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  • Home | Central Presbyterian Church

    CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More You are Welcome at Central A Bit of Background The year 2018 signified 150 years of making the Gospel of Jesus Christ central, serving the community a priority, and striving for the kind of change that brings the kingdom-come! We strive to be an intergenerational, diverse community that welcomes all people as Jesus did. We value worship that draws eyes toward God, community that inspires relationships, service that supports the neighborhood, and learning that draws us closer to Him. ​ We are honored to be a body of Christ's church and we are excited for what God has in store for the next 150 years! Sunday Mornings The 9am worship service is traditional in nature and takes place in our sanctuary (2nd floor). In this service, you will find a beautiful organ, a choir, and sometimes even a bell choir! The Tiffany stained-glass windows and decor make worship in this space visually stunning. Occasionally the dance team will participate in this service. Masks required. The 11am worship service is contemporary in nature and takes place in our Friendship Hall (1st floor). In this service, you will find a band leading contemporary christian music, gospel music, and contemporary hymns, as well as teams leading worship dance, worship drama, and more! This service also has a space set up for kids to participate in worship through quiet play - we call it the prayground . Masks required. Both services are important to the life of this church community! The Holy Spirit is present in the hearts of the people who gather together each Sunday to celebrate what God has done and is still doing. We invite you to try out both! Come as you are. ​ A playroom is available at both times for any parents who desire to take their children out of a worship service. ​ Sunday School classes, 10am: ADULTS: "Know Why You Believe What You Believe" Uniform lesson series exploring the Bible Meet on the 1st floor ​ CHILDREN (ages 3-5th grade): K-5 will travel together on the Rocky Railway Express Ages 3-5 will engage in age-appropriate lessons Meets on the 3rd floor ​ YOUTH: Youth (Grades 6-12) We will explore Biblical themes about Spiritual Practices, such as hospitality, living simply, Sacraments, thankfulness, and more. Meets in the basement classroom. LiveStream Join us on YouTube Live! Worship Outlines Your at-home bulletin Ministries & Outreach See what we do! Discipleship Choose a discipleship path! Upcoming Events, Directions & Parking, History, Staff, PC(USA) Connect! Donate Give here Sermons, Newsletters, Calendar Get inspired & informed! Diaper Depot Diaper Depot at CPC Contact us We'd love to hear from you! Instagram Find us on Instagram Twitter Find us on Twitter Find us on Facebook Social Media Out of gallery

  • Diaper Depot | Central Presbyterian Church

    CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More DIAPER DEPOT MISSION: THE DIAPER DEPOT AT CENTRAL PROVIDES DISPOSABLE DIAPERS FOR BABIES AND TODDLERS WHOSE FAMILIES ARE STRUGGLING TO MEET THIS VERY BASIC NEED. FAMILIES ARE SERVED REGARDLESS OF RACE, RELIGION OR ETHNICITY. SERVICES: Parents, grandparents, or legal guardians may register a child in need of diapers. Children may only be registered once. At the monthly event, families can receive 50 diapers or 15 training pants for one or two children. Also families may be given free-range eggs courtesy of Pete and Gerry’s in Greencastle and in-season produce from SCAAP’s Gleaning Project. ​ HOW CAN YOU HELP? VOLUNTEER: There are two opportunities each month. On Wednesday, before the distribution event, at 3 pm, volunteers sort and pack diapers for about 1 to 1.5 hours. On Saturday, set up begins at 9 am with distribution from 10 am until noon. Volunteers are needed until diapers are all stored at around 12:30 pm. DONATE: DD@C accepts donations of diapers and money. Organizations can conduct a diaper drive. STAFFING: The DD@C mission is run totally by volunteers from Central Presbyterian and interested community members. Students from the local high schools are regular volunteers and are greatly appreciated. A board of directors meets monthly to reevaluate the program. FINANCIAL SUPPORT: All diapers are manufactured in Pennsylvania and are purchased from McKesson Industries. The average monthly diaper budget is $1500 to $2500. Funds are obtained from grants including The Franklin County Community Foundation and The Greater Harrisburg Foundation Upstream Grant. The parent foundation for both grants is The Foundation for Enhancing Communities. Other funds are from many generous organizations and individuals. ​ FUTURE DATES: November 20, 2021 December 11,2021 January 15, 2022 February 19, 2022 March 19, 2022 April 9, 2022 May 21, 2022 June 11, 2022 ​ TO OBTAIN DIAPERS: On the correct day, come to Central Presbyterian Church’s parking lot off Black Avenue. Black Avenue is one block west of Memorial Square in downtown Chambersburg. Bring your ID and your child’s birth certificates. Complete a registration form. You will be issued a key tag which you will bring to future events. Go to our Facebook Page William James "Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does" Back to Ministries

  • Worship Outlines | Central Presbyterian

    Weekly Sunday Morning Orders of Worship We have the right to live-stream & worship with music & videos covered under CCLI (2727524) & OneLicense (Annual License w/Podcasting Renewal, Category D average weekly attendance 201 to 400. A-735810). Traditional Worship, 9am Contemporary Worship, 11am

  • Youth Ministry | Central Presbyterian Church

    THIS PAGE WILL BE UPDATED REGULARLY Please check back with us soon! Sunday School for 6th -12th grade youth starts September 12th, 10:00-10:50 AM, as part of Education for All, “basement” classroom. Your choice: either attend traditional worship at 9:00 before class, or go from class to contemporary worship at 11:00. Our teachers are Susan Bowerman, Ruling Elder Andrew Pozzuto, and Pastor Katy. Masks required. Youth Group for 6th to 12th grade youth meet once a month in the Friendship Hall at 5:30pm & once a month for a "new" experience. Next Youth Group: Sunday November 14th. Masks required. Confirmation Class Is God calling you to become a member of Central Presbyterian Church? Are you ready to ask hard questions and dive deep into your faith journey? Contact Pastor Katy about Confirmation Class possibilities! Masks required. Congregation Duties: Members of the congregation are needed to partner with Pastor Katy in building a sustainable ministry to and through the youth of CPC. Please hold youth, youth leaders, and youth ministry as a whole in your prayers during this season of transition. God is with us – it’s going to be a great year! ​ Pastor Katy Rev. Katy Yates Brungraber Part-Time Interim Youth Ministry Coordinator (best times to make contact: between 7 AM and 7 PM, Mon to Wed) Follow Us! (click on the logos) In this current season, we are not publicizing life groups, but hope to in the future! Youth Director Pastor Katy Rev. Katy Yates Brungraber Part-Time Interim Youth Ministry Coordinator (best times to make contact: between 7 AM and 7 PM, Mon to Wed) Follow Us! (click on the logos) See above for details on confirmation. Youth Director Pastor Katy Rev. Katy Yates Brungraber Part-Time Interim Youth Ministry Coordinator (best times to make contact: between 7 AM and 7 PM, Mon to Wed) Follow Us! (click on the logos) CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More "Don't let anyone despise your youth, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity." - 1 Timothy 4:12 Back to Ministries

  • Sermons, Newsletters, and Calendar | Central Presbyterian Church

    STAYING "IN THE KNOW" We are blessed with a wonderful pastor and a talented team who seek to inspire you and keep you up-to-date! SERMONS NEWSLETTERS CHURCH CALENDAR Click Here Click Here CLICK HERE CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More

  • Contemporary Worship Ministry | Central Presbyterian Church

    CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP MINISTRY PRAISE BAND We have a small group of musicians committed to using their gifts for serving the Lord! The band plays a variety of Christian music genres including contemporary christian rock, pop, folk, bluegrass, gospel, and more. Occasionally, we worship in spanish in order to celebrate God in representation of our whole neighborhood community! If you are interested in joining the band, contact Erin Adams! Back to Ministries DANCE TEAM Did you know??? The first recorded occurrence of worship dance is in Exodus 15:20 ~ "Then the prophet Miriam, Aaron’s sister, took a tambourine in her hand; and all the women went out after her with tambourines and with dancing." After this, the Bible mentions dance about 20 times! For the dance ministry team at Central, our goal is to celebrate what the Lord has done for us through the art of dancing. We strive to draw ourselves and others closer to God through our movements and by creating meaningful and selfless moments of pure worship and surrender to our Messiah. When you can no longer talk, sing. When you can no longer sing, dance. Dance team meets occasional Fridays at 5pm. All are welcome to join us! Back to Ministries TECH TEAM DRAMA TEAM Many plots, many characters, many themes, but one purpose: TO FURTHER GOD'S KINGDOM. The drama team at Central Presbyterian is committed to creating skits, presentations, and experiences that glorify the Lord. We have no interest in making ourselves look good, but instead, we desire to reveal Christ's faithfulness through different scenarios. Some of what we do is comical, some is very intense, but it is always authentic. Drama team meets occasional Fridays from 5-6pm & when additionally necessary for the service. Back to Ministries God is good in providing committed sound and slideshow technicians who help our contemporary worship service to function! If you are interested in being trained, contact Erin Adams. Back to Ministries CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More Back to Ministries "And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near." - Heb. 10:25

  • Children's Ministry | Central Presbyterian Church

    CPC First Service-First Service-0030_edi 38278077_2248790268495047_57427607509763 25507906_1906645612709516_74943236751988 CPC First Service-First Service-0030_edi CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More "HEARTBEAT CENTRAL" KIDS' MINISTRY An exciting place where we dig into God's Word and.... LEARN IT! LOVE IT! LIVE IT! Our Vision: Help kids to see and experience Christ’s love Encourage kids to personally know Christ as Savior and Lord Advance spiritual growth through worship, prayer and digging into God’s Word Recognize spiritual gifts Teach kids to use their gifts through serving others ​ SUNDAY SCHOOL Nursery (0-2 years) Our Nursery is available from 9:15am – 12:15pm each Sunday. Nursery age children learn of God’s love from our wonderful Nursery Staff and volunteers who care for them, play, read and sing songs together. ​ Preschool (ages 3 through pre-K) Preschool children are actively learning about Jesus through songs, games, play, crafts and tasty snacks. They are learning that God loves them very much and cares about everything in their lives. ​ Kindergarten through 5th Grade Our elementary kids dig into God’s Word and “LEARN IT! LOVE IT! LIVE IT!” Children have a great time exploring the Bible, praying for each other, singing lively songs, playing exciting games, doing science experiments, creating art, and making and eating tasty snacks. They are learning that the Bible has answers to problems kids face in daily life. They are also learning about the character of God and learning that HE is completely trustworthy; that HE loves them completely and has a plan for each of their lives. They are learning that JESUS wants to be their Savior and Lord and that a personal relationship with HIM is the BEST! He truly is our BFF! ​ Children helping Children! ​Our Mission = supporting Navajo children in New Mexico Sunday School Mission offering is going to help the children at Navajo Ministries in Farmington, New Mexico. We are helping to support a young Navajo boy who lives at one of the Children’s Homes on the Mission. This is a great way for our children to share the blessings they have with Navajo children in our own country who are in great need. Check out the Ministry web site at Go to our Facebook Page Kids' Year With the Bible Plan Parent Newsletter "Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight." - Prov. 3:5-6 Back to Ministries

  • Traditional Music Ministry | Central Presbyterian Church

    TRADITIONAL MUSIC MINISTRY Go to our Facebook Page CHANCEL CHOIR 6-7:15pm Thursdays The Chancel Choir leads music at the 9:00 service with hymns, anthems, and more! Adults and high school students, this is a great opportunity to find your voice and raise it up to God! Special music is offered at Christmas, Easter, Music appreciation, and more as the spirit leads! Men's and Women's chorus opportunities throughout the year. BELL CHOIR 12-1:15pm Two Sundays per month The Bell Choir is a wonderful opportunity for hands on learning for adults and high school students. Music notation literacy is not necessary, though we will teach you the basics if you join! Ring your heart out with us on Thursdays, Sundays, Christmas, Easter, Music Appreciation, and more as the spirit leads! CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More "Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD; let us shout aloud to the Rock of our salvation." - Psalm 95:1 Back to Ministries

  • Stephen Ministry | Central Presbyterian Church

    STEPHEN MINISTRY ​Life is marked by losses and changes; some traumatic, some subtle, all significant. ​ “But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” - Isaiah 40:31 This is a very meaningful, hope-filled scripture that we often use to encourage one another, and count on ourselves. And yet, when we are in the throes of a very difficult time in our life, it may seem that we will never again be able to renew our strength and soar on wings like eagles. That’s one reason why a faithful, caring listener who will walk alongside us for the duration of our most difficult season can make such a difference. With the help of a trained Stephen Minister, we can have the freedom to recognize and acknowledge our deepest hurts, ask difficult questions for which God alone has the answers, give ourselves permission to fully grieve a loss, be reminded of God’s promises for us and how much He loves us, receive His healing love, find the strength to face and accept the “new normal” in our lives, and truly come through our time of suffering into a place of renewed strength. Caring Stephen Ministers commit to meet and talk with someone regularly; usually once a week. Added to their caring nature, they receive training that enables them to bring Christ into the healing process and are able to discuss topics that are often too uncomfortable for friends or family members. A confidential relationship with a Stephen Minister provides non-judgmental listening, steadfast encouragement, and consistent prayer support. Central’s trained Stephen Ministers include: Dave and Linda Bender, Kathi Bietsch, Brenda Black, Dave Bowers, Dot Buchwalter, Bill Daniels, Jean Diehl, Jenine Grove, Cindy Happel, Ron Igou, Deb Mummert, Susan Snyder, and Kari Wiley. Some of our Stephen Ministers walk with someone in a specific caring relationship over an extended period of time; others use their caring skills in different ministries here at church or various short-term relationships as a need arises. You may feel that a need is too small to inquire about a Stephen Minister, but that is simply not true. We welcome questions about, and referrals to, this “behind the scenes” ministry. Any of our Stephen Ministers will be happy to further explain how a caring relationship works. Due to confidentiality when requesting a Stephen Minister for yourself or to make a referral, we ask you to contact Stephen Leader Trena Oyler, Cindy Happel, or Pastor Scott. ​ Stay tuned for upcoming trainings! Back to Ministries CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More "Bear one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the law of Christ." (Galatians 6:2, NRSV) Back to Ministries

  • PlaySchool Central | Central Presbyterian Church

    PLAYSCHOOL CENTRAL (formerly MDO) Please visit our new website! CPC Home Discipleship Connection Page Sermons & Newletters Ministries Search our Site More Back to Ministries