Learn more about the opportunities available to you by clicking on the tabs below.
Weekend Worship Childcare
Welcome children and families as they check in, then nurture and play with infants and/or toddlers while parents worship. Time: 1 ½ hours on a weekly, every other week, or monthly basis.
Sunday Classroom Support
Assist teacher by connecting with kids and leading a small group of preschool or elementary children in pre-planned activities. Time: 1 ½ hours on a weekly, every other week, or monthly basis.
Sunday Check-In Host
Greet and assist families with the check-in process, and escort new families to appropriate classroom locations as needed. Time: 15 minutes before/15 minutes after each morning service.
Wednesday Club Leader
Co-lead group times with an assigned age group (includes games and memory verse review). Training and materials provided. Time: weekly on Wednesdays from 6:15-7:30PM (September-May).
Sunday Special Needs Buddy
Come alongside a child with special needs as a one-on-one assistant/buddy. Time: weekly or every other week.
Help Student Ministry staff set up and prep for Middle School and Commitment Class events on Wednesday nights. Time: 1-2 hours; you choose the weeks.
Assist with Wednesday hospitality, meals, check-in, or the Snack Shop. Time: 1-2 hours; you choose the weeks.
Play a role in cultivating a warm, welcoming environment for our guests, and serve those who worship with us each week.
Needs include: Coffee Hosts • Greeters • Ushers • Van Drivers
Time: 1-2 weekends a month; you choose the worship service time
Help make worship happen at CPC! If working behind the scenes is your gift, we have several ways you can be a part.
Help with: Screens • Cameras • Lighting
Time: 1 weekend/month
Be a part of our music teams to glorify God and assist in worship!
Opportunities include: Chancel Choir • Contemporary Worship Team • Handbell Choir
Time: Chancel Choir has weekly Thursday evening practice (7:00-9:00PM from September-April) and sings in the 9:30AM service. Other opportunities have flexible scheduling.
Provide Care & Meals
If you love to care for others through meal preparation or tangible care, we have several ways that you can serve our community! Opportunities include: Memorial Services • Helping Hands • Edynamoes • Mid-Month Chapel Lunch • S.T.A.R.S
Time: depending on the need, you will be able to select the days and times you are available to serve.
Build & Beautify
If you enjoy projects and gardening, you are needed to help maintain our building and grounds in prime condition!
Time: A.R.M.S. group (building maintenance) meets Thursdays 8:00AM-12:00PM; Garden Group meets periodically; Sanctuary Prep at your convenience.
Lay Care Ministry Training
Over the course of six Monday evenings, become a trained Lay Care Minister to encourage, support, and provide tangible acts of service to the hurting in our community. Areas include Grief Recovery, One-on-One Support, & Hospital Ministry.
Deacons & Elders
Our Deacons and Elders are elected members of CPC who serve our church and community. Deacons are elected to be the hands and feet of Jesus, serving and supporting the practical needs of those inside and outside the church in the Twin Cities area. Deacons make a three year commitment of service. Elders serve as spiritual leaders, work as guardians of CPC’s mission and vision, ensure faithful stewardship of CPC’s financial resources, and develop, encourage, and hold accountable the staff. They are nominated and elected by the congregation and serve for four years. If you are interested in learning more about these roles, please contact email@example.com.
Current Deacons and Elders: volunteer to serve coffee, or pray for the service by clicking the button below.
College of Deacons and Elders: volunteer to serve Communion by clicking the button below.