Kingdom Kid’s Club

Children are an integral part of our congregation at Chambersburg Alliance. We believe that investment in today’s youth is vital in fostering men and women of strong faith in Jesus Christ. Our midweek children’s program is an opportunity for children Ages 3 – 6th Grade to engage in creative crafts, games, and  most importantly learn about Jesus.


Alliance Youth Fellowship (AYF)

Our youth define our church! They bring energy and a creative flair our congregation family and worship. They meet twice a week, Sunday evenings at 6 PM and Wednesday evenings at 7 PM. Each gathering involves a fun light-hearted atmosphere with pointed discussion about the Christian faith and it’s applications to life. Additionally, the AYF holds monthly activities that help foster life-long friendships. Past activities have involved movie nights, lock-ins, cookie decorating, pool parties, bowling, and sled derbies!


One aspect that makes AYF unique is our church affiliation with the Christian & Missionary Alliance. Every three years Alliance Youth from across the nation gather together for a youth conference called LIFE. It is perhaps the highlight experience of every teenager while in AYF! National speakers, unforgettable worship sessions, games, activities, and an opportunity to serve the hosting city’s community. LIFE has it all! Check out what our youth are up to now on the AYF Facebook Page.


Food Pantry

One of the ways we seek to engage with the community is though our monthly food pantry. Every third Satuday from 10:30 to 11:30 AM our church creates a cordial atmosphere where people can come to receive everyday groceries. Life often brings unexpected challenges and difficulty. Our pantry exists to offer a friendly, lending hand that mitigates the impact of life’s tragedies and difficulties.



DivorceCare treeUnless you’ve been there, it’s hard to understand the hurt that comes from separation and divorce. We do. Our DivorceCare gtroup is led by people who have been through divorce and understand how you feel because we’ve been in the same place.  You’ll come to see your group as an “oasis” in an otherwise difficult season of your life. The program is nondenominational and features practical information and biblical teaching for recovering from divorce or separation. Each session is “self-contained,” so you are welcome to begin attending our group at any point. We meet Thursdays 6:30-8:30 pm.



Cold Weather Shelter

During the cold, frigid winters our church offers assistance at out local Cold Weather Shelter. Every Friday night for 3-4 months, we are able to provide a meal for those who visit the shelter that evening. Additionally, we have a few men from the church that help work the shelter during the evenings and some even stay overnight. It offers another great opportunity to connect with our local community.


Alliance Men and Women

Every third Sunday of the month, our evening service consists of Alliance Men and Women gatherings. These groups are based on building stronger relationships within our church family. It’s an opportunity for women to gather with women and men with men. Each groups seeks to boldly live out their Christian Faith and to know God more intimately through bible study and fellowship.