Lauren and Derek Webber

Sunday, October 11 is another special day at Cahaba Springs, as we welcome back missionaries Lauren and Derek Webber for our 9:30 Sunday school hour and 11 AM worship. Our Pastor James D. McLeod [Jamie] leads the liturgy and guest organist Mark Jackson provides musical offerings. Click here for our order of worship: OOW-10-11-20.pdf .

Upcoming activities...

  • Our weekly "Zoom" activities include Jamie's office hours, Monday and Thursday AM, Bible study Wednesdays, 6–7, and Thursday lunch, 12–1.

  • Our CSPC Book Club led by Karen O'Brien meets by Zoom on Tuesday, October 13 5–6 to discuss "Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children" by Ransom Riggs.

  • The Presbyterian Women's Monthly Luncheon & Study meets Sunday, October 18 immediately following worship. The second lesson of "Into the Light: Finding Hope Through Prayers of Lament" by P. Lynn Miller will be led by Karen O'Brien. Please bring a salad or dessert.

  • On Sunday, November 1, 12–2, personnel from Nelms Pharmacy provide flu shots for anyone four or older.

  • Drop by Sunday or any time during office hours to visit our art collections in the Cahaba Lily and the Genesis galleries. The Cahaba Lily gallery features the artistry of Kathleen Stack and the Genesis gallery features Jeff Newman, whose unique perspective documents Industrial Birmingham and surrounding cities.

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