Welcome to CPC!

Senior Luncheon!

It’s time to meet together again for food and fellowship! 

All seniors are invited to join us on

Sunday, January 25 at 11:30 a.m.

to enjoy a delicious meal prepared by Kris Veenbaas and her helpers. 

13.Senior Luncheon

Sign-up in the narthex on Sunday or call the church office

at 630-323-6522. 

Youth Sunday!

Sunday, February 1

Please join us for Youth Sunday at both the 9:00 and 10:30 a.m. worship services.

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Post-Disciples (sophomores, juniors, and seniors) are planning and leading worship.

Seniors will share their meditations on their faith journeys, which is always

a meaningful part of these very special worship services.  

Our theme this year is “Gifts,” so come to hear about how God gives us gifts

and how we are gifts to each other.

Annual Meeting

 Sunday, February 8

On this Sunday we will have one worship service with communion at 9:00 a.m.

We will also ordain and install the elders and deacons of the Class of 2017.


Following worship, please join us

for the Annual Meeting and Brunch.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gather with the church family

and review last year and our plans for the future.

Need more information?

You may find further information about all the 

latest happenings at CPC in our Sunday bulletins

and our monthly Community Press newsletter.

For the Sunday bulletin, click on “Worship” and then “Bulletins.”

For the newsletter, click on “Our CPC Press Newsletter.”


Through our paper recycling program,

we raise a small amount of money for mission,

and we keep a lot of paper out of the landfill.

Drop your clean paper in our PaperRetriever Recycling Bin

which is located at the southeast corner of the church parking lot.

What goes in:

  • newspapers & inserts
  • magazines & catalogs
  • office & school papers
  • mail

None of the following:

  • no cardboard
  • no food boxes, fiberboard or chipboard
  • no textbooks or hard cover books
  • no phone books

We began our Paper Retriever recycling in April, 2010.

Since that time the amount of paper we have collected and recycled through this

program has saved trees, space in landfill,

and many kilowatt hours of energy.

Up to June, in 2012, we had recycled six tons (12,000 lbs) of paper:

that is equivalent to 102 trees,

18 cubic yards of landfill space,

24,612 kilowatts of electricity,

it reduces air pollution by 360 lbs,

and saves 42,000 gallons of water (spared from the manufacturing process).

(It’s also the same as stuffing an elephant into our recycling bin!)

Save and bring your recyclable papers to us, and help us save a tree, and make a difference.

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