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Thanks to the Congregational Fellowship Team (who has graciously committed to supplying coffee and snacks).
Please sign up here at SignUpGenius and let us know if you would be willing to help once in awhile with this fun fellowship opportunity! (Sign-up slots are available in May and beyond.)
We need age group helpers, readers, craft leaders, recreation leaders, and kitchen help. Group leaders are most successful when they can be here regularly. We will also need at least one check-in and general help coordinator.
Duplicate mandatory training for all will be held either at the Kirk of Kildaire PC, Wednesday, May 30 at 5:30 p.m. or at CPC Tuesday, June 5 at 6 p.m. (or at Greenwood Forest Baptist at 7 p.m., date TBD). And, there will be another training for all volunteers working directly with the children about group management, not yet scheduled. Finally, we’re specifically looking for leaders who can help the parents with baking (including bread baking), budgeting, Zumba, and hair cutting/styling.
This group does not object to the Second Amendment but believes common-sense solutions can help decrease the escalating epidemic of gun violence. The Be SMART campaign asks parents and all responsible adults to prevent these tragedies by following five simple steps.
Both gun owners and those who don't own guns will find this a compelling and informational program. CPC members and friends are invited to this upcoming event sponsored by CPC’s Social Justice Ministry.
You can only donate blood every eight
weeks. Therefore, please do not donate after March 3 to be eligible for our
Mark your calendars: we hope to see you there!
Find the season schedule for CPC Gray and CPC Green at this link: https://tinyurl.com/ydefffb4.
(Schedule is subject to change. Check the calendar on the CPC website and the weekly bulletin listings for up to date information.)
The purpose of an M&E grant is to provide resources to support faith-based initiatives. These initiatives must align with the overall purpose of the Endowment Fund, which is to provide opportunities for members to support the benevolent, educational, and mission work of the whole church.
The grants are one-time, non-recurring gifts and are not intended to replace existing budgets or support ongoing projects. Any CPC member may apply.
Some examples of past grants are: Stop Hunger Now, Prayer Shawl Ministry, Fair Trade Coffee, Guatemala projects, Bridge to Life Ministry, Children in Worship, Be the Hands, Indoor Labyrinth, and many more…
Not sure if a certain initiative falls within the parameters of the grant guidelines? Please contact one of the committee members with this or any other questions regarding the application process. The committee members are Donna Adkins, Barbara Carew, Jeff Clark, Barbara Nelson and Brian Short – team lead.
Once a month - the third Tuesday of each month - drive a delivery route at lunch time for Meals on Wheels. You will deliver 10-12 meals in the Cary area with meal pick-up at Resurrection Lutheran Church on Kildaire Farm Rd.
The Health Ministry Team is looking for two volunteers to co-chair our bi-annual blood drives. Responsibilities include working with the American Red Cross to schedule and coordinate blood drives on a bi-annual basis. Training from current chair Sally Adams and support from the Health Ministry Team is included.
Join Mitzi for a casual visitor/new member meet-up Sunday, May 20 at 9:45 a.m. in the fellowship hall. Coffee and light refreshments provided.