Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
2000 Chestnut Street, Camp Hill, PA  17011-5409
Phone:  717.737.8635   Fax:  717.730.9297

Our Guests
YG  (Youth Group)

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updated on:
June 09, 2014


Learning Opportunities        

2014 Affirmation of Baptism (Confirmation) Class photo is available on-line.  Photo page

Children and Youth Sunday Morning
Learning Opportunities

9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Toddlers & Twos (Nursery Room 225)

Time to play, time to snack, and time to learn about God’s love for us!  Infants and toddlers are welcome in this loving classroom where a little bit of learning goes a long way.

Faithweaver NOW

This exciting curriculum brings bible lessons and characters to life with songs, games, and activities.  Each week kids and their parents study the same bible points, each on their own level.  Take home activities carry the message throughout the week.

Preschoolers 3s. 4s. and 5s  (Room 221)

Coloring, crafts, and time to relax are combined with bible learning.  You can decide when your kiddo is ready to join and leave this classroom.  
Eager 2 ½ year olds through those entering Kindergarten the next year are welcome.

Kindergarten & Grade 1 (Room 122)
Join the “big kids” in the Lower Level Education Wing.  Eager kiddos who just miss the school year deadline are welcome to join this group at the parent’s discretion.

Grades 2 & 3 (Room 121)

Fun, laughter, and learning too!  Join this spunky group of 2nd and 3rd graders to find out all the cool stuff God wants us to know!

Grades 4 & 5 (Room 125)

Too cool for school?  Not this crowd!  Celebrate the fun of being one of God’s special creatures – a TWEENAGER! 

FaithWeaver NOW Parents   Room 124

Join fellow parents of Trinity for a weekly sojourn into bible stories and characters that can equip us to be better role models of faith to our children. 

This class is awesome! Join us for radical activities, fun discussions, and interactive videos. This class is taught by 3 great teachers and is full of friends, faith, fun and fellowship. Be there for all of the good times. This class rocks! It’s A blast! C U there!!!

SR. HIGH SUNDAY SCHOOL – Grades 9 through 12 in the YG ROOM (ROOM 236)
This class is awesome! Come out every Sunday for a powerful curriculum relating to current events and things in the news. Each Sunday features a frank, active and deep discussion about an event making headlines in the news. So each week is brand new! This class is taught by 5 great teachers and is full of faith, fun, and fellowship. Stop on out and see what it’s all about. Some breakfast goodies are always provided! C U there!!!

Affirmation of Baptism – Students in Grade 8 with their adult mentor
Fulfilling the vows made for them at baptism, young people in Grade 8 (and above) gather each week to learn about the sacraments, scripture, and how faith plays an important part of our everyday lives.

Adult Sunday Morning Learning Opportunities

9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

The Bush Class:  Room 228-230
Augsburg Bible Study is a mixed class of women and men, who meet to discuss biblical histories written by an array of theologians.  It provides 21st Century insight through questions, discussion, prayer and suggested daily readings.  All are welcome anytime!

Rejoice!: Room 239
The Rejoice Class is an intergenerational group of men and women committed to supporting each other through prayer and sharing and the study of the various materials we use.  We thoroughly review and discuss traditional and contemporary study materials as well as current topics and situations that present themselves in our daily lives.  We meet year-round and new members are always welcome.

Followers of Jesus:  Room 227-229
How can we be effective Christians in a modern world?  Topics for 2013-2014 will include
Fruit of the Spirit and prayer.  This class often attends the “Weekly Specials” as a group, and can sometimes be found in Room 126.  Ryan Hannigan, facilitator

FaithWeaver NOW Parents:   Room 124
In these busy, hectic days we take our kids to sports, music, and other activities to give them the best opportunities for success.   But what if we are missing the chance to teach them what matters most?  Join fellow parents of Trinity for a weekly sojourn into bible stories and characters that can equip us to be better role models of faith to our children.  Families will have a common touch point each week as kids in the preK – 5 classes study the same stories, each in age-appropriate ways.

New Member Orientation:   Library
New Member Orientation classes are held two times each year - starting in September and February.  The classes are designed to give the participants an understanding of Trinity and its ministries, to gain a deeper understanding of the Lutheran expression of our Christian faith, to get to know the pastors and the other members of the program staff and to meet other people who share their interest in Trinity.  Meet for informal discussion at 9:15.  The classes start at 9:30.

Weekly Specials
Each month we offer a variety of one-time classes.  Visit one of these classes if the subject appeals to you, or make them part of your regular Sunday Morning routine!  All classes take place in Room 237.  Look for the specific topics on the News & Events page. 

1st Sunday of the Month:

Religion and Life Discussion Class: Room 237

The group meets on the first Sunday of the month throughout the Fall and Spring.  Various facilitators or guest speakers take turns leading the class.  The class consists of open dialogue with topics of interest and concern as chosen by the pastor.  Watch for the specific topics and schedule on the News & Events page of the website.

2nd Sunday of the Month:

Women of Trinity Sarah Circle:  Room 237

3rd Sunday of the Month:

Trinity's Book Discussion Group: Room 237

4th Sunday of the Month:

The Lutheran Adult Forum: Room 237

Articles from The Lutheran serve as a basis for a discussion learning opportunity, "The Lutheran Adult Forum," on the fourth Sunday of each month. Topics will vary each month.  Watch for the specific topics each month on the News & Events page of the website.

5th Sunday of the Month:

Special Programs:  Room 237

Watch for the specific topics on the News & Events page of the website.

Pastor's Bible Study with Pastor Horner

Thursday morning Bible study, 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. - Fellowship Hall
Thursday evening Bible study, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. - Room 237
(The Thursday evening Bible study is a repeat of the Thursday morning Bible study.)

Women's Bible Study

Meets on Wednesday mornings in the Autumn and Winter.  The sessions run from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Babysitting is available.  For questions, contact Bert Weaver (697-3259) or Judy Trissler (795-5919). 


Men's Bible Study

Meets on two Tuesday mornings each month from September through May from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. at Brothers Diner off Route 15 south in Mechanicsburg. 

All that is required to attend these sessions is a hearty appetite, a desire for good fellowship, and a love of Bible study. Except for December and May, the group meets twice a month, usually on the second and fourth Tuesdays. All men are welcome to join us for another exciting year of study and fellowship. Invite someone to come with you!

Though God reveals some truths about himself through his created order, he reveals much, much more about himself through his actions in human history. As we study God's involvement in the life of His people, we understand and recognize more about his involvement in our history today. For God's past actions throw light on his present actions.  This is the motivation behind our study of God's Word in our Tuesday Morning Mens' Bible Study.  Together as we nourish our bodies with breakfast and prepare ourselves physically to face the day and week ahead, we also spiritually prepare ourselves for living our lives as God’s children in our world.


Men's Small Group

The men's small group meets at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday evenings in the church library and lasts for one hour. 

If you have questions, please contact George Enney at

Men's Breakfast Gathering

The Men's Breakfast Gathering generally meets on the first Saturday of each month (except for New Years, July 4th and Labor Day) in the home of one of the men.  The meeting starts with breakfast at 8 a.m. followed by a Bible study or an open discussion about a current topic of interest chosen by the man hosting the gathering.  The gatherings end at 9:30.  This is a great, informal way to have fellowship with other Christian men.

Sup and Study - a time for community at Trinity

Sup and Study happens seasonally on Wednesday evenings.  Each evening starts with a celebration of bounty with a meal, and are followed by unique class offerings.  Arrive in the Gathering Space at 5:30 p.m. for the meal.  The class offerings are over by 7:30 p.m. Sup and Study is for all church family and friends. 

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