Commerce Presbyterian Church

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“I’ll see you in church!”   Pastor Jeff Cain

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Welcome!

Commerce Presbyterian Church is Good, Basic, Church! Godly, Biblical, Christian!

Who needs church these days?  We all do!  We need to gather with our “family,” to feel the presence of God, to rely on God’s grace and guidance throughout our lives. A merciful God is waiting to bless us.  Commerce Presbyterian Church has a warm, loving congregation committed to showing God’s love.  It is true.  We are a church where love is more than a just word.

Wherever you are, whatever you’ve done, God loves you and so do we.  There is a place for you at Commerce Presbyterian Church. Stop in and see!

All fellowship activities which would
normally have been scheduled for April 2020 have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Until further notice, all worship services will be conducted online and streamed to the Commerce Presbyterian Church Facebook page for live or delayed viewing. Tune in to the CPC Facebook page on Sundays at 8:55 a.m. for our
Sunday Morning Worship Services!

Sunday:

  • Adult Choir Rehearsal – 9:00 am  – Cancelled
  • Sunday School – 9:45 am to 10:30 am  – Cancelled
  • Fellowship – 10:30 am to 10:45 am  – Cancelled
  • Worship – 8:55 am (virtual only)
  • Handbell Rehearsal – 2:00 pm  – Cancelled

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CPC Mission Council
Christmas Toy Drive
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We have a wonderful new opportunity to help our Jackson County kids in need this Christmas. Sheriff Janis Mangum and The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department are collecting new toys for our community kids who would normally do without this Christmas. CPC Mission Council will be collecting new, unwrapped toys between now and the close of business on Thursday, December 17th, 2020. You may drop them off the church or call me on my cell phone (678-458-5307) and I will come pick them up. I am at the church Monday thru Thursday from 6:45 to 5:00 and normally take lunch from 11:00 to 11:30 and short runs to the post office, but you may want to call me on my cell to confirm. The toy may be off your choosing (boy, girl, one of each, age - let the Holy Spirit be your guide.)

Our thanks to Linda Foster with Jackson County Family Connection for the referral.

Blessings and safe travels to you and yours,

Jeff Cain
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Prayer Update 30 NOV 20

YOU have no enemies, you say? Alas! My friend, the boast is poor; He who has mingled in the fray of duty, that the brave endure, must have made foes! If you have none, small is the work you have done. You’ve hit no traitor on the hip, you’ve dashed no cup from perjured lip, you’ve never turned the wrong to right, you’ve been a coward in the fight.” By Charles Mackay

Good morning All. Let us all give our thanks and praise to Almighty God and remember our family, friends and neighbors in need -

“Remember not the former things, nor consider the things of old. I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” Isaiah 43:18-19

David had to run away from King Saul and for pretty good reason. You see, Saul wanted to kill David. David found a hiding place in a cave in Adullam and while there, he heard that the Philistines were laying siege to the city of Keilah which just happened to be a very short distance away. If David left the safety of his hiding place in the cave in an attempt to save the city, he would disclose his location to Saul. So, David did the only thing he knew to do - he prayed, and the Lord told him that he and his army would defeat the Philistines in Keilah. However, David’s men were not so convinced of their chances of success, you see they were a bit distressed and uneasy about the entire plan. So, once again, David prayed to Almighty God a second time for assurance. And once again, the Lord told David to move out with his army and save the city of Keilah David and his men obeyed God, they mounted up, they moved out, and God gave them their victory. As we start our journey into Advent and prepare for the birth of the Christ child, has Almighty God placed something on our hearts to do something that appears to big to overcome? Or is it something that makes us feel uncomfortable or even afraid? Do we all of sudden feel like we lack the ability and confidence to get the job done? Well folks, there is only one answer - keep praying. The Lord knows all of our weaknesses and He is certainly patient enough when we need to turn back to Him for reassurance when it comes to those things we feel as overwhelming or jobs we feel we cannot handle. So, as we pray to God, thank Him for His patience and confidence that He places in each of us.

Pray with me,

Almighty God, thank you for this day and for one more opportunity to serve You and carry out Your will. Lord, we pray for peace in every nation, that folks will turn their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks and study war no more. We pray for peace in Christ’s body - put an end to fear and fighting, and help each of us to proclaim in word and deed the good news of salvation to all. And Lord, we pray for peace in this place - for safety in our homes, in our communities, for the prosperity of our neighbors, and for the health and welfare of family and friends. Lord, You woke us from sleep and a new day is here. Enable us to put on the Lord Jesus Christ and help us to live with honor and integrity this day. God, our Savior, You are even nearer now than when we first learned to trust in You. Help us to lay aside the concerns and worries of this day and rest easy in the blanket of grace of Almighty God, our strength and our salvation. Hear our prayer in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Amen
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Worship Service for the First Sunday of Advent!!
Please stay safe and take care today. The weather forecast is for heavy rain and severe storms. We will NOT have Outdoor Worship today, due to this.
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Wonderful sermon. The sanctuary looks so pretty.

The first Sunday of Advent!!!!🎉 Even in the Pandemic there is joyful, expectant, waiting on The Birth of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! JOY to the WORLD!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

The first Sunday of Advent!!!!🎉 Even in the Pandemic there is joyful, expectant, waiting on The Birth of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ!  JOY to the WORLD!!!!
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CPC supports Scouting

We were honored to be at the Crossover Ceremony for Cub Scout Pack 35 this evening. Look at the bridge they rebuilt for our church! I am proud to wear my Scout mother necklace. Our son Bo is an Eagle Scout, so we are very happy that CPC supports Scouting

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Our new T Shirts are ready for sale!! Minimum donation $15. Proceeds go to Youth. Announcement Sunday

First Update

This is our first update on the new website!

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89 Lakeview Dr
Commerce, Georgia 30529

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