Living With Faith in a Time of Uncertainty

During this time, while we are unable to GATHER TOGETHER, we will meet you WHERE YOU ARE, to help connect FAITH to LIFE in these uneasy times.

Worship With Us!

Join us online every Sunday morning at 9:30 am for a LIVE worship service. Worship will include special music, readings, prayers, gospel lesson, sermon, and a children’s message. Did you miss us, no problem, click here to catch up anytime you want!

Are you having trouble connecting to our online worship, or any online content? Please leave a message on the office voicemail at 717-737-8635 and we will make sure someone calls you back to help!

Connect With Us!

We want to stay connected with you during this time of “social distancing.” Make sure you follow us on Facebook, where the pastors will check in daily. We’ll also post upcoming events, host online discussions, and offer virtual learning opportunities. You will also find inspirational messages on our  Instagram and Twitter accounts. Find videos including FaithX music, Live Worship, and more on our YouTube channelNot on Facebook? Click here to see some of the videos that are being shared on our Facebook page.

Support Our Ministries

While our doors may be physically closed right now, our ministries are not shutting down. We’ll continue to minister to our congregation, community, and world during this time of trial. Our employees will work remotely, and our building must still be maintained. It is important that we continue to support Trinity with our offerings/contributions. Please mail them to the church office or visit the donate page.

Let Us Support You

How are you feeling? We have no doubt that each of you is feeling something a bit different during this time. These are not normal circumstances that we are living in. We pray that each of you is feeling God’s presence during this time.  If you would like to speak to a Pastor, please call the church office at 717-737-8635 and press 1 to leave a message. Someone will call you as soon as possible. You may also click here to submit a prayer request.

Dig into the Word

Carve out some time to reflect on scripture with the weekly sermon.
Connect with our Facebook page to find devotions, prayers, and messages from our pastors and staff.

Faith Connect Kids!

Our Faith Connect Kids! year has wrapped up. But, you can still check out any of Miss Amy’s Faith Connect Kids Lessons on our YouTube channel.  Stay tuned as we will be bringing you some special VBS fun in July.

A Message from Peter Fox 

What does it mean to serve and care for others? We are only given a limited amount of time on this Earth, how can we make sure we are using our time to serve others? Listen to this message from Youth Director, Peter Fox, as he looks at what the Bible says about Service.

New sermon series and Bible study

How are the acts of the Apostles relevant today? Learn about and register for this whole-congregation study of Acts! It’s tied to our sermon series starting June 14. Videos by pastors, reading plan, multiple options for small group Zoom classes, more.

Become Your Best US
“Self-Service” Online Marriage Series

Every marriage is unique—no two are the same. But no matter how unique and how different one marriage might be from another, the thing that puts everyone on the same page is this: We all want a great marriage. All of us want our unique marriage to be great. But how do we make that happen? Check out our new online marriage series that helps you to discover practical ways to me every US better! There are no classes to attend, no discussions with anyone other than your spouse! All materials you need to complete this series are available online and can be done in your own time.

Gospel Chat
Tuesdays at 7 pm via Zoom

This lively discussion group, led by Linda Horner, is focused on seeing the Gospel at work in an ever-changing world. Each week members will meet via Zoom and talk about how they can apply the weekly Gospel to their everyday lives! This group will be following the One Congregation, One Book series through the months of June and July. If you are interested in joining us, please click here to register. Once you register we will send you the Zoom Meeting information.

Points to Ponder Discussion
Wednesday Evenings, 7 pm
Facebook Live

Don’t just listen to the sermon – ponder how you can live it! Each Wednesday evening, at 7 pm, a pastor will be live on Facebook to discuss the “Sermon Points to Ponder” for the week. Join us this week, April 15, as Pastor Horner will be discussing his Easter Sermon “What’s the big deal?”


Trinity is pleased to offer this Christ-centered, video-based ministry designed to support those walking this difficult journey. The Spring/Summer 2020 session is being held via Zoom. This is a 13 week session but join anytime, or tell a friend. Click here for all of the details.

Sink into a comfy chair – Read, Pray, Meditate

Carve just 5 minutes out of your day to listen intentionally for God. Read your bible, sit in silence, pray.
These are just some of our favorite resources.

The Daily Examen, in Six Simple Steps

This wonderful resource from our Roman Catholic friends will walk you through a practice called the Examen – an instrospective prayer done at the end of each day. Click here to download.

Children’s Activity Sheets

Children’s Worship Bulletins have put together some activity sheets and coloring pages for your little ones to do at home. Click here to download activities.

Caring For Our Loved Ones

This is a challenging time for folks of all ages, but can be especially confusing for children and youth.  Here are some resources to help you and your entire family during this time.

Parent Cue – Helping parents do family better

We LOVE the Parent Cue App. It provides timely tips and weekly advice to match the differing phases of your children. Download now in the App Store or on Google Play. Be sure to select Trinity Lutheran Camp Hill as your congregation!

The Big Rocks

One of the most sobering truths about parenting is that you are teaching your children something, whether you are being intentional or not. Sure, you may not teach your children everything they need to know about Calculus or Biology. But your children are learning things from you as a parent that they will carry with them for the rest of their life. (Read More…)

Be Okay With Saying “I Don’t Know”

As parents, we all know how much kids love to ask questions, many of which start with the word, “Why.” These questions may start out simple: Why is the sky blue?” or “Why can’t I have another piece of cake?” But when it comes to developing a child’s faith, soon enough, these questions will progress to something more challenging. Questions like . . . “Why do bad things happen?” or “Why does it feel like God doesn’t care?”(Read More…)

How the Pandemic Has Been Good For Parenting

Parents Just Want to Keep Kids Safe If you have ever read any kind of parenting blog, book or resource, you are probably familiar with the term “helicopter parent.” It’s the parenting style that thrives on hovering over the children, paying attention to any sense of discomfort, unhappiness, emotional distress and then taking care of it. In recent years, a new kind of parenting emerged (even more intrusive than helicopter parenting, if you can imagine). They call it “lawnmower parenting.”(Read More…)

Still looking for more resources?

Being a parent can be exciting, joyful, frustrating, and downright complicated. We want you to know that you are not alone in this parenting journey. Trinity is here for you, every step of the way. On our Parents page you will find resources to help you and your entire family in your daily lives.