News and Events
Horner, Trinity's new Lead Pastor, will begin his
ministry at Trinity on June 16.
It is with much joy and praise that we thank God for
calling Pastor Horner to Trinity and we look forward
to our ministry and life together.
May 19, 2013 at 4PM
Trinity Lutheran Church
2000 Chestnut St.
Camp Hill PA 17011
Ashu on YouTube:
Concert saxophonist Ashu, age 26, has continually defied
conventions winning major international and national competitions
traditionally won by pianists and violinists. He has performed
throughout the world as recitalist and concerto soloist and has
begun to bring the concert saxophone to a broader audience. Ashu
made his recital debut at Carnegie Hall's Weill Hall in New York
and, at age 16, made his concerto debut at DAR Constitution Hall in
Washington, D.C. Since then, performances have taken him throughout
the USA and Europe, including such locations as Norway, Switzerland,
Germany, Austria, France, Portugal, and the West Indies.
the dates Ė July 22-26 Ė for Vacation Bible School
2013! Lots of volunteers of all ages are needed
to make a successful experience for our children.
Contact Amy Koch (737-9921, ext. 229,
about volunteering. The official volunteer and
registration board will be up soon.
Us for Worship
Thursday: 6:30 PM
Saturday: 5:30 PM
8:30, 10:45 & 11:00 AM
3rd Sunday: 3:30 PM,
Service of Healing
Holy Communion is celebrated
at all of the above services.
Meet our Pastors
Learn more about
what we as Christians
who worship and
express our faith
through the Lutheran
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9:00AM - 4:00PM
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2000 Chestnut St.
Camp Hill, PA 17011-5409
Disciples in the Making,
Called by the Holy Spirit to be
Christís Disciples, we seek to equip
ourselves and others to live like Christ, and to be sent into
world proclaiming and living the Good News as daily witnesses
of Godís transforming love.
While remaining true to our Reformation heritage that
forgiveness and salvation are gifts
us through Godís grace alone, and all good works are our
thankful response to that
through the power of the Holy Spirit dwelling in us, we uphold
the following as
accomplish our mission:
We will provide inspiring worship services,
offering a variety of opportunities to
experience Godís grace through Word and Sacrament.
We will develop loving relationships with our
sisters and brothers in this church family,
as well as within our own families, and will practice genuine
hospitality to those who
differ from us.
We will create small groups where a sense of
belonging in community is nurtured
through fellowship, and where spiritual growth occurs through
Bible study, faith
conversation, and prayer.
We will establish a gift-based ministry that
helps individuals identify, develop, and
share their spiritual gifts and talents.
We will implement a need-oriented evangelism and
social ministry that is both
concerned withóand uses our resources to meetóthe physical,
spiritual needs of our local and global neighbors.
We will foster an atmosphere of passionate
spirituality that encourages each of us to
live out our faith with commitment, fire, and enthusiasm.
We will use a leadership model that empowers,
supports, motivates, and mentors
individuals to be all God wants them to be.
We will build effective structures, adapting to
changing needs and new ideas as we
continually discern Godís will for us in this place.
We will commit ourselves to practice stewardship
of the earth, time, talent, and
We will work for justice and peace in our
community and in our world.