Each Wednesday evening, from 5:30 to 8:30, CPC hosts a ministry of hospitality to our church community and neighbors. Midweek is an excellent time to take a short break from the busyness of the week.
The evening is divided into four 45 minute sessions. If you have 45 minutes, or 3 hours, the evening is divided into four sections that offer something for every age and every stage of spiritual life.
The highlight of Midweek is a thoughtfully prepared meal, provided free of charge. A meal is served at 5:30 and again at 6:15, with light snacks available at 7:00. Come as you are able.
The various classes and ministries of Midweek change from semester to semester, but you will always be able to enjoy a meal along with a session or two. From nursery to childhood to youth to adult, all of the sessions are open to drop-ins, so you are welcome, even if you can only attend Midweek sporadically. Enjoy the meal and the fellowship.
A meal schedule for our Fall Semester can be found here!
If you are a CPC regular, Midweek is a great opportunity to share your church with your friends and neighbors.
There are no programs offered during Section 1 from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. this fall to encourage fellowship around a meal at the start of the evening.
Nursery Childcare (0-36 months) is offered during Sections 2, 3, and 4.
CHILDREN AND YOUTH MINISTRIES from 6:15 to 8:30 pm
SECTION 2: 6:15-7:00PM
God’s Kids - This group welcomes children age 4 through Kindergarten (3, with a parent present) to the world of praising God through song by learning how to sing, what makes up music, and movement exercises to teach rhythmic understanding. Special programs will be presented twice a year.
Covenant’s Call - This group has our children in the First through Fifth Grade learn musical concepts needed for reading and making music in order to praise God through song. Children will periodically present in Morning Worship, as well as, special programs. For more information, please contact Jeremy Gaines.
SECTION 3: 7:00-7:45PM
- Skippers – (Ages 2-3) “Hearing About God” The Skipper club introduces young children to God and the Bible.
- Scooters – (Ages 4-K) “Learning About Living” The Scooter club introduces the concepts of building relationships, teamwork, and collaboration in Bible-based lessons.
- Hikers – (Grades 1-2) and Adventurers – (Grades 3-5) “Exploring God’s Word” The Hiker and Adventurer club explores the Bible and what it has to say about our relationships with Him, others, and His creation.
- If attending choir before Club time, volunteers will escort children to their appropriate classroom. Parents can pick up Kindergarten age children and younger at 7:45 in their classroom, while older children will be released on their own.
Students in Sixth through 12th Grade meet in a time of praising God and learning from His Word in a large group under the teaching of our youth director, Jeremiah Hill.
SECTION 4: 7:45-8:30PM
Students are divided into small discipleship groups by gender and age. These groups focus on relationships as they grow in their knowledge of Christ together.
ADULT MINISTRIES from 6:15 to 8:30pm
SECTION 2: 6:15-7:00PM
UNION WITH CHRIST: Led by Lamar Allen | Frederick Room
“Union with Christ” is a doctrine every Christian needs to understand. Join us as we study how to add breadth and depth to our understanding of our glorious salvation. This study is led by Dr. Lamar Allen.
WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP: Led by Judy Foster | Foundation Builders Room
Judy Foster leads this group on Wednesday evenings at the church from 6:15 to 7:00 in the Foundation Builders Room (upstairs on the Adult Education wing). This group will gather for a time of hearing the Word, discussion, and prayer.
SECTION 3: 7:00-7:45PM
LISTENING TO SERMONS SKILLFULLY: Led by Pastor John Jones | Young Adults Room (Formerly the Library)
How can sermon-listening happen in this new digital landscape? Together, we’ll consider challenges to sermon-listening, what a sermon is, how a sermon works, how a sermon is made, and what a sermon does, with the hope that we’ll better understand how to listen to a sermon. This class is taught by a sermon-maker who believes expositional sermons speak today just as effectively as they always have, it’s the listening that becomes harder.
KNIT WITS: Led by Carol Beatty | Parlor
A time of fellowship with other women, while sharing our love of knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, quilting, and crafting! A time to listen, share, love, encourage, and support one another while completing those projects we have around the house.
A concentrated time of intercessory prayer for the needs of the church.
SECTIONS 3 & 4: 7:00-8:30PM
Comprised of members from high school to older adult, the choir prepares and works to help lead God's people before His throne. There is no audition required, and all are welcome to come just once to "try it on for size." For more information, please contact Jeremy Gaines.