Community Presbyterian Church, Hampton, VA

Spring Fling Fair 2021

This year the Spring Fling will be held April 24th, with a rain date of May 1st. All activities will be outside with COVID precautions.

We will have a CPC rummage table (or 2 or 3). To donate to the church, all items, except clothes, will be accepted. You may begin to bring items on Sunday, April 18, and if possible, please have your donations at the church by April 22nd. Please have items clean and ready to be priced. Items can be placed in the Conference Room. If you have any questions please contact Marlene Shackelford at 757-722-1794.

Also we are renting out rummage sale spaces for $20.00 if paid by the April 22nd and $25.00 if paid the day of the event. Please contact Lori at the church (757-851-1292) or Mary Ann Vanasse (757-851-2046).

We are having a bake sale table. We would appreciate any donated baked goods. You can contact Tommie Marshall at 757-508-8083.

Barbeque and hotdogs will be sold the day of the event. Orders for preordering BBQ will
be taken. The signup sheet will be on the bulletin board starting April 11th. BBQ by the pound will be $7.00 per pound. If you have any questions contact Dennis Hermann at 757-876-9482.

We also will have a plant sale. The order sheets will be available April 11th. They also will be on the bulletin board. If you want a shrub or plant that is not listed please contact Jane Hermann at 757-876-9487.

Once again, Jennifer Parker has volunteered to handle the vendors. If you are a vendor, please contact Jennifer at 757-876-5309.

Last but not least, we need volunteers. This is a big event and requires many volunteers working together. It has been over a year since we have been able to congregate and this is such a good way for us to see each other and work together.

Update on Worship with the Covid-19 March 28, 2021

Dear Community Presbyterian Church worshipers,

We hope this finds you well.   There continues to be restrictions and recommendations as to how to hold worship in a more responsible manner reducing the risk of exposure and community spread of the coronavirus.   The Session  decided to hold in-person worship Sunday, March 28,2021.  There is a number of changes to the order of worship and the physical environment of the building to ensure compliance with the recommendations and requirements to hold worship.  We have received significant guidance and mandates from state and local officials as well as our Presbytery which has assisted with formulating these guidelines. 

  1. Please notify the church office by phone (851-1292) or email if you plan to attend worship for the first time since the Covid shut down of the church. Due to social distancing guidelines we will have reduced capacity for members to attend in-person services and this allows us to plan accordingly.
  2. Face masks or coverings must be worn inside the building in Accordance with Executive Order issued by Governor which currently remains in effect.
  3. We are asking all members and visitors to enter through the main entrances on either side of the building. Hand sanitizer will be placed at that location, please utilize when entering the building and proceed directly to the sanctuary where you will be directed to your seat. 
  4. Bulletins and hymn books will not be utilized. All information will be on the Power-  Point presentation to minimize “touchpoints” while members are in the building. 
  5. Nursery will not be provided initially as we return to worship. Services will be more abbreviated and children are always welcome in the sanctuary for worship.  We will begin having a nursery as we move through the summer and evaluate the ability to safely do so.
  6. Live singing will not occur at this time. Significant data has shown that singing and the use of wind instruments breaks down the droplets to a finer mist and travels further in the area increasing risk of transmission.
  7. If you are ill, please stay home.
  8. A basket will be placed in a central location for you to place your offering in, the offering plate will not be passed during worship. Please use only checks, no cash tithes can be accepted during worship at this time.

We will be recording worship services and sending the information out to members to allow for those most vulnerable of our members to continue to participate while they remain safer at home.  Please know, the Session recognizes that members and guests may have a variety of responses to in-person worship being held.  We support all member’s personal decisions regarding whether they continue to worship remotely or in-person.  Thank you for your patience and faithfulness as we take these steps forward. If you have any additional questions or concerns, please let members of Session know so that we can address them directly. 

 Community Presbyterian Church

Word of Inspiration

lightThe Lord is my light and my salvation–whom shall I fear? The Lord is the stronghold of my life–of whom shall I be afraid? Psalm 27:1

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Presbyterians Are Unique

CPC-WP-LogoPresbyterians distinguish themselves from other denominations by doctrine, institutional organization (or “church order”) and worship; often using a “Book of Order” to regulate common practice and order. The origins of the Presbyterian churches were in Calvinism. Many branches of Presbyterianism are remnants of previous splits from larger groups. Some of the splits have been due to doctrinal controversy, while some have been caused by disagreement concerning the degree to which those ordained to church office should be required to agree with the Westminster Confession of Faith, which historically serves as an important confessional document – second only to the Bible, yet directing particularities in the standardization and translation of the Bible – in Presbyterian churches.

Presbyterians place great importance upon education and lifelong learning. Continuous study of the scriptures, theological writings, and understanding and interpretation of church doctrine are embodied in several statements of faith and catechisms formally adopted by various branches of the church, often referred to as ‘subordinate standards’. It is generally considered that the point of such learning is to enable one to put one’s faith into practice; some Presbyterians generally exhibit their faith in action as well as words, by generosity, hospitality, and the constant pursuit of social justice and reform, as well as proclaiming the gospel of Christ.


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