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Christmas at Camp Hill Presbyterian Church

Camp Hill Presbyterian Church has a long and rich tradition of observing Advent and Christmas as the joyous celebration of the birth of Jesus the Messiah as told in the Gospels. You are invited to be a part of the celebration as we study the Gospel, worship with praise and song, and rejoice in the fulfillment of God's promise to send a Savior to us all.

Christmas Eve, December 24th

4:00 PM to
5:00 PM
A Christmas Story Walk

Live the story! Adults and children of all ages will travel from the shepherd's fields through the little town of Bethlehem stopping along the way to the manger where the baby Jesus lays. There are Gospel lessons and singing along at the interactive stations. Start at the welcome station to warm up by the fire with some hot cocoa.

7:00 PM to
8:00 PM
In the Sanctuary and
A Service of Lessons and Carols

This service is family oriented and consists of Gospel lessons with carols sung by the choir and congregation in between. The service concludes with the singing of the carol "Silent Night" and the lighting of candles by the whole congregation. This is always an uplifting and inspiring service and you can watch from home too!

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

This candlelight service is intended for older youth and adults who seek a deeper insight into the meaning of Christmas and Christian faith. It will inspire and help you move forward in your journey of faith through Christmas and into the new year.

Advent-At-Home With Camp Hill Presbyterian

Nov 29th to
Dec 20th
A Children's Advent Craft

Live the story with Advent-At-Home with CHPC!

Every week we'll craft and add new characters to our Nativities using our Advent-At-Home Kits and talk about the Christmas story on Facebook. Some remaining kits are available, first-come-first-serve. To receive one, contact Pastor Seelman at

Watch the 1st installment HERE, and the 2nd HERE.

Dec 1st to
Dec 22nd,
9:30 AM &
7:00 PM
Advent Book Study

How might a house look for Christmas based on what each Gospel says about it? Architect Kevin Burns reimagines each of the four Gospels as a "house," which the church visits at Christmas. There is  reflection on the distinctive perspective of the birth of Jesus or the incarnation offered by each Gospel.

Classes are conducted in Fellowship Hall and via ZOOM. Contact the church office for login information.