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Camp Hill Presbyterian Church News

PASTORAL GREETINGS

Did you know that those words "do not fear" appear in the Bible 365 times? God knows we need that daily reminder, especially during difficult times. We know and trust that God is with us. We also know and trust that we will remain connected as a church family as best we can in these difficult days. Let us uplift each other in prayer! May the peace of God which passes all understanding, keep your hearts and minds in the knowledge and love of God, and may the blessing God almighty, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, remain with you always. Amen. 

 ~ Pastor Nancy

Isaiah 4:35

IT'S HAPPENING AT CAMP HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Seasons to Perform April 14

Local award-winning Celtic nu-folk band Seasons performs at CHPC on Sunday, April 14, at 3 p.m. in the Sanctuary. This free 80-minute concert will be followed by a light reception in Fellowship Hall. You don’t want to miss this popular sibling group in what is sure to be a lively and packed event!

 

AED/CPR Training Postponed

This month’s AED/CPR training is being rescheduled for the fall. Look for more information in August.

 

Seeking Patio Furniture for Church Porch

Wanted for CHPC: durable, quality patio furniture. To help us continue to use our beautiful front porch for summer worship, pop-up musical offerings, and other community events, we are looking for a couple of sets of outdoor tables and chairs. If you or someone you know is downsizing, moving, or otherwise ridding themselves of such items, please let the staff know. (Hopefully, you’ve seen how nice and welcoming our new bench looks in the front yard!)

 

Conversation, Film to Explore White Christian Nationalism

Courageous Conversations" — an inter-congregational education series that aims to get people talking about important topics related to our Christian faith and our commitment to living out Matthew 25 — continues on Sunday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 626 Williams Grove Road, Mechanicsburg, when the threat of white Christian nationalism will be discussed.

Then, on Sunday, April 28, at 4:30 p.m., all are invited to a free screening of the documentary “God and Country” at Midtown Cinema, 250 Reily St., Harrisburg. Both the discussion and the film will take a closer look at the hijacking of Christianity by the extreme right wing political movement known as Christian nationalism, and share what you should know about it.

 

Donate Baked Goods to PW's Election Day Sale

Presbyterian Women will be holding an Election Day Bake Sale on Tuesday, April 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The group is seeking donations of baked goods. Items need to be bagged/plated and priced for sale to voters who use CHPC as a polling place to pick up on their way out. Details are available on this Bake Sale Info Sheet, or call Dawn Murray at (717) 737-5139 for more info.

 

Plan to Attend 2024 MATE Trip

Registration for CHPC's annual trip to Mission at the Eastward (MATE) is open! The trip, during which our team will work with the MATE Housing Ministry in Farmington, Maine, will be held Saturday, July 20, through Saturday, July 27. Join us for a fantastic week of faith, service, friendship, and fun! Registration forms are due by Tuesday, April 30. For more info, contact Nancy Flint.

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