We hosted a picnic a few weeks ago that was a hit with our neighbors. I think we’ve started a trend in our neighborhood that will keep going for many years!
One of the highlights of our partnership with Kursk Orphanage Ministry will be providing Christmas gifts for the children at the orphanages. For $10 we can provide a toy, fruit and a Bible.
Our Home Away from Home ministry to internationals living in the area hosted a hayride and hot dog roast at the Hoffsmith farm. We had quite a mixture of nationalities represented. They brought some of their home-cooked food to the dinner, which gave the meal an international flavor.
Both John Harms and Steve Hoke are elders in our church, but they also participate in Treasure Park as parents and volunteers. I thought it would be interesting to interview them to get a sense of our children’s ministry through their eyes.
We are a church that wants to be a community where you will be welcomed as we help you grow in your faith and find opportunities to demonstrate God’s love through serving others.
We seek to carry out God’s loving intentions toward people by demonstrating mercy and compassion. The clothing and food banks are two of the ways that we give aid to those in need within our church and community. [more]
Our members express personal faith in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and trust in him alone for salvation. This is the core of our beliefs, which are outlined in our statement of faith and with which we align our mission and vision statements. [more]
We hold a prayer meeting that’s open to all every Wednesday at 6 a.m. and 7 p.m. in the Prayer Room. If you would like someone to pray for your life situations – health, family, job – join us in the Prayer Room or – Send us an email
Hershey Free Church
330 Hilltop Road
Hummelstown, PA 17036
Church office hours:
8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday