Welcome

Welcome to Hamilton Park United Church of Christ’s official website.  Please check some of the special pages designed to answer your questions about the ministry of our congregation.

 

Hamilton Park United Church of Christ

1210 Maple Ave.
Lancaster, PA  17603
(717) 397-9791
info@hpucc.org

Office hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Worship with us on Sunday mornings at 9:30 a.m.

Sunday School classes are held October through May, as follows:

8:45 a.m. Adult Ed in the Chapel 

8:45 a.m. Nursery class for children through kindergarten age

8:45 a.m. “One Room Schoolhouse” class for children grades one through 6

Other small groups, such as “Soup & Study” & “The Book Review” provide time for Christian Education and fellowship.  Please call me at 397-9791 if you have questions about any of our small groups or programs. 

Rev. David R. Goode, Interim Pastor beginning March 28th, 2016

 

EASTER SUNDAY IS MARCH 27TH

A time of fellowship and refreshments at 8:45 a.m. in Maugans Chapel with Easter Sunday worship in the Sanctuary at 9:30 a.m.  Please join us; Senior Choir and Children’s Choir will both sing, Holy Communion celebrated, and Pastor Shiley’s final message is “A Brand New Day.”

 


Hamilton Park United Church of Christ Mission Statement

…to be aware of spiritual needs and needs for growth and healing.
…to enrich life through worship and prayer grounded in scripture.
…to see Christ in the faces, the hands, and the works of our members.
…to stand beside those who hurt, those who are hungry, those who need renewal and hope, and to love the unloved.
…to participate in the life, mission, and ministries of the United Church of Christ.

Hamilton Park United Church of Christ is an open faith community of God’s people that listens for God’s Word, responds to God’s commands, experiences God’s grace, and walks in the light of Christ.

As Christ’s disciples we are called:

…to be stewards of God’s creation, its beauty, and its resources, and promote its preservation.

Our vision is to be a bridge between the church’s past and the spiritual life of the present and future generations.