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. Please register early so we can be assured to have enough materials and arrange adequate space. Do not let cost keep you from participating in a study. Please talk with Sandy and we will make it happen.
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.
All are welcome (The Pioneers have been together for over 50 years!)
Topics vary depending on leader
All are welcome – a mix of ages
Current Study: The Book of Psalms
Room 2 (lower level)
All are welcome – a mix of ages
Current Study: Ask: Faith Questions in a Skeptical Age by S.J. Jones & A.D. Jones
Can only one religion be true? How can I believe in both science and creation? In this thoughtful 8-week study, you’ll find satisfying answers for the hardest questions you face about faith, religion, and the church. The authors also encourage you to engage your doubt; you may draw closer to God because of it!
Fellowship Hall Kitchen (lower level)
For those in the midst of parenting
Current Study: Everybody Always: Becoming Love in a World Full of Setbacks and Difficult People by Bob Goff
What happens when we stop worrying about difficult people and simply love them? A revolution! In this follow-up to his best-selling Love Does, Goff shares how he learned to accept others without inhibition, insecurity, and restriction—including when he befriended a Ugandan witch doctor. Discover how a no-limits embrace of everybody can transform the world.
Beginning March 10th
For people who are interested in learning more about Camp Hill UMC and possibly becoming a member
Private dining room at Bethany Village
1PM (every 4th Monday of the month)
Current Study: Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren
This book has transformed millions of lives. Are you ready for a change?
Since its release, The Purpose Driven Life has been translated into eighty-five different languages and has become the “Bestselling non-fiction hardback book in history” according to Publisher’s Weekly, all because of the Christ-centered approach the book takes to answering life’s most fundamental question: What on earth am I here for?
Broken and Blessed
How God Used One Imperfect Family to Change the World
by Jessica LaGrone
Broken and Blessed traces the story of the Genesis family from Adam and Eve through the generations to Joseph, bringing blessing from brokenness. We will see that despite both good and bad traits that were passed down, God worked for good in every generation—determined to transform those within and outside the family bloodlines. The study ends with the story of Joseph, who decided to stop the cycle of previous generations, offering forgiveness and grace to his brothers.
Through these stories of Genesis, New Testament teaching about family, and stories of contemporary families changed and used by God, this study shows us how God can use our own imperfect families to bring blessing in a hurting and broken world.
Bad Girls Bible study 2nd & 4th Thursdays beginning January 24th
10:00am – Noon
Cost: $12 for book
Location: changes each month
1st Thursday of the Month
Loretta McCoy – 717-737-0754
4th Thursday of the Month
6:30pm (1st Thursday of the Month)
An opportunity to grow in relationship with God and others through a meal, Bible study, children and adult music rehearsals, children’s activities, child care provision, kitchen help, and more.
Winter/Spring Session January 10 – May 9
January 1- February 27: A Way Forward in the United Methodist Church: A Conversation of Prayer and Possibilities – All church study w/Pastors Gary & Anna – Wesley Center
March 6: Ash Wednesday Services – no classes
March 13 – May 9: 8-week study session
April 17: Holy Week – no dinner/classes/childcare
@4:45-5:45 – Dinner in the Wesley Center
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