Adult Ministries

CP has various ministries designed with you in mind. Take a look to see how we can partner with you in your journey.

Adult Sunday School Groups- These groups meet each Sunday at 9:45am. This is a great opportunity to grow in your understanding of God’s Word and to connect in significant relationships with others. Current information is available at the Welcome Center in the Commons by the sanctuary. For more information, contact Pastor Mark Vincenti.

Adult Small Groups- God never intended for us to live our lives or our Christian faith alone.  He’s given us the gift of other people with whom we can laugh, grow and learn how to follow Him more faithfully. For more information, contact Pastor Mark Vincenti.

Men’s Ministries- If you would like to receive updates and news about our Men’s Ministry “Point Man”, please email the church office.  College Park also offers an opportunity for men to gather together for breakfast and a time of prayer every Monday morning at 6:30 am at Country Post Restaurant, here in Huntington. For more information contact Pastor Paul (paul@cpubchurch.com)

Women’s Ministries– Local events for our CP Women include: Ladies morning and evening Bible study groups, and monthly ladies luncheon out.  Contact us for more information.

 

••Service opportunities for those interested in serving in the church or community

•Group fellowship times to enjoy being together (throughout the year)

For more information about the Young Adult Ministry, contact the church office

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