The bazaar is held every autumn, said organizer Shirley Miller.
"We have a lot of crafters and we also welcome party plan exhibitors," Miller said last week.
The church uses funds raised from the bazaar to help local families who need assistance. The congregation uses the money to pay for items that are not covered by insurance or other programs.
So far, crafters have signed up for this year's event. Church members will also sell crafts to help fund it's ongoing mission to a church in Peru.
"We still have room for another half dozen vendors," Miller said. "We don't charge for them to use a table, but we do ask that each vendor contribute a door prize." Anyone who wants to participate can call Miller at 717-786-3696.
Church members will also have a white elephant table and will serve food during the event.
"We will have breakfast sandwiches of bacon, egg, and cheese in the morning. At lunch, we will serve hot dogs, barbecue, and chicken corn soup," Miller said.
Frozen quarts of the soup will also be available for takeout.
This year's bazaar will be held at the church, 1199 Valley Rd. (Rt. 372) from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, November 4. The public is invited to attend.