Sign up for summer camps for students in grades 7-12.
Come to camp with CPC Kids!
Donate toward Easter flowers in memory or honor of a loved one.
In this six-week series, learn how CPC can be at the forefront of the fight against human trafficking.
Tapestry is our Tuesday night ministry for students with special needs.
Learn more about the many factors that play into what trafficked women go through, including homelessness, addiction, and mental health.
Join this group of active retirement-age singles and couples to pack meals at FMSC.
Become members of CPC at the New Member Retreat
9th graders, don't miss these required events for Commitment Class!
Find rest for your soul at the Table Women's Retreat in Wisconsin.
Journey with us toward the Cross at any of our five services throughout Holy Week.
Celebrate with us at any of our seven Easter worship services!
Pray for people who are being sexually exploited as well as Source's transitional home, outreach, and awareness.
The Easter Offering benefits Opportunity International's work in Nicaragua, elevating the poor out of poverty with dignity and hope.
Gather with us at our next Vision Night.
Join others on the 3rd Wednesday of the month for Communion, hymns, and prayers.
Volunteer with other CPC folks to help prepare, serve, and clean up a meal on the third Friday of each month.
Edynamoes luncheons are for all older adults who love faith, food, and fellowship!
Lay Care Volunteers: allow us to say "Thank You!"
Celebrate the 9th graders as they commit to faith in Jesus!
Learn about summer CSA opportunities through Urban Ventures City Kid Enterprises.
Mosaic is a worship service designed for kids and students with special needs—and their families!
Find out just how competent of a citizen, neighbor, and Christian you really are as Urban Homeworks administers a cross-cultural inventory.
New to CPC? Learn more at this casual gathering. No need to sign up—come as you are!
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.