Upcoming Service Opportunities

CCOB Food Bank Challenge

FACT: The Food Bank gives to 500 People

each month.

Sooooo…….Can we help

give each one a good breakfast??????


Breakfast of Champions:


Pancake & Waffle Mix


Breakfast Bars

Fruit Juices

Pop Tarts

Midweek Flyers

Help is needed to distribute flyers advertising Midweek To-Go throughout the neighborhood around the church. If you have about an hour’s time to help with this, please contact Robin Hockenberry.


Committee Help

The Church Board is seeking volunteers to staff a Kitchen Committee and a Mid-Week Connection Cooking Committee. More information is available from Tim Monn at (540) 905-2182 or by email at

Disaster Relief Auction

Your help is needed at the upcoming Disaster Relief Auction!  Auction set-up is Thursday, September 23, 2021 starting after 8:00 AM (Lunch is provided). Trash collection help is needed Friday and Saturday during the auction and help is especially needed to help clean-up on Saturday, September 25th after the auction concludes. Individuals, families or groups are welcome! Help for as short or long as you can. Please contact Chris Keller with any questions or if you are willing to serve in any way! Call or Text Chris at 717-269-4052. Thank you!


Camp Eder

Our congregation has made a donation to help Camp Eder refurbish The Tree of Peace Lodge. Part of this is restaining the building. On October 2nd @ 8:30 am (rain date of Oct. 9th) we are looking to line up 8 to 10 people to help to do just that. The Camp would like 3 of these volunteers to be carpenters to help with replacing some rotted wood. Please see sign-up sheet in the BLC.

Ongoing Service Opportunities

Food Pantry

We are regularly accepting boxed and canned food donations for the Chambersburg food pantry. Please drop off items in the labeled barrels in the Narthex and Brethren Life Center. The Food Pantry currently does not need any egg cartons. 


The Helping Hands Circle

The Helping Hands Circle is a group of ladies that gets together monthly to work on projects for the community. Projects that they have done in the past include knitting hats for newborns, college student care packages, making cookies for the Carlisle truck stop ministry and the prison ministry, assemble gifts for shut-ins, make blankets for those in need during the winter, etc. For more information, please contact Carol Wingert in the church office.