WELCOME

Welcome to Tree of Life Lutheran Church, located in suburban Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. We are a congregation of over 900 baptized members, diverse in our membership and welcoming in our ministry. If you don’t know us, please browse around to learn who we are and what we believe. And if you are seeking a family of faith, we hope you’ll visit us in person. We are rooted in faith and growing in love. We’d love to have you as a part of our faith family!

Our Mission
Heart

We proclaim that all people are created in the image of God and affirm that each person, inclusive of age, economic status, faith history, ethnicity, gender, mental or physical ability, marital/relationship status, sexual orientation, or gender identification, is a beloved child of God and, through Christ, worthy of God’s love and grace. We welcome all because God welcomes all.

  • May
    16
    Scoouts
    6:45 pm
  • May
    16
    Finance Comm
    7:00 pm
  • May
    19
    Feeding the 5000
    6:00 am
  • May
    19
    Faith w/Friends Zoom
    9:45 am
  • May
    20
    Office Closed
    12:00 am
  • May
    21
    Worship
    5:00 pm
  • May
    22
    Worship
    8:30 am
  • May
    22
    Worship
    11:00 am
  • May
    22
    Sudan Worship
    2:00 pm

Announcements

FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR OUR YOUNG ADULTS IN GLOBAL MISSION

You can read elsewhere on the website about the 5 young adults that we are supporting in their work in Senegal. Their year of service began in August of this year and will end in July of 2020. Our financial commitment for the period is $1,000, $500 of which is in the 2019 Church budget and the other $500 is received through contributions from members. During November, there will be a sign-up sheet on the narthex table for you to offer contributions in $25 amounts OR you can give online through Give+ Church. Please offer as much as you can to support the work they are doing and the growth in faith they are experiencing. Thank you!

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Communications

Daily Bible Verse

  • Acts 11:19-26

    ​25Then Barnabas went to Tarsus to look for Saul, 26and when he had found him, he brought him to Antioch. So it was that for an entire year they met with the church and taught a great many people, and it was in Antioch that the disciples were first called "Christians."