Worship with us this week!
Please join us for worship every Lord’s Day at 10:45 AM. After a brief closure due to the COVID-19, our Sanctuary doors are now open! For those unable to attend in-person, please join us via YouTube Live. Our goal is to worship without compromising the health of our congregation or community. Please take some time to view the procedures we have in place as we resume in-person worship. Our Covid Plan
Please join us each week for a special time of prayer.
Men’s Prayer Group meets each Tuesday at 6:00 PM via Zoom and Sundays at 9:30 AM in the library . Please contact Mike Gamble for details.
MEN IN THE CHURCH (MIC) IS BACK!
MIC has relaunched and is planning multiple activities for the men in the church, high school age and older!
First up is a meeting on April 10th in the EB from 7:30 to 9:30 am. Those present will select officers to serve in 2021-2022 and put together an activities plan from April to November, 2021
Nursery Greeters Needed.
We need greeters from 9am-9:30am (before Sunday School) and then again from 10:20-10:45 to assist with Check-in of children to their classrooms. Sign up below.
If you are unable to leave your offering at the church, alternatives include giving online via the PayPal link on our website, or by mailing a check to the church office. Most banks and credit unions offer free, automated check mailing services.
If you give via PayPal, please consider adding up to 3% to your standard amount to help us offset the service charge.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission Statement for Christ Presbyterian Church is simple and straightforward. Our purpose is to establish and build a church that is pleasing to God. It is our conviction that what is pleasing to God is necessarily driven by and the consequence of believing and trusting the gospel of Jesus Christ our Lord. In that regard, our vision for the success of the church may be expressed in our sense of purpose.Our purpose first and foremost is to be a gospel-driven church. The gospel is the good news to fallen men and the only hope of redemption in this world. It is what Christ has done for us rather than what we can do for Him. It is simply that Christ died for our sins, according to the Scriptures, was buried, and rose again on the third day, according to the Scriptures, for our justification.Our affirmation of the truth and unique character of the gospel of Jesus Christ leads us to a desire to offer proper worship to God. Proper worship is necessarily about what is pleasing to God rather than what is attractive to men. Mindful that men have a sinful tendency to corrupt proper worship, we must be diligent and discerning in our effort to worship God in Spirit and in truth. more