9:00 & 10:45 a.m.
Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper
Scripture Mark 1:21-28
Most of us are familiar with the call of the fishermen, when Jesus told his new disciples he would make them fish for people. This Sunday we’ll play with the fishing image a bit; ahead of time you may want to think about what kind of a lure will attract people these days!
To worship online live or recorded: go to www.Christ-Pres.Church
and click Watch Worship, then click the service you would like to attend.
Coffee service is available after Sunday services.
Finding Hope in Troubled Times is our theme for Lent, the season in which we renew the spiritual journey of our lives and prepare to celebrate Easter. Weekly sermons and small groups will explore resources for hope found in the “I am…” sayings in the gospel of John (I am the Light of the World, etc.). Why not join a small group—or form your own with the easy-to-use study guides. Sign up in the lobby or at www.Christ-Pres.Church/sign-up
Sunday 10:15 am CPC Phil Sider and a co-host (needed)
Monday 7 pm CPC Eileen VanGieson (women’s study)
Wednesdays, 11 am CPC Greg Bostrom
7 pm Online Greg Bostrom
Thursday 7 pm Home of Kathy & Richard Mills
7 pm Home of Nicole & Matt Hudson
Groups meet five times beginning the week of Sunday, February 18.
HAPPENINGS AT CPC
Begin Lent with Ash Wednesday Worship, noon and 7 p.m. on February 14 including communion and the imposition of ashes, the sign of our mortality
Children and Youth
Join us for Bible stories, arts and crafts, science demos, games, music and more in room 1 of the Education Building! If you are new to our Sunday School program, please register here: https://tithe.ly/event-registration/#/2404834 Details: Cathy Love email@example.com
9:30-10:15: K-5th grade, in the Education building (after the children’s message)
11:00-11:45: K-5th grade, in the Education building (after the children’s message)
On Communion Sundays (the first Sunday of each month) there will either be Sunday School (January, February, March) or a children’s program at the activity center at tables in the lobby (April, May).
Middle School Youth (6th-8th grade) Wednesdays in the Youth Room, 5:00—6:30 p.m. for in-person youth group and the BEST night of the week for games, friends and so much FUN.
High School Youth (9th-12th grade)
Mondays, dinner out 6:00—7:00 pm. Contact Pastor Eileen for details firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up now for Youth Summer Camp at amazing Zephyr Point on Lake Tahoe, July 14-19 for both middle and high school. Cost is $600. Deadline to ensure a space is Jan. 31. Details: Eileen email@example.com
Church Nursery every Sunday with care during worship and a special program for toddlers.