July 12, 2020
9:30 am via YouTube live stream only
Rev. Dr. Kathleen Kind, Pastor, preaching
Rev. Dr. Stephen Gallaher, Associate Teaching Minister
Rev. Sharon Miller, Pastor of Homebound Ministry
Help us make a lasting impression, by joining our welcome procession! On Sunday, July 12th from 11:00 am until 12:30 pm, Pastor Kathy will be outside Camp Hill UMC eager to meet and greet YOU. Decorate your car, drop off a card, or honk and wave!
At Camp Hill UMC, we take the physical health and spiritual well-being of our congregation, staff, and community very seriously. Please continue to pray for those who are affected by this virus and those who are feeling lonely and isolated at this time.
In light of Cumberland County moving to the green phase, our re-entry plan is to begin in-person worship on Sunday, July 19th. We will offer one service in both the Sanctuary (Celebration) and Worship Center (New Life) at 9:30 am. Worship will continue to be live-streamed on the Camp Hill UMC YouTube Channel: youtube.com/c/camphillumc. You can find a link to the livestream from our church homepage and Facebook Page. The service is recorded and can be viewed at a later date. In keeping with CDC guidelines and as a covenant of respect for others, we will adhere to necessary in-person worship guidelines.
Pre-registration is required each week for the service you would like to attend. We estimate a maximum attendance of 75 persons in the Celebration service and 90 persons in the New Life service. You may register your “family unit,” which can range from one person to many, depending on your family’s size, online at camphillumc.churchcenter.com/registrations, or call the church office at 717-737-5631. You may not register by leaving a message. Deadline to sign up via telephone is noon the Friday prior to worship. Deadline to sign up online is midnight the Saturday prior to worship.
If you’re a young adult (age 22+) in search of connection and Christ-centered community, please email Shannon Zimmerman at ZoeMazi.LifeTogether@gmail.com for more information about Zoe Mazi (which means “life together”). The July schedule is now available.
A big thank you for all who sent birthday cards to me! What a nice surprise! You made my day special! Mabel Jackson (Camp Hill UMC Homebound Member)
Join us this summer as we read the book White Fragility by Robin Diangelo. As you read, take notes, pray about it, talk about it in your home, and with those in your circle. At the end of the summer, we will create a space for the congregation to talk about the book as a platform to talk openly and as a community of faith about racism. Jesus calls us not to turn away from the challenging issues but to join together and work towards a more just world.
Everyone is going through a challenging time. Each of us brings to the table different situations and needs. Singles for Jesus is a way to have singles feel like they have a family via the group. On July 14th, There will be a gathering in Jim Massey’s backyard at 7 pm. You can stay socially distant but yet have fellowship and get to know people better. Pizza and drinks will be provided. Please come with ideas for the group to do as activities, service projects, possible studies, and an open mind to make the group a part of your regular routine. Contact Jim Massey if you’re interested in attending and for his address at email@example.com or 717-979-4580.
The Unified Leadership Council will meet next on July 21st at 6:30 pm online. These 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, contact Georgia Reisinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have outgrown our current APP! We are hoping to implement a new mobile app by the fall. You can find all the information that lived on the app on our mobile-friendly website, camphillumc.org, including the weekly prayer list, weekly news, giving, etc. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Leslie Petersheim at email@example.com. Feel free to delete the current mobile app!
The Panguma Scholarship Campaign is an opportunity to support the education of a child or teen in Sierra Leone, where the 2018 literacy rate was under 49%. When you invest in education where poverty is abundant, knowledge is one of the only things that does not waste away. Campaign details coming soon!
In John 15:15-16, Jesus says, “I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you. You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you.”
Talking with God develops a deeper relationship with Him. The deeper the relationship becomes, the more time you want to spend with Him. When you feel like your world is spinning out of control, when storms hit, when you’re taken over by worry, when sickness and fatigue strike, let prayer be your stability, calm, and tranquility. You’ll find rest and recovery in Christ.
The church leadership has listed ideas for prayer for you to consider each day. Prayers will be listed on camphillumc.org/prayertime and daily on our Facebook and Instagram pages. 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.
It is more important now than ever to continue to connect with others during our shelter-in-place order. Are you looking for a practical way to stay connected to our church family? We are now offering virtual small groups! Visit camphillumc.org/virtualgroups for current offerings or to register for us to form a new virtual group including you. Questions, contact Sandy Zirbel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have heard from many of you who are searching for ways to offer your talents and spirit to your neighbors. We are excited that we are bringing together those who are in need and those who are willing to help. If you are in need of food, someone to run an errand for you, or someone to talk to, we want to connect you with those in the church who care. So, if you are in need or you want to give of yourself, please visit camphillumc.org/bethechurch. Questions, contact Drew Robeson at
Our leadership team is carefully and continually monitoring this situation. As information evolves, camphillumc.org/coronavirus is the primary, most up-to-date place for you to receive answers to commonly asked questions. We are committed to doing everything we can to provide a safe environment for our church family and surrounding community. A re-entry team is planning for in-person worship to begin July 19th. More details to come.
The Camp Hill UMC campus is currently closed. The church office will remain open with modified hours. On Mondays, the office will be open from 9:00 am—4:00 pm. Every other day of the week, the office will be open from 9:00 am—noon. For the safety of you, our community, and our staff, please call or email rather than visiting. If you must stop by, please call in advance. You can find our list of contact information by visiting camphillumc.org/staff or you can call the church office at 717-737-5631. Thank you for your patience during this time.
Your generosity makes a difference! Please continue to faithfully give financial offerings online or by mail so that the mission and ministry of Camp Hill UMC thrives all the more in the midst of difficult days.
Learn more at camphillumc.org/give.
417 S. 22nd Street • Camp Hill, PA 17011
Text to give is now available! Text CHUMC and a dollar amount to 77977.
Help celebrate the birthdays of our homebound members by sending them a card. An updated list of homebound names and addresses is available by emailing email@example.com.
July 1st : Mabel Jackson
July 2nd : JoAnn Pote
July 3rd : Betty Erb
July 4th : Mary Kireta
July 6th : Dorothy Green
July 7th : Marjorie McDivitt
July 14th : Alva Roseth
July 15th : Bobbie Brannock
July 25th : Mary Jane Williams
July 30th : Sandy Pike
You can drop off items outside the front main church doors. Please call 717-737-5631 beforehand. Thank you!
• Toilet Paper & Canned Fruits / Vegetables
New Hope Ministries
• Cleaning Supplies and Kitchen Sponges
• Juice (small individual or large)
Ecumenical Food Pantry
• “Bags of Love”