Our partners in Haiti are using the program as a spring-board to introduce Christ to their community, and Haitian people want to plant the program at other churches as a way to spread the gospel. We are part of this long-term process.
When Old Man Winter is bearing down on Central Pennsylvania, we follow these guidelines to determine whether the church will be open.
Jamie and Stacie Lejcar have opened their home to three adopted children and were interviewed about their experience during the November 23 services.
Tiffany (left) has grown as a Christian with the help of her mentor, Deb Shank (right). By Susan AungstMentoring Team Member Mentoring is, I believe, God’s idea. Janet Thompson wrote, “Mentoring is sharing life’s experiences and God’s faithfulness.” My hope is that each of us will have many mentors to encourage us on life’s journey. […]
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