An Update on Re-Opening

PDF of CPC’s Re-Opening Statement

Sunday Worship

Regular Morning Worship Services will be held online until further notice.
There will be no Sunday School or Evening Worship Service.

(Link will be live at 6:00am on Sunday, May 31).

Downloadable bulletin for Sunday, May 31.

Downloadable Vietnamese bulletin for Sunday, May 31.

Downloadable Children’s bulletin for Sunday, May 31.

Sermon discussion questions

To access previous services, click here.

For Children’s Worship and Elementary Large Group resources and information, contact Kelly Robinson.

See additional resources below for other videos, articles, and links!


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Online Giving

There are two ways that you can continue to give during COVID-19. One is by putting your gift in an envelope and mailing it to the church office.

The other way you can give is right here! Click the button below to access our online giving platform.

Click here for a tutorial on online giving.


Care Meals
We have adjusted our procedure for delivering Care Meals at this time. Simply drop the meal off on the person’s porch and call or text them to let them know it’s there. And remember, if you are feeling sick, it’s best not to provide someone with a meal.
Go to and locate the schedule by recipient’s last name and password.
– James & Brooke Avery – birth of Samuel James on 4/13 
Password: 7289
– Hugh & Roberta Collison – loss of their son Glen
Password: 7241

Church Office

The church office will not be observing our regular hours. All church staff are continuing to monitor their voicemail boxes and e-mail inboxes throughout the day. However, please don’t hesitate to call the church office at 314-432-8700 to leave a message or e-mail the church office.

If you have a pastoral emergency you can call 314-399-8940.

Email the deacons or contact your fold elder if you need personal assistance.

How to Help

1. Check on the elderly, single parents, and children in your neighborhood. Please contact our deacons if you think they might be able to assist with emerging needs.

2. Pray.
Pray for nations that have already been hit hard by the Coronavirus, including China, Italy, Iran, and South Korea.
Pray for the welfare of our city, state, and national governments, as well as governments around the world who require great wisdom.
Pray as well for medical personnel who are on the front lines in this pandemic.

3. Volunteer to serve our city with Restore St. Louis

4. Remember your calling and take sensible precautions for the sake of our witness and the good of our neighbors.