Sunday Worship Service: 9:30 am
Discussion Hour: 10:30 am
As the COVID-19 pandemic begins to ease, Emmanuel will alternate between outdoor, in-person gatherings and gathering on Zoom. Watch EUCC York to see what we are doing any given week. To join our Zoom sessions, click on this link - https://zoom.us/j/5940460976 - If you have the Zoom client, the Meeting ID is: 594 046 0976 - your microphone will be muted once the service begins except when we are invited to participate, by reading scripture or commenting, and during our discussion hour.
We are continuing to gather on Zoom on Thursdays at 1 pm for a time of visiting, fellowship, and games.
Both Zoom sessions each week require a password. If you would like to join us on Sunday Zoom sessions, just request the password and we will send it to you. (firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-742-0505). For Thursday sessions Zoom information, contact email@example.com
"No matter who you are or where you are
on life's journey - you are welcome here."
Pastor: The Rev. Laura Ramsey
P.O. Box 20698 York, PA 17402
We Sing for the Climate in support of the students who are leading climate strikes.
An Open and Affirming Congregation
of the United Church of Christ
Emmanuel United Church of Christ
LOCATION: 100 Haybrook Drive, York, PA 17406
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. Box 20698 York, PA 17402
PHONE: 717-742-0505 (Pastor Laura)
Facebook Pages: EUCC York and Emmanuel York UCC
Join us on Meetup, York, PA at "Progressive Spiritual Sojourners"
to build a better world
Our foundations are Christian, but we welcome all,
no matter where they are on life’s journey,
of any or no tradition or faith,
that we may learn from one another.
We are united in our desire to discern the meaning
to be found in all sacred and secular traditions,
to grow in wisdom and integrity,
and to actively sustain
a creative and constructive presence in the world.
Offering support for each other
throughout the cycles of life,
we gather regularly for devotional fellowship and discussion, embracing the historic principle:
In essentials, unity;
in non-essentials, liberty;
in all things, charity.
At the beginning of our worship experience as covenant participants, we each lit a candle to represent ourselves as well as others who became a convenant participant or who hold this congregation in their thoughts.