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All are welcome to participate in classes. You do not have to be a member or attendee of Camp Hill UMC to join a study group.

Listed below are many of the new and continuing studies/classes. For a more detailed description, to take a look at sample materials, and/or to register please check out the Adult Spiritual Growth table in the gathering space. We encourage you to register early so we can be assured to have enough materials and proper space.

Please contact Sandy Zirbel, Camp Hill UMC’s Adult Spiritual Director, with questions at SZirbel@camphillumc.org.

SUNDAY MORNINGS

9:30 AM

Room 7

Topics vary depending on leader

All are welcome

(The Pioneers have been together for over 50 years!) 

giveupsomethingbadforlent

Give Up Something Bad for Lent: An Adult Lenten Study by James Moore

Fireside Room

All are welcome – a mix of ages

Room 2 (lower level)

Current focus is on Prayer

All are welcome – a mix of ages

Keeping Your Kids on God's Side

Keeping Your Kids on God’s Side: 40 Conversations to Have with Your Kids by Natasha Crain

Fellowship Hall Kitchen (lower level)

For those in the midst of parenting

9:30am Sundays beginning March 11 in Room 117

6:30pm Wednesdays beginning March 14 in Room 117

For people who are interested in learning more about Camp Hill UMC and possibly becoming a member

11:00 AM

Fireside Room

Current focus is on the Protestant Reformation

All are welcome – a mix of ages

MIDWEEK STUDIES

Monday

30 life principles

30 Life Principles: An Action Plan for Living the Principles Each Day by Charles Stanley

7:00pm Mondays in Fireside Room

Thursday

Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus: A Devout Muslim Encounters Christianity by Nabeel Quresh

Fireside Room

2nd & 4th Thursdays Only

10:00 AM

For Women Only

Friday

Off Site (Contact Sandy Zirbel for more details)

6:30 AM

For Men Only

PRAYER OPPORTUNITIES

  • 8:30am Fireside Room
  • The Prayer Room at the back of the Sanctuary is open for individual or group use

WEDNESDAY CONNECTION

An opportunity to grow in relationship with God and others through a meal, Bible study, child and adult music rehearsals, children’s activities, child care provision, kitchen helping and more.

Dinner in the Wesley Center
4:45-5:45pm

Cost: Adults $5/Children (3-12) $3/Under 3 is free

*No family (parents and children) pays more than $20

Don’t let cost keep you from enjoying dinner with us. Please talk with a Pastor or Margaret (in the kitchen)

For the dinner menu and more information, visit CampHillUMC.org/wednesday/

Classes Start at 6:00pm

For All

9:30am Sundays beginning March 11 in Room 117

6:30pm Wednesdays beginning March 14 in Room 117

For people who are interested in learning more about Camp Hill UMC and possibly becoming a member

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CrossTalk Connection

Wednesdays, February 21-March 21, 2018

Fellowship Hall

Led by Anna Layman Knox, Lead Associate Pastor

“It’s what you’re discussing or what a newspaper article is about, the theme of a documentary, or the focus of your term paper. Green energy, the Oscar nominees, what’s on the lunch menu, boxers or briefs — these are all considered topics. If something is a “hot topic,” then everybody is talking about it. (Vocabulary.com)

If you could pick any “Hot” topic to talk about in a safe space, what would it be? Join Pastor Anna on Wednesday evenings during Lent for an opportunity to discuss “hot” topics in a safe space.

All are welcome

ForgivingAsWeveBeenForgiven

Forgiving As We’ve Been Forgiven: Community Practices for Making Peace by L. Gregory Jones & Célestin Musekura

 
Wednesdays, April 4 – May 2
6:00-7:30pm
 
Fireside Room
 
Led by Marty Willard
 
Christians are supposed to forgive others as we’ve been forgiven. But hearing the call to forgive is different from knowing how to practice forgiveness at home and in the world. Forgiveness is about more than the isolated acts and words of individuals. To forgive and be forgiven, we need communal practices and disciplines for a way of life that makes for peace. Greg Jones and Célestin Musekura describe how churches and communities can cultivate the habits that make forgiveness possible on a daily basis. Following the Rwandan genocide, Musekura lost his father and other family members to revenge killings. But then he heard God tell him to forgive the killers. The healing power of forgiveness in his own life inspired him to work for forgiveness and reconciliation across Africa. Jones, author of Embodying Forgiveness, interacts with Musekura’s story to show how people can practice forgiveness not only in dramatic situations like genocide but also in everyday circumstances of marriage, family and congregational life. Together they demonstrate that forgiving and being forgiven are mutually reciprocating practices that lead to transformation and healing.

All are welcome

For Women

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Armor of God by Priscilla Shirer
February 21, 2018 – April 18, 2018

Room 125 (Chapel)

Led by Kim Losh & Kelley Callaman

The Enemy always fails miserably when he meets a woman dressed for the occasion. The Armor of God, more than merely a biblical description of the believer’s inventory, is an action plan for putting it on and developing a personalized strategy to secure victory.

For Women Only

SOL Sisters will begin April 11th

6:15pm

Location TBD