What to Expect at Huff's Church
Huff's Church | 540 Conrad Road | Alburtis, PA 18011 | 610-845-2626 | email@example.com
Serving Berks County, Bucks County, Lehigh County, and Montgomery County.
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Huff’s Union Church holds worship upstairs in the sanctuary. Use the elevator or stairs to reach this redecorated worship space.
We have a traditional worship service which may include new music as well as familiar hymns. People may be dressed in their Sunday best, or casual clothing. You are welcome to observe and participate as you wish, or jump right in and enthusiastically do everything with us.
We have a prayer list sheet as you enter the main floor of the sanctuary, where you may list names of people who would appreciate prayer. Please be sure they’ve agreed to have their names listed, since we do read names during our prayer moment in the worship service.
We celebrate Holy communion on the first Sunday of every month at both our 8 and 10:30 worship services. Those who believe in Jesus as savior are invited to commune with us. We offer both wine and grape juice, as well as a gluten free option for our bread. You may choose to give to support our congregation, but do not feel you need to do this.
CHILDREN DURING WORSHIP
Activities bags for young children are available as they arrive; please take home the coloring pages but return the bags after worship. There is a nursery provided for young children at the 10:30 Communion worship service. They will be invited to go downstairs (street level) with attending adults after the first ten minutes of worship. On non-communion Sundays, children ages 3 and above are invited to Sunday School after the children’s moment in the worship service. Parents are asked to pick them up after the worship service is over (through the double doors across from the main entrance, in the room to your right after the bathrooms).
CONCLUSION OF SERVICE
When the worship service is over, feel free to ask our pastor for a private prayer, after she has greeted the other worshipers.