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This Sunday at CPC

This Sunday at CPC, March 29, 2020

Sunday, March 29: Online Worship for the Fifth Sunday in Lent
Worship: we will worship online again this Sunday at our usual times, 9:00 (contemporary) and 10:45 a.m. (traditional), with recorded services available afterwards. Worship is about 35 minutes long and includes opening, music, children’s message, scripture, sermon, and prayer. We expect online worship at least through mid-May.

Scripture: John 11:17-27
Sermon: Questions Jesus Asks: Do you believe this?

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. Look for the date on the “thumbnail” in the second row of videos.

Nearly 150 households watched the 9:00 or 10:45 service live last Sunday, and there have been 449 total views of last Sunday’s worship. That’s a remarkable total, considering we normally have 180-190 individuals in worship on a normal Sunday. We encourage you to tune in at your usual time on Sunday morning if you can for the unique experience of worshiping together while apart.

Children’s Sunday School at home
Our Director of Family Ministries, Cathy Love, is sending out Bible stories and play sheets (they’re not worksheets!) for children and parents to do together. If you’re not receiving them, email mailto:cathyl@cpclacosta.org

During the Health Crisis…
NEW! Daily Morning Devotional, Monday through Friday, 9:00 – 9:15 a.m. led by Kent Davy based on the daily scripture readings. Connect on Zoom
https://zoom.us/j/639743247

Connect online on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday
Join any of these weekly Zoom meetings for face to face fellowship time – together while apart!

CPC Café opens with a brief devotional followed by a group check-in – and a little laughter, too.
Tuesdays, 3:00 p.m. https://zoom.us/j/918290457?pwd=NzNocU5SeU5uNW5ucW1LZDF3TlhIQT09
Thursdays, 7:00 p.m.  https://zoom.us/j/690334277?pwd=eTVVOGpkTnlSZDZmVlZpREx2dXFuQT09

Evening Prayer, Wednesdays 5:00 p.m. followed by conversation.
https://zoom.us/j/613949856?pwd=elRxb05mSndnMWdRejdvZCtLZENCdz09

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 gather together while apart in prayer for our world, our nation, our community, and one another. Set a reminder on your phone or watch and join together while apart in prayer!

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. Your comments are much appreciated; join the discussion!

Stay connected on our church Facebook or Instagram pages!  www.Facebook.com
or Instagram – search for CPCLaCosta

This Week at CPC, March 22, 2020

Sunday, March 22: Online Worship for the Fourth Sunday in Lent
Worship: we will worship online again this Sunday at our usual times, 9:00 (contemporary) and 10:45 a.m. (traditional), with recorded services available afterwards. Worship is about 35 minutes long and includes opening, music, children’s message, scripture, sermon, and prayer. We expect at least another eight weeks of online worship.

To watch live:

Click “Videos” on the menu bar which takes you to the CPC YouTube page.

Click “Streaming” or “Live” (sometimes there is a delay, so you may need to refresh your browser until it appears).

To watch recorded services:

Click “Videos” on the menu bar which takes you to the CPC YouTube page.

Look for the date on the “thumbnail.”

Nearly 100 households watched the 9:00 or 10:45 service live last Sunday, and there have been 445 total views of last Sunday’s worship. That’s a remarkable total, considering we normally have 180-190 individuals in worship on a normal Sunday. We encourage you to tune in at your usual time on Sunday morning if you can for the unique experience of worshiping together while apart.

Children’s Sunday School at home
Our Director of Family Ministries, Cathy Love, is sending out Bible stories and playsheets (they’re not worksheets!) for children and parents to do together. If you’re not receiving them, email cathyl@cpclacosta.org During the Health Crisis…
Daily Prayer at 5:00 p.m. wherever you are!
You are invited to pray each day for a moment or two (or longer) at 5:00 p.m., wherever you may be, another opportunity to gather together while apart in shared concern for our world, our nation, our community, and one another.

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. Your comments are much appreciated; join the discussion! Another way to stay connected at CPC.

Stay connected on our church Facebook or Instagram pages! https://www.facebook.com/groups/christpresbyterianchurch/
or Instagram – search for CPCLaCosta

A Help Team is forming at CPC to help with grocery runs, prescription pickups, conversation, and other needs of our at-risk members who shouldn’t be going out. Join the Help Team by emailing Greg at gregb@cpclacosta.org or let us know if there’s someone who should be on our list to help!

Our elders and deacons are contacting our church family periodically during this time. If you haven’t heard from an elder or deacon yet, we probably have incorrect contact information for you; please let us know your best phone and/or email to amyk@cpclacosta.org  Thank you!

Church offices will be closed indefinitely in support of our community response to the health crisis. Pastors are still available by phone and email.

Unsure of what to expect

We know attending a new church can sometimes be a little intimidating, so we've made a page that lays out what you can expect when you visit us for Sunday worship.