The Resurrection Project
Notice, or choose to do something that witnesses to new life, or resurrection life, every day between now and Pentecost.
(The 50 Great Days)
At Cedar Park United, you’ll find a progressive, welcoming community that is truly open to the outside world. We mean it when we say that our doors are open to all ages, races, denominations and sexual orientations. Together, we explore questions of faith and spirituality in and beyond the Christian tradition, and we are spurred on by our life and faith together to act on our shared concerns for social justice and caring for the earth.
Here’s a quick overview of activities coming up under our roof April 22 – May 27
To support our Food Security Ministry and Caring Community Initiatives into the future our kitchen will be completely redone this summer. Donations of any size welcome.
What would happen to the “resurrection story” if we tried to live it every day? Take the opportunity to notice, or choose, to do something that witnesses to new life, or resurrection life, every day until Pentecost?
Wonder why we do the things we do? Explore these questions with a group of curious senior youth and adults led by Rev. Elisabeth Jones. Lunch and Learn April 22 and/or 2 evenings May 2 and 9.
The Congregational Care Coordinator for Seniors (CCCS) role at Cedar Park United (CPU) involves the effective coordination and management of resources available within its Caring Community to support ministry programming with its seniors.
The family of 5 which we are sponsoring arrived on April 10. A welcome event is being planned in the next few weeks.