Adult Community, Learning & Spirituality

At CCPC we know that the fullness of Christian life is expressed in the way we do life together!  We offer multiple ways for adults to form lasting an supportive relationships, and we encourage every believer to invest themselves in others.  In community we experience God's love in precious and powerful ways.

At CCPC, we have strong educational ministries for adults of every age and walk of life. Throughout the week, we offer opportunities for adults to grow in faith, interact with the Bible, and develop authentic relationships with others. We know that the fullness of Christian life is expressed in the way we do life together!  We offer multiple ways for adults to form lasting and supportive relationships, and we encourage every believer to invest themselves in others.  In community, we experience God's love in precious and powerful ways.

Mental Health and Wellness

In response to the needs and priorities identified in our congregational survey of Mental Health and Wellness last spring, the Implementation Team is pleased to announce Thrive Thursdays. Thrive Thursdays is an intermittent series of Thursday evening events which will be offered in person and on Zoom.

Mental health is for everyone! It is one of the ways our CCPC family can Thrive. We have a list of future topics identified from our survey and you are also encouraged to suggest presenters or subjects for future a Thrive Thursday.

Brought to you by the Implementation Team: Earl Berner, Ellen Boehmer, Bill Erickson, Linda Hall, Andy Odom, and Lisa Seutter. Contact us at ccpcit2022@gmail.com.

Suicide Prevention - October 12, 2023 presented by Jennifer Huynh, MS, LPC, a program director with the Suicide and Crisis Center of North Texas.

Anxiety: Understanding and Navigating Our Battle with Fear - November 9, 2023 presented by Audrey Hart, LPC Associate at The Center

Getting to Know Dimentia - February 8, 2024 presented by Denise Odom, Director of Spiritual Life at Presbyterian Village North

Pilgrimage Retreat Weekend

What is a Pilgrimage Weekend?

During the three days of a Pilgrimage weekend, participants form a small Christian community. They worship, study and share with one another while gaining a personal awareness of their faith and the joys and responsibilities that are a result of that faith. The purpose of Pilgrimage is for the participants to discover a new and exciting relationship with Christ and to encourage them to take this new-found relationship back to their home. It challenges and equips each local church member for Christian action in their local church, in their home, in their place of work and in their community.

Where is it?

Pilgrimage Weekends are currently being held at Camp Gilmont in Gilmer, Texas.

When is the next Pilgrimage Weekend, and how do I register?

Click here to find out more about upcoming weekends and how to register.