This Sunday at CPC, June 16, 2019
Worship Sunday, June 16
9:00 a.m. Contemporary Worship (identical services)
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) on summer break
10:45 a.m. Traditional Worship (identical services)
(11:15 children’s program, preschool – 5th)
Scripture: Matthew 28:16-20
Sermon: God the Father, and…
On Trinity Sunday, which is Father’s Day, we will listen to the scripture, look at our stained glass, think about how God is like a Father – and more. The idea of the Trinity – that God is best described as a mystery involving three separate yet united persons – actually opens the door to a number of ways to experience the living God, which is what matters, after all!
Father’s Day Celebration
The men of the church are invited to our annual squirt gun battle. Afterwards, we’ll celebrate with root beer floats using Dad’s Root Beer, donated by Susie Davis Maghy, daughter of Paul and Nancy Davis, in loving memory of her father.
A brief congregational meeting was held last Sunday. Thanks to the following faithful people who were elected to serve three-year terms as Elders: *Ann Collins, Audra Hokunson, Lisa Scott Jones, Jessica Reese, *Phil Sider, Anne Warner; and as Deacons: Jessica Buuck, *Linda Cherrington, Tom Chesnutt, Jill Merrill, *Linda Watson.
Inquirer’s Class for new members…
An Inquirer’s Class for those considering joining CPC will be held Sunday, June 23, 10:10 – noon in the youth room (education building). Those who want to learn more about the Presbyterian branch of the faith are welcome; there’s no pressure to join. We’ll cover what Presbyterians believe and do, and an introduction to what goes on at CPC. A light breakfast will be served. RSVP helpful but not essential: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org If you’re interested in the class but can’t make June 23, send Greg an email.
Summer Sermon Series: Your Help Needed!Your help needed for our Summer Sermon Series: Questions People Ask Greg and Eileen are planning a sermon series that will address questions asked by the congregation – which means we need you to ask them! Please submit questions in writing, anonymously or otherwise, by email or offering basket. There will be one or two informal follow-up gatherings the week after each sermon in a local pub and/or coffee shop to further discuss the question.