Do you have any questions you would like answered during the upcoming Congregational Dinner & Meeting on October 30th? Submit them using the form below.
Click image above to download our New Building Update presentation and/or play audio below of Congregational Meeting, given on October 9, 2016.
A congregational vote was held on October 9, 2016 to finalize the remainder of the Design Team that will be interacting directly with our architects. CPC’s Design Team members are as follows:
- CHAIR: James Harper
- PROFESSIONAL: Howorth & Associates and LS3P
- ELDER: Lee Tyner
- DEACON: Errol Sayre
- Ev Barrett
- Les Newsom
- Doug Sanford
- Amanda Tollison
- STAFF SUPPORT: Susan Tyner
Men’s Wild Game Dinner – Thursday, October 27 at 6:00 p.m. All men are invited to enjoy fellowship, great food, worship, and teaching. For those without wild game, please know that side dishes and desserts are equally appreciated! The church’s grill will be ready in the back parking lot by 5:15 p.m. if you want to cook your dish here, and we will plan to start eating at 6:00 p.m. Justin McGuire, pastor of College Hill Presbyterian Church, will be our guest speaker. Please invite friends and coworkers to join us too! Contact Brandon Ames (662-816-2123) if you have any questions or are interested in helping coordinate the event.
Adult Sunday School – 9:15 a.m
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you in need of encouragement and prayer? We all are! There are groups of women ready to welcome you. Check out the list below. If any of the groups listed piques your interest, contact Kathy Presley at email@example.com if you have not already signed the list in the foyer. If you are continuing in a former group, please email Kathy so leaders can contact you with details.
CAMPUS LUNCH BUNCH: Third Thursdays at Noon on campus (usually Yerby Center-contact Nadine Ramsey)
MOM 2 MOM: Second Thursdays at 7 p.m., leaders’ homes (Linda Coleman and Anne Toler)
LOL: Prayer and encouragement for “empty nesters”. Third Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. (after AM Bible Study), various homes
MRS. 2 MRS. (Marriage): Second Mondays at 7 p.m., leaders’ homes (Susan Tyner and Ev Barrett)
BOYB (Breakfast over your Bible): Accountability for regular Bible reading, and discussion, 2nd and 4th Friday mornings at 8:00 a.m., Susan’s office (nursery provided)
FRIEND TO FRIEND: Accountability for regular Bible reading, and discussion
2nd and 4th Tuesdays at Noon, Susan’s office
SEXUAL SANITY FOR WOMEN: Terri Sanford will lead this as a group or one-on-one as needed. Contact Terri directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
ONE-ON-ONES: Be matched with an older or younger woman for a one-on-one discipleship relationship
PRAYER PARTNERS: Be matched with someone to regularly pray with.
We have two new bible studies that just kicked off – you can still join! 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.