First and third Saturdays from 10:00 - 11:30a.m. in the CPC Library

Three words no one wants to hear…three words that can change a life.

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with cancer, you know the experience is scary, confusing and can feel very lonely.
In Cancer Care, you will both learn from others who have walked this unwanted path, and be encouraged by those who have not only survived, but now thrive in the wake of treatment.

This group is open to those with cancer and those who are supporting loved ones through the experience. Each meeting will include topical information, an opportunity to share and ask questions, as well as a time of prayer and devotion. The 2018 schedule includes:


January 6            Coping with Diagnosis – What now?

January 20          The Roller Coaster Ride – Ups and downs of the cancer journey.

February 3          Depression, Anger & Other Things I Don’t Want to Feel.

February 17        Share What You’ve Learned.

March 3              The Spiritual Side of Living with Cancer.

Registration is not required, please come anytime.  For more information please contact:
Daniel Ferrara at
Marsha Schmiegel at

CPC also offers a small group experience for those dealing with cancer.  You can find fellowship, prayer and connection the 2nd Saturday of the month. 
Please contact Geri Hackett at  for more information.