Junior High Youthquake Registration is now open! If you have a sixth through ninth grader who would be interested in going please contact Zac Cosner to get them registered. JHYQ is Sept. 28th-30th and this years theme is “A Place @ The Table. The trip will cost $95 per person. We have scholarships available for those in need. We’re looking forward tot this fun and spirit filled event!
Rev. Cameron Highsmith begins a sermon series of guests ministers on the podcast.
Rev. Jai’s Last Sermon as CPC Pastor. We hope you enjoy this very special episode.
Here’s the first (Alpha) episode of the new CPC Podcast! It’s our goal to get the sermon up each week in a timely fashion. We’re going to try to get listed in the Apple Podcast app and a few more places. I’ll let everyone know when that happens. Until then enjoy this first episode!
The Presbyterian Women are taking a trip to Margland for brunch on Saturday, July 14th at 10am! If you are interested please sign up on the bulletin board in McElyea Hall or email the church using the contact us link!
The Pentecost Offering unites us in a churchwide effort to support young people in Christ and inspire them to share their faith, ideas, and unique gifts with the church and the world.
Each year on Pentecost Sunday, we celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit and the birthday of the church. The Holy Spirit remains with us still, connecting us with the church of the past, continuing to inspire the church of today, and pointing us to the church of the future.
Studies show that a foundation of faith established during childhood through young adulthood, helps ensure lifelong faith and service. Psalm 71 testifies to this same truth. Verse 17 says “O God, from my youth you have taught me, and I still proclaim your wondrous deeds.” The patterns and lessons established during these formative years continue to bear fruit throughout a person’s life.
These lessons might be taught through a congregation’s commitment to Educate a Child, Transform the World in ministries that shape a child’s academic achievement, setting them on a path toward a stable future. They might be taught through one of the youth events sponsored by Ministries with Youth at the national church that brings together young people from all over the country to share their experiences of faith with one another, and learn how their faith can help them address challenges all over the world. Or our young adults may be guided through a year of intentional service where they discern God’s call upon their lives by our Young Adult Volunteer Program.