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Camp Hill United Methodist Church
417 South Twenty-second Street
Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 17011
Phone (717)737-5631
Fax (717)737-3844
E-mail: [email protected]
Hours: Monday-Thursday, 9:00AM-4:00PM
Friday 9:00AM-12:00PM
www.camphillumc.org
Welcome to Camp Hill United Methodist Church (CHUM), where our mission is
to make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world. We strive
to be rooted in God through faith in Christ as we worship the Lord together
and individually; to relate to other believers for fellowship, accountability, and
spiritual growth through small groups; and to reach out beyond our church
and ourselves to meet the needs of others, inviting them to follow Christ with
us. Whether you are a visitor or a regular attender, we celebrate your presence with us today.
February 1
Celebration
Holy Communion
Pastor Tom Willard
New Life
Pastor Jake Waybright
February 8
Celebration
Pastor Tom Willard
New Life
Pastor Jake Waybright
Services—9:30 & 11AM
We offer two worship styles every
Sunday morning. Each of them includes biblically-rooted, relevant messages. Celebration services in the
sanctuary include choral and instrumental music, congregational singing,
and printed liturgy. New Life services in the Wesley Center include
singing led by a praise band and incorporate multi-media and visual
arts.
Sunday School for all ages 9:30
Please stop by the Welcome Center in the Lobby for information, directions and
other assistance.
We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month in Celebration
and the third Sunday in New Life.
We provide a safe, well-staffed nursery for infants and small children during
worship services and Wednesday night activities.
Our sanctuary is equipped with “t-loop” capabilities for digital hearing aids.
Please check the CHUMC website, www.camphillumc.org for worship messages, announcements, dinner menus and more. And find us on Facebook at
Camp Hill United Methodist Church.
Membership is open to all who accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and
who are committed to growing as fully devoted followers of Jesus through active participation in the ministry of the church. Please contact Pastor Jack
Grove at home 691-4796, or email [email protected]
Help celebrate the birthdays
of our home-bound members by
sending them a card.
Home-bound birthdays:
May Ryan - Feb. 2
Hospitalizations
As of January 28, 2015
Claremont Rehab
Steve Kocher, #423
Holy Spirit
Becky Bryant, #602
Carol Ross - Feb. 3
Ethel Porter - Feb. 8
Carol Harrison - Feb. 28
Attendance for January 25
9:00 Worship
11:00 Worship
Total
356
228
584
Sunday School
NA
VibraLife Rehab
Ray Donley, #403
Christian Sympathy
To Charlotte Atkins and Billie
Beauregard. Ken Atkins—
Charlotte’s husband, Billie’s father and a
CHUM member since 2012—died at 90
on January 27th. Service is February 23rd
at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to
their family and friends.
THE PASTOR'S PARAGRAPH TO THE CHUM FAMILY
As I write this I am preparing for a weekend away (January 16-18) at my annual
Christian men’s retreat which I helped launch back in 1970. This year is the 45 th year
of this retreat, and a number of men from CHUM are joining me—along with about 35
men altogether—at John and Donna Szwast’s camp named Ingelby. I always look
forward to this weekend. For 45 years I have been joining together on this winter
weekend with Christians friends whom I’ve known since high school. Every year, too,
many new men also join us for this time of Christian growth, fellowship and fun. It’s
always one of the highlights of my year. Over the years the retreat has grown into a
Christian Father and Son Retreat, so my two sons will also be joining me
there. They, too, look forward to “The Retreat” each year, and always make the effort to attend--even when one of them lived outside the US. The other weekend to
which I look forward each year is CHUM’s Men Retreat at Mount Asbury, which is
coming up on March 20-22. This is an excellent time for men to get away together
and be challenged to grow in our walks with Christ. I hope that you’re already making plans to join Pastors Jake, Jack, and me at the CHUM’s Men’s Retreat. Registration information is in your bulletin and you can sign-up out at the Men’s Table in the
Gathering Space. ---Pastor Tom
CHUM’s Weekly Prayer List is on tables at the back of the worship spaces and at
the Welcome Center or go to www.camphillumc.org and follow the Prayer List link.
Is there someone whose face you’ve missed in worship recently? - If so,
please let the church office (737-5631) know. It’s also a good idea for you to reach
out and let them know that you’ve missed them.
* * * How you can Help * * *
Panguma Scholarship Update -The last six months have been devastating for Sierra Leone. Prior to the viral outbreak, the efforts of
many organizations, including the UMC Susquehanna Conference, were
finally beginning to make a difference. Our non-profit partner for
school scholarships, Operation Classroom, had some very difficult decisions to make
regarding the funds we had raised for the current school year. Details for this scenario can be viewed on the church website, using the Team Panguma icon, or by
logging in to http://teampanguma.org/about/team-2014-2/ . The good news is the
schools are now scheduled to re-open on March 1! The importance of your financial
support of the scholarship program cannot be overstated...thank you! Please join us
as we pray for the people and the crisis situation in Sierra Leone.
Family Promise—CHUM’s next opportunity to serve will be February 15-22. Signups can be done on line at the CHUM website (www.camphillumc.org). Call Chris
and Laura Durant (717-525-8501) for more information. Again, thank you. We look
forward to serving with everyone in 2015.
Occasional DRIVERS Needed for doctor's appointments, etc. We would like to
compile a resource list of folks who can help. Please contact Pastor Sharon
at [email protected] or 691-8241 indicating your availability. Thank you!
Bethesda Mobile Mission—Our next service opportunity for Bethesda Mobile Mission is Friday February 20. Our focus collection continues to be Men's and Ladies
socks and underwear. Men's : Medium, Large and Extra Large (both briefs and TShirts) and Ladies sizes 6 or 8. White Athletic socks are always best. All items can
be placed in the Bethesda Mission collection box located near the Missions Table. While there check out all of the service opportunities for Bethesda Mission and
many others. Questions, contact Chris Durant at 717-525-8501.
New Hope Ministries Needs Toilet paper, paper towels, hand & laundry soap,
shampoo, diapers 4-5-6, toothpaste, toothbrushes. Support the Walk For Hope,
April 19, 2015. Contact: Burton Lee, 766-4569.
Food Pantry Focus Items for this month are Boxed Mac & Cheese and Ramen
Noodles. We give over 1,000 boxes of Mac & Cheese and about 400 packages of
Ramen Noodles each month to 740 families (about 2,800 people) who need emergency food. CHUM’s support to the Ecumenical Food Pantry the past 40 years has
always been outstanding. Donation of any nonperishable food item is always welcome even if it is not the focus item. Thank you. Ernie & Martha Speck, 766-4922.
Helping Hands— Coffee, iced tea mix, hot chocolate mix, sugar, powdered creamer, forks, & napkins. Collection box at the Missions table. Thank you!
Check Out Youth Ministry ~ Anyone in grades 6-12 is welcome
The Bridge & 67 Grapple are cancelled today because most of our students
and leaders are away at ZETEO, winter retreat!
Tonight: Super Bowl Party at Doug & Rachel Beaver's home 6-9pm. 4162 Birchwood Lane, Mech. 17055. Near Lower Allen Community Park. Please bring a snack
or dessert to share!
College Cookie Mailing is Tuesday, February 3! It’s not too late to
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bring cookies. Bring them to the church kitchen by the morning of Februok g
ary 3 and come help with this fun project! Attention parents of college stuCo ilin
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dents, please get their name and address to the church office by Monday,
February 2. Email [email protected] or phone 737-5631 x222
Sunday Morning at CHUM
8:30 Pastors’ Prayer Warriors ~
Fireside
9:30 Celebration ~ Sanctuary
9:30 New Life ~ Wesley Center
9:30 Nursery SS ~ 116
9:30 2 yr-olds SS ~ 114
9:30 Preschool SS ~ 18
9:30 Kindergarten SS~ 20
9:30 1st Grade SS ~ 24
9:30 2nd Grade SS ~ 30
9:30 3rd Grade SS ~ 29
9:30 4th—5th Grade SS ~ 28
9:30 67 Grapple ~ 118/119
9:30 Youth “The Bridge” ~ 125
9:30 Footprints of God SS ~ 2
9:30 Coffee in the Kitchen ~ Fellowship Hall Kitchen
9:30 Pioneer Adult SS ~ 7
9:30 Fidelity Adult SS ~ 117
9:30 Challenger Adult SS ~ Fireside
10:30 Carriers of the Light ~ Jenny’s
office
11:00 Celebration ~ Sanctuary
11:00 New Life ~ Wesley Center
11:00 Pathfinders ~ Fireside Room
11:00 Infant - 3 yr-olds ~ 116
11:00 CFC ~ Fellowship Hall
Calendar for February 1 - February 8
Sunday 2/1/15
Monday 2/2/15
6:00 Upward BB Practice ~ Wesley
6:00 Upward Cheer Practice ~ 125
6:30 Celebration Ringers ~ Sanctuary
7:00 Band of Brothers ~ Fireside
7:00 Hannah Circle ~ Fellowship Hall
7:15 Chancel Bells ~ Sanctuary
Tuesday 2/3/15
6:00 Men’s Breakfast ~ Summit Rest.
6:00 Upward BB Practice ~ Wesley
6:00 Upward Cheer Practice ~ 125
Wednesday 2/4/15
4:15 Jr. Youth Bells ~ 119
Wednesday Connection
4:45—5:45 Dinner ~ Wesley
5:30 Youth Bells ~ 119
5:45 Laurel Towers Bible Study ~
off site
6:00 Kinder Connection ~ 19/20/21
6:00 Kids Connection ~ 18/23
6:00 Child Care ~ 105/106
6:00 Youth - The Pursuit ~ Catacombs
6:00 Confirmation ~ 28
6:00 A Disciple’s Path (Pastor Tom) ~
Fellowship Hall
6:30 A Disciple’s Path (Jessica Schneck)
~ 117
6:30 Angel & Alleluia Choirs ~ 118/119
6:30 Sanctuary Choir ~ Sanctuary
7:00 New Life Praise Team ~ Wesley
Thursday 2/5/15
6:00 Women’s Breakfast ~ John’s Diner
10:00 Bad Girls Bible Study ~ Fireside
1:00 Sheltering Arms ~ 117
2:30 Linden Terrace Bible Study
6:00 Upward BB Practice ~ Wesley
6:00 Upward Cheer Practice ~ 125
7:00 Trustees ~ 117
9:00 Wesley Volleyball ~ Wesley Center
Friday 2/6/15
6:30 Men’s AM Bible Study ~
Seltenheim’s
6:00 Upward BB Games ~ Wesley
Saturday 2/7/15
9:00 Upward BB Games ~ Wesley
Sunday 2/8/15
12:00 Shepherd’s Meeting ~ Prayer
Room
3:30 New Life Worship Team ~ 125
6:00 Rooted Youth Gathering ~ Wesley
CHUM Outdoors will meet on Sunday, February 8, following the late services in
the Fireside Room to plan the group’s schedule for 2015. This meeting is open to
all, and people are encouraged to bring ideas for activities. Lunch will be provided. To ensure enough food for all please RSVP to Debbie Haar at [email protected] or 717-737-1006.
Worship Band Opportunity! Interested in being in the Worship Band? Come
out on February 8th or March 1st from 3:30 - 5:30 to find out what it's like and
meet some of the team (and to enjoy some chili). See Andrew Brisbin for more
details or email him at [email protected]
Upcoming Adult Studies ~ See today’s insert or stop by the Adult Spiritual
Growth table in the Gathering Space to check out the spring offerings that begin
after Ash Wednesday. Sign up for a class and order materials while you’re there.
Take-them-a-Meal ~ If you or anyone you know needs to have a meal or meals
delivered (illness or other incapacitation, new baby, etc.), please let the CHUM
office know so we can connect you with our fellowship meals program.
CHUM Scrip—Remember, we’re here every Sunday. SCRIP works well for birthdays, Valentine’s Day, or your regular weekly groceries and for the big holidays.
On average CHUM receives 8.5% of the face value for each gift card sold with
proceeds funding summer camp scholarships. Stop by the CHUM SCRIP table (in
the upper lobby) to purchase these cards, or to place an order for any of the
100+ stores that are participating in our fundraising program.
CHUM Preschool is now accepting registrations for the 2015-2016 school year.
If you are interested in enrolling your 2-5 year old, please pick up a registration
form at the information centers throughout the church. Questions, please call
Georgia Reisinger at the preschool office at 737-0262.
1st Quarter 2015 Mission Projects—Updates as of 1/25
CACCC Childcare
$500
$248
(Church Affiliated Child Care Center) Scholarships - Multiple denominational / nonprofit / year-round organization serving local families of children aged 6 weeks to
16 years. CHUMC serves as one of their four locations.
Sierra Leone Initiative (Pastors Salaries)
$2500
$645
We are pleased to continue in our fifth year of partner support. Your gifts during
this quarter fund our annual commitment to salary support for Sierra Leone pastors.
Ecumenical Food Pantry
$1500
$454
The Ecumenical Food Pantry was established in 1972 to provide emergency food
for those in need and serves 2,500 people each month. Your gifts will help offset
the increased demand and higher cost of food.
Beacon Clinic, Hbg
$500
$98
The mission of Beacon Clinic is to share God’s love and witness by offering faith
based, free primary healthcare services to the underserved and under-insured
adult residents of uptown Harrisburg.
Upward Basketball games are Friday nights at 6:00 & 7:15. Saturday games begin at 9:00, the last one starts at 6:00. Our teams and
cheer squads would love to have you come out and encourage them!
February 6 & 7 are Upward Spirit Days, so if you attend, get ready to
show some Upward Spirit (Upward giveaways plus pom poms for the
fans)!
2015 Upward Concession Stand Volunteers Needed Friday nights and Saturday now til March for the 2015 Upward Basketball season. There is a link to VolunteerSpot on the CHUM website under Upward for sign-ups. (Note: VolunteerSpot
does not share your email address with anyone.) You can also contact Ellen Iorfido
at 620-3181 and she can sign you up manually. Thanks,!
Men’s Retreat registration deadline is March 8. Registration Forms along with
$20 are due that day. The Retreat is scheduled for Friday, through Sunday, March
20-22, at the Mt. Asbury Retreat Center in Newville, PA. Our 2015 speaker is Dr.
Larry R. Hygh, Jr., the Director of Communications for the California-Nevada Conference of The UMC. Financial aid is available for all of the lodging choices and for
commuters. See Pastor Jack Grove for more information.
February 11, Noon --CHUMC Senior Luncheon! All seniors (55+) are invited
for lunch and fellowship in the Wesley Center. John Maietta will present a program
on Classic Toys. You're invited to bring along an antique toy from your past! Please
register NO LATER than SUNDAY February 8 by contacting the church office (7375631 x222) or by emailing Pastor Sharon at [email protected] Thanks
for your prior registration which helps with table set-up and food preparation.
Summer Conference Camp brochure is now available on the camping web site.
www.susumcamps.org/camp-schedule. Online registration is available. CHUM will
once again pay half the fee (Thanks to SCRIP program - Please support it!) Most
fees jump $30 after April 1 so please register early and save us all some money.
Spring 2015 Walking with God (WWG) Class for prospective members begins
Sunday, March 1. It is open to everyone interested in CHUM membership and/or
becoming an active part of the life of the congregation. It does not commit a person
to CHUM membership. The WWG experience is for both clergy and laity, and includes those joining through profession of faith, reaffirmation of faith, or letter of
transfer. WWG has 8 one-hour classes, interchangeable between Sunday a.m. (11noon) and Wednesday p.m. (6-7:00). Classes are held downstairs in room 2 (below
the Sanctuary). Sunday classes: March 1, 8, 15, & 29; April 12, 19, & 26; & May
3. Wednesday classes: March 4, 11, & 18; April 8, 15, 22, & 29; & May 6. Enroll
by Sunday, February 22. Call Pastor Jack Grove at 691-4796; email with your
mailing address & phone number to [email protected]; or fill out an Enrollment Form at the WWG presentation board in the Gathering Area and return at the
Welcome Center or in the offering plate.
The Harrisburg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will present a
members’ recital in the CHUM sanctuary on Tuesday, February 10 at 7:00 PM. The
participants will each perform two stylistically differing settings of organ pieces
based on the same chorale, hymn tune or melody arranged by different composers
or arrangers from varying time periods. All are invited to come and hear our Moller/
Brunner-Buch organ as played by organists from the Harrisburg area.