No one has more potential to influence your child than you.

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 this page you will find resources to help you and your entire family in your daily lives.

Oh…Now I Get It!

A note from Kelly Falck, Director of Faith Formation, wife, and mother of 3.

I remember being a naive newlywed thinking, “Oh how I long for a baby.” After a few years of trying, a baby was finally on the way and soon I was flooded with advice from loving family, friends, and even the ladies in the grocery store. I listened politely, nodded a lot, and thought to myself, “You’re nice, but I’ve got this…no worries, no fear… I’m going to knock this parenthood thing out of the park.” (Read More…)

Parent Cue

Helping Parents do Family Better

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!

6 Strategies for Parenting during the COVID-19 Crisis

Thanks to the recent spread of the Coronavirus, we’re spending an unprecedented amount of time indoors, with no foreseeable end in sight. If you’re worried that you’ve already found the end of the internet in an effort to entertain your restless family, we’re here to help! We’re all navigating really strange and chaotic times.

Schools have closed and parents are faced with working from home while trying to assist their kids in completing assignments on unfamiliar digital platforms and in subjects that are outside of their comfort zone. Thousands of parents are also facing employment uncertainty or job loss as the economy continues to shift downward.

These abrupt changes can feel frightening to adults, and destabilizing to children. During troubling times, such as the current COVID-19 pandemic, fear and anxiety are often amplified. (Read More…)

To the Parents of the Class of 2020

To all my fellow parents who have a senior in high school, I feel your disappointment.

I feel your frustration. I feel your sadness. I feel your shock. I feel the desperation to find the right words. I feel the struggle to encourage while feeling so discouraged. I feel all of it. And it’s hard.(Read More…)

Top 50 Books For Kids and Teens to Read While Stuck Inside

Thanks to the recent spread of the Coronavirus, we’re spending an unprecedented amount of time indoors, with no foreseeable end in sight. If you’re worried that you’ve already found the end of the internet in an effort to entertain your restless family, we’re here to help! (Read More…)

6 Homeschooling Tips for Amateurs

We’re living in wild times, friends! For most of us, that means we’re having to postpone regularly-scheduled life until further notice. It also means that many parents will be responsible for overseeing their kids’ online learning for the foreseeable future.

If you’ve ever tried to help your kid with their homework, you may be legitimately terrified by the idea of days on end of at-home schooling. But here’s the deal—you can do it. You really can! And maybe, just maybe, you can enjoy some of it, too. (Read More…)

Managing Fear and Anxiety During a Health Pandemic

If you’re struggling with how to manage your family’s increasing anxiety about the current public health crisis, you’re not alone. As information about Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to unfold, many families are experiencing a wide range of thoughts, feelings, and reactions. (Read More…)

It’s Just a Phase

So, don't miss it!

There are approximately 936 weeks from when a child is born until they graduate high school. That could seem like a lot, or it could seem like a very short countdown leading to a panic or depression. But, what if, in realizing our limited time, we lean in together, family and church, intentionally and covenantally, to make the most of it.

Don’t Miss It: Parent Every Week Like It Counts

Limited copies of Reggie Joiner’s book “Don’t Miss It: Parent Every Week Like It Counts” are available at Trinity for $5. ​Please contact Kelly Falck for information. You may also purchase your own copy of the book HERE.

“If you are a parent, don’t miss reading this book. It will change how you see the potential of your kids forever. It could also change how you parent this week.”–Jon Acuff, New York Times bestselling author

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