This Sunday at CPC, March 17, 2019

Sunday, March 17
   9:00 a.m.  Contemporary Worship
   9:30 a.m.  Sunday School for preschool – 5th (except the 1st Sunday of the month)
                        Grade school children will be brought to the patio at 10:15 a.m.
10:10 a.m.   Adult Education – resumes March 17 (adult ed room) The Way: Walking with Jesus
10:45 a.m.   Traditional Worship (11:15 children’s program, preschool – 5th)

Scripture:  Genesis 11:31 – 12:2, 15:1-7
Sermon:    On the Road to Alleluia: Steps Along the Way    Step Out… in Faith
Where is God on our life journey? This Sunday we’ll discover anew why it’s important to read the Bible carefully, for often there is more than meets the eye – including a remarkable insight on this question!

This Sunday at CPC, March 10, 2019

Sunday, March 10

   9:00 a.m.  Contemporary Worship

   9:30 a.m.  Sunday School for preschool – 5th (except the 1st Sunday of the month)

                        Grade school children will be brought to the patio at 10:15 a.m.

10:10 a.m.   Adult Education – resumes March 17 (adult ed room) The Way: Walking with Jesus

10:45 a.m.   Traditional Worship (11:15 children’s program, preschool – 5th)

Scripture:  Luke 9:28-36

Sermon:    Reading God’s Other Book

This Sunday we’ll build on last week’s sermon that sought to “read” the Book of Creation that, like the scriptures, speaks to us of the God who is in all things. We will read the story of Christ’s transfiguration, when Jesus suddenly shone with an unearthly light in the presence of three of his disciples. We’ll talk about light – the light that shone in the face of Christ, the light that was the first of God’s creation in Genesis, the light that opens our eyes to really see ourselves, one another, and the world with God’s eyes.

This Sunday and every second Sunday bring your non-perishable food items (or donation) for children of La Mirada Academy in San Marcos, a school with many low-income families. CPC sends a backpack of food home every weekend with 60 children – your support matters!

This Sunday at CPC, March 3, 2019

Sunday, March 3: Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper

   9:00 a.m.  Contemporary Worship

   9:30 a.m.  Sunday School for preschool – 5th (except the 1st Sunday of the month)

                        Grade school children will be brought to the patio at 10:15 a.m.

10:10 a.m.   Adult Education – adult ed room, Taste and See: Discovering God in Food

10:45 a.m.   Traditional Worship (11:15 children’s program, preschool – 5th)

Scripture:  Luke 9:28-36

Sermon:    Reading God’s Other Book

This Sunday we’ll build on last week’s sermon that sought to “read” the Book of Creation that, like the scriptures, speaks to us of the God who is in all things. We will read the story of Christ’s transfiguration, when Jesus suddenly shone with an unearthly light in the presence of three of his disciples. We’ll talk about light – the light that shone in the face of Christ, the light that was the first of God’s creation in Genesis, the light that opens our eyes to really see ourselves, one another, and the world with God’s eyes.

Sister Faiths Game Night will be rescheduled for a later date. Our next Sister Faiths event is a book discussion for youth and adults on the civil rights graphic novel March on Sunday, March 31,

Special Event in our Presbyterian Family

Saturday, March 9 Sunrise of Hope: A Mental Health Summitan all-day event at La Jolla Presbyterian Church to inform, educate, and equip all who are personally struggling with mental health issues in their family or themselves. $30 covers continental breakfast, lunch, and all workshops through the day. Kay Warren is the keynote speaker. Details/sign-up at www.LJPres.events 9

This Sunday at CPC, February 24, 2019

Sunday, February 24
   9:00 a.m.  Contemporary Worship
   9:30 a.m.  Sunday School for preschool – 5th (except the 1st Sunday of the month)
                        Grade school children will be brought to the patio at 10:15 a.m.
10:10 a.m.   Adult Education – adult ed room, Taste and See: Discovering God in Food
10:45 a.m.   Traditional Worship (11:15 children’s program, preschool – 5th)

Scripture:  Psalm 19
Sermon:    Reading God’s Other Book
Did you know that God has two books for us to read? One is scripture, and the other is the book of creation. If you think we read Psalm 19 in worship not so long ago – you’re right! We’ll hear again the words “the heavens are telling the glory of God” – and this time listen for what the heavens are saying. Along the way we’ll talk about why science and faith are not enemies, but partners – friends, even!

A Wedding at CPC!
You’re invited to celebrate the wedding of Eileen Moran and Richard Van Gieson on Thursday, February 28, 2:00 p.m. at CPC. A cake reception will follow. Come share the joy!

Per capita covers the “per person” administrative costs of being Presbyterian at the local (San Diego Presbytery & synod) and national (General Assembly) level. CPC will forward $37 per member to the Presbyterian Church in 2018. We are each asked to donate $37 for every active (confirmed) member of our households. Thank you!

Special Event in our Presbyterian Family
Saturday, March 9 Sunrise of Hope: A Mental Health Summit an all-day event at La Jolla Presbyterian Church to inform, educate, and equip all who are personally struggling with mental health issues in their family or themselves. $30 covers continental breakfast, lunch, and all workshops through the day. Kay Warren is the keynote speaker. Details/sign-up at www.LJPres.events

This Sunday at CPC, February 17, 2019

   9:00 a.m.  Contemporary Worship

   9:30 a.m.  Sunday School for preschool – 5th (except the 1st Sunday of the month)

                        Grade school children will be brought to the patio at 10:15 a.m.

10:10 a.m.   Adult Education – adult ed room, Taste and See: Discovering God in Food

10:45 a.m.   Traditional Worship (11:15 children’s program, preschool – 5th)

Scripture:  Deuteronomy 10:12-13, 17-21

Sermon:    What Does the Lord Require?   Pastor Greg Bostrom

Military Outreach Ministries has been an outreach to military families at Camp Pendleton for more than twenty years. CPC members were among the founders of MOM, whose work is now being undertaken by other organizations. Among them is the Camp Pendleton YMCA, which CPC now supports. We will celebrate the vital outreach of Military Outreach Ministries in worship today.

Bridal Shower for Eileen Moran: Ladies, you’re invited to a shower today, 2:00 p.m. at the Encinitas Community Center hosted by Sue Liesegang. RSVP at http://evite.me/B4r6qNAQ58 or contact Sue mailto:sueliesegang58@gmail.com

Per capita covers the “per person” administrative costs of being Presbyterian at the local (San Diego Presbytery & synod) and national (General Assembly) level. CPC will forward $37 per member to the Presbyterian Church in 2018. We are each asked to donate $37 for every active (confirmed) member of our households. Thank you! ;\l