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Missions

Upcoming Mission Trip: Appalachia Service Project (ASP) 


In October of this year, a group from our church will join other volunteers in Jonesville, Va. to volunteer with ASP. It is a great way to connect the energy of our youth and experience of our adults with the real needs of families in our region. Read our Minute for Ministry to learn more about ASP.


Minute for Ministry: ASP


Please prayerfully consider coming on the trip in October, especially if you may be interested in serving as an Adult Leader for what we hope will turn into multigenerational trips in the future. Construction type skills are certainly welcomed, but the single biggest qualification for the trip is a willingness to enter the communities and homes of people with sensitivity, concern and loveaccepting people right where they are and just the way they are. Contact Allen Booth or Mike Strickler for more information and if you are interested in participating in this ministry.


ASP YouTube channel


Still curious about ASP? Check out their YouTube channel to learn more about the ways ASP serves our region!

children & Youth Ministries

Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church is a place for families of ALL configurations and children of ALL abilities


Please Note: Because we take children's safety seriously, Colonial Heights Presbyterian Church has a Child Protection Policy that includes a Sign-In/Sign-Out Policy which ensures that no one else (only you) can pick your child up after the service. This protection policy also ensures that all individuals who work in our Children's ministry have been screened and trained for children's ministry.


If you would like to review our policy you can download it here


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Sundays:

We offer Children's Church during Worship - 10:00am

Sunday School classes are available for all ages - 11:00am

Youth Group meets from 5:00-6:30pm on Sunday evenings


Mid-Week Groups:

Youth Bible Study Wednesday evenings from 6:00-7:00pm


CHPC & troop 48: Partners Since 1946

Troop 48 was chartered on November 29, 1946, making it the oldest Boy Scout troop in the Wilderness Road District. The Troop is also the largest in the Sequoyah Council. We're so glad to support this wonderful group of dedicated, thoughtful individuals!


troop 48 2021 ANNUAL REPORT

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presbyterian dayschool

"Voted Best Day School in the 2021 Kingsport Times New Reader's Poll"


“The Road to Lifelong Learning Begins Here”

This school endeavors to provide a Christian atmosphere in which the preschool child can learn and grow. He/she is treated with love and respect and is guided by personnel trained in early childhood education. We seek to provide a nurturing environment in which unique and exciting developmentally appropriate experiences will enhance learning and introduce Christian values.


For more information regarding schedules and rates

please contact the CHPC Day School office via phone or email.


423.239.6041

lisa@chpres.org


Lisa Robinette

Dayschool Director

small Groups

Small Groups are a vital part of our communal life here at CHPC. Most meet weekly in the home of a group member (usually the leader's home). We find that Godly conversations are often easier to have within the comfort of each other's living rooms. A typical Small Group is 8-10 people who pray for each other, meet and discuss a lesson nearly every week, and often have special dinners together. 


If you are interested in finding a Small Group to join or just want to know more click below to view our Small Group Portal.

 

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music Ministries

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