For those unable to attend our Congregational Meeting on January 8th, 2017, click the image below to view the presentation and/or the audio below for a recording of the meeting. Also, click here to view the congregational letter Curt sent out the same day and click here to access the Keller article Curt references in both his letter and audio.

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Join us on Sunday, January 15th for our annual Missions Sunday. Our speaker, Rev. Dr. Bassam Chedid, Adjunct Professor, Reformed Theological Seminary President, Children of Abraham Ministry, will be speaking on “Reaching Muslims for Christ: What is Our Role?”.

9.15 AM: Personal Testimony; Reaching Muslims with the Gospel
10.30 AM: Morning Worship: Why “Let the Nations” Hear?
5.30 PM: Evening Worship: The Greatest Weapon of Mass Instruction

 

 


Breathe | Women’s Hibernation Retreat 2017

Register Now!REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!

The CPC Women’s Ministry Team is excited that Paige Benton Brown is our 2017 Hibernation Retreat speaker. Our retreat will be Feb 10-11 at the Inn at Ole Miss in Oxford. The topic is Breathe. Click here to register!

Paige Benton Brown teaches the Bible at her home church and occasional conferences across the country. She is a former Reformed University Fellowship staff member for Vanderbilt University and the University of Virginia. Paige received her masters at Covenant Theological Seminary. She and her husband, Reagan, reside in Nashville with their three children.

 


Adult Sunday School – 9:15 a.m

Adult Winter Sunday School Quarter: This winter quarter (December – February) all adults will be meeting in the sanctuary for one Sunday School class. This class, taught by Les Newsom, is entitled “Spinning the Diamond: The Order of Salvation”. As the title suggests, God’s gift of salvation to us is like a multifaceted diamond that when turned emits glorious light from different angles. Please join us each week this winter as we examine “such a great salvation”.

If you have questions about these classes or anything else, please contact Curt Presley at curt@christpresoxford.org.