Welcome

Welcome to the Hollidaysburg First United Methodist Church.  Please join us at one of our five services listed below.  Information on our various ministries, videos of our pastors' weekly messages and a summary of what we believe are available in the menus above.


Weekly Services

Sunday Morning

8:00 and 11:00 AM - Traditional
9:30 AM - Contemporary

Saturday Evening

5:30 PM - Old hymns, music
6:45 PM - Coffeehouse style in social hall

*Sunday School is held Sunday morning at 9:30
*Child care provided for each service

Sermons for May

May 5-6 Cain and Abel - (Holy Communion)
May 12-13 Noah's Drunkenness - (Mother's Day Weekend and Dance for the Lord)
May 19-20 The Tower of Babel
May 26-27 The Call of Abram - (Memorial Day Weekend)

Shipwrecked - Rescued by Jesus

Join us at Vacation Bible School and venture onto an uncharted island where kids survive and thrive.  Anchor kids in the truth that Jesus carries them through life’s storms.

June 11, 2018 — June 15, 2018

09:30 am — 12:00 pm

Click here to register as a Participant or Volunteer

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Church Camp

Our congregation pays 50% of the cost for children and youth from our congregation who want to attend church camp. A wide variety of camps are available at 4 different sites throughout the annual conference. The site closest to us is in Alexandria area -- just outside of Huntingdon. Brochures for camp are available on the information table in the narthex (lobby area) or on the table to the right as you step into the Social Hall. Register before May 1st to receive $25 off the price of a week of camp. For a listing of all camps, visit Click Here!
Pastor John is looking for men or women who would be interested in serving as counselors or helpers at his camp for Special Needs adults July 15-19. If interested, give him a shout.

Prayer Walk

Now that spring has finally arrived, our Thursday evening 6:30 Pathway of prayer group will start to hit the streets and begin prayer walking once again. The group meets on Thursday evenings in the lounge and then heads out to pray for our community and neighborhood. If you can walk and chew gum at the same time, most likely you can walk and pray at the same time! Newcomers are always welcome. For more information, call the church office at 695-4411 or see Michelle Nolan for details.
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