Praise to the Lord that medical visas have been approved for Nina and her 8-year old son, Matvey, and they have arrived so Matvey can receive treatment for a rare genetic disorder at the Clinic for Special Children in Strasburg.  Ministry needs include transportation, orientation, furnishings, friendships, and financial donations to cover rent and utilities.  Visit for more details and/or to sign up.  Or contact Keturah Beiler at or Tina Bare at


Deacons & deaconesses of the Diaconate care for the physical needs of the people in the Keystone fellowship and to a limited extent, the community. Everything from arranging for meals for those who’ve just had surgery, to budget counseling to organizing volunteers to repair a roof, to connecting widows and widowers with others in the congregation, is part of their work. If you would like to volunteer your help in this practical ministry, click here and you will be contacted. The Diaconate also partners with local ministries The Factory Ministries and LOVE INC.