If you’re looking for

more hope, faith and love,

you’ll fit right in here.

 

 

 

 

CPC COVID-19 Preparedness Worship Plan

(updated 7/10/20)

  • Join us as a virtual community of Christ, Sundays at 9:30 am (instructions here)

  • Sunday School and Youth Cubes are on hiatus until further notice

The church office and building is currently open 8:30 - 5:00 M-F. Safety protocols to ensure everyone's safety are listed below.

The Child Care Center is currently open. Check out the new health and safety measures we’ve put in place to protect families and staff.

  • Visitors with business are welcome

  • For pastoral care visits / conversations, please call Pastor Beth

  • All visitors must wear mask

  • Call Shannon Nyhart at the posted phone number when you arrive in the parking lot. This applies to everyone, even if you have an access key.

  • All exterior doors will be locked. Door 5C, 6D, 7D only doors available for entry

  • Shannon will meet you at the door and take your temperature PRIOR to your entry into the building

  • Everyone must continue to wear a mask in building

  • Must maintain 6 ft social distancing from others

  • If working in a private office with no other people present, may remove mask

  • Temperature and sign in records will be maintained by Shannon

  • Please let Shannon know when you are leaving building

As always, please do not come to the building if you are feeling ill or have been in contact with someone who is ill. If you develop symptoms after leaving the building, please let Shannon now. 

Please see the full "CPC Operating Guidelines under Restore Illinois Phase 3" document for more information on our reopening and specific informations in regards to Devotional and Committee meetings, Special Events, CCC and cleaning. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Pastor Beth by text or calling: 630-400-1401or to email Beth, click here

Find hope.

Be hope.

A lot of times these days, church is seen as something that’s exclusive, closed-minded, and judgmental. But at Community Presbyterian Church, we come together each week as a gathering of people that aren’t all alike, but that are all open to each other, rooted in tradition, but not stuck in it.

 

We come together to talk and listen, learn and teach, laugh and cry, sing and pray, and along the way, figure out how we can love others, love God, follow Jesus, and not only find hope for ourselves, but be hope in the world, too.

 

If that’s the kind of church you’re looking for, you’ll fit right in here.

 

Community —it's in our name.

At Community Presbyterian Church, community is part of our name because we’ve seen how important it is and what a difference a sense of connection and real belonging makes in our lives. And we want everyone who walks in our doors to find that too, whatever your gender, age, sexual identity, religious background or lack thereof, no matter what the color of your skin, where you come from, or the amount of money in your bank account.


From our communal Sunday morning gatherings to smaller groups and events focused on your specific interests, there are plenty of ways to connect here. And if you aren’t sure where to start, get in touch with one of our staff—we’d love to help you.

Church doesn't just happen inside our building.

To us, church isn’t just about caring for those within our walls — it’s about caring for those outside of them, too. Beliefs matters a lot less to us than who we’re being in the world and what we’re doing. Jesus told us to love our neighbors — all our neighbors. So this means that around here, we talk about what’s going on in the world, and look for real, practical ways we can be loving neighbors, to those nearby and those far away. We strive to be  a part of changing things for the better. Whether you’re interested in helping out at the church, getting involved in a local community effort or participating in a global mission project, we hope you’ll join us, in whatever way you can.

 

Whether you’re interested in helping out at the church, getting involved in a project in our local community or one in another country, we hope you’ll join us, in whatever way you can.

 

There's a lot going on around here.

From Sunday School to service projects, no matter what your age or interests, we have a full calendar of events to choose from. Here’s what’s happening this month.

 

"Dialogues on Race"

New Adult Ed

2nd & 4th Mondays

6:00 - 7:30 pm

Starts Monday Aug 10

 

Shared with

Christ Lutheran Church of Clarendon Hills

Led by Rev. Erin Clausen

 

Dialogues On Race: Learner Book replicates a conversational experience by giving participants a reader on race. Each topic is packed with well-researched information, but brought to life with the lived experience and stories of people at the center of the topic.

The book can be ordered online, but not required.

 

click here to link to classes via ZOOM

 

Meeting ID: 277 247 648

Passcode: 021969

 

Class dates are: Aug 10, Aug 24, Sept 14, Sept 28, Oct 12, Oct 26 and Nov 9.

 

Each class is stand alone; so join for one or all of the sessions.

Please RSVP to Gregg Morton if you wish to attend.

 

The Pandemic

Calls for

Closed Hymnals

 

 

Some things must change as we live and worship in the months of a global pandemic. One of them is our deliberate choice to refrain from communal singing when we are gathered in the sanctuary.

 

We now have one voice, a cantor, who sings the hymns on behalf of all. The rest of us present in the sanctuary, stand and sing them only in our hearts.

Click here to read an excellent article from The Christian Century on why our hymnals are closed.

ALL INVITED TO JOIN THE AMOS GROUP

 

 

The Amos Group is a gathering of CPC folks who are dedicated to study, discussion and discernment around racism, white supremacy and institutionalized racism. In the beginning stages of forming, we welcome all!

We are reading some books, connecting with other churches to share adult ed studies, and considering where God is calling.

Join as we seek to emulate the calling of the prophet Amos, "let justice roll down like waters,and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream". Amos 5:24.

Contact Gregg Morton for more information.

 

Next meeting: August 12, 7:30 pm

CPC is home to the CPC Preschool and Child Care Center
Click the logos for more program information

CPC Child Care Center is now open!

CPC Preschool is now enrolling for the 2020-2021 school year! 

Check out the new health and safety measures we’ve put in place to protect families and staff. We can’t wait to see you soon! 

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Registration for CPC Preschool is now open for the 2020-2021 school year.  Click on our logo above for more  information about our great Preschool program.

Tours are always available by appointment.  To schedule a tour or for any questions, please contact Kristin Duy, CPC Preschool Director, at 630-323-6522 or email preschool@chcpc.org 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


The CPC Child Care Center is now open and accepting registration for the following. click on the logo above for more information.

  • New for summer 2020! Full day Summer Camp Care for children 3 –12 years 

  • Fall 2020 Full Day Early Learning Care for 3, 4 and 5 year old children

  • Fall 2020 Before and After School Care for morning Kindergarten students at Prospect, Walker and Manning schools

  • Fall 2020 Before and After School Care for 1st grade—12 year old students at Prospect, Walker and Manning schools.

 

Click on our logo above for more information or for a private tour, contact Laura Cunningham, Center Director, by email: childcare@chcpc.org  or call  630-654-4014

 

We'd love

to connect with you.

**Currently we are worshipping via virtual live streaming, Sundays at 9:30 am. Instructions HERE**

 

Attending a church for the first time can be a little intimidating, but we’d like to make the experience as relaxed as possible. If you have questions about what a typical service is like, what we believe, what to wear, where to park, that sort of thing, you will find a lot of answers here. And if you have any other questions, we’d also love to talk with you via phone, email or in person.  

630-323-6522                office@chcpc.org

39 N. Prospect, Clarendon Hills, IL 60514

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 39 N Prospect Ave.  

Clarendon Hills, IL 60514 

(630) 323-6522       

office@chcpc.org​     

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