Our morning services are offered to respond to the diverse needs of our current members. Many participants in this service have been long-standing members of the church who have valued the supportive relationships they have developed.

8:30 a.m. Traditional Service in the Chapel

People who appreciate a traditional style of worship with hymns, and a smaller more personal feel will enjoy our Chapel service.

10:00 a.m. Traditional Service in the Sanctuary

People who appreciate a traditional style of

worship with hymns and anthems will be most satisfied and nourished by our sanctuary service. Our Chancel and Handbell choirs regularly lend their talents to enrich this traditional service.

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Fellowship Time in Scott Hall after the

Traditional service

Each week, members and guests are invited to

follow-up the worship service with fellowship time

in Scott Hall. Light snacks, special treats, coffee and other refreshments are provided as members have

an opportunity to socialize with other CPC families and friends.

We believe that a Christian marriage is a covenant between a couple and God. Our desire is to conduct wedding services that acknowledge the covenantal nature of marriage and affirm the unique qualities of each couple. We require each couple that is married in our church to receive premarital counseling. A couple will typically meet with one of our pastors for three or four sessions before the wedding. Our pastors use the Prepare/Enrich survey as well as other resources to help a couple begin their marriage with a solid foundation.

 

If you are interested in being married at Christ Presbyterian Church, click here for additional information.

 

Music

The Ministry of Music at CPC seeks to enhance the weekly worship services through a diversity of musical styles while always centering our voices, instruments, hearts, souls, and minds on praising God and proclaiming the eternal salvation of our lives through Jesus Christ. Our artistic expression of faith is multifaceted and is heard in the massive sounds of the Chancel Choir and pipe organ, the soothing ringing of the Handbell Choir, the heart pounding and joyful shout of the Gathering singers along with the rhythmic accompaniment of the praise band, and the sweetness and innocence of the children’s choir.

 

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