Putting faith into action, every believer has at least one gift.
Some Christians act as though following Jesus is all about soaking in his love and blessings. At CPC, we believe that whatever good things Jesus gives us are intended to be shared with others, so we look to be “squeezed out” into our church and community, using God’s gifts to improve the lives of other people.
Even though you might think you have nothing special to offer, the truth is that if you are a follower of Jesus, the Bible tells us that you have at least one special gift to offer in service to others. We want to help you discover what gift(s) you might have and to find a place to put them to work. A good first step is to take a Spiritual Gifts Inventory, and then work with us to find that special place in life that God has in mind for you.
The CPC Prayerline is an excellent way to be informed of the prayer requests and updates of our church & community. If you would like to receive updates or if you know of someone in need of prayer, please Email Us Now. As much as we try to include all those in need of prayer, there are special times those should remain in confidence. You may also complete the form on the Contact / Find Us tab.
Helping Hands Food Pantry
Available Tuesdays 10:00 am through 2:00 pm
Salvation Army Outlet for Emergency Services
Call the office if you need help.
The importance of telling others about Jesus and inviting them to walk on the journey of faith with you/us
If you discover a solution to a problem that affects millions of other people, wouldn’t you want to tell the world about it? We believe that Jesus is the best news for a world that needs hope, so we are committed to telling others about him.
As you grow in your faith, we will provide both training and encouragement that will help you to talk about your faith with others, without being uncomfortable or threatening to others. You will discover, with many of your CPC friends, that there is no greater joy than when you tell someone about Jesus and they decide to follow him, too.