Worship is at 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM on Sundays.
Our Preachers for February: Amy Pauw will preach on February 3 and 24; Gary Cook will preach on February 10; and Jim Hubert will preach on February 17 .
If you are unable to be at worship and would like to receive Homebound Communion this month, please call the church office (893-5381).
Youth and Adult Sunday School in February
During February the Earth Care team will lead a series of inter-generational Sunday school classes on climate change (9:45-10:45 a.m. in the Gathering room). During the class on February 10, Sadie Lawrence, a student at Manual High School, will tell us about youth efforts to tackle climate change(and may bring some friends with her, too). On Feb. 17, we will look at how we communicate with others about climate change, particularly with those across the climate change divide. We will also explore a few scripture passages and some overarching principles on how climate change is a moral and ethical issue, to help us articulate why we care about climate as people of faith. Rebecca Barnes will lead.
2019 First Sunday Afternoon Potlucks
This whole year we are going to have potlucks right after church on the First Sunday of each month. This month’s potluck was Feb.3, which also included CHPC’s annual meeting. The next date is March 3. We hope that you will mark your calendars all through the year so that you will not miss being with your church family on these occasions. Bring whatever you would like – home-cooked, store bought, the source does not matter. Just come with something yummy to share, tableware for you to use, or the willingness to use church dishes and help wash them in order to decrease CHPC’s use of disposable paper and plastic products this year.
This special time of coming together for food, fun and fellowship is sponsored by your Nurture Council. If you would be willing to help us with the set-up and clean-up one month this year, please contact Soni Castleberry, 417-6481 (text or phone), or email firstname.lastname@example.org. We would really appreciate the extra hands and the joy of getting to know you better as we work alongside one another.
Men’s Breakfast Group meets in Henry Young Hall each third Saturday of the month:
Come to the fellowship hall at 10 AM for coffee, OJ, pastry and bagels. The group is just for fellowship and fun. No program. We share joys and concerns around the table and laugh lot! All men of the church and visitors are heartily welcome! Spouses are welcome as well. For more information, please call Mark Barnes (513-255-0262) or Bob Abrams (458-2018).
El Tarasco Night, each third Saturday of the month:
Our regular Guatemalan Connection fund-raiser will be Saturday, December 15 from 6 – 9 p.m. at El Tarasco, 110 Fairfax Ave., just off Shelbyville Road across from Trinity High School. The restaurant donates 15% to our Guatemalan Connection when you ask that Crescent Hill Presbyterian Church be credited. If you can’t make it that night, please go another time. Thank you so much for supporting this easy way to add funds to this ministry.
Sisters of Sarah Book Club meets each third Sunday of the month at 4:00 PM:
Book club will meet this month in the home of Eva Stimson. We will be discussing Southernmost, by Silas House. Please contact Eva for more information (727-6778 or email@example.com).
New Contemplative Small Group Begins in January:
The Soul of a Pilgrim: Eight Practices for the Journey Within by Christine Valters Paintner
This new Contemplative Small Group (open to men and women) will begin on January 24, 2019. We will meet in the Gathering Room at CHPC on the fourth Thursday of each month from 11-12:30 from January through April. We will journey through this book together 2 chapters at a time, incorporating silence, discussion, prayer and guided meditations. The book is available for purchase through Carmichael’s Bookstore (20% off if you tell them it’s for Contemplative Small Group from CHPC) or on Amazon. Any questions, please contact Karen Hensel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Special Event on Racial Reconciliation:
Mark Your Calendars! The Mid-Kentucky Presbytery Beloved Community Committee, made up of members from Harvey Browne and Shawnee Presbyterian Churches, is planning a community-wide event entitled: “Silence into Action: Working Toward Justice and Equity.” The event will be held Saturday, March 2, from 9 AM to 1 PM at Beechmont Presbyterian Church, 417 West Ashland Avenue, Louisville. Alonzo Johnson and Aisha Brooks Lytle will be leading the event. (A similar event was held last year at Fourth Presbyterian Church and was excellent!) The event includes a catered lunch. All CHPC members are urged to attend. More information will be available later this month.