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Christmas Eve Services

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5:00 PM to
6:00 PM

Park on  23rd St or the Church Parking Lot

Christmas Story Walk

Experience the old, old story anew in this interactive re-telling for all ages. Start at the welcome station to warm up by the fire with some hot cocoa, and then journey to Bethlehem with caroling and storytelling. Donations collected for mission partner, the Harrisburg sub-office of Church World Service.

7:00 PM to
8:00 PM

Sanctuary,
Livestream on Facebook page and Website

A Service of Lessons and Carols

This highly-anticipated and accessible service is the most-attended of the season, with the familiar Nativity story, favorite carols with special music, and candlelighting to close. Childcare is available and participation by all is welcome. The service can be streamed and re-watched here on the website or on the Camp Hill Presbyterian Church Facebook page.

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10:00 PM to
11:00 PM
A Meditative Christmas Service

Celebration comes in many different forms. Beginning in darkness, this meditative candlelight service explores the riches of Christian spirituality in the Christmas season, offering a full Christmas Eve service experience and something new for all.

Season of Advent: Grafted

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Nov 27 to Christmas
Eve
Advent for Families with Children

Live the story through Advent-At-Home with CHPC! Every day offers a new leaf of the Jesse Tree to decorate and hang as a family. Kits with everything needed are available for anyone and everyone. Contact Pastor Seelman at sseelman@thechpc.com to receive yours. And make sure to follow along with the whole community via Instagram at @camphillpresbyterian.

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Thursday  Dec 7 at 7:00PM

Sanctuary

Blue Christmas:
A Service of Healing & Wholeness

The holiday season can be particularly challenging for those with experiences of loss, grief, sorrow, and pain. Yet, joining in lament and prayer is a crucial part of the season of Advent. Blue Christmas reminds us that Christ came for us all, but in a particular way: first to the lonely, the downtrodden, and the suffering. All are invited to this service of healing and wholeness.

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Sundays
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM,

Nov 27 to
Dec 18
Advent Book Study

Some might feel like the Christmas season is too facile and familiar. But this year's Advent study digs into the lesser-known biblical characters to find radical power and unexpected joy in the questioning and uncertainty.

Using Mary Lou Redding's While We Wait: Living the Questions of Advent, adults are invited to the Blue Room during the Discipleship Hour on Sundays at 9am. No preparation required.