Faith Formation does not end with Confirmation!

It is a time for new beginnings and exploring the faith through an adult perspective.
There is always something to learn and do to help us grow in relationship with God and others.

Grow in Your Faith with These Opportunities


Easter Blessings to all of our Parishioners 

and their families at this Holy Season.  

     While He was with them at table, He took bread, said the blessing, broke it, and gave it to  them.  With that their eyes were opened and they recognized Him, but he vanished from their sight.

When we really understand Your word and you open Scriptures to us then we are ready to sit at table and enter into the mystery of your taking, blessing, breaking, and giving.  Blessed be your broken bread which is really your broken and now glorious body.

Fr. Dave and Parish Staff

Bible Study – Deacon Grella

Deacon Grella will begin an Eight week Bible Study session on Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians.  This letter tells you and me about the nature of the Church and who we are in the Church as disciples of Christ.  The sessions will begin on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 and the last session will be          May 1, 2019.

There will be a morning session at 8:30 am and an evening session  at      6:30 pm every Wednesday in the Parish Office.

More information you may contact Deacon Grella at 717-939-6431                or by email at

Knights of Columbus Council

The Knights hold their monthly meeting the first Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm in the Knights Room of the Parish Center.  All are invited to attend and spend some time discussing ways to be of service to our Parish and the local community.  We rely on our Knights for all of our fundraising events.


Prayer for our Deceased


    God Our Father, Your power brings us to birth, Your providence guides our lives, and by Your command we return to dust.

Lord, those, who die still live in Your presence, their lives change but do not end.  I pray in hope for our families, relatives and friends and for all the dead know to you alone. In company with Christ, Who died and now lives, may they rejoice in Your kingdom, where all our tears are wiped away.  Unite us together again in one family to sing your praise forever and ever.  Amen.

May they rest in peace.