As members of Christ's Church, we embrace God's Holy Spirit every moment by hearing, sharing, and enacting the lessons in the Bible.
Our hearts are open every day to care for one another and for those we encounter in our daily interactions.
Our doors are open to our community every week for various group meetings, every Sunday for Worship & Church School, and so many other times during the year as the Community Presbyterian Church.
As a Church family we are committed to:
Jesus Christ as our only Lord and Savior.
The Holy Spirit as our daily guide.
Biblical teaching and preaching that informs our lives as Disciples.
Relationships; with one another and the world around us.
Children and youth as the future of the Church and society.
Missions both local and global.
We are proud to be the Community Presbyterian Church and strive every day to live up to our name.
“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” Psalms 119:105
The Scriptures are the Heart of all we do at the Community Presbyterian Church in Chester
Join us on Main Street
Since 1852 we have worshipped in the center of Chester Village
Coming Events at CPCC
CPC Book Club
Our next Book Club meeting will be January 31st at 7 PM. The book for this meeting is Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger. If you order the book in any format using the button below, a donation will be made to Community Presbyterian Church
This group meets most Saturday mornings from 8:30-9:30. Come and join us!
1/12: No meeting - Presbytery Meeting
1/19: Ecclesiastes 8:10-9:11
1/26: 11:7-12:8 - this is the final session for Ecclesiastes
2/2: New Study!
Young Parent's Group
Join other parents of young children for fellowship, group play time, and discussion. Our next meeting will be Saturday, 1/26 at 3pm in Fellowship Center. Come join us!
CPCC Snow Opening/Closings
Our basic rule is, "If schools are closed, we are closed".
For evening meetings, you simply need to contact the church office at 908.879.5091 to find out. If someone is there during business hours they will let you know. If you get no answer, assume we are still closed.
The bottom line is to use your own best judgement. If you have trouble getting out of your own driveway, then you will likely have trouble getting into the church, so please do not risk it. Just because the roads seem clear does not mean that walkways and exits are all clear and safe, "The devil is in the details", and they say.
We have a variety of youth groups for all ages. The schedule varies throughout the year so contact us stay tuned here or contact us fro current meetings