A ministry of Hanover Wesleyan Church

 Hickory Falls Ballroom

110 Hickory Lane

 Hanover PA, 17331

717 451 6349


In Philippians, the Apostle Paul writes, "I thank my God every time I remember you.  In all my prayers…I always pray with joy because of your partnership in the gospel." (Phil. 1: 3-5)

Hanover Wesleyan Church seeks to partner with missionaries and ministries both nationally and internationally to take the good news to the world. Jesus gives us this task in the Great Commission.

Local and National Missions

Hanover Wesleyan partners with three ministries by giving financial and prayer support, providing volunteers, and sending work teams to assist in specific projects.  

God’s Meal Barrel                                                                                                                                                                   

This compassion ministry focuses on providing food and other basic items to families in need.

New Hope Ministries

This  local ministry is a Christian social service agency that seeks to share the love of Jesus by meeting human needs and helping individuals toward stability.

Global Missions

Hanover Wesleyan partners with families who are serving in China, Mozambique, and Macedonia.  While they serve in their respective areas of the world, we seek to encourage them through gifts, cards,emails, and prayer support.  During their visits to the United States,  our church invites them to visit for an extended time so that our church family can build a relationship with them.  Currently, we partner with the following:

Denny and Michelle Craker- World Gospel Mission

Serving in China, Denny visits and mentors like-minded individuals.  Michelle works in an international school and extends hospitality to local friends and co-workers.

Jim and Karen Pickett- Global Partners

Both Karen and Jim are professors at Xai-Xai Bible College in Mozambique.  They also disciple believers in the surrounding churches.

Joel and Tiffany Toonstra- Global Partners

The Toonstra family is active in a young evangelical church plant in Skopje where they help people start and cultivate their relationship with Jesus Christ.  They also provide leadership to the National Church through a local orphanage partnership and refugee ministry.