Due to COVID-19, in-person gatherings have been suspended.
Join us for worship Sunday mornings on Zoom.
Check your email for the link.

Click on the Worship link in the menu above for videos of previous worship services.

Worship July 5, 2020

Here is the link to the On Being episode with Vincent Harding that Pastor Megan mentions in her sermon.
Vincent Harding is author of the essay “Is America Possible?”

 


March 29,2020

Friends,

We now have the ability to receive payments electronically through PayPal. See the Online Giving buttons on the menu above and the menu to the left. Or click here:

 


Friends,

Check out these three free Kindle books from Presbyterian Publishing for devotion and worship at home:

Hello again from Erika at Presbyterian Publishing! In an effort to help your all’s ministries during the precautions many are taking in response to COVID-19, we’ve made three ebooks free through Amazon Kindle.

Living into Lent by Don McKim can be used as a devotional or group study: https://amzn.to/38S1q7b

Mindfulness and Christian Spirituality can help all of us during this time: https://amzn.to/38S0FuI

Overcoming Stress is also intended to provide insight and tools for stress reactions: https://amzn.to/38PV4oT

We also wanted to let you know that last year we started a Facebook group about reading the Bible in a year using the resource, A Year with the Bible. You don’t need to have the book to participate in the group and readings are posted in the group. http://bit.ly/2QfHIMm

 


March 13, 2020

 

 

We know that all things work together for good
for those who love God,
who are called according to his purpose.
(Romans 8:28)

Dear Members and Friends,

After careful consideration, the session voted last night to suspend all in-person meetings in the church building until April 1. This includes Sunday worship, small group gatherings, and committee meetings. The session and I will reassess the situation on April 1, and let you know what we decide.

You may have seen this graph from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which shows how early action reduces the incidence and intensity of infection in epidemics like the current one.More people will still get sick, but by implementing protective measures early, we can decrease that number and slow the rate of infection. By suspending in-person gatherings at CPC, we are doing our part to flatten the infection curve. This is the most important thing we can do to help our healthcare system and our neighbor.

The one exception to this suspension is the dinner that we are scheduled to provide for the FACETS Hypothermia Shelter at Pender UMC next Friday, March 20. Those arrangements are proceeding as planned. Contact Elder Nyambi Nyambi with any questions.

To keep us connected through this period of social distance, we will use our website, our Facebook page (Christ Presbyterian Church, Fairfax), and our email list. Your deacon will also be calling you, so please note their name and number in case you have a pastoral need.

Please join me on Facebook Sunday mornings at 10:30, when I will live stream a scripture reading, reflection, and prayer. You will be able to contribute your own thoughts and prayers by commenting on the stream. Either click on the link that will be on www.CPCFairfax.org, or go straight to the Christ Presbyterian Church, Fairfax page in Facebook.

I can also schedule Zoom meetings so that people may meet virtually. If you would like to schedule a meeting for your group, please let me know.

We have never been through a crisis like this before, so we may need to experiment with different approaches to find what works best for our community. Please be flexible, and bear each other and me with grace and patience. Remember that we are assured that we can do all things through Christ Jesus, who strengthens us (Philippians 4:13).

In Him,
Pastor Megan
Email: pastor@cpcfairfax.org

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