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Upcoming Events
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THU
Pastor's Bible Study - Book of Acts
12:00 PM
Using Greg Laurie's book, Upside Down Living, we'll dig into the events, miracles, and progress in spreading the Gospel in the 5th book in the New Testament, "The Acts of the Apostles."
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29

SAT
Men's Breakfast
8:30 AM
We meet at the Red Zone Cafe on 37th and Slide.
A Place 4 Kidz
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
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SUN
Nursery Provided
9:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Our nursery is located near the South Entrance on the opposite end of the foyer.
Sunday School for chldren
9:30 AM
Elementary Classes
Classic Worship
9:30 AM
This service in our sanctuary features our choir, organ and classic hymns and praise choruses. The atmosphere is relaxed, but with decorum of a traditional service.
LIT Youth Service
10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
The youth meet in the Estes Center under the direction of Stephen Simpson, youth director.
Coffee Fellowship
10:30 AM
Meet in Fellowship Hall for Coffee and treats.
Sunday School for Adults
11:00 AM
Adult Class and Senior Adult Class
Jesus 1.0
11:00 AM
This service is designed for learning to or interested in walking with Jesus. The atmosphere is casual and interactive.
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Cumberland Visiting Ministry

 

Cumberland Visiting Ministry
 
It is not how much we do, but how much love we put in the doing.
It is not how much we love, but how much love we put in the giving.  ~Mother Teresa
 
Cumberland Presbyterian Church Visiting Ministry was founded by Rev. Pat Driskell.  He trained two groups of volunteers that each strongly believed the heart of our Christian fellowship was worshiping together, and that the spiritual nourishment and renewal we received from coming together to praise God, as one body in Christ, is the essence of the Christian faith.  We were aware that there were many for whom getting to church had become physically difficult or impossible.  The Visiting Ministry program was organized to help those members maintain their connection to the church community. 
 
One group (with two teams) functions today as CVM, attempting to maintain the connection for those among us who are homebound, recovering from illness or surgery or who have the need for a personal visit.  The ministry members meet bi-monthly to plan the greeting card ministry and weekly visits and phone calls for a two-month period.
 
Our visits take us to homes, nursing homes and rehabilitation centers.  We have planned luncheon outings and birthday parties in an effort to bring the church to those we do not usually see on Sunday mornings.