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"Proclaiming the unchanging Word of God in a changing world." Â Our church website is: http://www.cliftonparkcommunitychurch.org
CPCC is a non-denominational church that has been in Clifton Park for over 35 years. We adhere to historic, biblical Christianity as embodied in the Protestant Reformation. Thus we are a Bible-centered, evangelical and reformed fellowship of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Our mission at CPCC is to proclaim the unchanging Word of God in a changing world. When we worship, we set our mind's attention and our heart's affections on the glory and grace of God. When we attend Sunday school classes, our text is the Bible. When we fellowship, it is with the help of the Holy Spirit. When we share our faith, we tell of the Bible's marvelous message of grace!
Rev. David John Bissett became our Pastor in 1995. He is married to Laurel, and they have been blessed with seven children. The Bissetts are active homeschoolers, and lead a classical educational cooperative, The Arbor.
Pastor Bissett has studied and served under John Piper in Minneaoplis, and continues to value and promote his books.
Sunday Morning Worship @ 9:30 AM Sunday School for all ages @ 11:00 AM Sunday Evening Worship & Bible Study @ 6:00 PM Wednesday Bible Study for Women @ 7:00 PM Wednesday Prayer Meeting @ 7:00 PM Jr./Sr. High Youth Group meeting @ 7:00 PM
Thursday & Friday 20/20 Small Groups meet
Monthly IMF Men's Breakfast, 7:30 AM, Saturday Fourth Mondays, serve at City Mission, 5:30 PM
Primary Speaker: David J. BissettPastor David Bissett has served a reformed baptist church in beautiful upstate New York since 1995. During seminary, he studied and served under John Piper in Minneapolis, and continues to value and promote his books. David is active with the New England... | more..
Clifton Park Community Church is located in central Clifton Park, at the north end of Moe Road. It is near the Shenendehowa School campus and Collins Park - one half block south of Route 146. From the I-87 Northway, use Exit #9, and go west (past the shopping district), then turn left at the Moe Rd light. From Rexford and points west, come into town on rte 146, when the road spreads to 4 lanes, turn right at the Moe Road light. Call for more help with directions!