What is the worship like?
We believe that God gathers us in worship to renew his covenant promises through word and sacrament and to refresh us with his grace. In response to his mercies, we pray, sing and give thanks. If you are looking for an entertainment oriented worship experience, CPC probably isn’t the place for you. But if you are looking for worship that is exuberantly reverential, biblically rooted, and Christ-centered, come join us this Sunday! Click here for more information.
Why is Communion Celebrated Every Week?
An essential part of our weekly worship is the celebration of the Lord’s Supper. We believe this is an important part of every believer’s growth in the grace and knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ. Through the preaching of God’s Word and the Lord’s Supper, the Holy Spirit strengthens his people in their relationship with Christ. All believers who are baptized and are members of a church that preaches the Gospel of salvation by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone are invited to participate in this sacred feast. Click here for more information.
What is the Orthodox Presbyterian Church?
The Orthodox Presbyterian Church is a conservative and Reformed denomination committed to the sole authority of the Bible in all matters of faith and practice and to the doctrines of the Bible as summarized in the Westminster Confession of Faith. For a full description of our denomination, please visit www.opc.org.
Do you have children’s church?
We encourage parents to worship with their children as a family each week. However, we recognize that parents often need a time and place to care for the needs of their very young children in an undistracted way. For that reason, during the Sunday School hour, we provide a nursery for infants through 2 years of age and during the Worship Service, we provide a nursery for children through 3 years of age. To prepare children for participation in the worship service, we have our Kinder Kirkin’ ministry, which is a semi-regular class that meets during the Sunday sermon that instructs children about the elements of worship.
What should I wear?
We do not have a dress code here at CPC, but if you take a look at the pictures here on our website, you’ll find that most people fall somewhere in the category of dressy casual. Each week we are invited to meet and dine with the King of kings. So how should one dress on such an occasion? We’ll leave that up to you.
Am I Expected to Contribute to the Offering?
The Bible encourages believers to give with a cheerful heart rather than out of duty or compulsion (2Cor 9:7), but the financial support of the ministry here CPC is the privilege and responsibility of our members. So as our guests and visitors, we ask you not to contribute during our Sunday morning offering. Just enjoy the worship, fellowship, and spending time in God’s word.