All are welcome to attend. No RSVP necessary.
Plan to drop off your items "ready to serve" prior to the 10 am worship service. Thanks!
Appalachia Service Project, often referred to as ASP, is a summer mission opportunity for adults and youth who have completed eighth grade. CPC recently celebrated its 25th anniversary of service through ASP. The team travels to rural Appalachia (Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina, Virginia, or West Virginia) where they spend one week repairing residents’ homes making them warmer, safer and drier, interacting with those living in the area, and growing in their understanding of God’s service to others. At the site, teams are assigned various jobs, such as painting, carpentry, plumbing and roofing, to assist in repairing homes.
Mark your calendars for these summer service changes: a single 10:00 a.m. Sunday worship service will continue each week through August 20. On August 27, Rally Day, there will be an 11:00 a.m. All Together Service, a single 11:00 a.m. worship service on Sept. 3 (Labor Day weekend), with 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. worship services resuming on Sept. 10.
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 aspire to create a vibrant faith community through every member’s discipleship and by contributing to the well-being of the community at large.
This working mission statement undergirds CPC’s vision in developing and supporting the Ministry Areas of the church: Worship, Education, Health & Wholeness, Fellowship, Mission and Operations. Recent transitions and reorganization place the leadership and members in positions to strengthen and enhance how best to live out our faith in this time and place.
In 2016, CPC welcomed both a part time youth director and an office/communications manager to its collegial staff. The Session is now seeking an ordained minister to serve as our Stated Supply Associate Pastor.
Faith-centered, compassionate, encouraging, energetic, enjoys collaboration, good sense of self, flexible yet strong boundaries, servant-hearted
Cary Presbyterian Church
Attn: Belinda Weinbrecht
614 Griffis Street
Cary, NC 27511
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Plan NOW and put Saturday, Sept 23 on your calendar for the stay-cation CPC Family retreat right here in Cary!
No expensive lodging is required. There is a kick-off event on Friday evening, Sept 22 right here at CPC, with a potluck supper, group games, and singing at the outdoor chapel.
More information will follow later!
Phase 2, which we still need to fund, hasn’t started yet, of course, and will include all the finishing such as doors, windows, wiring, and more and will cost about $5000. You can help Phase 2 happen by supporting the “Wild West Fest” Esperanza fundraiser Saturday, August 26.
And—you can see this in person if you travel to Guatemala with CPC at the end of October! We’re going to be finishing up the arrangements of the new Scholarship program, holding a ceremony with the children selected, and more. Contact Medora Hix for more information. Two spots with financial help are still open, and if you are willing and able to fund the whole trip (approximately $1300) we have 3 more spots available.
Enjoy COFFEE FELLOWSHIP again on the first Sunday in August in the NARTHEX and on each of the following two Sundays.
Extend hospitality and connection while enjoying a cup of coffee after worship during August.
Stephen Ministry is graciously providing these opportunities.