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River Corner Church is a growing church community of everyday people who gather to worship God, follow Jesus, and journey through life together.

Our small church community is uniquely caring, simple, laid-back, and intergenerational. As a church, we want to be a welcoming, safe, and healing community for those who are seeking, hurting, or need a place to belong. Our practices are both contemplative (reflective) and charismatic (Spirit-driven), creating an atmosphere that is both conversational and informative. The times we share are intentional and intimate, and a mix between modern and traditional. We want to be a place in which love and honor are lived out, where humility is central, and where hospitality is woven into the threads of our community. There is room at the table.
 
There is room at the table.

You are invited to gather with us on Sunday mornings at 10 AM. To connect with our growing church community download our Church Center App or visit us online at www.rivercornerchurch.com. River Corner Church is located at 524 River Corner Road in Conestoga, PA.

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Throughout June and July, we are looking at the wisdom found in the scriptures through the book of James. For the early church, James lays out the convictions, values, and wisdom of the Christian life, and invites us to walk this way.In this fifth week of our Walk This Way series through the book of James, Pastor Jeff McLain looks at James 3:2-12, and how our words can hinder us from discovering God's best for our lives, and it can hurt others in the process.Who we are together.River Corner C...
Throughout June and July, we are looking at the wisdom found in the scriptures through the book of James. For the early church, James lays out the convictions, values, and wisdom of the Christian life, and invites us to walk this way.In this fourth week of our Walk This Way series through the book of James, Pastor Jeff McLain looks at James 2:14-18, and how the life of a follower of Jesus is to care for the needs of others, by being the hands and feet of God's blessing to them, and not hardhe...
Throughout June and July, we are looking at the wisdom found in the scriptures through the book of James. For the early church, James lays out the convictions, values, and wisdom of the Christian life, and invites us to walk this way.In this third week of our Walk This Way series through the book of James, guest speaker Dwight Rohrer looks at James 2:1-12, and how favoritism in the life of a follower of Jesus is unhelpful and forbidden.Who we are together.River Corner Church is a growing chur...
Throughout June and July, we are looking at the wisdom found in the scriptures through the book of James. For the early church, James lays out the convictions, values, and wisdom of the Christian life, and invites us to walk this way.In this second week of our Walk This Way series through the book of James, Pastor Jeff McLain looks at James 1:19-27, how the scriptures deliver us, and what it means to be quick to listen, slow to speak, and slow to become angry.Who we are together.River Corner ...
Be Still (Psalm 46:10)

Be Still (Psalm 46:10)

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On Sunday, June 2, at River Corner Church, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Psalm 46, highlighting the invitation of Psalm 46:10, reflecting on what it means to be still and know that God is with us in the middle of our trouble.Who we are together.River Corner Church is a growing church community of everyday people who gather to worship God, follow Jesus, and journey through life together.What we practice together.Our small church community is uniquely caring, simple, laid-back, and intergenerati...
The book of Jonah teaches about the relentless pursuit of humanity, the restorative power of repentance, the sovereignty over all creation, and God’s ability to work through us despite self-sabotage and our weaknesses to accomplish purposes and reveal truth and love to others.On Sunday, May 26, at River Corner Church, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Jonah 4:1-11, in his message "An Unhappy Ending to the Story," which looks at how the narrative of Jonah ends with a confession of God's character a...
The book of Jonah teaches about the relentless pursuit of humanity, the restorative power of repentance, the sovereignty over all creation, and God’s ability to work through us despite self-sabotage and our weaknesses to accomplish purposes and reveal truth and love to others.On Sunday, May 19, at River Corner Church, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Jonah 3:1-10, in his message "A Tale of Second Chances," which looks at how Jonah 3 demonstrates that God's steadfast plans and mercy persist despit...
The book of Jonah teaches about the relentless pursuit of humanity, the restorative power of repentance, the sovereignty over all creation, and God’s ability to work through us despite self-sabotage and our weaknesses to accomplish purposes and reveal truth and love to others.On Sunday, May 12th, at River Corner Church, Pastor Jeff McLain delved into Jonah 2:1-10, in his message "A Messy Salvation," highlighting Jonah's reaction to the predicament he found himself in. Moreover, he illuminated...
The book of Jonah teaches about the relentless pursuit of humanity, the restorative power of repentance, the sovereignty over all creation, and God’s ability to work through us despite self-sabotage and our weaknesses to accomplish purposes and reveal truth and love to others.On Sunday, May 5, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Jonah 1:1-17, and we saw how Jonah models our own response to God at times, and it shows us that despite our attempts to sabotage ourselves or run from our calling, God cont...
Throughout April, we are looking at a series called Stories. This series explores the stories that we are connected to and influenced by, as a church community. This explores the places we as a church are invested locally, regionally, and globally. On April 28, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at 1 Corinthians 12:12-27 and the way God calls the local church not only to be a missional force in the neighborhood but a place in which we missionally live out God's goodness and good news to each oth...
Throughout April, we are looking at a series called Stories. This series explores the stories that we are connected to and influenced by, as a church community. This explores the places we as a church are invested locally, regionally, and globally. On April 21, as part of our Stories series, Marcia Mylin from LMC Churches​, presented on John 15, and the way that mission emerges from from a friendship with Jesus.For inquiries or feedback on the sermon, email Jeff McLain at jeffmclain@me....
Throughout April, we are looking at a series called Stories. This series explores the stories that we are connected to and influenced by, as a church community. This explores the places we as a church are invested locally, regionally, and globally. On April 14, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Acts 3:1-12 and the way that trusting in God can lead ordinary encounters into extraordinary ones. This message reminds us of our mission beyond Sunday mornings.For inquiries or feedback on the sermon...
On Sunday, March 31, at River Corner Church, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at the power of the cross in his Resurrection Sunday sermon message We Focus On The Cross. The problem of sin is that it pollutes, has power, has a penalty, partitions us, and has pain associated with it. We focus on the cross because it is the method Jesus overcame all that looks to imprison and define us. The cross reminds us that neither sin nor death has a final word. As followers of Jesus, the cross reminds us of God’...
On Sunday, March 24, at River Corner Church, Kevin Bradford looked at Matthew 21 & 22 in his sermon message Hosanna. This message examines Jesus' triumphant entry into Jerusalem as a king, offering valuable insights into both Jesus' teachings and the expectations He holds for our lives and our communities of faith. For inquiries or feedback on the sermon, email Jeff McLain at jeffmclain@me.com. You're also encouraged to share this sermon message with your friends or social media.You can f...
On March 17, at River Corner Church, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Luke 9:57-62 and the cost of stepping into the Kingdom. Together we looked at what it means to continually say yes to Jesus and to accurately count the cost of following Jesus.About saying yes to Jesus, John Wimber once said, "The economy of the kingdom of God is quite simple. Every new step in the kingdom costs us everything we have gained to date. Every time we cross a new threshold, it costs us everything we now ...
Throughout our series, The Rhythm of Prayer, we will delve into the transformative experience of prayer, focusing on the Lord’s Prayer to cultivate greater intentionality, intimacy, and illumination, seeking a rejuvenated prayer discipline that sustains spiritual renewal and challenges traditional, duty-bound approaches.In Week 6, Jeff McLain looked at Matthew 6:13, and how the line "deliver us from evil," reminds us of that there is evil at play in this world and it longs to distract us from...
Throughout our series, The Rhythm of Prayer, we will delve into the transformative experience of prayer, focusing on the Lord’s Prayer to cultivate greater intentionality, intimacy, and illumination, seeking a rejuvenated prayer discipline that sustains spiritual renewal and challenges traditional, duty-bound approaches.In Week 5, Kevin Bradford looked at Matthew 6:13, and how this line in the Lord's Prayer causes us to intentionally reflect on God's Guidance in our lives. This line reminds u...
Throughout our series, The Rhythm of Prayer, we will delve into the transformative experience of prayer, focusing on the Lord’s Prayer to cultivate greater intentionality, intimacy, and illumination, seeking a rejuvenated prayer discipline that sustains spiritual renewal and challenges traditional, duty-bound approaches.In Week 4, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Matthew 6:13, and how this line in the Lord's Prayer causes us to intentionally reflect on God's Forgiveness in our lives. Through this...
Throughout our series, The Rhythm of Prayer, we will delve into the transformative experience of prayer, focusing on the Lord’s Prayer to cultivate greater intentionality, intimacy, and illumination, seeking a rejuvenated prayer discipline that sustains spiritual renewal and challenges traditional, duty-bound approaches.In Week 3, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Matthew 6:11, and how this line in the Lord's Prayer causes us to intentionally reflect on God's Provision in our lives. This line from...
Throughout our series, The Rhythm of Prayer, we will delve into the transformative experience of prayer, focusing on the Lord’s Prayer to cultivate greater intentionality, intimacy, and illumination, seeking a rejuvenated prayer discipline that sustains spiritual renewal and challenges traditional, duty-bound approaches.In Week 2, Pastor Jeff McLain looked at Matthew 6:5-13, and how the Lord's Prayer intentionally focuses on God's Kingdom. Prayers become more effective when we deliberately fo...
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