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About Us

United Churches of Lycoming County (UCLC) is a network of congregations who are Connected Through Faith and United in Service. Begun in 1946 we now have over 125 member congregations representing Protestant, Anglican, Roman Catholic and Orthodox faith traditions.

As a Lycoming County Faith Community

  • We are persons and congregations who care about our neighbors.
  • We celebrate our unity through faith in action.
  • We respect people and communities in their faith journeys.
  • We believe the broader mandate of Jesus to care in tangible ways; to feed the hungry, to give drink to the thirsty, to welcome the stranger, to clothe the naked, and to visit the sick and imprisoned.
  • We facilitate cooperation and understanding on faith, life and justice issues.
  • We energize people by mobilizing congregations and communities in response to emerging needs.

We welcome you to participate with congregations and individuals to provide ministry that touches the lives of school students, the elderly, the poor, the ill and the prisoner.

Each year thousands are touched by God's love, grace and hope through our

  • Shepherd of the Streets Ministry
  • Food Pantry
  • Campus Ministry
  • Almost 900 Worship Services provided to area nursing homes and prisons.
  • Editorials and Daily Devotions constantly available to give people hope.
  • Newsletters, Podcasts, Lunches, and Services that connect and educate
  • An Interfaith Dialogue commission helping us learn how to better live together in a more diverse world.

We welcome you to open your heart to the infinite possibilities of how together we can touch the lives of others with God’s love.

Our Staff

Executive Director

Beginning in January 1991
She is an American Baptist pastor, and a member of
New Covenant United Church of Christ.
She and her husband live in Williamsport.

Administrative Assistant

Beginning in August 2020
She has ten years experience in office management.
She and her husband have three boys and are very involved in scouts and church.
They live in Loyalsock Township and are members of
Third Street United Methodist Church, Williamsport.

The United Churches Office

Location: In New Covenant United Church of Christ

Address: 202 East Third Street, Williamsport PA 17701

Telephone – 570-322-1110

Shepherd

Shepherd of the Streets Ministry
He has been director of the United Churches’
Shepherd of the Streets Ministry since September 2020.
He is a United Methodist Pastor, currently also serving at South Williamsport UMC.
He and his wife have two grown children.
He is also a veteran of the Army and Air Force chaplain Corps.
They live in Cogan House Township.

Food Pantry Coordinator

She joined our staff in 2016
The Coordinator of our United Churches Food Pantry
is a member of Montoursville Presbyterian Church and
she and her family reside in Williamsport.

Campus Ministry Coordinator

She joined our team in 2015
She coordinates United Churches United Campus Ministry Program
at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
She is pastor of First Church of Christ Disciples, a manager of GNC
locally, and when she gets to be home she and her family reside in Williamsport.

Administrative Assistant

At United Churches Shepherd of the Streets Office
She officially joined our staff in 2019 after volunteering a number of years.
She is a member of St. Luke Lutheran Church, and she resides in Williamsport.

Shepherd of the Streets Office

Location: In the Castellano Center, 320 Park Avenue, Williamsport

Mailing Address: PO Box 2184, Williamsport PA 17703

Phone – 570-322-6538

Food Pantry Office

Location: In the Castellano Center, Rear of 320 Park Avenue, Williamsport

Mailing Address: 202 East Third Street, Williamsport PA 17701

Phone – 570-322-1657

United Campus Ministry

Mailing Address: 202 East Third Street Williamsport