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Welcome to Baughman United Methodist Church

Get to Know Us

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Welcome to Baughman United Methodist Church

Get to Know Us

Baughman UMC serves residents of Harrisburg’s West & East Shore (New Cumberland, Lemoyne, Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, & Harrisburg).

We are a United Methodist Church committed to sharing the Love of God, the power of Jesus Christ, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit! 

 
 
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Starting Point Class


Starting Point Class


Are you ready to take the next step and join Baughman Memorial United Methodist Church? TAKE OUR STARTING POINT CLASS

The membership class is designed to help connect you more personally with others and to teach basics of the Christian Faith.

A new Starting Point session will being Wednesday, March 8. Classes will be held at 7 p.m. in the second floor conference room.This session will run through Wednesday, April 12.  

Please contact Pastor Win Green at 717-774-2005 or wingreen79@gmail.com for more details. 

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Saturday - 6:15 pm 

We offer a lovely service for those who enjoy the coziness of a small country church. Saturday night’s worship is softer and calmer than most. Music is provided by the piano, with simple hymns, and the warmth of easy fellowship after the service. 

 

Sunday - 8:30 aM

This is a simple, traditional worship service for those who like to get an early start. Our organist leads us in the great hymns of the faith (Amazing Grace, Be Thou My Vision, How Great Thou Art…), and the message is straight from the Bible.

 

 

Sunday - 9:30 am

An electric service, featuring contemporary Christian music, the 9:30 service will hopefully lead you into the Lord’s presence. The music (Chris Tomlin, Hill Song, Matt Redman, etc.) is followed by Biblical preaching with an application to your daily life.

 

 

Sunday - 11:00 am

This service boasts an adult choir, while intermingling ancient prayers and creeds and a current relevant sermon. A children’s message is offered. Biblical preaching follows. Together we honor the past, address the present, and look to the future.