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Reverberate 2021

September 14th, 2021 No comments

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, September 14th for Reverberate 2021!

Lancaster County will once again be united in worship with those in your neighborhood, across denominations, worship styles, ages, races, and ethnicities. Believers from across the area will gather in Long’s Park (1441 Harrisburg Pike, Lancaster) to praise God, and celebrate how he has called churches and individuals to make an impact over the past year. Join us to hear testimonies of neighborly love in our own community and worship with a diverse set of worship bands from across Lancaster County!

Presented by Water Street Mission, Willow Valley, and WJTL.

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Reverberate September 24, 2019

August 26th, 2019 No comments

WJTL, Willow Valley Associates, and Water Street Mission are hosting an all Lancaster night of worship at Spooky Nook Sports on September 24 from 6:30-9:00pm.

In times when many are focused on bad news and division, let’s celebrate what unites us as a churches and followers of Jesus and join with other faith-based individuals and families throughout our County. Led by worship teams from Victory Church, Activ8, East Petersburg Mennonite Church, and the J. P. McCaskey High School Gospel Choir, this night will be an exciting, uplifting and Christ-centered night of worship. 

This is a free night, but space is limited and you do need to RSVP: Reverberatelancaster.com

Real News of Inspiration

December 4th, 2011 2 comments

Herb Suereth –

Here’s this week’s Real News ofInspiration from Lancaster Online’s Joan Kern

How often do you visit old friends from Elementary School, let alone talk to them?  For a small group of residents of Norwegian descent at Willow Valley, they do more than visit, they live together.  This group originally met at church when some of them were as young as 8 years old.  Though many of them followed different paths, they all reunited at the Bibletown Conference Center in Boca
Raton about 15 years ago.  One winter, they decided to move to Willow Valley together.  When asked what holds their tight enduring bond, Amy Jacobsen remarked, “The golden thread that draws us all together is the love of Jesus Christ.”

Read more: http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/543515_Drawn-together-by–love-of-Jesus-Christ-.html#ixzz1fc3lV6yp