Welcome!

2015 CPC Men's Retreat

March 27--28 • Friday, 6 PM--Saturday, 12 PM • Camp Lake Stephens, Oxford

See below for details. Registration form can be found here or in the church foyer; Submit form & payment to the church office by March 25.


 

This Week at CPC

Sunday - March 22

  •    9:15 am - Sunday School
  •    10:30 am - Worship
  •    12:00 pm - Student Luncheon
  •    5:30 pm -  Shepherding groups, Youth group, Kids’ Cafe  (Barrett)

Monday - March 23

  •   6:00 pm - College Ready Series (Griggs’ home)

Tuesday - March 24

  •    7:00 am - Youth boys’ breakfast & Bible study
  •    8:30 am -  Staff meeting
  •    6:30 pm  - Youth girls’ dinner

Wednesday -  March 25

  •    9:15 am - Women’s Bible study
  •    12:00 pm - Men’s Prayer lunch
  •    5:30 pm - M&M
  •    5:30 pm - Evening Women’s Bible study
  •    5:30 pm - Youth group
  •    5:30 pm - Deacons’ meeting
  •    7:00 pm - Benevolence meeting

Thursday - March 26

  •    6:30-8:30 pm - ELL (University Trails Apts.)

Friday - March 27

  •    6:00 am - Men’s breakfast & Bible study
  •    9:30-11:30 am - ELL (CPC)

 Sunday - March 29

  •    9:15 am - Sunday School & Inquirers’ Class
  •    10:30 am  - Worship
  •    5:30 pm -  Congregational dinner & meeting

Spring Adult Sunday School

March 8--May 31, 2015  • 9.15 AM  • CPC Annex

Numbers

You may think the Old Testament book of Numbers is about…well, numbers.; Hebrew arithmetic gone amuck; lots and lots of people being counted up for no apparent reason. An insomniac's dream.

Numbers is really about Israel trusting Him to get them home. The Promised Land was real—but so were the enemies, obstacles and difficulties before they could get there. And God’s people are often prone to doubt and fear. Israel was—and so are we. Come journey through Numbers and learn what trusting God looks like along the way. 


The Gospel of John

“The Gospel of John is deep enough for an elephant to swim and shallow enough for a child not to drown.” - St. Augustine

John, which is written from the perspective of Jesus’ beloved disciple, focuses primarily on who Jesus Christ is, as opposed to the other Gospels (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) that focus more on what He did. Come “swim” in the waters of John with us as we will seek to know Jesus better through key passages in this great narrative of Scripture.

 

2015 Bible Conference

If you missed our conference this year, or want to re-listen to the sessions, you can find them here.