Sunday Morning Service
  • 100 Constitution Ave
    Shrewsbury PA

  • Southern YMCA

Sunday Morning Service

Welcome!  If you are new to the church, or would like to connect with us, please fill out our CONNECTION CARD and someone will reach out to you. 

We’re grateful for how God has guided us through the challenges of COVID-19.  We continue to ask everyone attending our gatherings to be considerate and use personal judgment regarding your health and the safety of others.  If you’re not able to be with us in person, you can join the livestream each Sunday morning at 10am on our YouTube channel.  If you have any questions, please contact office@findlivinghope.com.

What to Expect:

Contemporary Worship. Relevant Messages. Vibrant Programs. Authentic People.

We’re excited that you’re considering joining us on Sunday mornings. We’re a group of real people gathered to seek after a real God because we believe that in Him there is real hope. You’ll find our meetings contemporary, upbeat, down-to-earth, and serious about worshiping God. Our music is lively with lyrics that honor God. We’re gathered to worship God in unity, but we also give you freedom to sing, stand, sit, or raise your hands as you’re led. The morning message is always grounded in God’s Word and relevant to our everyday lives.  Learn more about our goals for Sunday gatherings.

Where? & Wear?

We meet at the Southern York County YMCA located on 100 Constitution Avenue, just off the Susquehanna Trail (Why the Y?). Our worship service starts at 10:00 a.m., but you’re invited to come at 9:45 a.m. to have a cup of coffee and meet some people. Please wear whatever you’re comfortable in; but if you wear a tie, you’ll probably upstage the pastor!

Children:

Children are an important part of who we are, and we’re glad to have them with us. Our nursery staff is available to care for children under 3 during the entire service. If you’d rather keep them with you, that’s fine too. The rest of the kids join the beginning of the service before going to classes.  It can be a challenge, but we think having children worship with us is pleasing to God. They have a great time in their classes making crafts, playing games, and learning about God. The junior and senior high teens stay with us for the entire service – and even manage to get something out of it!