Our Mission Statement

"Transformed by Christ, Radically Loving, Living to Serve"

Our mission statement reflects our congregation's 100-year existence and is reflected in our congregation's logo.  The Cross represents being "Transformed by Christ", The heart signifies "Radically Loving", and the hand "Living to Serve".

The Lititz Church of the Brethren is a caring group of people of all ages, from many walks of life, who desire to follow in the footsteps of Jesus daily. ("Transformed by Christ")
Lititz Church of the Brethren warmly welcomes you!  Again, I am glad you have chosen to seek more information about the Lititz Church of the Brethren and we look forward to personally meeting you. ("Radically Loving")

Browse through our pages to learn more about our Lititz Congregation.  We have spiritual growth groups for all ages, including children.  We invite you to come and share in our worship setting.  Our Church building is our Ministry Center for Lititz and the nearby communities. ("Living to Serve")

We invite you to come and see what we have to offer through our worship experience, Bible Studies, Youth Ministry, mission, and music.




Women’s Prayer Breakfast at Olde Hickory Grill in Lancaster, September 16th. at 8:00 AM    Our first speaker is Kirsten Crosby Blose, our own Director of Children’s Ministries! Join us at Olde Hickory Grill.

The 41st annual Brethren Disaster Relief Auction will be held on Friday and Saturday, September 22 & 23 at the Lebanon Expo and Fairgrounds. 

The Golden Needles from our church will enter 16 Quilts or wall hangings in the auction. Several Sunday School classes are creating Theme Baskets to be sold on Friday night. Our church will purchase two heifers for the Friday Morning Heifer Auction.

Fall Love Feast-World-Wide Communion, Sunday, October 1st.  Our fall Love Feast will explore how Jesus connected his life and ministry to these timeless songs and poems. Join us on October 1st,  6:00 p.m. in the Sanctuary.

Men’s Prayer Breakfast at Olde Hickory Grill in Lancaster, October 7th, at 8:00 a.m.  

Laity Sunday, October 8. This year our speaker will be John Henry. Since joining our church, John and his wife, Joanne, have been active in the life and ministry of our congregation. We are looking forward to welcoming John to the pulpit in both Contemporary and Tradition worship on October 8th. Let us hold him in prayer as he prepares to bring God’s word to our church family.