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Care and Counseling

Developing Resiliency Group

The Care & Counseling Ministry is offering Developing Resiliency, a group to identify the negative self-messages and to learn to walk in the freedom God promises. The group will use materials from Brene Brown, leading researcher and author on shame, including her book, I thought it Was Just Me (But it Isn’t): Making the Journey from “What Will People Think?” to “I am Enough”.

If you have questions, please contact Jeanne Schneider at jschneider@chpc.org.

Meets: Tuesdays 7-8:30 pm, Counseling Center
Begins: April 10, 2018. Class will meet for 12 weeks.
Register: by April 10. Class size is limited to 10 participants.

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Children, Youth & Family Events

Crash Youth Summer Mission Trip, June 10-15

For current 7th-12th graders

Mulch Madness

The 9th annual CHPC Youth Mulch Madness Sale is a fundraiser for junior high and high school students going on service-learning trips to focus on others and become more united as a group. Students gain a new perspective on life by spending time with people from different cultural and economic backgrounds. June 10- 15, one group will go to Tuskegee, Alabama to work with Alabama Rural Ministry. Students will show love to families and kids through home repair and day camp ministries. July 2-8, another group of students will be at Camp Cotubic in Bellefontaine, Ohio. They will do work projects and support the week-long camping experience of children from Christ’s Community in College Hill.

Resident Camp

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Supper Club—April 23rd

Mon April 23 6-9pm, Fellowship Hall. Travel Berlin to Geneva with Drew & Cathy Smith & Reformation Tours. Visit sites familiar to the great reformers — Luther to Calvin. Reserve Dinner 721-3125; 7pm presentation no charge.

Missions

Engaging Twenty-Somethings in God’s Mission – April 22nd

Mary Mallon Lederleitner recently completed her dissertation research about “Missional Twenty-Somethings” at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.  She meets with churches to share her findings and discuss generational issues as churches seek to pass the leadership to the younger millennial generation.
 On April 22, 2018, at the 10:00 – 11:00 am hour Mary will share a broad research overview and implications the findings are having on congregations.  In the afternoon from 2:00 to 4:30 pm Mary will facilitate a time of deeply interacting with the research in light of CHPC’s desires and dreams to engage fruitfully with twenty-somethings and millennials in ministry and mission.
 This event is free of charge but we ask you to register for our planning.  We will send a reminder the week of the event to all registered guests.
To learn more about the sessions that will be happening, click here.
Or you can Register Here

Swim Ministry

SUMMER SWIM MINISTRY 42nd Year

American Red Cross Swim Instruction with an Eternal Difference

Youth & Children’s Lessons (10am, 11am, 12am) at North Hills Swim Club,
Week #1: June 25-29

Week #2: July 16-20

Week #3: July 30-Aug 3

Minimum age is 3yrs and potty trained.

Adults Lessons (6-7pm) at Twin Towers’ Connection Pool July 9-13; July 23-27

Swimmer Brochure and Application – Click Here

Staff Application – Click Here