Announcements for the week of November 4, 2018

“ELEGY FOR EMMA” was written by former CPC music director, Dan Smith, in memory of Emma Pyle. Emma was a charter member of the handbell choir at CPC and the mother of current CPC Handbell Choir member, Gay Pryor.




CHANCEL FLOWERS THIS MORNING are given to the glory of God and in loving memory of loved ones by Diana Cline.


TODAY IS ALL SAINTS’ SUNDAY, a day to remember and honor the lives and ministry of CPC members who have gone to be with the Lord in the past year. White roses on the piano are in remembrance.




SECOND CALL for a congregational meeting after worship today, November 4, to approve financing from the Presbyterian Investment and Loan Program. SECOND CALL for a congregational meeting next Sunday, November 11, after worship for the election of new officers.





THIS MORNING after worship we are “Extending the Table”, bringing worship into the world through a hands-on mission opportunity, Rise Against Hunger.  CPC is packing more than 12,000 nutrient-rich meals to be sent to hungry people all over the world. Volunteers of all ages are needed to join us in Fellowship Hall.  Unfortunately we have fallen short on the $3,507.48 needed to cover the cost of the meals, so donations will be gratefully accepted this morning and throughout the rest of the month. You will find a donation box in Fellowship Hall.



CENTRALCONNECTION, our after-school program for children grades K-5 on DASD early dismissal days, is this Wednesday, November 7, 1:30-5pm.  Margaret Van Gilder directs the program and CPC volunteers guide the students through prepared crafts, music and recreational activities.  Please contact Margaret at [email protected] if you’d like to volunteer.


SECOND FRIDAYS, for our youth in 3rd-5th grades, will be having a Family Game Night this Friday night, November 9, 6:30 to 8:30 pm. Parents, grandparents and siblings are welcome to join in the fun.


THE CPC MEN’S MINISTRY will meet this Thursday, November 8, in the Prayer Room, from 1:30-3:00 pm.  They will be discussing James 5:7-20, “Patience in Suffering/The Prayer of Faith.” Contact Gerry Mello or Peter Ayukachale with questions or for more information. Newcomers welcome!


THE WELL – Central is joining The Well’s monthly renovation workday on Saturday, November 17, 8:00am-4:00pm.  All skill levels are welcome!  A sign-up sheet is waiting for YOU at the welcome center.  Please contact Kevin Zeeger  if you have any questions.


WONDER!  Sign up for this Wednesday’s Wonder dinner, which will be barbecued chicken sandwiches, at the Welcome Center or online at  There is a suggested $5 per person donation; maximum for a family is $20.  You can also feel free to bring along your own dinner and share in the fellowship.


CHRISTMAS OUTREACH.  Please help the Honey Brook Food Pantry make Christmas a little merrier by donating cranberry sauce, turkey or chicken gravy, stuffing mix (like Stove Top), and/or a large aluminum cooking pan for the Pantry’s Christmas distribution.  The pantry provides a turkey and all the fixings, and anticipates 250 families will receive the holiday food.  Place your items in either of the boxes in the narthex by November 25.  Thank you!


THANK YOU! On behalf of the Kids Central Playground campaign, thanks to all who came out for the Texas Roadhouse Dine-to-Donate Fundraiser last week. The response from both CPC and KCP families was overwhelming. The numbers aren’t in yet, but I was told it was “way busier than a regular Tuesday night”! Thank you again for supporting this exciting endeavor and for your continued support of Kids Central!     Robin Chiavetta, Director





SALVATION ARMY BELL RINGING – Once again Central is supporting the Salvation Army by ringing bells for their Red Kettle Campaign on Black Friday, November 23, at the Exton Mall. This is one of their major fundraising efforts that help support their programs throughout the year.  We need two volunteers to cover each hour from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.  All ages are welcome!  Please sign up at the Welcome Center today.  Contact Nash DeFord for more information.

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