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Rev. Scott Bowerman Pastor Rev. Dr. Raymond K. Anderson Parish Associate Sandy Wilson Childrens Ministry Director Erin Regan Contemporary Worship & Youth Minister

Central Presbyterian Church 40 Lincoln Way West Chambersburg, PA 17201 Church Phone: 717.264.4113 Fax: 717.264.9272 Office Hours: 8:00am4:00pm email:

Helen Wingert
Danielle Kardisco

Director of Music Ministry

Roberta Lawyer Ron George

Secretary Custodian

T h e Pa s t o r s N o t e s
By the time you receive this newsletter, school will have started and Fall will almost be here. And I begin the home stretch of my first year serving as your pastor. Susan and I love being at Central and living in Franklin County, and heres some of the highlights of whats coming up in the next few months: On Sunday, Sept. 29 well celebrate Centrals 145 anniversary with one service at 10 AM followed by a luncheon. This date will also mark the beginning of our stewardship campaign, Preserving the Past, Preparing for Our Future. The Stewardship Committee, chaired by Tom & Jean Diehl, is developing a program that will look back at Centrals long and rich history, and look forward with hope to the future God has prepared for us. For this campaign we will ask both for pledges for the 2014 Operating Budget, and for pledges for a small capital campaign that will allow us to make improvements to prepare for what God has in store for us, as well as participate in local and international mission. Beginning Wednesday, October 2nd well launch a book club that will hopefully form into a group that meets regularly. Ron Snyder and I will lead the group, and we will read and discuss the book Plain Secrets, written by a man who got to know in depth an Amish community in Ohio. Its a fascinating read. This years CROP Walk will begin at Central at 1 PM, Sunday October 20th . The CROP Walk raises money for hunger relief, and Central has the opportunity not only to be the starting point for the event, but participate as well. Plans are underway to serve a light luncheon after the 2nd service on Oct. 20th for church folk who will join the walk. The annual Pork & Sauerkraut Dinner will be held on November 1. Never having experienced one, I am looking forward to this event that draws so many from our community. Plans are already underway to make this years dinner a roaring success, and if youd like to help with cooking, setting up, serving, greeting or another of the many tasks, please contact Bertie in the church office, 717264-4113. Believe it or not, the staff and Session are deep into planning the Advent & Christmas season, but Ill save that for a future newsletter! In the meantime, I look forward to seeing you in church as we worship and serve the Lord Jesus Christ.

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Church Family
Thank you....
Dear Central, A special thanks for the altar flowers from the Semper Fidelus Brotherhood Class and the goodness of Susan Snyder for delivering them. They were so beautiful and I really enjoyed them a lot. Yours in Christian Love, Ellen M. Bush

5th Sunday Lunch September 29th

Sunday September 29 will be our next 5th Sunday service, providing the opportunity to worship together as one body. This will be a particularly special service since we will be celebrating the 145th Anniversary of Central. Following the service, we will eat lunch together and, this time, the church will provide the food. The menu includes meat loaf, ham loaf, scalloped potatoes, tossed salad, rolls, dessert, and drinks. Pastor Scott will also introduce the One-Fund Capital Campaign. Reservation slips for the lunch will be available in the office. Everyone is encouraged to attend and celebrate our anniversary.

We want to thank Pastor Scott for his visits, prayers, and concern as well as members and friends of Central for the many cards, emails, encouraging wishes, and most of all for your love and continued prayers for John and me. It has been difficult as he had gone through all the testing etc. to hopefully have qualified for a heart valve replacement, then to have learned at the last minute his heart pumping function was/is too weak to have the TAVI procedure to replace his aortic heart valve. We do not know what the next step will be. He has to wait until his cellulitis heals for the doctors to advise us. God has closed one door and we hope and pray he will open another one for us. Please keep praying for us to be guided in the right direction. With love and gratitude, John and Helen Wingert

History Team
Next Meeting Tuesday 3 Sept. 2013 7:00pm

Income Congregational Giving Bank & Trust Income Other Income Total Income Total Expenses Budget $404,500.00 $ 60,000.00 ___________ $464,500.00 $527,349.95 Actual as of August 19, 2013 $254,664.32 $ 62,467.93 $ 3,151.02 $320,283.27 $322,541.69


It will soon be time to Nominate Officers for the Church Boards for the next cycle. Please PRAY about who will be a worker for Christ to serve, share, lead and grow their Faith. We need men and women of faith to Serve the Lord! There will be an insert in your Sunday Bulletins sometime in the future. Thomas E. Diehl, Chairman of the Nominating Committee

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The Gems of Central

Luther Ridge-264-5700
2735 Luther Dr., Chbg. 17202 The Cottage Beverly Winther

Centrals Special Concerns

Genevieve Ambrose Newt Stake 66 Sanibel Lane, Chbg. 17201 Raymond & Gunlog Anderson 119 Mt Union Rd, Fayetteville, PA 17222 Isabelle Allen Jay Keefer 311 Cumberland Ave, Chbg. 17201 Alma Bender Beverly Winther 1120 Lincoln Way E, Chbg. 17201 Mildred Brown 611 Wallace Ave, Chbg 17201 June Fiddler Susan Snyder 2650 St.Paul Rd, Chbg. 17201 Stanley & Esther Johnson Laurie McKelvie 56 Sanibel Ln, Chbg 17201 Alva Kline Beverly Winther 49 Lincoln Way W, Chbg. 17201 Nancy MacFarlane 668A Cumberland Ave, Chbg. 17201 Nancy Reichenbach 2242 Scotland Rd, Chbg. 17201 Glenn & Betty Shaffer Dale Hastings 722 Stanley Ave, Chbg 17201 John Shoap Dave Bender 131 Brumbaugh Ave, Chbg. 17201 Isabel Vanderau Eric Mellott 806 N. Penn Hall Dr, Chbg. 17201 Ruth Weaver Tawnya Secor 1060 Wallace Ave, Chbg. 17201 Dorothy Zullinger Sandy Myers 155 Colonial Dr, Chbg. 17202

-Ellen Bush, 2724 Esther Cr. **(NM)

Menno Haven-263-8545
2075 Scotland Ave. Nursing Center Dale Hastings James Kearns Sandy Myers Jay Keefer Jay Keefer

-M. Karolyn Lawrence #412 -Dr. Robert Coy, #217 -Libby Reasner, #303

-Marcia Grubbs #304

Walden Place

-Lawrence Mohr #21 *(NF)


-Dorothy Burkholder, #1206 **(NM)

Village Square

-Robert Zullinger #136 ***(NV) -John Bowerman #209

Menno Village

Dale Hastings Laurie McKelvie

-LaVerne Knarr #610D -Beverly Minnich #740A

Penn Hall-261-0220
1425 Phila. Ave. Manor Building Beverlie Wissner Tawnya Secor Beverly Winther Beverlie Wissner Mike Herbert Susan Snyder

-Selma Thomson #121 -Gennie Boozer #206 -Frances Farmer #324 -Mary Fish, #221 -Elton Simpson #417 -Margaret Sponsler, #229 -Dorothy Buchwalter, #228

Providence Place-709-0668
2085 Wayne Rd.

- Bob Zeis #317

Tawnya Secor

Quincy Skilled Nursing Care-749-3151

6596 Orphanage Rd., Waynesboro 17268 Nursing Center

If you know of any changes or updates, please contact the church office, 264-4113. Deacons name is now listed with those he or she visits. Phone numbers and birth dates have been removed from this page. If you wish to contact, (by phone), a member of the Gems of Central, please contact the church office at 264-4113.
Grafton County Nursing Home Florence Steil, Room 413A 3855 Dartmouth College Hwy N. Haverhill, NH 03774

-Carolyn Kreutz #229

Shook Home-264-6815
55 S. Second St. Quarters

West Virginia Member Beverly Wissner Treva Kerns 601 Foxcroft Ave, Apt #1 Martinsburg, WV 25401

* (NF) = No Flowers please ** (NM) = Non-member *** (NV) = No Visits please Newt Stake

-Joan Depuy #3062

Updated: September 2013


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Here we are-school is in session, football is back, and fall is upon us. I am so excited for our new year of music. Take note of all the start dates and times and we hope to see some new faces and hear new voices! We are celebrating our 145th Anniversary on September 29th at 10am and want to have a big choir! So if you have sung, do sing, or have wanted to sing with the Adult Chancel Choir, now's the chance! Commit to ONLY 4 Thursdays in September starting on September 5th at 7:30pm in the New Life Center. Adult Bells will begin rehearsals on Thursday September 5th at 6:30pm in the Sanctuary. Anyone 10th grade and older who can read music is welcome! JAM Choir, Mustard Seeds, and Jubilee Ringers will begin rehearsals on Wednesday September 11th. Mustard Seeds (K-5th grade).5-5:30pm JAM Choir (K-5th grade).5:30-6:15pm Jubilee Ringers (4th-9th grade).6:30-7:15pm Thank you to everyone who has offered their gifts of music this summer in special music: Carolee Rook, Tom Diehl, Doug Vanderau, Mara Leary, Shannon Leary, Valerie Merriman, Mindy Hartman, Jenine Grove, Trena Oyler, Pat McNamee, Sylvia Troust, Jane Harris, Sarah Finley, Jim Sharp, Erin Regan, and Gail Shearer. We, as a congregation, are so blessed by your gifts and appreciate you.
Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve, others, faithfully administering Gods grace in its various forms. 1 Peter 4:10


Begins Monday, September 16th-October 21st, 7-8:30pm at the Wholeness Center located on the square at 19 South Main Street downtown Chambersburg. Session Cost is $10. For more information or to register, email Cindy Shoemaker at or by calling Central Presbyterian Church 717-264-4113.

Life Skills Workshops

Led by Michael Flood Central Presbyterian Church, 40 Lincoln Way West, (please use the churchs back entrance) Tuesday evenings, September 17-October 22 at 7:00pm, cost $15 Who would benefit from a Life Skills Workshop? Anyone who has attended the six week Separation & Divorce Recovery Support Group or by special permission. Call Mike at 717-267-4357 or email

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Ministry Duties for the Month of SEPTEMBER

Remember in Prayers: Norma Dankelmann Robert & Lois Daugherty Joan Depuy Mike Diehl Tom & Jean Diehl Ushers
1st 8th 15th 22nd 29th 1st 8th 15th 22nd 29th Tawnya Secor (H), Mike & Ingrid Herbert, Jean Gisriel Beverly Winther (H), Don Weber, Bill Glaubach, Eric Mellott Laurie McKelvie (H), Don & Bev Wissner, Jean Gisriel Jay Keefer (H), Susan Snyder, Rod & Carol Varner Sandy Myers (H), Newt Stake, Cindy Happel, Len Hendricks Rod & Carol Varner, Carolyn Walters Mike & Ingrid Herbert, Tim & Ann Miller Bob & Joanne Creter, Don Weber Dave & Linda Bender, John & Amy Leary Karl & Pat Shreiner, Scott & Kathryn Finley

Assistant Leaders
1st Pat McNamee 8th Ron Snyder 15th Mara Leary 22nd Joanne Dittmann 29th Karl Shreiner Praying for Missions in September

Wilson Chaplain Fund


Sharing the Living Water with all who Thirst!

Since 1993, more than 100 million boys and girls in over 130 countries have experienced Gods love through the power of simple shoebox gifts from Operation Christmas Child. Samaritans Purse works with local churches and ministry partners to deliver the gifts and share the life-changing Good News of Jesus Christ. The congregation of Central has, for many years, been very generous in this mission ministry. This year the Mission Team will have on hand the pre-printed OCC Shoeboxes. 100 boxes have been ordered, so it will be first come, first serve. These shoeboxes are the perfect size! If you would rather use your own shoebox, it isnt necessary to wrap them in Christmas paper, and if possible, the boxes should measure approximately 12x 6x 4. OCC envelopes will also be available for you to include a check to help defray the cost of postage. A postage donation of $7 is recommended. Collection Week: NOVEMBER 18th through 25th. Thank you and God bless!

MENs BIBLE STUDY ~ September 7 & 21

Group meets at 7:00a.m. the first and third Saturday of each month at the Texas Lunch on Lincoln Way West downtown Chambersburg. Then after breakfast at 8:00, we then walk up to Central for bible study in the Parlor Our video study will be: Walking With God in the Desert For more information, please contact the church office at 717-264-4113

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Thank you so much to the Central Presbyterian church family for supporting the several activities for the youth group this summer! The beach retreat, the mission trip, and the NYC trip were all wonderful successes and we couldnt thank you more for being so encouraging and generous to us! A very SPECIAL thank you to all the chaperones this Summer! Kristen Adams, Nick Adams, Bruce Burr, Sarah Dusinberre, Jenine Grove, Mark Hollen, Dani Kardisco, Jeff Kardisco, Shannon Leary, Sue Stahl, Gene Wilson, and Sandy Wilson: You light up Erins life and the whole world! If you missed the mission trip presentation, we have DVDs of both the 1st and 2nd services! Contact Sue Stahl for more info by calling the church at 717-264-4113.


My my, that summer went fast!!!


We are SOOOO excited for the 2013-2014 school year! Arent you?? Here are the special events coming up for the youth of Central: September 1st: Youth Hang Out at Stahls - TBD September 8th: Youth kick-off event at St. Pauls United Methodist 3:15-8pm September 20th-21st: UPRISE 2013 in Shippensburg (with St. Johns UCC) - TBD October 18th-19th: SH Fall retreat at Millers lakehouse5pm depart, 9pm return October 20th: Help with CROP walk downtown 1pm (November 1st: Pork and Sauerkraut Dinner) November 3rd: Mentor/Mentee PARTY NIGHT in youth group! 5-7:30pm November 8th: Middler Lock-Out! 6pm-9am (November 23rd: Christmas float in parade!!!) December 4th: Mandatory dress-rehearsal for Christmas Celebration service -TBD December 8th: Christmas Celebration service 10am December 13th: Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser for mission team 5-8pm December 22nd: Youth Christmas Party! 5-7:30pm January 24th: Chili Cook Off/Dinner Dance mission team fundraiser 5:30-8:30pm (January 30th-Feb. 1st: IceFest) February 2nd: Souper Bowl of Caring and Super Bowl party! After services and 5-10pm February 21st-22nd: SH 30 Hour Famine Last Supper 3:30pm, Famine 4pm-10pm (March 4th: Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner) March 28th-29th: Dare2Share Conference March 16th: Rehearsal for Youth Sunday (9:45am-10:30am during Sunday School)

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YOUTH continued March 23rd: Rehearsal for Youth Sunday (9:45am-10:30am during Sunday School) March 30th: Youth Sunday10am service April 18th: Experience the Passion of Christ 5:30pm and 7pm (April 20th: Easter Sunday) (May 18th: Music Appreciation Sunday) May 30th: Middler Lock-In! 6pm-9am June 8th: Graduation party for Emily, Kelly, Sarah 5-7:30pm June 25th-29th: Creation 2014 July 6th-12th: Mission Trip July 22nd-26th: Beach Retreat IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP ERIN AND THE YOUTH DURING ANY OF THESE ACTIVITIES, PLEASE CONTACT ERIN ( AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE Lastly, a big THANK YOU to Jack Kier for donating his spare change to the youth group! We will be using all $120 toward groceries for the youth room. THANK YOU!!!!!!!! CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP BIG, HUGE, MAJOR THANK YOUS to all who volunteered with, donated to, and bought from CPCs Rummage Sale! With your help, we were able to purchase a new projector for the Friendship Hall! You are a MAJOR blessing! And thank you to Pastor Scott and Ron for setting the projector up! Whoohoo! If you are looking to help out with something worthwhile and fulfilling this year, ask Erin about helping with the dance ministry, drama ministry, and/or SET-UP TEAM! Dont forget to check out what songs we are singing EVERY WEEK on Centrals website! -> ministries -> music ministry -> songs were singing this week! ZUMBA FITNESS with Erin has changed to Monday nights at 6pm! $5/class! dance, sweat, laugh, & join the party

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Summer Bible Verse Challenge is winding down The goal has been to learn 200 verses by mid September!! As of August 20 we have learned 153 verses!

Weve been having a ball memorizing verses from the Bible!

The goal is in sight! Encourage the kids. Were gonna make it!

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Sunday School Fall Kick-Off September 15th

Excitement is building for the new Sunday School year starting on
September 15th at 9:30am! Teachers are preparing and praying for their students. There will be new classes, life-changing Bible lessons, great music, fun games, creative crafts, and wonderful times of prayer!

Check it out! There are

classes for children ages 3 through High School; and many options of classes for adults! Be part of a group that is digging into Gods Word and growing in their personal walk with Christ.

Bible Presentations!
New Bibles will be given to all students going into Kindergarten and into 6th grade. Kindergarteners will receive the Hands-on-Bible that we use every week in Sunday School. Sixth graders will receive the NIV/Message Parallel Bible that will help them delve into Gods Word and see how it applies to their daily life.

ALSO on Sept. 15 We will have a special Dedication of all Sunday School Teachers, Childrens Church Leaders, Nursery Workers and MDO Teachers! This will be in both Worship Services. Please keep these devoted people in your prayers throughout the year.

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Fall is almost here and fellowship opportunities abound at Central. Please note these dates on your calendar and make sure you are part of the festivities. SEPT 1 Farewell Duane and Judy Gooch are moving to Michigan to be closer to family and September 1 will be their last Sunday at Central. Please stop by the coffee hour after the 10:45 service that morning to say goodbye and wish them well. A basket for cards will available. SEPT 14 Second Saturday in the Park Join your Chambersburg neighbors for the summers last concert at Fort Chambers Park (next to the church parking lot) Dont Look Down, a bluegrass/rock group, will be performing this month. The concerts are free and the church will be open. SEPT 29 145th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION This is a special opportunity to commemorate our heritage and celebrate our future. We will worship together at 10:00 AM in the sanctuary and then have lunch in Friendship Hall at 11:30 AM. Pastor Scott will also introduce the One-Fund Capital Campaign. Capital Campaign. Everyone is encouraged to attend and celebrate our anniversary. OCT 19 AppleFest Join your friends and neighbors for the towns annual fall festival featuring craft and food vendors, a kids' activity area and live music at two locations. Once again, Central will be sharing our warmth and hospitality by opening our church to our neighbors. This allows visitors to use the restrooms, get a cold drink of water, or just rest for a few minutes. We are looking for volunteers to serve as greeters in the Lincoln Way West lobby. A sign up sheet for greeters will be posted in the lobby. DEC 7 Advent Decorating Join us on Saturday December 7, at 10:00 AM, as we begin to prepare for Christmas. We will need lots of willing hands and everyone, regardless of age, can be part of the preparation. When we are done, there will be a light lunch in Friendship Hall. Dont miss this opportunity to come together as a church family, have some fun, and begin preparing our hearts, as well as our building, for Christmas.


LETTERKENNY CHAPEL The United Churches of the Chambersburg Area and its Franklin County Veterans and 9/11 Memorial Park Committee, will conduct a 9/11 Memorial Service on the occasion of the 12th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on America. Service will be held on Sunday, September 8 at 3:00 p.m., at Letterkenny Chapel Letterkenny Army Depot, Chambersburg, PA.

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5:30p Praise Team 6:30p Bell Choir Practice 7:30p Sr. Choir 2:30a Staff Mtg. 7p History Team Meeting

5 MOTHERS DAY OUT OPEN HOUSE with Orientation 6 7 8a Freezer Meal Workshop






1 Sept. Birthdays

8:30a-9:30a FH 1st Srv. 9:30a-10:30a Sun.School 10:45a SANC 2nd Srv. 12p DEACONS MEETING

9a MDO 3rd Floor 2:30a Staff Mtg. 9a MDO 3rd Floor 3p Mission meeting 7p TRUSTEE MEETING

LABOR DAY Church Office Closed

11 12 13
9a MDO 3rd Floor

Mens Breakfast Bible Study Group 7a Texas Lunch 8a Parlor

F.O.C.U.S 8:30am


8:30a-9:30a FH 1st Srv. 9:30a-10:30a Sun.School 10:45a SANC 2nd Srv. 9a MDO 3rd Floor 10a Memorial Team Mtg 3p Mission Team Meeting 5:30p Praise Team 6:30p Bell Choir Practice 7:30p Sr. Choir

9a MDO 3rd Floor 7p Worship Committee Mtg

CROSSROADS Singles Group, FH & Kitchen 5-8p Picnic in the Park CPC Open for visitors

3:15 YOUTH KICKOFF at Saint Pauls U.M. Church

9a MDO 3rd Floor 2:30a Staff Mtg. 7p SESSION MEETING 7p Life Skills-Rm 124 facilitated by M. Flood 9a MDO 3rd Floor


9a MDO 3rd Floor 5:30p Praise Team 6:30p Bell Choir Practice 7:30p Sr. Choir

9a MDO 3rd Floor

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Mens Breakfast Bible Study Group 7a Texas Lunch 8a Parlor

15 Blessing of MDO & 16 F.O.C.U.S 8:30am Sunday School teachers 9a MDO 3rd Floor

8:30a-9:30a FH 1st Srv. 9:30a-10:30a Sun.School 10:45a SANC 2nd Srv. 5p Middlers meeting 6p SH Youth meeting Incase-of-rain (P.Smith) F.H.-Family Reunion 1pm Min for Mission/Joy Village

6p ZUMBA CLASSES 7p DRAMA TEAM 7p DSG-Wholeness Ctr facilitated by C.Shoemaker

9a MDO 3rd Floor 2:30a Staff Mtg. 7p Life Skills-Rm 124 facilitated by M. Flood Newsletter Printed


F.O.C.U.S 8:30am


9a MDO 3rd Floor

9a MDO 3rd Floor 5:30p Praise Team 6:30p Bell Choir Practice 7:30p Sr. Choir

9a MDO 3rd Floor Newsletter Mailed

Stephen Ministry training

8:30a-9:30a FH 1st Srv. 9:30a-10:30a Sun.School 10:45a SANC 2nd Srv. 5p Middlers meeting 6p SH Youth meeting

9a MDO 3rd Floor 6p ZUMBA CLASSES 7p DANCE TEAM 7p DSG-Wholeness Ctr facilitated by C.Shoemaker

Newsletter Deadline

Set-up for 145th Anniv. in the GYM Celebration on Sunday September 29th

29 10a Blended Serv. w/Celebration Lunch Baptism (baby Sophie Bietsch)


F.O.C.U.S 8:30am

5p Middlers meeting 6p SH Youth meeting

9a MDO 3rd Floor 6p ZUMBA CLASSES 7p DANCE TEAM 7p DSG-Wholeness Ctr facilitated by C.Shoemaker

Quarterly statements will be mailed within the next two weeks. If you do not wish to receive quarterly statements, please contact the church office at 264-4113. You will receive a statement at the end of the year.

Blended Service, September 29th, 10:00AM Centrals 145th Anniversary Celebration To Be Held The actual anniversary was in the month of July, but September was the next month to have 5 Sundays in which the congregation could have its 5th Sunday Blended Service. It was decided to hold a luncheon that Sunday in celebration of the 145th year.

Your Central Presbyterian Church Officers

Session Meets 3rd Tuesday7pm Douglas Vanerau 2013 Linda Igou 2013 James Sharp 2013 Thomas Diehl 2013 Bill Daniels 2014 Jean Gisriel 2014 Susan O. Keefer 2014 Don Weber 2014 Luella Smith 2015 Karl Shreiner 2015 Brenda Black 2015 Ann Miller 2015 Kathryn Finley Clerk Deacons Meets 1st Sunday-11:45am Jay Keefer(Trsr) 2013 Eric Mellott 2013 Sandy Myers 2013 Beverlie Wissner 2013 Dale Hastings(Mod) 2014 Beverly Winther 2014 Tawnya Secor 2014 James Kearns 2014 Michael Herbert 2015 Newt Stake 2015 Susan Snyder 2015 Laurie McKelvie 2015 Trustees Meets 2nd Wednesday-7pm Eric Ritchey(Pres) 2013 Tim Miller 2013 F.Lucille Stence 2013 Howard Brand 2014 John Leary 2014 Anne Miller 2014 Carol Varner 2015 Philip Bietsch 2015 Gary Geiman(trsr) 2015

Vi s i o n Sta t e m e nt
Central Presbyterian Church is a community of believers led by the Holy Spirit to: C Comfort those in need E Empower and Equip disciples N Nurture through Christian Fellowship and prayer T Tell the Good News of Jesus Christ R Reach out and serve A Adore and worship God L Love

Memorial Square 40 Lincoln Way West Chambersburg, PA 17201 Phone: 717- 264-4113 Fax: 717-264-9272 Office Hours: 8:00AM to 4:00PM


Church Staff Email Addresses & Phone Ext.

Church: Sandy: Erin Helen: Danielle: MDO: Custodian: Roberta: x314 x106 x216 x206 x301 x119

the living water of Jesus Christ with all who thirst.

Contemporary Worship Service 8:30 A.M. Friendship Hall

Worship - Message - Music - Praise Casual Dress

Traditional Worship - 10:45 A.M. Church School 9:30 AM

Classes for all ages

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