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Devoted to Christ
Committed to Service

Camp Hill Presbyterian Church

is a vibrant community church located in the heart of Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. We are called to worship God, grow in Christ, share Spirit-filled life, and serve others in the Susquehanna Valley and beyond.

You are welcome to join in worship. Click on a button to view the worship service, the bulletin or check the current CHPC news.

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Lent & Holy Week 2024

Lenten Sermon Series, Studies, and Worship Services

You are invited to embark upon a journey through the season of Lent to the celebration of the glorious resurrection of Christ the Savior. Along the way you will find a sermon series, "Promises, Promises," that reminds of God's covenants, a Lenten study, "Creation Care," and worship services rich in the Gospel, beautiful music, joyous worship and Christian fellowship. You are truly welcome here!

Visit the Lenten and Holy Week Webpage

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Are You New Here?

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Whether you've never walked into a church before or can sing all the hymns with your eyes closed, you'll find a welcoming community with approachable worship and down-to-earth people.

Camp Hill Presbyterian Church builds fresh on a long legacy of faithful service  with strong worship and music ministries, intergenerational programs, congregational care, and opportunities to serve.

In changing and challenging times, we hold a deep commitment to gospel life rooted in hope, an inclusive community gathered in faith, and a call to labor in our world which springs from an abiding love.

Visiting Sunday?

Labor Day - Memorial Day

ARISE Family Service at 8:30 AM

Worship in the Sanctuary 10:30 AM

CHPC has Kirk (Church) Programs

for Kids, Youth, Families,

and Young Adults.

The New Family Worship Service

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The new weekly service - ARISE - begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Sanctuary. It is a service designed to be accessible for young families and young adults, with contemporary and contemplative elements. We'll share conversation and laughter, reflection and prayer, and coffee and donuts.  All are invited to come with our families and dive into the tough questions of faith and life, make space for rest and lament, and find our place in a family much larger. For more information, contact Pastor Stuart (sseelman@thechpc.com).

Courageous Conversations 2nd Session

Courageous Conversations is an education series that aims to get people talking about important topics related to our Christian faith. Mechanicsburg Brethren in Christ Church hosts the 2nd session February 25th at 6:30 PM.

The CHPC Preschool

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Open Registration For The 2024-2025 School Year Has Begun!

The Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Preschool is a ministry of the church which has proudly served the needs of the Community since 1956. The CHPC Preschool offers developmentally appropriate experiences, encouraging young children's perpetual curiosity, inexhaustible energy, enormous capacity for wonder and readiness to learn. The preschool provides opportunities for all children to enlarge their spheres of relationships, their knowledge of their world, and their ability to express themselves. Small classes ensure strong parent-teacher communication while trained educational leaders promote the social, emotional, and academic growth of each unique child.

The CHPC Music, Art & Drama 2023-2024 Season

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For more than 45 years, Camp Hill Presbyterian Church offered the Music, Art & Drama (MAD) Series as a gift to the Greater Harrisburg Area. The series includes the popular 1st Wednesday of the month Noonday Organ Recital and luncheons plus a variety of performances, presentations, and exhibits that appeal to all ages. The series is largely supported through donations. To learn more about the series and download the season brochure just click on the button below!

The Next Events

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ARISE! An Informal Family Worship Service

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Sunday, March 3

8:30 am

This service features contemporary and contemplative elements, and is designed to be accessible for young families and young adults. We'll share conversation and laughter, reflection and prayer, and coffee and donuts. All are invited to dive into the tough questions of faith and life, make space for rest and lament, and find our place in a family much larger.

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The Third Sunday of Lent

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Sunday, March 3

Lenten worship with Communion. The season of Lent continues. Come! You are welcome here! Worship at CHPC features traditional and contemporary elements and includes joyous prayer and praise, singing, choral and instrumental music, reading of Scripture, and preaching of the gospel. You will find outgoing and welcoming people here and will feel right at home.

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Wednesday Noonday Organ Recital

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Wednesday, March 6

11:45 am light luncheon, 12:15 pm recital

The featured organist is Ethan Draper, Organ Scholar of Market Square Presbyterian Church and Lebanon Valley College.

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Camp Hill Presbyterian Church's Statement of Welcome and Inclusion

As followers of Jesus, we affirm the dignity and worth of every person as created in the image of God. We are committed to creating an inclusive space of belonging and safety. Therefore, this community of faith welcomes into full participation, membership, and leadership, persons of diverse age, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental ability, level of education, class, or income.
Rooted in the Reformed tradition, we affirm that “God alone is Lord of the conscience,” allowing for a breadth of diverse theological and biblical interpretations. We covenant to accept, respect, and love one another as we apply our faith in the circumstances of our lives and in the matters of our world

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