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Christian Discipleship

The mission statement of the Christian Discipleship Team is to engage and empower people through interactive classes and meaningful relationships and connections. Our goal continues to be to gain understanding of how we grow in our faith, recognize how God has opened our eyes to see things in a new way, and reflect on ways our hearts are being changed. We are committed to assisting the people of CPC with self-discovery, world awareness, and discipleship through educational opportunities and small groups. Each year we offer Bible and book studies, community events (such as a Kentucky Derby party, museum tours/outings, nature walks, etc.), Second Sunday programs, social justice activities/classes, and Lenten/Advent resources and events. As we continue in our discipleship journey together, we are excited to continue to learn from one another, grow in faith, and explore how to more faithfully, justly, and lovingly be the hands and feet of Jesus in the world!

Matthew 25 Congregation

Christian Discipleship: Join Us


If you enjoy reading fiction, join us in June & July as we discuss the novel “Caleb’s Crossing” by Geraldine Brooks. It is an historical tale, set in Martha’s Vineyard, that tells the story of the first Indigenous person who overcame many obstacles to graduate from Harvard College. Brooks takes the few acts that have survived and creates a beautiful tale of adventure, passion, and faith told from the perspective of Bethia Mayfield, an English Puritan who meets and forms a lasting bond with Caleb. 

Grab a cup of coffee and join in the conversation after the 10AM 
worship services on the following Sundays: 
June 9th & 23rd, July 7th & 21st 

If interested, the novel is available on Amazon, in all formats, 
for around $18. Below are the two alternate covers for the book. 
This study will be led by Barry Murr, so please see him with any questions. 

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Christian Discipleship: Testimonials
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