The Men’s Breakfast Fellowship
The Men’s Discussion Group is held in the Parlor every Tuesday at 7:00-8 a.m. All men from the church are invited to a “Bring Your Own Coffee” setting for discussion and fellowship. Currently, they are studying The Gospel of Hope by Walter Brueggemann.
Presbyterian Women Luncheon Programs
Come for food and fellowship the first Tuesday of the month – September-December and March to May – in Fellowship Hall. Reservations are not needed. Meetings include pot-luck and bag lunches, a Christmas Open House, and the Faith and Fellowship Breakfast in May.
Men’s and Women’s Retreat
Periodically, we offer a separate men’s and women’s retreat for our church community. These weekends offer time away from home to re-center, learn more about your faith, connect with friends from church, and spend time devoted to God.
Parties, Picnics & More
Along with our groups, we also offer lots of opportunities to just get together, share a meal, or simply enjoy each other’s company. Watch the Bulletin, Press and Website for gatherings such as Progressive Dinner, Advent by Candlelight, Mardis Gras Party, and an All-Church Picnic.
Presbyterian Women Bible Study Circles
Bible study groups meet the fourth Tuesday of every month, either in members’ homes or the church parlor. Choose a morning, afternoon or evening group to meet your schedule. These groups are hosted by our Presbyterian Women, which along with the Circle Bible study groups, support mission projects and special programs throughout the year.
Thursday Morning Devotions
Are you looking for a group where literature and Biblical discussion come together? This diverse group meets at CPC from 9:00 – 10:30 a.m. on Thursdays from September to the end of May. This class reads and discusses one book at a time, alternating Bible Study and devotional styles. All are welcome.
Circle of Voices
A women’s book discussion group, Circle of Voices usually meets the third Wednesday of each month, September through May at 9:30 a.m. in the parlor. They discuss a variety of books and participants can come whenever it fits their schedule. Books are available at the Clarendon Hills Library at the beginning of each month. All are welcome and are invited to go out to lunch after the discussion.