614 Griffis St.
Cary, NC 27511
(919) 467-8700

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Mission Statement



We are God’s Family through the common bond of faith in Jesus Christ. In gratitude for God’s love and grace, and empowered by the Spirit, we commit ourselves to grow in God’s love, to worship God faithfully, to nurture one another, to share the Gospel, and to help those in need.

Polity

The body of elders elected to govern a Presbyterian congregation is called a session. They are elected by the congregation and are both representatives of the other members of the congregation, as well as charged to seek to discover and represent the will of Christ as they govern. Presbyterian elders are both elected and ordained. Through ordination they are officially set apart for service. Ministers who serve the congregation are also part of the session. The session is the smallest, most local governing body. The other governing bodies are presbyteries, which are composed of several churches; synods, which are composed of several presbyteries; and the General Assembly, which represents the entire denomination.

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New Hope Presbytery



Cary Presbyterian Church is part of the New Hope Presbytery, a middle governing body of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) serving 131 congregations in 34 counties in Eastern North Carolina.

CPC Logo


The logo of Cary Presbyterian Church is representative of our church's tradition, identity, and location. It is comprised of the Celtic cross (associated with Presbyterian history and evoking the cross over CPC's front entrance); an evergreen pine bough reminding us of the everlasting life that Jesus offers; and North Carolina clay bricks, symbolic of the ongoing process of building our faith in Him.

CPC logo, Copyright 2006, Carolyn Clark

Time & Talent

When joining the church, new members may (optionally) complete a Time & Talent form, which tells us about their interests and talents. This helps us find “matches” for our members with ministries teams, event, class and/or smaller group.

If you would like to complete or update a Time & Talent form, contact the Office Manager.

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