Church Historian

What is my job?
Keep historical documents of the congregation in order to preserve the heritage and identity of the congregation
Maintain records so the congregation can trace its efforts of the past and built on the past into the future
Remind the congregation of its identity as God's presence in a particular location

 

What do I do?

  • Review the historical materials and collections of the congregation in order to determine what needs to be done to update, preserve, and interpret the material to people of all ages.   
  • Keep records in good order and interpret the history to others, particularly emphasizing the history of faith and the impact of “lived faith” on the larger community.   
  • Document current events and collect materials to add to the historical record of the congregation.   
  • Lead the congregation in celebration of the annual Heritage Sunday (usually in April or May) and other efforts for congregational and/or community celebration of history.   
  • Link with organizations, people, and resources in and beyond the congregation that are concerned with history.

Sunday Morning Worship

Church Hill UMC: 10:00

    Sunday School: 9:00 

 

Reedsville UMC: 8:30

    Sunday School: 9:45

 

Milroy UMC: 11:15

Sunday School 10:00

 

Communion is served the first Sunday of each month.

Church Hill United Methodist Church

199 Woodland Circle

Reedsville, PA 17084

717 667 9847

Reedsville United Methodist Church

60 East Logan Street

Reedsville, PA 17084

717 667 3778 

Milroy United  Methodist Church

91 S Main Street

Milroy, PA 17063

United Methodist Connection

We are a part of the United Methodist Church that has over 17 million members all over the world.

 

We are within the Susquehanna Confernece that spans central Pennsylvania from New York to the Maryland border.

 

We are located in the State College District that covers Lock Haven to Clearfield and Renovo to Mifflintown.

 

We are a single parish of two churches located in Reedsville, one of the quiet suburbs between State College and Lewistown.