Sunday, April 30 9:30–10:25 a.m., at Blue Hill Event Center The Session of CCC has called a congregational meeting for Sunday, April 30, 2023 at Blue Hill Event Center from 9:30–10:25 a.m. for the purposes of hearing an update from our Congregation Facilities Team.
PALM SUNDAY: BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH & EASTER EGG HUNT
Sunday, April 2, 12:00 p.m. at the Church Property (141 Erwin Road) Pack or pick up lunch and join us for a church wide picnic gathering at the church property immediately following the worship service. Don’t forget lawn chairs or a blanket. Kids, bring a basket or bag for the easter egg hunt!
THE LORD'S SUPPER THIS SUNDAY
The elders of CCC encourage our members to prepare for the Lord's Supper, scheduled for this coming Sunday. In order to help you do so, we encourage you to take a few minutes and read through these questions and answers from Westminster Shorter Catechism, and then spend some time examining your walk with Christ, growth in grace, and love for the saints.
WOMEN'S MINISTRY GATHERING: BYO-MUG!
Saturday, April 15th from 9:30–11:30 a.m at the North Carolina Study Center (203 Battle Lane, Chapel Hill, NC) Ladies, plan to join us for a morning of fellowship and to be encouraged as we hear from Jessie Prestwood on her personal prayer growing journey. RSVP here.
CHRISTIAN LIBRARY INTERNATIONAL (CLI) BOOK DRIVE FOR PRISONERS
Got Books? Let’s get them in the hands of Christians who are in prison wanting good Christian books to read! The deacons are working with Christian Library International to deliver Bibles, Christian books, CD's, and DVD's to prison facilities throughout the year. While we accept donations year-round we’d ask you make a special effort in the month of April to bring in any materials you wish to donate. Please drop off any books in the bin near the coffee table or leave them with any deacon.
A.C.E. "THE WESTMINSTER CONFESSION"
Sundays, March 12–June 4, 9:30 a.m. at Blue Hill Event Center What exactly does it mean to be a Presbyterian church, and what’s the big deal about this “Westminster Confession of Faith” thing we hear about from time to time? Is a 400 year old document really that helpful for the church in 2023? Join us as we open up the Westminster Confession, and learn how being rooted in the Scriptures and in history can give wisdom for today.
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