This Week at CPC

Sunday - July 27

  •       9:15 am - Sunday School
  •       10:30 am - Worship
  •       5:30 pm - Shepherding groups/Youth Fellowship/Kids’ Cafe (Sanford)

Tuesday -  July 29

  •       8:15 am -  Staff meeting

Wednesday - July 30

  •       5:30 pm - Summer supper
  •       6:45-8:00 pm - Youth activities after dinner (off campus)

Thursday -  July 31

  •      11:00 am - Youth girls’ Bible study/brunch
  •       6:00 pm - Youth boys’ small group Bible study

Friday - August 1

  •       6:00 am - Men & Youth boys’ breakfast & Bible study

Sunday -  August 3

  •        9:15 am - Sunday School     
  •       10:30 am - Worship
  •       3:00 pm - NMRC worship service
  •       4:00 pm - E & B Committees to meet
  •       5:30 pm -  Evening worship


Summer Suppers @ CPC

Every Wednesday @ 5.30 PM in in June and July, beginning June 11

Summer Suppers @ CPC are catered dinners followed by prayer time.

Cost: $3/person with max of $12/family (Kids under 3 eat free!).

Since all ages are encouraged to pray together, there will be no childcare provided.  Parents, please keep your children with you during the prayer time.



Summer Adult Sunday School Quarter...

June through August @ CPC
This is our practical theology quarter, which we will be dividing into two halves, the second of which will start on July 13th.  The first half will offer classes on prayer and on marriage, and the second half will offer classes on acts of love and mercy and on parenting.
Oh, Mercy, Mercy…Me? The meeting of people’s felt needs is one of those ministries we are not sure what to do with. We get Christian education; we get Christian fellowship; we may even get Christian evangelism. But Christian…mercy? What does that look like, and why can it be so hard?
Over the next six weeks, we are going to look at what the Bible has to say about the church’s call to mercy ministries, and why Christians, more than anyone, have reason to move toward people with acts of love and mercy.
Child Psychology 101 or Why Do They Do What They Do? (and better yet...what am I supposed to do!) Do you realize the bible has so much to say about what drives our childrens behavior AND how we are to react, interact and shepherd.
Over the next 6 weeks we'll be looking at what the scriptures have to say about our children's behavior and our roles as parents.  Please come join us as we learn, struggle and I hope chuckle together!
All classes meet in the CPC Annex.