Denton First Cumberland
Everyone is Welcome at 1424 Stuart Road!
Worship with us:
*Sunday Worship Service: 10:45 A.M.
Click here to watch services virtually on Facebook.
*Dementia Friendly Worship - 2 p.m. First Sunday of Every Month - Worship especially designed for folks experiencing dementia and their caregivers.
Communion is held during worship the first Sunday of every month.
Learn with us:
* Wednesday Bible Study: Resumes in May
* Wednesday and the Word - video study/devotional: released every Wednesday by noon on YouTube. Click here for playlist.
* Sunday School: Sundays at 9:30 a.m. - currently two adult classes or Coffee and Chat with Pastor Dusty
Fellowship with us:
* Brunch Bunch - 9 a.m., Third Thursday of Every Month, Northpoint Cafe in Denton
We graciously invite you to experience the love of Christ and feeling of community. Be our guest as we welcome you with open arms. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Father God make us anew the living Body of Christ, and so enter our lives that we may be channels through which your Love and Grace are made known to all people! Amen!
Come Grow With Us!
The Women's Ministry is very active in the church. Every year, we sponsor the Christmas Craft & Bake Sale. We support local, regional, and national groups in addition to projects through the Cumberland Presbyterian denomination.
We invite anyone who would like to participate in our activities to come to our quarterly planning meetings.
Each Easter Sunday morning while everyone is gathering for the morning vespers, the men's ministry members cook a delicious breakfast of eggs, pancakes, sausages, and bacon.
DEMENTIA CARE MINISTRY
First CPC offers Dementia Friendly worship services. On the first Sunday of every month at 2 p.m join us for a worship service that is focused on accessibility for those with dementia, and their caregivers. In partnership with the Dementia Friendly Denton County movement.
Community Food Center Ministry
We collect non-perishable foods and other necessities on the first Sunday of each month for the Denton County Food Center which distributes individual food bags to needy families.
Canned meals & Soups
Boxed or Dry Products
Monetary donations are always in need. Should you wish to make a donation, please place it in the offering plate with a clear notation it is for the Food Center. You may also send a check via USPS Mail to the church.
Read more about this ministry here.