A fun evening of music, laughter, renewal…and some tasty desserts! Prioritizing relationships with spouses and significant others is not just for Valentine’s Day!
Friday, March 22, 2019
A selection of desserts and beverages will be served.
All couples are invited (not just those that are married)!
Cost is $20 per couple
Please drop off your registration fee at the Adult Spiritual Growth table between services on Sunday mornings or stop by the church office. Office Hours are Monday to Thursday – 9am to 4pm, Friday – 9am to noon.
Childcare is available!
Please indicate how many children you will be dropping off for childcare and their ages in the form below.
Camp Hill UMC Wesley Center
Please enter through the front doors.
417 S. 22nd Street
Camp Hill, PA 17011
MEET MARK CABLE
Mark Cable has been ministering full-time through music since 1981. His 80-100 yearly engagements take him to churches and conference centers throughout the Eastern United States. About two thirds of Mark’s concerts are “Great Night Events” – either the GREAT DATE NIGHT for couples, or the GREAT NIGHT OUT for all adults. The rest are church-wide events for all ages: Special Sunday morning SERMON in SONG concerts, Friend Day concerts, family nights, and various church banquets. He also leads worship and speaks for various family camps and Mens’ Retreats throughout the year. Over the years he has had the opportunity to share the stage at conference events with musicians and speakers such as DC Talk, The David Crowder Band, Randy Stonehill, Louie Giglio, Duffy Robbins, Twila Paris, Greg Speck, David Burke and Walt Mueller.
An accomplished acoustic guitarist and songwriter, Mark has released 22 CDs and has received radio airplay on Christian stations across the U.S. His latest CD is entitled “Come to My Senses”. He and his wife, Dodi, live in York, PA and have six children, ranging in age from 13-30. Mark is a licensed minister of the Gospel and has served as an elder in his local church. He has also coached youth and Jr Hi basketball for over 20 years and helped start and lead a Fellowship of Christian Athletes chapter in his local high school.