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One Service Sunday - Sep. 1st
Join your CCPC Family on Sunday, September 1st for
ONE SERVICE of worship at 10:30 am
ONE SERVICE project in Tennent Hall at 11:30 am
Service project is for all—kids & adults alike—and benefits Kids Against Hunger! Childcare provided for ages 4 and under.
As a centerpiece of our existence we rejoice in the open celebration of God through word, music, prayer, praise, and liturgy with all our heart and being. There is an energetic, contagious joy that we experience and share during our worship opportunities that is carried forward to our daily lives.
9:00 am Contemporary Service
The contemporary service is a casual, yet energetic service featuring our vibrant praise team, a children's message and the message of the day.
11:05 am Traditional Service
The traditional service is a joy-filled service featuring our children, youth, and adult choirs, the incredible sounds of our magnificent pipe organ, a children's message, and the message of the day.
Held during both the 9:00 and 11:05 Sunday morning services. Children's Chapel is a unique worship experience for children 3 years through first grade. Following the children's sermon, they are led to their own chapel time where they will learn to worship God through music, Bible lessons and prayer.
We normally celebrate the Sacrament of Communion on the first Sunday of the month in both worship services. Additionally, there are special dates in the church year when Communion is also celebrated, including Ash Wednesday, Maunday Thursday, and Christmas Eve.
The worship staff and Worship and Arts Committee have been studying the manner of communion at the 11:05 service and have concluded that, like Christmas Eve, Ash Wednesday, and Maundy Thursday, and our regular 9:00am worship, we should begin sharing communion by the method of intinction. We believe that intinction reflects our coming forward to the table-a visible, experiential response, to God’s grace, clearly depicting the communal aspect of sharing in the life, death and resurrection of Christ. We believe it is truer to the original context of the last supper, and is more personal and intimate. This will begin in July.