Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all, especially to those who are of the household of faith. (Galatians 6:10)
The consistent word of the Lord over HCF has been that we will be a family, bring healing to families, and grow together as a family. As this verse indicates, our primary attention will be given to those who are part of the family. This does not mean that we forsake those outside; it merely means that we build a healthy family within that can readily accommodate the orphans, outcasts, and lost ones God will bring to us.
The roots of HCF are found in small groups that met in the late 1990’s, as a part of Christ Community Church of Camp Hill. This continues to be the primary place for the majority of personal ministry to take place. To truly be a member of HCF means that you are connected through a life group.
In order to build the family of God within our midst, members are asked to do the following:
Our other internal ministries include worship, prayer, children, youth, women’s and men’s ministry.