Come worship with us!
Christ Presbyterian Church
Lord's Day | Sunday Morning Schedule
10:00 am – Fellowship (coffee & donuts provided)
10:30 am – Worship Service
Why we gather
Every Lord's day worship begins with the statement that we have come to meet with our Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer. He has promised to be in our midst when we gather in His name. We have come to meet with Him. Thus, our public worship is in response to His presence. We gather as His people to respond by singing, praying, confessing, proclaiming, and acknowledging what God the Father has done (past tense), is doing (present tense), and will do (future tense) for us through Jesus Christ by the power of His Spirit. We believe the gospel is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes (Rom. 1:16). We proclaim, through the preaching of the word, Christ as crucified (Gal. 3:1); that He died for our sins (1 Cor. 15:3) as a ransom for many (Mt. 20:28; Mk. 10:14); and raised from the dead on the third day by the glory of the Father, that we too might walk in newness of life (Rom. 6:4). We pray, with thanksgiving, in the name of the Son, by the help of the Spirit, with boldness, strength, and hope for Christ's Kingdom to come, for our communities, churches, missionaries, families, and our enemies, that the will of the Father be done! We also gather to receive God's grace and Christ's benefits through the sacraments (baptism and the Lord's Supper) which He has given to His church, according to the Scriptures. For more info about how we worship at CPC, click here.
How we gather
We encourage everyone to worship as a family with God's covenant-family. The nursery is available for infants (0-2) and toddlers (pre K-5). Children who are K-5th worship with us as they begin to learn how to worship amongst the body as a full member of God's people. Sunday-school will begin for those children at the beginning of the sermon. If family worship is new for you, please believe us when we say, we are here to encourage you and to help! We are also teaching our children so they will be prepared to teach the next generation!
how we participate
The word audience is derived from the Latin word audire…to hear. When we gather to worship we are not an audience. We have not come just to listen or observe. We have come to participate in every aspect of Biblical worship. Thus, at Christ Presbyterian from the Call to Worship to the Benediction we are participants in this holy endeavor.
How we Dress
In our worship service you will find people dressed from suits to jeans and everything in-between. We believe they everyone is created in the image of God and therefore are His image-bearers. Please come dressed to worship the creator of the universe and our Holy King, who loves you.