|Welcome to our
website! We're glad you've come to visit, and we
hope you'll join us for worship if you're in the
Peterborough area. Our church is located at 220 Goodfellow Road,
around the corner from the Jack McGee car
dealership in Peterborough, Ontario.
We meet for worship every Sunday at 10:00 a.m.,
followed by a coffee social in the Fellowship
Nursery is available, and we also offer Sunday
school classes for children ages 3 to 9, plus a
variety of programs for all ages throughout the
week. For more info, explore the menu bar at the
top of this page.
Sunday, July 22nd
||Pastor Don MacLeod
Redeemer College University
Sunday, July 29th
||Pastor Don MacLeod
website contains up-to-date information
about all our upcoming services and
Our church building is wheelchair
accessible, and we offer assistance for
those with limited hearing and vision.
Rides can be arranged through the office.
Interested in the latest CRC News?
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ICS is pleased to share the Spring 2018 issue of Perspective with you.
Read this issue online at https://ir.icscanada.edu/
This issue features the lead article "Perhaps the Lord will Act for Us" by ICS president Ron Kuipers, and four articles by Junior Members Kiegan Irish, Jeffrey Hocking, Julia de Boer and Grace Carhart. All of us at ICS want to thank you for supporting our work through special gift collections and ministry/denominational shares and for partnering with us in the critical work of ICS in today’s world. We are blessed by you and your commitment to ICS.
see a map of the church and its
surrounding neighbourhood, and to find
directions to Cephas, click here.
Those using Peterborough
Transit can reach the church by following route #5,
If you'd like more information, you can phone our church
office at 705-743-4904
You can also e-mail the office here.
As Cephas is presently a church without a pastor, anyone who is in need of pastoral care is encouraged to contact their district elder/deacon or the church office.
Add Your Voice to Canada's Climate Plan. The Government of Canada is asking Canadians what we want to see in a national climate action plan. This is a concrete opportunity for us to live into God's call to love and care for the Earth. You can easily submit your ideas using the web-based Climate Consultation Template
developed by Citizens for Public Justice. The template contains proposed recommendations and an invitation to reflect on personal connections to climate change. Go to cpj.ca/climate-consultation to be part of the conversation!