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Welcome to Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church! Welcome to Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church!

A Spiritually Alive Church! A Spiritually Alive Church!

    • Student Recognition Sunday

      Sunday, June 26, 2016, is Student Recognition Sunday! Parents and students please submit a completed Student Profile and photo on or before June 12, 2016! Click here for the form: 2016 Student Profile Sheet.  

      On Sunday, June 26, 2016, during the 10:30 am worship service, all students will be recognized for their Christian and scholastic achievements, highlighting those graduating from 5th, 8th and 12th grades, college, graduate and professional schools.

      There are many talented children and youth in our church. If your child (pre-school  12th grade) has excelled in academics, sports, music or any other interest, please let us know. If your son or daughter was on the honor roll or won a spelling bee or had a starring role in the school play or any other outstanding achievement, we would like to include that information in a special bulletin insert on Sunday, June 26.

      Please submit all student info by June 12 by completing the 2016 Student Profile Sheet. Forms are also available at the church. Please include a school portrait or favorite photo with the profile. Contact Ruth Harmon by email,, or in person if there are any questions. 

      A repast will follow the worship service.

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    • Welcome to Camphor Memorial UMC!

      We are happy that you chose to visit us today!

      The mission of Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church is to be a Christ-centered nurturing and supportive fellowship of believers who strive to lead lost souls to Jesus Christ and improve the quality of life in the community, city and world.

      We invite you to come and worship with us any Sunday at 10:30 am and at 10 am in the summer months.  EXCITING NEW 2ND SUNDAY CONTEMPORARY WORSHIP SERVICE STARTS JANUARY 11, 2015.  Everyone invited!  Wear comfortable clothes and catch the spirit! 

      Please enjoy our website, and feel free to contact us to learn more! 


      Everyone invited!
    • Give to Camphor Memorial UMC

      Click PayPal button anytime or  here for more information  to give online weekly offering or special gift to Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church. A PayPal account is not required.

    • Spiritual Gifts Inventory

      The Strategic Planning Committee of Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church invites all members to complete the Spiritual Gifts Inventory. The purpose of the inventory is to help you discover your spiritual gifts and then to prayerfully consider ways to utilize these gifts for the advancement of the Kingdom of God and the making of disciples within the church, the mission of Camphor Memorial UMC. These God-given gifts are meant to be shared, not stored away. They are meant to honor God, revitalize the Church and reach a lost generation for Christ.

      Our spiritual journey requires all of us to GROW in our understanding of what it means to be like Christ, a Christian, from the time we accepted Christ until death or His return. Assessing our spiritual growth helps us to think carefully about our current spiritual development and to begin working on an intentional plan for personal growth.

      Remember, it's not about our efforts. Becoming like Christ centers on His work in us and not our work for Him. God desires heart change over religious actions. God does the renewing, the empowering and the recreating. Our part as His disciple is to do the yielding, the submitting, and the obeying. We sincerely hope you will prayerfully and enthusiastically join the church in assessing your God-given spiritual gifts and use those gifts, interests and abilities in ministry in our church.

      Click here to take ONLINE!

      Be sure to download the Answer Sheet, add up the four numbers for each row and put the sum in the "Total" column. The two gifts with first and second hightest totals are your Primary Gifts and the two gifts with the third and fourth highest totals are your Secondary Gifts. Click here for the Answer Sheet!

    • Our Senior Pastor

      Rev. Dr. Frank N. Moore

      The Reverend Dr. Frank N. Moore is the Senior Pastor of Camphor Memorial United Methodist Church. Since his appointment by Bishop Peggy Johnson, Eastern Pennsylvania Conference, in July 2013, the church body has increased and grown in mission as a spiritually alive church meeting the needs of the congregation and the community. Prior to coming to Camphor, he served the University Spiritually Alive United Methodist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana (Indiana Conference) from 1999 to 2013.

      Rev. Dr. Moore received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Cheyney State University in Pennsylvania in 1975 and the Masters of Divinity degree, cum laude, in May 1978, from the Interdenominational Theological Center, Atlanta, Georgia.  In May 1990, Rev. Dr. Moore was conferred the Doctor of Ministry degree from the United Theological Seminary in Dayton, Ohio. His dissertation was, “Health and Wellness in the African American Churches in the Twentieth Century, An Ongoing Program.” Click to read Rev. Dr. Moore full bio.

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    • Adult Bible Study

      Adult Bible Study groups:

      Wednesday Evenings at 5:30 PM led by Pastor

      Thursday Mornings at 10:00 AM led by Ruth Harmon, Lay Leader

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    • Upper Room Daily Devotional

      Upper Room Daily Devotional

      The Upper Room magazine’s mission is to provide a model of practical Christianity, accessible in varied formats, to help people feel invited and welcomed into God’s presence to:

      • listen to scripture as God’s personal message, linking their stories to God’s story;
      • commune with God in prayer;
      • see their daily choices and small acts of obedience as part of God’s work;
      • realize our connection through Christ as a universal family of believers;
      • encounter the living Christ and be transformed into Christ’s likeness."


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      Once you get to this site, you can view larger-type and Spanish versions. A daily reflection is available, and you can have the Upper Room devotional emailed to you every day. 

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