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August Highlights Print E-mail

Sunday, August 3, 9:30 AM—Summer Communion Service
Because of Communion, worship will be held inside.

Friday, August 15—September Newsletter Articles Due

Friday, August 15, 7:05 PM—Jordan Night at the Iron Pigs

Sunday, August 24, 9:30 AM—Blessing of the Backpacks
Bring your kids’ school backpacks to worship

 

 
Cathedral in the Trees Print E-mail

Do you enjoy worshiping outside?  Please come join us at our outside services (weather permitting), every Sunday, Starting July 6 to and including August 31.

 
Get Involved Print E-mail

The story is told of a golfer who asked his friend, "Why are you so late?" The friend rep lied, "It's Sunday. I had to toss a coin between going to church or playing golf...and it took 25 tosses to get it right!"

The Christian life and our relationship to the church is not a spectator sport, but requires full participation and involvement. An author once noted to have a land flowing with milk and honey someone will have to milk the cows and tend the hives. Visions must have legs. Churches need the commitment and dedication of their members.

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You are Welcome Here. Print E-mail

The Family of Jordan United Church of Christ extends our heartfelt greetings. We hope to welcome you in person when you are in the neighborhood. To members, regular attendees and friends of Jordan UCC, we likewise extend a warm welcome and hope you will find this website and the information offered on the church, its ministries, staff, fellowship, activities and outreach in the world both helpful and easy to access.

You’re welcome to spend as much time browsing here as you wish, but we’ll be even happier to greet you in our real-world home at the corner of Walbert Avenue and Route 309 Allentown, PA.

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The Joy of Jordan Print E-mail

Danny Hillis, who pioneered the conceptual design behind high-speed super computers, now recommends what he calls “a new aesthetic of slowness.” To illustrate what that might look like he told a story about how in the last decade Oxford University replaced the gigantic oak beams in the ceiling of one of its dining halls. When the beams began to show signs of rotting, university officials were concerned that they wouldn’t be able to find lumber large and strong enough to replace them. But the university’s forester explained to them that, when the dining hall was built 500 years ago, their predecessors had planted a grove of oak trees so that the university could replace the beams when the time came.

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Sunday Worship

8:00 and 10:30 am

Summer Service: 9:30 am
(July and August) 

Nursery available during the 10:30 Service

Sunday School

9:15 am

Programs for all ages!

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