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Being engaged in a smaller group is a wonderful way to serve, learn, and make lasting friendships and connections. CPC has a variety of active small groups – from those that are social in nature or study together, to those that share a task or mission. All groups welcome newcomers; don’t hesitate to call the contact if you’d like more information.
Presbyterian Men meet periodically to enjoy dinner and discussions on a variety of topics. They also participate in many church activities, such as the Annual Fat Tuesday Pancake Dinner, Christmas caroling, and an annual weekend retreat. All CPC men are invited and welcome to join us at any meeting or event.
For more information about Presbyterian Men, contact Tom Van Scoyoc.
UPCOMING PRESBYTERIAN MEN MEETINGS & EVENTS
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CPC Men's Softball Teams
Come out for a game soon to cheer us on!
See the 2013 Town of Cary Schedule and Game Standings for CPC GREEN
or CPC WHITE.
Printable Game Schedule for CPC GREEN or CPC WHITE.
Please enter upcoming game attendance status here for CPC GREEN or CPC
Incase of inclement weather please call 319-4500 Extension 505 after 3:00 p.m
or click here.
Contact "Green Coach" Jason Troiano via email
or "White Coach" Jason Simpson via email
photos from the 2009 or 2010 seasons.
Missing players from the 2010 Team photo are: Tom Bolick, Jeff Clark, and Tom Murdy.
Covenant Groups are small groups of adults or families (typically 10 to 15 people) who meet regularly, independent of church activities. Covenant Groups are most often formed among those sharing a common interest, demographic or need. While these groups are usually social in nature, activities such as service projects or study can be a part of the group’s practices. Each group sets its own schedule and makes plans for its time together.
For more information, or to join, form or register a Covenant Group,
please complete the Covenant Group Interest Survey (Word DOC or PDF)
or contact the chair of the Congregational Fellowship Team.
The Doves, a widow's support and social group, meet the first Thursday of each month at 10:00am in the Parlor. These women enjoy agendas that address issues of "aloneness" such as financial ideas or cooking for one; as well as many social or seasonal activities such as ideas for gift shopping and a variety of educational topics. Eating out, attending events together and participating in gift or mission projects are also customary. All widows
For more information, contact Estelle Cameron.
There are many other areas in which to volunteer, serve, and meet new folks. Completing a Time and Talent form can help us help you identify what opportunities most appeal to you – and how to get involved.