Habitat Muck-Out

CBPC Member, Larry Bell, worked with Habitat for Humanity on Saturday 10/27 to do a “muck out” on a house in Pender County.

Pledge Dedication and Harvest Festival on Sunday, Oct. 28

Mark your calendars, Sunday, October 28 is Pledge Dedication Sunday. Bring your completed pledge cards with you to worship and place them in the baskets at the beginning of the service. After the 11:00 service, plan to stay around for the Harvest Festival hosted by the Rising Women's Circle, the Youth and Community Programs Committee, and the Presbyterian Men's Fellowship. Click on the flyer to get details.

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CBPC Youth Volunteer for Hurricane Recovery

The CBPC Youth Group went to volunteer with the Salvation Army on October 2nd to sort and package cleaning supplies as part of Hurricane Florence recovery in our area. Thanks to all the young folks, their parents, and the adult chaperones who made this time possible.

Worship on Sunday, September 30th at 10am

CBPC Worship will be at 10am this Sunday (one of our 5th Sunday combined services). Also, during announcements at the beginning of worship we'll elect the incoming class of elders. The proposed slate of names from the Nominating Committee are as follows: Jane Grady, Sandy Panicali, Nick Parker, and Bettie Slusser. See you then.


The Cotton Patch Gospel, a re-telling of the gospel story of Jesus' life as if set in the rural south will be Sunday May 6, 4:00 P.M. at CBPC. Live foot-stomping, hand clapping, down-home musical performance (soundtrack to the show was composed by Harry Chapin) with Curtis Campbell, who plays Matthew. Curtis Campbell is a retired United Methodist Pastor and has been a soloist with the Cape Fear Chorale, Wilmington Symphony, and NC Symphony. A love offering with be taken to defray costs of performance rights and any expenses of the group

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***CBPC Sunday Schedule Change for Jan. 7, 2018***

The Session has decided that we are cancelling the 8:30am service and all Sunday School classes for tomorrow (1/7) due to the cold temperatures. The 11am service will still take place.

***Please plan to park in the back and enter through the Fellowship Hall glass doors.***  
The parking lot and sidewalks at the back of the church are mostly clear and dry. 
Because the front (facing North Lake Park Blvd.) of the church is shaded for much of the day, the ice there has not melted. 

Dow Rd. is clear from North Lake Park to the turn to come into the church. Drive slowly and carefully if you come in from this way because there will still be some ice on Seventh St. as you come around to the back. 

Turn in slowly from North Lake Park. The driveway that enters from North Lake Park will have patches of ice, but was already beginning to thaw on Friday. 

The main roads are clear, but some side roads (especially those with lots of shade) are still icy.  

***Your home's steps, driveway, street, or roads near you are not safe
***Your health, mobility, age, etc. are such that being out in these temperatures and conditions is too risky

If you are unable to attend, please remember to keep your pledges/donations up to date.  Even when we cancel services or people are out of town or unable to come for any reason, the church's bills still arrive on schedule.

Be safe and dress warmly. We trust you to make the decision that is right for you.