Posts from June 2017

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Session Decision on Marriage Equality

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Sisters and Brothers in Christ, I write to let you know that at its monthly stated meeting last evening the session voted to approve the following motion: The Session of CMPC will not discriminate based on sexual orientation against couples who seek to hold their weddings on church grounds.   In other words, the sexual orientation […]

Ethiopian Drought

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Drought in Ethiopia   Eastern Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, and Djibouti) is experiencing one of the worst droughts in decades. Since 2016, repeated cycles of reduced rainfalls and persisting political instability have led to a significant deterioration in food security and to increasing numbers of internal and cross border displacement. The number of people in […]

West Side Story Ministry Group

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West Side Story Group Our most recent meeting was held at Christ Memorial Church during which we finalized our budget for 2018 and made some plans for the remainder of the year. Over the summer we hope to host a pastors dinner (date and location to be determined) and an Elders Breakfast (July 22, location […]

Preschool News May 2017

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What a wonderful year we have had at Christ Memorial Christian Preschool!  It is hard to believe that we have come to summer already! Our last month was busy with many special and fun activities.  We enjoyed exploring the fun of spring, investigating plants and bugs.  The students even spent a day learning all about […]

Capital Campaign and Ministry Expansion update

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It is hard to believe but almost two years have passed since we launched our “Grounded in Faith.  Growing to serve” capital campaign.  The campaign was a huge success on a number of fronts and we are so grateful for the continued faithful support from the members and friends of CMPC. Here is the latest […]

May Women for Women

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In May, some of the ladies of CMPC met at LaPalapa in Laurel.  It was a beautiful evening, so we enjoyed some appetizers and beverages on their patio.  There were some new faces, and we spent a relaxing dinner getting to know each other.  It was a very nice evening of fellowship.