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On Sept. 13, CPC elder Caroline Derifaj will be participating in an Olympic distance triathlon in Washington, D.C. She is opening the fundraising to benefit CPC's Health Ministries team with a focus on mental health awareness. please visit the Health Ministry Donation page, and consider offering your support to this vital ministry.
Young singers in grades 2 through 5 are invited to join the Youth Choir. Come to an introductory rehearsal on Sunday, September 13 at 5:00 p.m., prior to the Youth group kickoff. Regular rehearsals will start Sunday, September 20 from 5:15 until 6:00 p.m. Please contact Julie Henry with questions at Julieghenry@gmail.com.
Calling all 3rd, 4th and 5th graders! We invite you to serve the church by becoming an acolyte and carrying the light of Christ during worship on Sunday mornings. Training will be held after the 11:00 service on September 13 and 20. Please contact Jen Pierce firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Current acolytes do not need to attend training.
In the Fellowship Hall. All CA, MS and HS parents and youth — come join the YAF team to learn what's in store for the coming year! Please bring a covered dish to share. We will gather in the Fellowship Hall — then we will break out — the youth will enjoy some time together and the parents will meet separately.
We are planning to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the life and mission of our Cary Presbyterian Church family of faith on Saturday, October 17. Please plan to join us. We would love to have your input on ways to mark this milestone in the life of our church. If you have ideas or would like to be part of the planning for our anniversary celebration event and other activities, please contact Julie Henry at email@example.com.
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Join Stephen Ministry and the Health Ministry for a seminar to discover what makes an illness chronic; how to plan for immediate, intermediate and long-term needs; and discovering physical and spiritual resources.