You don’t have to go it alone.

For congregations and pastors, ministry can be tricky business. One valuable support in both good times and difficult ones is your York Association Committee on Ministry. This group is charged with caring for congregations and clergy.

The Committee on Ministry supports the health and vitality of the 20? UCC churches in the Association. We work to promote healthy congregations and clergy, and to support and facilitate discussion when problems arise. We are also the authorizing body for clergy who wish to hold ministerial standing in the York Association.

Here’s what the York Association bylaws say about our role: We are “responsible for the care and standing of congregations and authorized ministers. The committee shall be guided by the most recent Manual on Ministry of the United Church of Christ” (available at

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2022 Association Partner Liaisons

Rev. Eva O’Diam

  • Starview, Mt. Wolf, Laura Bair

  • Hayshire, York, Brenda Marin

  • Shiloh, York,

  • St. Paul’s, Dallastown, Chris Rodkey


Rev. David Martin

  • Mt. Zion, York, Danielle Neff, Amy Northridge,

  • Trinity, Hallam, Kelly Shiflett

  • St. John’s, Red Lion, David Tietje


Nancy Cherry

  • Emmanuel, York, Laura Ramsey

  • Dover, Dover, Eva O’Diam

  • Zion, York, Susan Emmons

  • Mt. Zion, Spring Grove, Larry Smith


Rev. Laura Bair

  • Salem, Dover, Julia Brown

  • Faith, York, Ron Oelrich

  • Trinity, York, Larry Covin

  • St. Paul, Shrewsbury, Martha Boyer


Jaron Flickinger

  • St. Stephen’s, West York, Ron Heagy

  • Trinity Roths, Spring Grove, Ron Heagy

  • Locust Grove, York, Sue Oelrich

  • New Hope Fissel’s, Glen Rock, David Stewart


Mike Gibbs

  • Heidelberg, York, Rick Pulling

  • St. Paul’s, Stoverstown, David Martin

  • St. John’s Blymire’s, Dallastown, Lou Ann Jones

  • Trinity, Glen Rock, Art Grahe


Wendy Anderson

  • St. Jacob’s, York New Salem, Sue D’heedene

  • St. Peter’s Lischey’s, Spring Grove, Cathy Sherry