“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”


C.S. Lewis

Camp Hill UMC is a church that believes in God as a Trinity—three persons in one: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. We are a community of ordinary people in the presence of an extraordinary God learning to love as we are loved. In that love, we welcome all to share in the life and ministry of this community of faith. Our welcome knows no boundaries. We believe that the Bible is God’s Word and is the primary authority for our faith and practice. We interpret that scripture together as a community, believing the church to be the body of Christ, an extension of Christ’s life and ministry in the world today. 


Ideas for prayer are shared from Camp Hill UMC Pastors for each day of January. Feel free to add additional prayers that come to your mind and heart for people and situations in our local church, The United Methodist Church, the global church, and the wider world.


Let us pray for….

January 1
Healing of the Nation with Peace and Justice for all



January 2
Those who are Lonely



January 3
Those Dealing with Mental Illness



January 4
Families in Financial Stress



January 5
Participants in First Step



January 6
The Leaders and the Young People of the Upward Winter Basketball Season



January 7
 Camp Hill UMC Staff



January 8
Participants of the ‘Stop Being Nice’ Class



January 9
For Drivers on the Road in Difficult Wintery Situations



January 10
Pastors from other Local United Methodist churches



January 11
Those Serving Camp Hill through the Public Library



January 12
Those Struggling with Depression



January 13
The World Methodist Council and its Congregations



January 14
Pray for Business Men and Women who are Working beyond their Capacity to just make it from Week to Week



January 15
Those who are Dealing with Serious Illnesses



January 16
2020 Unified Leadership Council Members



January 17
Employees of One Good Woman



January 18
Pray that God will continue to give Camp Hill UMC Staff Members the Gifts and Graces that they need for their callings



January 19
Those Preparing for Baptism



January 20
Individuals with Dementia and their Families and Caregivers



January 21
The Bishops of the United Methodist Church



January 22
Primary School Students in Panguma, Sierra Leone



January 23
Our Homebound



January 24
Families in Distress



January 25
Those who are Hungry



January 26
Offer Thanks to God for the Wonderful Musicians who offer Praise to God every Sunday in so many Beautiful Ways



January 27
Keith Roden and Andrew Brisbin who Lead the Music in the Celebration and New Life Worship Services



January 28
Praising God for Victory



January 29
Neighboring Churches and their Ministries



January 30
Those awaiting diagnoses



January 31
Youth Attending Zeteo