Devoted to Christ ~ Committed to Service
ALL ARE WELCOME
CAMP HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
is a warm, welcoming Christian faith community, and we invite you to worship with us. We are an inclusive church, and our desire is to worship God together, learn together, grow together, and serve Christ together. We are grateful for your visit and hope you return often.
What is the Community Prayer Project?
As members of Camp Hill Presbyterian Church, we invite you to add your voices to our communal prayers during this time of uncertainty. As part of our role in the community, we’ll lift up all prayers at our weekly prayer fellowship meeting. For each prayer, we will add a ribbon to our prayer tree outside the church, as a sign of our fellowship together.
I Was Hungry, and You Gave Me Something to Eat
This summer, CHPC will again participate n a church-wide mission project, the Earl Besch Food Drive. This will help children and families in our Camp Hill Borough community. The Earl Besch Foundation was established in honor of Earl Besch, who was a very giving community member and always helped those in need. Let us follow that example and give generously.
During the school year, many children in the Camp Hill School District (16 percent) receive backpacks of food every weekend. In the summer months they do not receive this extra supply of food. CHPC has committed to providing summer support in August. We will be filling and delivering 33 boxes of food to families in need on Thursday, Aug. 13, to help these families.
We need your help! Please consider "sponsoring" a family by doing one of the following:
■ Purchasing perishable items (approx. $60) and delivering items
to the sponsored family on Aug. 13
■ Purchasing perishable items and bringing them to CHPC on Aug. 13
■ Purchasing non-perishable items (approx. $25) and
bringing to the CHPC on Sunday, Aug. 9
■ Helping with delivery of the completed boxes on Aug. 13
■ Giving a monetary donation and having someone else do the shopping
CHILDREN AND YOUTH
Children are welcome to join in worship. We also offer a nursery, staffed by adults, for newborns to children age 5 during the service. There are youth groups, activities and Christian education especially for children and youth.
We learn about God in worship, by hearing scripture read and explained and through prayers and hymns. We commit ourselves to learn what Jesus teaches and to carry the good news of the gospel to all.