Youths will become tired and weary,

   young men will certainly stumble;

but those who hope in the Lord

    will renew their strength;

    they will fly up on wings like eagles;

    they will run and not be tired;

    they will walk and not be weary.

 

Isaiah 40:30-31 (CEB)

The Unified Leadership Council is responsible for overseeing the mission and vision of the Camp Hill United Methodist Church. They meet every month and at the top of our agenda is our Mission Statement: Making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world! Just as Moses was called to share the commandments of God during his generation, we are called to make disciples for this generation. Please be praying that as a congregation we are loving God and each other with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Council meetings are open to all members and friends of the church. To read past meeting minutes, visit camphillumc.org/unified. For information on how to log in to the Zoom meeting, call the church office at 717-737-5631.

 

Ideas for prayer for each day of January have been shared by the Unified Leadership Council. 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
Hope in the new year

 

January 2
For God’s presence to be known in the new year

 

January 3
The ministries of the church and that they continue to reach as many people as possible

 

January 4
Quick and safe administration of the COVID-19 vaccine

 

January 5
Our pastors and their families 

 

January 6
Gratitude for the birth of Emmanuel, God with us

 

January 7
Healing and comfort for all who continue to be impacted by COVID-19

 

January 8
New members of the ULC as they begin their service and leadership of our congregation

 

January 9
College students who are not living on campus due to COVID-19

 

January 10
Churches and congregants having limited access to technology

 

January 11
The homeless as they deal with the winter weather

 

January 12
Those who have had elective surgery postponed

 

January 13
Pastor Brand Eaton as he begins his new position

 

January 14
Those experiencing suicidal thoughts

 

January 15
Peace

 

January 16
Doctors, nurses and other front-line workers

 

January 17
The elderly and those in assisted living

 

January 18
An end to racism

 

January 19
Our history of a peaceful transition of power to continue to be preserved

 

January 20
Our new President

 

January 21
Our leaders at Federal, State and local levels

 

January 22
Those who are unable to gather with loved ones during this season 

 

January 23
Those who are feeling anxious or depressed

 

January 24
For unity within our congregation and staff

 

January 25
Hope

 

January 26
Parents to be reconciled to their children

 

January 27
Our friends and ministry partners in Panguma, Sierra Leone

 

January 28
Those who manage or run their own businesses 

 

January 29
Those experiencing food insecurity

 

January 30
Joy

 

January 31
Those struggling and desiring to grow in physical strength and health