This Sunday at CPC, April 19, 2020

Sunday, April 19: Online Worship for the Second Sunday of Easter
We will worship online again this Sunday at our usual times with identical services at 9:00 and 10:45 a.m. with recorded services available afterwards. Worship is about 45 minutes long and includes music, a children’s message, scripture, sermon, and prayer. Why not tune in at your usual time on Sunday morning for the unique experience of worshiping together while apart – or find the service online later.

The first Easter took place at a frightening time in a dangerous world. In this Easter season that is not all that different than the first, we will continue to listen with urgency for the message of hope.
Scripture: John 20:19-29
Sermon: Questions Jesus Asks: Have you believed because you have seen me?
We will read the story of “doubting Thomas” and discuss the nature of faith and doubt in fearful times.
A worship bulletin will be emailed before the service.

Children’s Time on Zoom, Sundays, 10:00 – 10:30 a.m.
A story, One Morning in Joseph’s Garden, and interactive songs (see parent email for details or

Look for the CPC Easter Parade on our Facebook page. If you want to add your photo, please do!

Online Worship
To watch live:

  1. Go to www.Christ-Pres.Church
  2. Click “Videos” on the menu bar which takes you to the CPC YouTube page.
  3. Click “Streaming” or “Live” (sometimes there is a delay, so you may need to refresh your browser until it appears).

To watch recorded services:

  1. Go to www.Christ-Pres.Church
  2. Click “Videos” on the menu bar which takes you to the CPC YouTube page.
  3. The most recent services/sermons are listed first.

Pray daily at 5:00 p.m., wherever you are
You are invited to pray each day for a moment or two at 5:00 p.m., another opportunity to be together while apart in prayer for our world, our nation, our community, and one another. Set a reminder on your phone or watch!

A Day in the Life of Faith is our photo-story-devotional coming out daily, Monday through Friday, by email and on Facebook and Instagram. Each day there will be a photo or two, a story or reflection, and a scripture to share. If you have a “Day” to contribute, email Greg