We offer a variety of Journey Groups for all ages. All are welcome, regardless of whether or not you worship at CPC.
The nursery, Room 100, is designed for infants and toddlers and is staffed by parents who also have young children. At this time, the nursery is staffed only during worship services but the space is available from 9:30-10:30 on Sundays if you would like to bring your young child while other family members attend Journey Groups.
Coffee Hour (Grades 5-12)
Coffee Hour with Youth is held in the Youth Center and focuses on connecting our 5th-12th graders with various adults from our congregation.
Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and devotions are available in this relaxed, conversational setting.
Parents of School-Age Children
This group is designed to give parents an opportunity to explore and discuss the benefits and challenges of raising children in faith.
Devotions will be available, and a variety of topics will be discussed with a focus on putting faith at the center.
Pre-K through 1st grade
Pre-K through 1st Grade is held in Room 102.
This class recently used the Whirl program, which helps children understand the church year and its seasons.
Practical Christian Living
Practical Christian Living is currently facilitated by Bru Brubaker and Gary Overstreet and meets in Fellowship Hall C.
2nd through 4th grade
This Journey Group is held in Room 101.
This group also used the Whirl program but facilitated a deeper understanding of the church year and its seasons.
Are you a spiritual wanderer, wonderer, seeker, or doubter? Have you ever felt alienated, marginalized, or hurt by the traditional theology of the Church? Are you frustrated with traditional Christian doctrines that no longer “work” for you?
If so, please come and give “Christianity Re-formed” a try. This new Sunday Morning Journey Group for adults will be led by Don Makin, beginning on the first Sunday of the new year, January 6.
In the class, we’ll be exploring what some theologians have called “alternative orthodoxy” – thoughtful “re-formed” approaches to Christian theology for people who have grown restless or disillusioned with traditional teachings.
We’ll be starting on January 6 with Rob Bell’s book, What Is the Bible? How an Ancient Library of Poems, Letters, and Stories Can Transform the Way You Think and Feel About Everything.
Participants are asked acquire their own copy of the book.