Welcome to Heidelberg UCC!

"We are a welcoming church family who seeks to reflect and grow in God's love through worship, prayer, fellowship, study and service." 

You are welcome here!

Sunday School begins at 9;00 am
Sunday Worship begins at 10:25 am
Nursery is provided during the service, although children are welcome to stay as well.


Up Coming Events:

Bible Study Thursdays 11 AM - Noon
We look forward to your participation.



Men’s Breakfast Group, April 27th 7 - 8:30 AM
We will be meeting at the Church. If you are interested, please sign up on the clip board at the Sunday school entrance, or just stop on by. Please join us for some morning fellowship.

Volunteers needed at HUCC
There are lots of ways to get more involved at HUCC.  If you are interested in serving and joining in on the fun, please see the bulletin board across from the nursery for contact information about anything that interests you.  Our greatest need is presently having some more volunteers join in serving our children during Sunday School.


Shop With Scrip
You can fundraise for Heidelberg just by shopping, something you already do. Best of all, there are no out of pocket expenses to you. All proceeds will go to the General Fund. To learn more about Shop with Scrip, please reach out to Nick or Eleanor  after church. 


Please, come as you are to worship with us at our 'Come and See' Church!




 

Our Weekly Inspirational Scripture:

Mark 16:5-7
5 As they entered the tomb, they saw a young man dressed in a white robe sitting on the right side, and they were alarmed. 6 “Don’t be alarmed,” he said. “You are looking for Jesus the Nazarene, who was crucified. He has risen! He is not here. See the place where they laid him. 7 But go, tell his disciples and Peter, ‘He is going ahead of you into Galilee. There you will see him, just as he told you.’ ”

Audio of Past Scripture Lessons:

March 25, 2018
A Time for All:
“Student of the Day”
Readings:
Psalm 31:9-16
Mark 11:1-11
Sermon: “King for a Day” Rev Dan Clark


March 18, 2018
A Time for All:
“The List”
Readings:
Psalms 51:1-12
John 12:20-33
Sermon: “Jesus, More Human Thank You Think” Rev Dan Clark


March 11, 2018
A Time for All:
“God Loves it All”
Readings:
Ephesians 2:1-10
John 3:14-21
Sermon: “Love Always Wins” Rev Dan Clark


March 04, 2018

February 25, 2018
A Time for All:
  The Heifer Project
Readings:
Genesis 17:1-7,15-16
Mark 8:31-38
Sermon:  “Looking for Evil in All the Wrong Places” Rev Dan Clark


February 18, 2018
A Time for All:
  “String on the Finger”
Readings:
Genesis 9:8-17
Mark 1:9-15
Sermon: “Jesus Exam” Rev Dan Clark


February 11, 2018
 

Donations and Drives:

February Missions Collection

The Baceanu family

The Mission Committee voted to send $100 in support of St. Paul's UCC in Exton "Asylum Seekers Ministry." The family of four, including two children ages 16 and 17, left Romania to escape discrimination and prejudice due to their ethnicity, Roma or "Gypsy." They are in the process of applying for authorization to legally work in the United States but need help in providing for their basic needs of food and housing. Because they come from a country without refugee status they are ineligible for any support services provided by refugee agencies. St. Paul's felt God was calling them to action but they need help. More information about the family is posted on the bulletin board across from the nursery and in the Narthex and at:
https://saintpaulsucc.net/ministry/asylum-seekers-ministry. 
If you would like to contribute to this mission, please see Rhea Levy-Fry and your money will be forwarded to St. Paul's UCC. Thank you!   

 

In Ian’s Boots

The goal of "In Ian's Boots" is to spread the good news of Ian's faith by providing shoes and winter boots to those in need! A collection bin is in the Narthex if you have new or used shoes or boots to donate. Children’s boots are especially needed for the winter. For more information you can review their website at www.iniansboots.org


Daily Bread Community Food Pantry

We are continually looking for donation for the Daily Bread Community Food Pantry.  The pantry shelves are very low and any and all donations are greatly appreciated! They are also in great need of volunteers to help Monday through Friday from 9am to 12pm.