Belonging to Christ
An African proverb says, "If you want to travel fast, go alone.
If you want to travel far, travel together."
The strength needed for the journey of discipleship comes through authentic
relationships with others seeking Christ. We often experience belonging to Christ
through Christian friendship and support.
Our high school, middle school and elementary school youth ministry includes the LOGOS Midweek Ministry.
The LOGOS ministry seeks to nurture children and youth into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ through authentic Christian relationships with peers and adults in the congregation.
For more information about our Youth Ministry, please click
The Adult Choir has rehearsal Wednesday evenings at 7:30 pm.
We welcome and encourage anyone who is interested to contact our Musical Director, Don Burgess:
If you enjoy singing or playing a musical instrument, but are unable to participate in the choir program, we would like to use your talents also. While the choir does the "main anthem" for the service, there are plenty of other opportunities to offer your musical talents during the service - prelude, offertory, postlude.
If you do want to offer a musical offering, we ask that you notify us in advance (especially if there is a particular Sunday that you would want to offer your gift). If you have a particular song in mind, we will need to make sure that it liturgically correlates with the service. We do have a library of music to draw from, but it is better if you have a piece in mind.
Small Groups help believers deepen their faith, joining others in study, support, prayer, and
accountability. It worked for the first Christians, and it still works today.
CPC is developing a small group ministry for different demographics, times, and needs.
Shepherding Groups allow called leaders to look after and offer assistance to a small "flock" of
church members. CPC shepherds share the pastoral care of the congregation with the pastor and session.
Presbyterian Women of Catoctin
The mission of the Presbyterian Women is to commit themselves to nurture their faith through prayer and Bible Study, to support the mission of the church worldwide, to work for justice and peace, and to build a caring community of women that strengthens the Presbyterian Church.
The Presbyterian Women of Catoctin meet as a Circle in member's homes to share coffee, friendship and Bible study.
To learn more about what we are doing, please check out our
Dates to Remember, and our
Good News newsletter!