Tapestry is our Tuesday night ministry for students with special needs.
Inspiring women to be courageous in becoming who God created them to be.
Signups for summer camps for students in grades 7-12 open February 25.
Come to camp with CPC Kids! Signups open February 25.
Spend six weeks studying food/meals in the Bible—a great way to try out small groups!
Help high school students raise money for their Jamaica GO!Trip.
Mosaic is a worship service designed for kids and students with special needs—and their families!
Join this group of active retirement-age singles and couples to hear from Andrew Wilson, who recreated Luther's famous pilgrimage from Germany to Rome.
Begin the Lenten season with a time of reflection and corporate worship at 12:00, 6:00, or 7:30PM.
College students, come work with us this summer in Kids', Student, or College Ministries!
Bethel University Choir launches their spring tour with a concert at CPC.
Learn more about the many factors that play into what trafficked women go through, including homelessness, addiction, and mental health.
Men are invited for food, fellowship, and to hear from a speaker.
Elementary kids and their parents discover the meaning behind Communion.
In this six-week series, learn how CPC can be at the forefront of the fight against human trafficking.
Join others on the 3rd Wednesday of the month for Communion, hymns, and prayers.
Learn about God's heart for justice with leaders in the local and global fight against human trafficking.
Find out just how competent of a citizen, neighbor, and Christian you really are as Urban Homeworks administers a cross-cultural inventory.
Join this group of active-retired people for an afternoon Sinfonia concert!
Give time to homeless families during their stay at CPC.
Travel to Jamaica with High School Ministries this Spring Break.
Become members of CPC at the New Member Retreat
9th graders, don't miss these required events for Commitment Class!
Celebrate the 9th graders as they commit to faith in Jesus!
Attend the Justice Conference in Chicago with a group from The Table.
Become a trained Lay Care Minister to encourage, support, and provide tangible acts of service to the hurting in our community.