Rev. Megan Huesgen is Pastor at Immanuel UCC. She is a 2005 graduate of Lancaster Theological Seminary where she earned her Master's of Divinity degree. Her undergraduate work was completed at Kutztown University, graduating summa cum laude with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. Megan grew up attending St. Paul's United Church of Christ in Fleetwood where she served on various committees, worked with the youth group and taught Sunday School.
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Believing in God’s Word and Spirit
Imagine a church in which so much of God’s work in the world takes place Monday through Saturday. Imagine the members and friends of that church exercising their faith in that world in ways they never imagined by virtue of who they are and how they serve. Then imagine those members and friends coming together on Sunday to celebrate the God who created them and to learn from Jesus who continues to teach and lead them.
Having been drawn together by God’s deep love and inspired by Jesus’ message of radical servanthood, Immanuel is a community in which we believe in practicing God’s extravagant welcome, a place where all are encouraged to question, to probe, to seek, to learn and grow. Our purpose is to follow Jesus so that our relationships might become more authentic, our love more inclusive, and our giving and serving deepened and strengthened.
A Place For You
Immanuel is a community in which we believe in practicing God’s extravagant welcome, a place where all are encouraged to question, to probe, to seek, to learn and grow.
We seek to honor the dignity of all humanity, understanding each person to be made in God’s image and gifted just as they are.
Feel free to contact us with your questions or concerns at any time! Interested in becoming a member and joining our family?
Let Us Do Good
Building Relationships with All Faiths
Supporting Our Local United Church of Christ Affiliated Ministries
Providing Programs to Our Local Communities
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United in Spirit
Music plays an integral role in the life and worship of our church. Central to our philosophy of music is the concept of congregational participation. Whether it takes the form of singing an anthem in one of our choirs, playing an instrument, or singing a hymn from the pew, it is our goal to incorporate every member of this worshipping community into the musical life of the parish.