Gettysburg United Methodist Church

Celebrating 200+ Years of Methodism in Gettysburg!


Welcome to the fellowship of Gettysburg United Methodist Church.

We gather to give praise and thanks to the One who has given us Christ Jesus, and through him, all things.

Our goal is to rejoice in the presence of the Lord before we begin a new week, to support one another in prayer and to challenge one another to live as people of God in our homes, offices, shops, factories, schools and playgrounds.

We believe the Christian life is the most rewarding, demanding and fulfilling life possible.


Due to the continued elevation of COVID rates in Adams County, Church Council voted to temporarily suspend in-person worship through the end of February. Church Council will re-evaluate this decision on February 22.

Online Worship Services will continue to be available weekly on Facebook.

Please click here to make an electronic donation to our ministries.

Sunday school classes have not yet resumed.  Weekly Bible Study meets Wednesdays from 10:30 am to noon on Zoom. Please email the church for more information:

Excerpt from this week’s Devotional:

“The living water of the Spirit transforms our rela-tionships. The Spirit renews our relationship with God by showing us the sin that separates us from God, and leading us to faith in Christ. By faith in Christ our sin is forgiven, and our relationship with God is restored. We are reconciled with God, experi-ence his love, and receive the abundant life that only he can give as we believe in Jesus. The Spirit enables us to renew our relationships with others as he teaches us to love as Jesus loves and forgive as Jesus forgives. The Spirit’s wisdom helps us to walk in someone else’s shoes. The Spirit leads us to restored relationships with family and friends, and to new relationships with others.”

Click here for Sunday morning video services on Facebook--updated weekly.

Click Here for This Week’s Devotional from Pastor Rick:

(Click here for previous Devotionals)

For more information on the pandemic, Click Here for the CDC Website.

Click here to read Pastor’s Rick’s message on the passing of Rev. Jay Zimmerman.

Click here for the link to Rev. Jay’s memorial page and obituary on the Monahan Funeral Home page.