What To Expect


Worship services are casual at Emory Church. Many people wear jeans  or dress "business casual."  Our services start with music, often songs you might recognize. There are a blend of contemporary and traditional songs. The pastor delivers a bible-based message with practical application to help you live out your faith during the week.  On the first Sunday of each month we celebrate communion, but there’s no pressure to participate if you don’t want to.  Services usually conclude within an hour, and then you’re welcome to hang out and talk with people afterwards.

If you have children under the age of 3, we have a team of loving, Safe Sanctuary trained adults who have passed both State and Federal background checks. The safety of your children is of the utmost importance. They will lovingly care for your little ones.

Our Story


Emory Church is part of the Susquehanna Conference of the United Methodist Church. The founding of Emory Church dates back to the early 1800's. It is named for Bishop John Emory. It began as a log structure and has gone through many changes. In 1886 the congregation purchased a lot on the square where the current structure resides. The present building was dedicated in 1887. 

Our Staff


Rev. Mick Dawes
Rev. Mick Dawes
Jason Cebulski, Dir. of Music
Jason Cebulski, Dir. of Music
Robin Fleming,
Robin Fleming, Secretary
Cara Nutting, Preschool Dir.