Ministry happens outside the doors in a variety of ways in our local community and in our world community. We are sent out into the midst of the world to serve alongside our neighbors, to
encouage healthy and vital communities, to lift up those in need, and to love all people with the compassion of Christ.
Mutual cooperation and broadening of perspective stretches us and can deepen our community relationships. Follow these links to learn more about our
community and those who offer their time and energy on behalf of others.
Boy Scouts / Cub Scouts
Sharon sponsors Troop 419 and Pack 3419
Cub Pack 3419
Meeting Night: Mondays, September – April at 6:30pm – 7:30pm
with summer activities.
Beth Bingeman, Committee Chair
Boy Scouts Troop 419
Meeting Night: Wednesdays beginning at 6:30pm
We highlight our scouts in February during a Scout Sunday
celebration at 10:30am at Sharon.
ELCA Good Gifts is a great way to provide alternative gifts for family and friends.
Check out the ELCA’s website for gift ideas.These gifts do a world of good.
Fair prices and fair wages; this is not fundraising or donations to global communities, but an attempt at global justice.
There is nothing like a great cup of coffee or tea that is made from beans and leaves raised in coops and villages around the globe. More than a commodity, but a link between sustainable farming, global justice, and the personal connection to the farmers.
We serve fairly traded coffees and teas as well as chocolate from around the globe. You can order these yourselves or even pick them up at some of your local grocery stores.
There are Fair Trade events held throughout our region periodically during the year.
Information and contacts for some of our global mission partners
We, as part of the Upper Susquehanna Synod, currently has a relationship with the Lutheran Church in Liberia and the Ansbach-WürzburgKirchenkreis in Germany.
Our Missionary: Rev. Brian Palmer