• First, Muncy Raises Millions

    First UMC in Muncy broke ground this past weekend to begin a $3 million expansion project.

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  • Susquehanna Xpress

    Encore Presentation - Brittany talks with Vivian Thompson about some of the programs at Neighborhood Center.

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  • Holiday Hours

    The Conference office will be closing at Noon on Friday, August 29 and will be closed through
    Monday, September 1
    in observance of Labor Day.

    The office will reopen on Tuesday, September 2.

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Our Mission

To effectively equip our local churches to fulfill their mission of making disciples of Jesus Christ in order to transform the world by:

  • Training and deploying spiritual transformational leaders;
  • Equipping our local churches with effective tools and resources to assist them in their disciple-making mission;
  • And, to lift up God’s gift of “connectionalism” at all levels of the church to empower our transformational work.

Our Vision

People alive in mission and ministry as God leads us on a Christ-centered journey of faith.



During the week of August 17-23, 2014,
the 950+ United Methodist congregations of the Susquehanna Conference will be praying for these ten sister churches*:

Emmanuel Windsor UMC, Windsor (York)
Mt. Hope Orrtanna UMC, Fairfield (Adams)
North Bend UMC, North Bend (Clinton)
Saxton UMC, Saxton (Bedford)
Kingsley UMC, Kingsley (Susquehanna)
Salem Unityville UMC, Unityville (Lycoming)
St. Johns-Newberry Williamsport UMC, Williamsport (Lycoming)
Trinity New Cumberland UMC, New Cumberland (Cumberland)
Orangeville UMC, Orangeville (Columbia)
Wesley Mechanicsburg UMC, Mechanicsburg (Cumberland)

   


2014 Susquehanna Annual Conference
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