The ministry year of 2017-18 was an exciting one for Hershey Free Church. God has been at work in and through our church community. Check out our Impact Report, which looks back at God's faithfulness over the past year. The Impact Report also looks ahead in anticipation of what God will do in the next year.
On March 25, seven people were baptized. Baptism is a sign of Christian identity, not Christian maturity. It is a public declaration of faith, a symbol of new life in Christ, and an outward demonstration of an inward change that has already taken place. We celebrate the work that God is doing in each of these lives!
During our last sermon series, we talked about the theme of identity and how our new life in Christ can shape our identity. That leads to this question: How does this identity shape me? Where does it lead me? Our next series, Compelled, will unpack those types of questions. Over the next few weeks we’ll talk about one of the major implications of having our...
We spent time at the end of June praying for our students as they were preparing for two major events in July: the Challenge Conference and Camp Orchard Hill. Here are a couple of quick highlights from those events.
Two hours every other week of learning, fellowshipping, and eating with other moms while childcare was provided for my two-year-old sounded fabulous. I signed up, unsure of what it would be like and having not met a single other mom in the group.
If you spend any time around KidStep Ministries this summer, it is likely that you will see a couple of new faces. KidStep is excited to have two summer interns learning and serving alongside our amazing volunteers.
When we take that step to begin to move outside of ourselves and seek God’s will, something begins to happen inside of us. Our hearts are touched; the reality of our faith takes root; we begin to see people in a different way; we see a different meaning to life; we search God’s Word more deeply and personally.
We are inviting volunteers to participate in the Lace up with Love INC sneaker drive either through donating or helping to distribute sneakers. Hershey Free will be collecting sneakers throughout the month of July. Needed donation items are new athletic sneakers for boys (size boys' 12 through men's 15) and girls (size girls' 12 through women's 11). Our goal is to collect 150 pairs of sneakers.