Growing Faith at Home- Advent

Check out this simple and FUN activity, Where is Jesus? You can weave God’s story into your family’s Advent Season this way: Take a walk around your neighborhood or drive around town with your family. Encourage everyone to notice what kinds of holiday decorations people have at their homes and...

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You’ve Been Rack’d!

We hope this random act of Christmas Kindness makes you smile! May God’s blessings light the season, light your way!  Hear are some ideas that might assist you during the Advent season! Advent Week 1 November 29-December 6th Take some time before the chaos of the season takes over and consider how...

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Inter-generational Advent

Don’t miss the Inter-generational Advent Event on Sunday, November 29 (9:30 -11:30 a.m.). We have activities planned for all ages – including wreath making, ornament crafting, cookie decorating, and more! We set the time so that 8:45 a.m. worship attendees may come after worship, and stay past the Sunday School hour, and 11:00 a.m....

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Jenny Cudahy Update

Congregation- I am writing with a heavy heart to let you know that I have submitted my resignation as Director of Children’s Ministry at Centreville Presbyterian Church. These four years have been a deeply special time of ministry and growth – both personally and professionally – and I am forever...

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Punch with a Purpose

Changing Seasons and an Unchanging God This Sunday CPC offers a Punch with a Purpose special program where children ages preK-first grade are invited for a special time of Bible stories, seasonal crafts & punch. We know that faith grows best in community, and that includes children! Chris Kawchak, CPC...

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Using your Time and Talents

This past weekend we were challenged to “find out where you fit in Ministry”! If you haven’t gotten a chance, please go to our survey and let us know your thoughts!  As Bryan and Pastor Rob Bromhead have encouraged us to do- step out and be uncomfortable to serve Him and...

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Worshiping with your Kids

A couple of years ago in Children’s Church I asked the children about what we do in worship…and one of them responded in his five year old voice, “we praise the Yord!”  He went on to explain that “praising the Yord” meant to tell God we love Him, to sing...

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Why it matters….

If you know me at all – and especially if you have been in ministry with me  – you’ve heard me say (over & over) that the model of leaving “Christian Education” solely up to the church is flawed . Flawed for many reasons–  and the first being that Children’s...

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