Prayer and Care

Two pillars support CPC's vision for transformed people transforming the Peninsula. Those two pillars are worship and spiritual formation. We can worship God through our prayer life, and we are opening our lives to the Holy Spirit's work through our prayer life. Prayer is a vital part of a believer's life; through prayer, we can be transformed through the Holy Spirit.

We also understand that prayer is a vital part of our community. We pray for each other individually, through our ministries, and the many prayer teams that are a part of CPC. We consider it an honor to hold you up in prayer and know how God answers your prayers.

Justin Chao, our Director of Restoration Ministries, is happy to receive your prayer requests and pass them along to our different prayer teams if that is your desire or to pass them on to one of our pastors or elders. You can email Justin or go ahead and click on the box that says "I Need Prayer" and fill out that form that goes directly to Justin.

Care Team

There are times in life when we need extra comfort and mercy. Whether you've lost a loved one, simply need prayer, or have just welcomed a baby into your family and need some help with meals, our Care Ministry would love to serve and walk with you through this season.

Bereavement– Extends compassion and help to those who have just suffered the loss of a loved one. Provides pastoral care and assists in planning a memorial or funeral service.

Grief– Provides extended bereavement help through prayer, compassion and a listening ear to those suffering from the loss of a loved one.

Meals– Provides meals for CPCers who are new parents, ill, convalescing from an illness or injury, or suffering from grief.

Encouragement/Visitation– Ministers to those in the hospital, convalescing from an illness or injury, or walking through an extended trial or illness.

Prayer– Offers prayer support to those who are hurting, experiencing a trial, or going through a life transition and seeking His wisdom.

For any assistance in any of these areas, please contact Justin Chao.

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