Announcements

Summer Nights


 

A weekly night to gather together as a church family during the summer. This is a gathering that is FOR us, BY us. These are meant to be causal evenings together. However, we need everyone's help and willingness to volunteer throughout the summer to host these evenings.

Every Friday @ Church (Under the Tent), 6-8 p.m.

July 8-August 29 (7 Fridays) ***Rain or Shine (We can move inside)***

We will...

  • Gather together for fellowship and cookout from 6-7 p.m.
  • We will break out into age-specific groups (adults, teens, children) for a time of discipleship, testimony, or craft from 7-8 p.m.

An occasional movie on the lawn and special events might happen during the summer as well. We will be hosting and fellowship with:

  • Christina's House on July 15
  • Men from the Springfield Rescue Mission on July 29

Volunteers Needed Each Friday:

  • Set-Up/Clean-Up Crew: Be willing to come early to set up tables, chairs, and anything else. Stay after and organize putting everything away.
  • Food/Cooking: Plan, bring, and prepare food and refreshments for the evening.
  • Children: We need volunteers to hang out with the children. Activities and Crafts will be planned and prepared for you. Contact Tamara Delgado (413-459-8768) & Amber Haywood (413-219-4580) to volunteer with the children

Sign-Up on Sunday Mornings to volunteer for specific tasks for each week.




Community Groups


 

Community Groups (small groups) are one of the primary ways that we envision people at CPC to connect to God and each other through Bible study, prayer, service and fellowship. Details are coming soon!

Join a Community Group

  • Text "Groups" to 299-2100 if you are interested in joining and participating in a community group or email tracy@christ-pres.org

Vision & Purpose:

  • Every member and regular attendee participates in a community group.
  • People will connect in a more intimate fashion with God and each other outside of Sunday morning.
  • Provide an avenue of outreach to bring people to saving knowledge of Jesus.
  • Provide a place of spiritual care, discipleship and fellowship
  • Group members are encouraged to invite others to join. Eventually groups would spawn into others groups as they grow.
  • Groups would meet in people's home at least twice a month.