Huff's Union Church wants to reach out in Christ's name. We actively participate in numerous area mission projects, and support four agencies: Boyertown Area Multi Service, Friend, Inc., Open Link and the Allentown Rescue Mission.
We want to welcome new people into Huff's to introduce them to and further their relationship with Jesus Christ. We seek to help people set priorities in their lives, and teach them the joy of giving from the wide range of talents God has given to us.
We encourage you to join us for worship, learning and fellowship.
In Christian Love,
The Rev Ms Jane Moffat Kropa
Of course, as a Reformation heritage church, the Word of God as revealed in the Scriptures is very important to us. We value our worship, as the time we set aside each week to be changed by our encounter with God. Worship encompasses all our emotions, and all our senses. Worship is not a time to sit back, but requires us to get involved with God and with our neighbors. Worship informs and empowers us for life in the world. A few years ago we added a monthly contemporary worship experience to our two traditional worship services. All worship is informal, and relaxed, though contemporary worship incorporates discussion of the day's message and theme.
Christian education for all ages is important to us. In addition to Sunday School and Vacation Bible School for all ages, we have Confirmation classes for those youth ready to confirm their baptismal vows. We have an adult Sunday School class, and a small group that meets monthly for fellowship and study. A Men's Group is forming for fellowship and service projects.
About Our Pastor
Serving Berks County, Bucks County, Lehigh County, and Montgomery County.
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As pastor of Huff's Union Church, we welcome you to our congregational family and invite you to open the door to hope. We believe God is a God of second chances, who inspires us to be the best we can be, as we seek to be a beacon of hope in our world.
Huff's Union Church is a welcoming and vibrant place to be! In 2000, two separate congregations, Huff's Evangelical Lutheran Church and Huff's United Church of Christ, who had worshipped in the same building for many years, began living as one -- a shared ministry congregation. In 2001, I began ministry with this church family. Having grown up and studied for ministry as a Lutheran, and having worked for and been ordained in the United Church of Christ, I felt I had finally come home when I began to serve at Huff's. Here one finds the best of both traditions of the Reformation, with a willingness to look at the future and adapt to it.