Home Fellowships

Home Fellowships are small group ministries that are open to anyone regardless of their faith commitment or membership status in the church. The atmosphere of a home fellowship is warm and non-threatening and is an ideal place to connect both for newcomers, and those seeking to better understand the Christian faith. They provide an environment where Christ ministers to and through us, where relationships are nurtured, and where people care and look to the concerns of others.

Home fellowships meet in various locations in York County.  Feel free to visit the groups, in order to find one that you can call home!  Meeting dates, times, and locations are listed each week in the bulletin and can be found on the Weekly Schedule page.



Meets the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month at 7 p.m. in the Shiloh area. Leader: George Shelly.  Our evening together includes a time of catching up, followed by prayer.  We then have a time of Bible study, which may be topical in nature or, working through a book of the Bible.  We end our evening with fellowship over some refreshments.


Saginaw Fellowship meets once a month on a Friday night at the home of Doug and Nancy Dickey. We are currently studying the book of Acts. We gather in the evening at 6:30, share a light supper followed by the teaching of that month’s lesson. We discuss the lesson and seek to gain wisdom and understanding of God’s word and its application for us today. We have a time of prayer at the end of the study.


We meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. Sept. - May. 
We start with a short time of conversation followed by our study. A time of prayer, followed by a time of fellowship (which includes snacks and dessert), closes out our evening.
Though our group was started because of geographic location, that no longer defines us and we would love to encourage anyone who is interested in joining us. Contact Sue Palmer for more info.


Meets 5:30 p.m. the first Sunday of the month, at the home of Jay and Dave Gregory. Babysitting provided.


Meets weekly on Thursday evenings, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., at the home of Noah and Sarah Trask, with fellowship from 7-8 and the study from 8-9. Snacks and drinks are always welcome.
Sept. 5th we will be beginning our study through the book "What Good is God?" by Phillip Yancey. I think this is going to be a challenging and engaging study for all of us! I'd like to particularly suggest that this would be a great study to invite a friend to; especially if they are exploring or struggling with their faith.