an Adult Forum is not scheduled. Studies have included the kings and prophets of Israel and Judah, the Epistle to the Colossians, and sheep and shepherds for 3 weeks in December. Additional seasonal bible studies are held during Lent and during the summer months. Look for details in your bulletin.
Held in Creighton Hall, is a program with a variety of topics and speakers held on Sundays when Bible Study is not held. Previous topics included: Religious Life at West Point (a presentation by the visiting cadets); an overview of the gospel according to Matthew; a series on Henry Melchoir Muhlenberg; a presentation about the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia; a program on our Elwyn Ministry; an Ecology Sunday presentation; the history of favorite Hymns; Habitat for Humanity; presentations on the Appalachia Service Project trip and the Tanzania trip; and Lutheran view of Saints and of the End of the World.
The Young Adults Fellowship provides enjoyable venues for church members in their twenties and thirties to get to know each other better outside of formal church services, including summer concerts at Rose Tree Park, a spring cookout, and fondue night among others. In addition to having fun together, we are committed to doing at least one service project a year. We would love for you to join us!
The men’s breakfast meets at 7:30 a.m. on the second Saturday of each month, September through May, for food, fellowship and, frequently, a guest speaker or presentation.
This women’s small group meets in once a year at the beach and studies a different book each year. All women are welcome to attend.
The OWLs stands for “Older, Wiser, Lutherans” and they meet the second Monday of the month from September through June, for lunch and a program.
Reformation has choirs for all ages. New members are always welcome!
This Choir meets for practice every Thursday evening and sings during the 8:30am service. Many of the hymns sung during our Traditional 8:30am service include the all time favorites accompanied by our organist and Choir director, Jayne Swank.
For kids ages 4 through grade 5. They meet Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. during the school year and sing in front of the congregation at the late service about once a month. They are always happy to have new members.
This choir sings at our contemporary service at 11am and is directed by our Director of Contemporary Worship, Bill Lafty. New members are always welcome.
This choir is for kids ages 10-18. They practice once a week and play at the late service about once a month.
Parenting Plus is directed to the parents of Sunday School aged children and is held in the Sunday School wing on the Sundays when Bible Study is scheduled. Topics of interest suggested by the participants are discussed.
This group of women knit or crochet prayer shawls or blankets to be given to the members of Reformation or their family or friends in times of sickness or grief and in times of joy and celebration. Each month the shawls are then blessed with prayer at our worship service to go forth and comfort others.
Each year we organize groups of 8 to 10 people to meet for supper in each other’s homes. Guests bring a dish share, and each individual group decides when to meet and how often.
Each Tuesday afternoon at 1pm in the Choir Room, a group of ladies from the greater Media area meet and play MahJongg, an ancient Chinese tile game brought to the US in the 1920s.