Since the Cedar Park Coffee House first opened its doors in 2005, it has hosted countless magical evenings filled with music, readings, poetry and laughter.
Our following continues to grow faithfully, and the word is out: the Cedar Park Coffee House is a happening place. So come, discover what hundreds already know and bring a friend or two or more!
Many thanks to Sam Kirkham for her dedicated leadership
of the Coffee House over the past twelve years!
The Cedar Park Coffee House provides a welcoming venue for
community building through:
- entertainment by local talent,
- refreshments to enhance the experience.
Current Season – Schedule
Visit our Photo Album by clicking on the following dates:
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some frequent questions people ask about the Coffee House. Should you have others, please contact us through the Church office.
Q: Where is the Coffee House held?
A: In the Community Hall of the Church building.
Q: When is the Coffee House held?
A: Five times per season on the last Friday of October, November, February, March and April. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. with fellowship & entertainment till 9:30 p.m.
Q: How much is admission?
A: Admission to the Coffee House is free. There is a freewill offering at intermission time to help defray the cost of refreshments. From time to time we hold a fundraiser, which is announced in advance and for which tickets are sold.
Q: Where do I sit?
A: You may sit at any of our candle-lit tables. Seating is first-come-first-served. If you’re new to the Coffee House, be sure to speak to one of our greeters at the door, who will be happy to seat you or pair you up with someone at a table.
Q: What if I wish to perform?
A: Tell us about your special gift. Leave your name and number with the church office, and you’ll be contacted by our Coffee House Coordinator.
Coffee House Leadership
Coffee House Coordinator:
Concepts & Themes:
Richard Bastien, Terri Coyle
Sound & Equipment:
Emcee / Dramatic Reader:
Valerie Fortin, Patricia Schuler
Set-up & Tear-down:
Paul Fortin, Bruce Walsh
Fran Olsen, Rick Sheffer, Didi Rump