At Christ Presbyterian we expect you to come as you are. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere and experience of love that is like no other. We hope that CPC is a place that you can just Be.
Christ Presbyterian is a place to...
Belong to the Body of Christ.
Believe in the one true God.
Become like Jesus.
Join us for a moment of thanksgiving as we decorate the building for Advent and Christmas. Bring a dish to share in our Potluck Brunch from 11am to 12pm on November 23.
"Welcome Home!" is the phrase the was most often repeated on Friday, September 26 as the Presbytery of the East of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church voted our church and our pastor into membership. We will continue to pray for our previous presbytery and denomination, but we are so thankfully for His blessing in this moment.
Foundation groups are one of the primary ways in which we connect to God and each other through study, prayer, service and relationships. There is a Foundation Group waiting to welcome you. Sign-up in the Whitlock Room after service on Sunday, contact the church office, or click on this link to find our more information. Sign-Up Today.
We are overloaded on the Good News (as if that is possible). First join us at 9am for verse by verse study of the Gospel of John. Then during the service at 10am, Pastor Tracy will be begin preaching through Gospel of Mark. We believe you can never hear the good news enough!
We have a new logo to start our new life together as our congregation as we transition from PC(USA) to the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. They are several symbols to the new logo. First, we are a congregation that is center on the cross of Jesus. Everything in history and our theology flows from Jesus' work on the cross. Connected to the cross are green swoops that are in the shape of a "C" and "P" which represent Christ Presbyterian. Additionally, the whole of the logo is in the shape of a tree which is rooted in the cross. Jesus is the vine (root) and we are His branches connected to the Tree of Life. Lastly, "C" and the cross form a sickle, which is a tool to harvest God's wheat; a reminder of our primary task of proclaiming the good news of Jesus Christ to the world.