Shoot The Moon: What are We Doing Here? 11/12/17

TAKE NOTE of this week’s SCHEDULE:
Sunday School – 9:00am – ONE WORSHIP Service at 10:00am – Congregational Meeting – 11:15am

This Sunday, November 12, 2017 at our 10:00am Worship Pastor Cindy will preach on the theme “Shoot for the Moon:  What are we doing here?  (part 1)” based on the scripture texts from I Corinthians 12:12-27 and Matthew 5:13-16.    This is a 3-part series.   The Sanctuary Choir will be on hand to present “Go Light Your World.”

Following Worship we will have our annual Congregational Meeting for the purpose of approving the 2018 Budget & Council Candidates. CPUCC Disciples, Please bring your packet that was mailed to you earlier this month.  An updated Council Candidates is an insert in the bulletin this week.

Sunday School for All ages is being held this week at 9:00am.  Check out what’s happening in the three Adult classes by clicking on the link below for the Announcements.

You can see what’s happening in the Worship Bulletin and Announcements by clicking on these links:
17-1112 Worship Bulletin -One Service 10am
17-1112 Announcements – One Service 10am


Plan to be with us for “The Charging Station” Sunday nights at 5pm in the Fellowship Hall.  Different than our traditional Sunday morning worship, this service is geared toward those who like a more informal worship setting and prefer more “contemporary” music styles.   For information contact Pastor Scott at or (717-545-3782).  Find out this week’s topic by going to


The Sunday morning Worship service is audio recorded and available on CD upon request to Kathy at or 717-545-3782.  You may also check back to this page on Monday when I’ll post the audio recording of the Sermon & Special Music.
Sermon: 17-1112 Shoot for the Moon: What are we doing here?  Part 1
Special Music:  17-1112 Go Light Your World

Coming Soon:  

Taize Worship will be held on Thanksgiving Eve, November 22 at 7:00pm.   Taize is a peaceful, personal, prayer service for the renewal of the soul. In these times of anxiety, a quiet, contemplative service is helpful to re-focus ourselves on God’s ever-present comfort. All are welcome!