• Worship God Faithfully

    Worship is central to our faith as Christians. Sunday morning worship is a time for us to gather as one for prayer and praise.
  • Share the Gospel

    Sunday School isn't just for children at Cary Presbyterian Church. Adult classes, weeknight Bible study opportunities, and summer Vacation Bible School all contribute to faith formation.
  • Blessing of the Pastor Nominating Committee

    CPC Church school, kids choir and PNC Pastoral Nominating Committee blessing, Jan. 28, 2019.
  • Help Those In Need

    Church members of all ages help to pack food boxes for local charitable organizations during CPC's annual Be the Hands event.


Due to the extraordinary circumstances caused by the Coronavirus, there have been a number of changes to our calendar of worship services, meetings, and general church activities.
Find updated information about life at Cary Presbyterian in response to COVID-19 at this new page on our website.

Worship Services

Worship Services at CPC will be Online only, until further notice, due to the COVID-19 situation. 
Online Worship will be streamed to the internet on Sunday mornings at 10:00 a.m. on the Cary Presbyterian Facebook Page at this link
(You do not need a Facebook account to access this link.)
 
Please find out more about worship at Cary Presbyterian Church in the Worship section of our main menu.
 

See worship bulletins here. 

Audio versions of our worship services are available as podcasts at this link

 

News and Events 

CPC Welcomes Rev. Dr. Paul H. Lang!

With thanksgiving and joyful hearts, we welcome the Reverend Dr. Paul H. Lang as the next Pastor/Head of Staff for Cary Presbyterian ChurchFor more information about the Lang family, and an introductory video, please follow this link
Dialogues on Race

It’s time to talk about race, folks, and to do so in the context of our Christian faith. To help facilitate that conversation, Mitzi Lesher-Thomas and Alan Bancroft are co-leading a seven week series entitled Dialogues on Race, which covers various issues of race in America. Slots for this session are filled. However, if  you’re interested in participating in a future series, please contact Alan or Mitzi. 

Catch up on the latest news through our newsletter, the E-Link. 

Follow Cary Presbyterian Church on Facebook at our page here

 

Other News

CPC Reopening Task Force News

For the latest information on the path forward towards opening CPC church facilities, go to the CPC response to COVID-19 page.

In response to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Cary Presbyterian Church is establishing the CPC Cares: COVID-19 Community Assistance Fund.  The purpose of the fund is to financially assist our members, friends and community partners during this time of crisis.

Half of the offering received will be immediately disbursed to Dorcas Ministries and The Carying Place, two local charities with large CPC financial support and volunteer involvement.  The other half will be retained to help with financial assistance for CPC members, friends and neighbors in need.  Any funds remaining after the crisis has passed will be disbursed to The Carying Place, Dorcas Ministries and other charities.

Find full details on how to participate on the CPC response to COVID-19 page under the Mission and Discipleship header.