Adult Discipleship seeks to help each person become a more mature follower of Jesus Christ.

Life Groups

Life Groups are the heart of CPC and we hope you’ll join one! It’s your chance to intentionally connect together as a church family in worship and go deeper in a small group setting. Depending on the season’s hosts and facilitators, Life Groups meet in-person or sometimes virtually.  Join a Life Group to get to know each other AND connect as a church family.

Get in contact with a Life Group leader below or contact Paul Lauerman at


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gathers women of all ages for morning and evening Bible Studies, special events and conferences. Be challenged and grow in your walk with the Lord amongst with a supportive group of women! To get connected, please contact Amy McMillan (

Click here to Register for Wed. 9:30am or 7pm Bible Study

meets for large group special events once a month — enjoying BBQs, tours, outdoor activities, and volunteering together — as well as weekly small group Bible studies. Get connected with fellow brothers in Christ! Please contact Mike Kershner (

Click here to Register for the Men’s Wed. 7:30am Bible Study


Whether you attend a Life Group or enjoy deep discussions with a friend, join us in taking a closer look at what was taught during Sunday morning worship.

The links below will be updated weekly and will also be readily available via Sunday Links ( and in the YouVersion Sermon Notes. Visit the Sermon archive to watch or listen to the livestream recordings.

SUNDAY SEMINARS: On Sunday mornings, we have engaging seminars addressing critical matters of our faith in the modern world.

God in the Workplace: Americans on average spend more time in the workplace than anywhere else. How should faith in Christ change the way we approach those jobs and the way we survive them? Topics include:

  • God in the Forensics Lab (Nov 5th): Bob Bever will share his experience as a forensic scientist for over 30 years. He has had the responsibility of testifying in over 150 times on civil and criminal trials and had the honor of working with hundreds of scientists over his career (in addition to developing the cheek swab).


  • God in the Classroom (Nov 12th): Charles Forrest and Renee Miller have faced a uniquely difficult cultural and economic battleground in their time serving as principals of public schools in Northern Virginia.


  • God in the Crisis Zone (Nov 19th): Tony Polizzi has done things. Some he can talk about. Some he cannot.

For those who need childcare, please contact


Do you have questions about how you can best grow your faith at CPC?  Contact Paul Lauerman at