Tuesday Alive is designed to enhance spiritual growth and fellowship for all. We welcome attendance from persons in the broader community. With your attendance and participation we can encourage and enrich one another in our spiritual journey.
The 2023 schedule is below. For your convenience you may download the 2023 Schedule PDF with the details of each month’s program.
We meet the second Tuesday of the month at 10:00 AM at Ridgeview.
Lunch is served after each meeting.
Loretta Lapp, Chairperson
Sharing Space…the Ridgeview/Branch story. Audrey Kanagy (Ridgeview Mennonite) and Dave Smucker (Branch Community) will share how God brought together a congregation who had space to share with those who needed space, and the fruitful relationship that has grown since 2018.
Pequea Valley High School Chamber Singers. Under Mr. Bankert’s direction, the 42 member auditioned Chamber Singers from PVHS have received superior ratings and “Most Outstanding Choir” award in adjudicated festivals throughout Toronto Canada, New Jersey, Virginia, and Boston.
A team from Garden Spot Village will share the stories and pictures of their mission trip to Kenya this past winter. (February 2022). They worked with Missions of Hope International, an organization who ministers through schools and community activities in the slums of Nairobi.
Dan Armstrong began installing cable television at the age of twenty. For six years he was featured in a one minute radio spot called, “The Wacky Words of
Dan Armstrong.” He has written a book called “The Adventures of a Real Life Cable Guy.” He is an accomplished speaker and story teller.
Ray Hurst will present the origins and activities of “Sprouts of Peace.” This is a garden ministry sponsored by New Holland Mennonite Church that provides fresh produce to the Early Learning Center and the surrounding community
The Dean and Dale band (Dean Hertzler and Dale Stoltzfus). Vocal harmonies supported by guitar, fiddle, mandolin, bass guitar and rhythm make up the concert.
Factory Tour. In 2021 we heard from Adam Nagle about the mission of The Factory Ministry in the Pequea Valley School district. In 2022 we will get to
see their work, in person, as we tour their facility in Paradise and learn more about how they walk with people experiencing poverty.
Ernie & Lois Hess will share their story of walking the 500 mile Camino de Santiago trail across northern Spain. Thousands of pilgrims have walked it in memory of the Apostle James, who took the Gospel to Spain.
East Chestnut Street Mennonite Church provides a free meal to the community every Monday evening. Greg Henning is the coordinator of this ministry and will explain the church’s commitment and tell stories of hope and provision to those in need.
The Ukulele Band will lead us in a Christmas Carol Sing–A–Long, followed by a delicious Christmas meal.