Hello Cityview family,
As we find ourselves in this difficult season as a country and as individuals, it is especially important to stay connected.
This Sunday will be our Second Cityview Sunday Cyber Service. Our tech team has bravely fought and conquered the technical issues experienced last week and were poised to livestream for this next week. However, due to the health risks involved followed by the stay-at-home order given by Governor Wolf, we are doing this week's service differently.

At 9:30 Sunday morning we will be posting several videos on the Cityview Facebook Page Please know that you do not need to have a Facebook account to access this. It is a public website open to anyone on the internet. Our worship time will be links to several songs in lieu of our worship team coming together to lead us. Gary Mummert has recorded a message for us from home.


More than ever, let's walk together through this season. Call someone who is more at risk than you to see if they need anything. It's a blessing to hear of this taking place in the body. When we are isolated physically, we need to be intentional to communicate with each other through phones and computers. We are blessed to have alternatives to walking alone. Let's make use of them. 

 May God's peace, safety, provision, and patience be each of ours through the Holy Spirit!
Troy, for the elders.

Confluence Churches

We believe that the body of Christ is a big place, spread across all the world including all followers of Christ over all of time. This works itself out in the life of the Church through relationships between people, but also between groups of people: local churches.

When local churches that share common values and purpose come together, it creates both safety and blessing in both directions. It not only establishes stability in the local church, but it also allows those churches to do more for the kingdom of God than they could ever do by themselves.

In the United States, we are working with around 30+ churches that identify as Confluence Churches. For more information go to

Confluence is connected to a worldwide family of churches called Newfrontiers. We are linked with these churches through common values, genuine friendship and a commitment to see churches established and strengthened in every corner of our world. This relationship with trans-local leadership encourages our leaders at Cityview to simultaneously look at what is happening in our local church and also own a vision for what God is doing around the world.

Newfrontiers was founded in the UK by Terry Virgo and today it consists of around 1500 churches, working with different apostolic leaders in over 70 nations. Newfrontiers is a growing group of apostolic leaders partnering together on global mission, joined by common values and beliefs, shared mission and genuine relationships. To find out more go to

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(717) 767-2500
1655 Roosevelt Avenue York, PA 17408