Highlighted Events

If you missed any of our Adult Sunday School classes relating to a Vocation & Work, or our current series on Peacemaking, listen here.


Our Music & Memory program will be starting back up Wednesday, August 24th. We are excited to be studying the New Testament this semester! Children ages four (by September 1, 2016) up to 6th graders are welcome Wednesday nights this fall from 5:30 to 6:45. Dinner is provided. If you have any questions please contact whitney@christpresoxford.org.



Women’s Bible Study



Also, mark your calendars! We have two new bible studies kicking off on Wednesday, August 24.  The Morning Study (in the Fellowship Hall 9:15 am) is a study on the books of Ruth & Esther, “Can God Use a MESS like Me?”  The Evening study (meets in the Annex 5:30 pm) and will study Hebrews using Nancy Guthrie’s book, Hoping for Something Better.

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 Transformed: the first ever Women’s PCA Regional Conference!


Women of all ages (14 and up)

The purpose of the regional Transformed conferences is to provide an accessible (geographically, spiritually, financially, generationally, and ethnically) opportunity to encourage and equip all the women of the PCA.  Go online to register here before July 29 for the early registration discount!
After you have registered for the conference — if you would like help connecting with a roommate to share hotel costs, be a part of an organized carpool, or just want to know who else from CPC is going — click here to fill out our form and let us know. Or, contact Anna Dabbs at annadabbs1@yahoo.com to add your name to the list of folks going!

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Parables in the Gospel of Matthew: Pastor/Scholar James Montgomery Boice said, “Some sections of the Bible give us grand theology. Some move us to grateful responses to God. But the parables break through mere words and make us ask whether there has indeed been any real difference in our lives. And isn’t this what we should expect, since the parables come from the lips of Jesus.” Come join us for a study of the parables in the Gospel of Matthew as we will explore what difference Jesus has made and should make in our lives. Taught by Clay Dabbs and Jamie Peterson

The Gospel…according to Elijah & Elisha: Decline of a nation; undoing of the good; abuse of power; idolatry in the land; forgetfulness of a people. This is what characterized Israel in the days of the Old Testament prophets Elijah and Elisha.  And yet—the relentless pursuit of a loving God; awesome displays of His presence in their midst; mighty saving acts on behalf of His people. This is the other part of Israel’s story—and ours too. This fall come walk with Elijah and Elisha as they show us in surprising (and sometimes shocking) ways God’s presence and power—both to confront sinners and preserve His people. Taught by Melvin Manickavasagam and Steve Redding

If you have questions about these classes or anything else, please contact Jamie Peterson at jamie@christpresoxford.org.

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