CPC Community Groups are small, regular gatherings of roughly 8-12 people, designed to build intentional relationships within the greater, local body of Christ. Groups launch in August and run through May each year.

Community Groups are primarily multi-generational and mixed-gender. They meet at various times and locations throughout the week, in homes or at the church building. Most groups meet weekly, while some meet 2-3 times a month. Each group offers a dynamic blend of fellowship, Bible study, prayer, and service.
CPC Community Groups are places where people are ENCOURAGED by authentic relationships, EQUIPPED by God and His Word, and ENGAGED in God's mission for our church and community.
Community Groups serve as a clear “next step” for people at CPC to begin or continue building authentic relationships in a smaller setting within the greater body, to “encourage one another all the more,” as the author of Hebrews exhorts (Hebrews 3:12-14).
Community Groups help to “equip the saints” through studying God’s Word, identifying and employing spiritual gifts, and praying together for one another often as they gather (Acts 2:42-47).
Community Groups help focus individuals toward various missions and ministries of CPC by partnering with locally supported organizations as well as missionaries abroad, to help further the mission of the church through small group efforts (1 Peter 4:7-11).