CVBA Celebrates Pregnancy Ministries Inc.’s Move to New Location in Chambersburg

On Friday, the Cumberland Valley Business Alliance (CVBA) celebrated the relocation of Pregnancy Ministries Inc. to their new facility at 455 Phoenix Drive in Chambersburg. The CVBA marked the occasion with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house to officially welcome the organization to its new premises.

Pregnancy Ministries Inc. is a renowned non-profit that offers comprehensive assistance related to pregnancy. The move to a new location stands as a testament to the organization’s growing influence and dedication to its cause in the community.

The organization offers a wide range of free, confidential services, thanks to the generous support of the local community. Their support services include pregnancy testing, ultrasound scans, parenting education, maternity and infant supplies, and support for those impacted by an abortion decision.

For individuals uncertain about a potential pregnancy, Pregnancy Ministries Inc. offers testing services and ultrasound scans to confirm a baby’s heartbeat. They also provide extensive information on pregnancy options, equipping individuals with the knowledge to make informed decisions.

Pregnancy Ministries Inc. is committed to education, providing free resources to prospective parents. The organization’s “Earn While You Learn” program encourages active participation in parenting classes by offering baby bucks, which can be used to “purchase” maternity and baby items.

The organization further extends its services to those who have been impacted by an abortion decision. The post-abortion recovery care service offers a supportive environment for individuals seeking healing and support in Franklin County, PA.

Visit the Pregnancy Ministries Inc. website at to learn more about their valuable services and how they can assist you or someone you know. The CVBA and the entire Chambersburg community look forward to the continued success of Pregnancy Ministries Inc. in their new location.


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Ann is a lifelong member of St. John Lutheran Church in Fairfield, and a member and past president of AORN (Association of periOperative Registered Nurses).

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