For wherever you are on your spiritual journey
The Fair Share Shack has been operating since 2009. It sells coffee, tea, chocolate and other food products grown and produced by producers outside the US.
Each year CPC opens our doors and hearts to pets and their owners, in order to bless God’s creatures who are human companions.
This fund raising event started as a spaghetti supper at the old church building on walnut Street.
In 1952, the original property was purchased to create a camp for Presbyterian youth and families by the Synod of Indiana.
CPC has provided workers, board members and a former executive director to the local branch of this international nonprofit organization
Repair Affair of Harrison County is a volunteer organization that seeks, through the generosity of donors, to enhance living conditions by making . . . .
CPC members and friends have assembled twice a year since 2013 at a local grocery store to buy food for the food pantry run by Harrison County Community Services.
An important part of our mission in the community is to offer our facilities for use by community groups