Christian discipleship is the application of the gospel to every aspect of life. The very gospel that sets us free from the fear of divine and human condemnation is the same power that transforms our relationships, work, and worship. Biblical discipleship, including word, worship, and fellowship, exists at CPC primarily through Sunday worship, courses offered through the School of Discipleship, and Men’s and Women’s Discipleship Groups.
We encourage all congregation members to participate in both a Life Group and a Discipleship Group. Although there are components of study in both the Men’s and Women’s Discipleship Groups, their focus is on living and sharing truth through mutual accountability and prayer.
- Every 1st and 3rd Thursday evening at 6:30pm we gather for a time of fellowship and discussion of an article. Emails are sent out every Monday with info on time, location, and a link to the article. If you are interested in joining (and are not on the men’s email list), contact Jerry (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Contact Jerry Ornelas.
- In Romans, Paul expresses a longing to be together “that we may be mutually encouraged by each other’s faith.” Consider joining us on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month (7-8:30 pm) as we encourage, support and challenge one another in a small group setting. We are using the book A Place to Belong by Megan Hill. Please join us via Zoom (meeting #812 2180 7643) as we explore the beauty of the church and how we can delight in the “loveliness of Christ’s gathered people.” Contact Diane Miller or Lisa Graham
Young at Heart 60 Somethings (Co-Ed)
- This group meets at 10:30am on the second and fourth Tuesdays in the Fellowship Hall. We are using the book “Trusting God.” If you are interested contact contact Alan Phillips or Stacy Roney
- Contact Jefferson Bennett