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Experience Lent at Cary Presbyterian Church

There are many events and opportunities for you to take part in during the Holy Season of Lent at Cary Presbyterian. Browse through the choices in the listings at this link, and pick up a brochure at the church in the Narthex literature rack.

Lent in a Bag (Available Now)

Lent in a Bag is now available to pick up in the Narthex.

Choose one night each week in Lent, and invite others to gather around to discuss the weekly symbol (provided) as a starting point for conversation. Join as friends, couples, families…but join this journey.

Moving Toward Compassion: Lenten Study

Tuesday evenings 7:30-9:00

In the CPC Parlor Beginning March 7, this five-week Lenten Study is based on Karen Armstrong’s book “Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life.’ Reading the book is helpful but not necessary.

Led by Rev. David Voss and Elder Jerry Slaymaker, the study will include general discussion and small group conversation plus a weekly challenge for participants. This seems an important topic for our times. We look forward to seeing you and helping us all move toward a more compassionate life.

Walking the Labyrinth, A Daytime Lenten Study

Tracing the path toward Jerusalem with the Gospel of Mark’s twists and turns of Jesus’ life will be led by Lori Pistor and Medora Hix. The study will be offered Wednesdays at 11:30 a.m. in Room 102, beginning March 8th and lasting through the rest of Lent. One session will include the use of our own labyrinth.

Ties That Bind

"I don't even know if they knew I was crying but it just meant so much to me..."

On February 20, 2017, CPC member Becky Hambrick sat down with her mother, Kathy Almond, to talk about how Kathy and her family have been ministered to by the congregation at CPC especially during Kathy's time of need.

Listen to the latest Ties That Bind

One Great Hour of Sharing

A gift to One Great Hour of Sharing enables the Church to share God’s love with our neighbors-in-need around the world by providing relief to those affected by natural disasters, providing food to the hungry, and helping to empower the poor and oppressed. THIS YEAR Accept the Fish Challenge!

Color your own Gracie the Fish box! (pictured at left) Fill it with coins. Bring it to worship on Palm Sunday.

Honors will be given to:  Most colorful Fish  Most unusual Fish  Heaviest Fish  Most quarters Fish  Youngest Fish contributor  Most Senior Fish contributor

Fish boxes are now available in the Narthex.

First Annual Glenaire Walk-Run-Roll: Saturday, April 1

Benefitting Presbyterian Homes Foundation: G5K beginning at 9 a.m.; 1 mile fun run/walk at 9:10 a.m.

A CPC Team is being formed!

Contact Kyle Allen for more information or glenaire5k.org