Sunday services take place at 9am in Roselle and at 10:45am in Wheaton (Sunday school for all ages at 9:15am in Wheaton and at 10:30am in Roselle). Please contact Pastor Jon with any questions ( All are welcome to join us!

Summary of Worship Guidelines September 2021

What to Expect

What to Expect

Worship Service

Our Sunday morning worship services open with a welcome and some announcements, and then we transition to the time of worship. Worship includes singing, corporate and private prayer, affirming of creeds and liturgy of the church, preaching, and a once-a-month celebration of the Lord’s Supper. We print a detailed worship folder/bulletin each Sunday, so that worshipers can follow along in the service with ease. The center of our service is the preaching of the Word, which is normally done by our senior pastor. Our normal practice is “expository” preaching, which takes us through a book of the Bible, passage by passage and week by week. There is time for greeting and chatting with people both before and after the service, and we normally serve hot/cold beverages and light snacks.

Children’s Ministry

We take our ministry to the children of CPC very seriously, and we care deeply about helping kids learn God’s Word and grow in their love for Jesus Christ! During the school year, we have age-based Sunday school classes for kids ages 2 through high school following the worship service in Roselle and preceeding the worship service in Wheaton, and nursery available during that hour for children under 2. Then, during the worship service, we offer nursery for children under 3, and “Junior Church” for children ages 3-5. We also have a cry room and lobby area for parents and babies or young children. We invite kids ages 2-8 to stay in the service with their parents through the “Children’s Sermon,” which is given by Pastor Jon each week.

Adult Sunday School

Adult Sunday School also meets after the worship service in Roselle and preceeding the worship service in Wheaton.

Community Groups

Next to Sunday morning attendance, the best way to get “plugged in” here at CPC is to join one of our geographically-based “Community Groups,” which generally meet on weeknights in the homes of small group leaders. We have 7 different small groups, which are centered around Bible study, fellowship, prayer, and service. Contact Pastor Jon if you would like to get connected to a Community Group.

Big Family Fellowship (BFF) Meals

We meet quarterly, following our Sunday morning service, for “Big Family Fellowship” (“BFF”) meals at CPC. We serve a full lunch, and use the time to fellowship together and get to know one another in the body here. Stay tuned for dates, which will be announced on Sunday mornings and in our weekly newsletter.