Following the Creation, Fall, Rescue, Restoration outline, this page shows how to personally begin with God and how that fits into His overall plan for the world. (click highlighted text)
"After Hours" Coffee House
Runs during the university year, mid-August through April
Coffee and conversation for students and young adults are offered every Thursday starting at 10:00 p.m. in the church Annex on the corner of King and Prince streets. For more information, contact Tony Morton at 532-8421.
Christ Among Neighbors
Community wide ministry to meet a wide array of needs. Donate or volunteer. Located at 130 South Penn Street. Contact Darlene Meyers at 532-7577 for more information.
Local food pantry. To donate through the church, the second Sunday of each month is designated for King's Kettle Food Pantry collection. To donate directly, volunteer or for more information, contact the pantry at 530-9200.
"Kitchen of Grace"
Serving a Free Meal Weekly
Each Friday, we are offering the community a free meal on a weekly basis. The time is from 4:00-5:30 p.m. Volunteer opportunities are available. Contact Larry and Kathy Russell at 530-5024 for more information.
Pregnancy Ministries, Inc.
Serving those with crisis pregnancies from a pro-life perspective. Volunteer opportunities available. Contact Robin Kell at 532-4446 for more information.
Release Time Bible Program
Runs during the school year, September-June
Kids from Shippensburg Area Intermediate School are brought to the church for one hour of spiritual education. Contact Gary Hornbaker at 530-9608 for more information.