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Parking Information

Mt. Gretna is a busy, sometimes 

nearly overwhelmed, community 

on summer evenings. Activities, 

including the Bible Festival, are 

occurring at both ends of town 

and along Route 117. That can 

make parking difficult to find. 

To ease your parking con-

cerns and make your visit to the 

Bible Festival the fully refreshing 

experience you want it to be, we 

suggest you come early and enjoy 

a stroll through the campmeeting 

and Mt. Gretna’s beautiful streets 

or a quiet time at the Tabernacle. 

That way, you should be more 

readily able to find parking at one 

of the four locations indicated on 

the map to the right.



We urge as well that you observe all “No Parking” signs. The West Cornwall Township 

police are enforcing them.

 When large crowds are anticipated, local fire police will be on hand to 

assist with parking.

There are three Bible Festival parking areas and a handicapped area:

     


MAIN PARKING

 

– behind Mt. Gretna Fire Co. Accessed from the Boulevard, just east of 

the Campmeeting off Route 117.

   


    

Both sides of Route 117

 (this is shared with other Mt. Gretna activities)

   

         



First St., below the Tabernacle

 - limited parking. Buses and vans are encouraged 

to park  behind the garages on First St.

     


Mt. Gretna United Methodist Church

, 4th St. & Boehm Ave.  

Reserved for bus drop-off, handicapped and persons with great difficulty walking.

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The Tabernacle is behind the Mt. 

Gretna UM Church, in Mt. Gretna’s 

Campmeeting section, east of Pinch 

Road and south of Route 117.

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Piano provided 

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Harrisburg

We ask for your prayers and for the prayers of your 

church throughout the summer for this “Summer at the 

Tabernacle,” that it may indeed be a place “for Christian 

spiritual renewal in a unique Victorian setting.”

If you would like to make a contribution to the Mt. 

Gretna Bible Festival (for program costs) or the Mt. 

Gretna Tabernacle Association (for maintenance of the 

building),  you may send a check to: 

P.O. Box 408, Mt. Gretna, PA  17064.

   For more information or additional brochures,  

contact Rev. David Pierce @ 717-371-1725 

or email: office@MtGretnaTabernacle.org 

Check out our website: www.MtGretnaTabernacle.org

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Bible Festival

May 26 to August 25

All events are held at the historic Tabernacle. 

A free-will offering will be taken at each program.

June 16 

Sunday    



7 p.m.  

Jazz Worship

Andy 

Roberts 

Quartet 

June 30 

Sunday 


    

7 p.m. 

Concert

New Holland Band 

Concert Band Classics, Patriotic and Sacred



July 7 

Sunday 


  

 

7 p.m. 

Concert

Men in Harmony 

Christian Choral Group

“God Bless America” 

July 7 

Sunday 


      

11 a.m. 

Worship

Black Eagle 

Jazz

 

In Chautauqua  

Playhouse

all evening programs begin  at 7 p.m.

Especially for Children

in cooperation with PA Chautauqua 

 

10 a.m. at the Tabernacle

All programs are free, but a free will 

offering will be taken to help cover the 

expenses of each performance

.

June 29



 Saturday   

Jack Hubley

 

 

Host of Wild  



Moments returns 

with some of his 

animal friends

Aug. 10

 Saturday 

       Puppet and Story Works 

 

           



July 14 

Sunday 


     

7 p.m.  

Old-fashioned Hymn Sing

Dr. Darrell Woomer & 

Dr. Rod Shearer

July 17 

Wednesday 



    

7 p.m. 

Concert

Ministers of Music

Singing God’s praises 

since 1979

Aug. 11 

Sunday 


    

10 a.m. 

Worship

Rev. Mike Remel

July 28 

Sunday 


    

7 p.m. 

Concert

Massed Choir 

Directed by Lloyd Larson  

Celebrating our musical  

heritage and our listing as 

a National HIstoric Place. 

Premiering a commissioned 

anthem.

Aug. 11 

Sunday       



7 p.m. 

Concert

        

Mennonite  

Children’s Choir of Lancaster  

July 21 

Sunday       



10 a.m. 

Worship

Dave Stahl & The Sacred Orchestra

Aug. 4 

Sunday 


8:30 a.m.  

Communion Service,  

Mt. Gretna UM Church

Aug. 4 

Sunday 


10 a.m. 

Worship 

Rev. Joe DiPaolo

Aug. 4 

Sunday 


7 p.m.  

Concert

Pennsylvania Flute Choir

July 21 

Sunday          



7 p.m. 

Speaker

Dr. Leonard Sweet

Christian Writer, Historian,  

Futurist and Preacher

July 24 

Wednesday  



7 p.m. 

Concert

Brothers 

in Grace

Quartet from 

south central 

Pennsylvania



July 28 

Sunday       



10 a.m. 

Worship

Rev. Al Smith

Lebanon UM Church  

of the Good Shepherd

Aug. 18 

Sunday      



7 p.m. 

Concert

The Susquehanna Chorale

Directed by Linda Tedford



Aug. 25 

Sunday      



7 p.m. 

Concert

QuintEssentially Brass

Brass Quintet from Lancaster



Aug. 14 

Wednesday 



7 p.m.     

Worship  

Tony Campolo

Gifted and Inspiring Speaker



May 26  

Sunday     



7 p.m.  

Campmeeting 

Special  

Celebrate the National Register listing! 

• Certificate presentation • Music • Greetings

June 23 

Sunday         



7 p.m. 

Concert

Silver, Wood  

& Ivory

Cindy Wittenberg  

and Tracy Dietrich  

 

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Aug. 3  

7 p.m. 

Concert

Handbell Festival

Directed by Sandra Eithun




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