All Are Welcome to Our Services

CPC & Redwoods Presbyterian invites you
to Zoom Sunday Worship Service at 11am
during Shelter at Home.

Join Us Sunday at 11am for Worship

Christ Presbyterian Church in Terra Linda is so excited to announce that the Rev. Stephanie Ryder, of Redwoods Presbyterian Church in Larkspur, and Rev. Linda Lane-Bortell of CPC will now be collaborating to create our Sunday 11am Zoom Worship Services. Both Stephanie and Linda will lead each service and both congregations will worship together, followed by separate fellowship time using the breakout group feature. Sunday Worship Service via Zoom starts at 11am.

Worship will commence at 11 am, but “the doors will open” at 10:30am, if you wish to make yourself comfortable before the proceedings commence.

Zoom meeting will take the format of a ‘normal’ Worship service, with the usual call and response features, hymns, prayers, and blessings. There will be music, and an opportunity to ‘chat’ with your online congregation members at the close of the formal proceedings. Join us and worship God!

This event will occur each week, until further notice.

I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory about to be revealed to us.  Romans 8:18

COVID-19 has hit us like a ton of bricks.  It’s hard to know what to do and everything feels so unsettled all the time.  But it is time to suspend worship services and all group bible studies and meetings during Shelter at Home at Christ Presbyterian Church in Terra Linda.

For personal devotion and worship at home I have the following recommendations:

  1. Join our Zoom Worship Servies at 11am
  2. Go to sermon video and podcast archive and listen to a sermon you missed.
  3. Share in worship with First Presbyterian Church of San Anselmo through their Zoom livestream at 10am on a Sunday. (The Rev. Scott Clark is their interim pastor) visit their website for the zoom link at

This is a time for prayer, and I want to encourage you to set aside time for taking deep breaths and lifting up your joys and concerns in prayer on a daily basis.

The ministry of the church takes a variety of forms and right now our strong witness is embodied by this action to take care of one another and our community.  We will weather this crisis, and hopefully learn some valuable lessons about what it means to be the church in this time and place.

I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory about to be revealed to us. Romans 8:18

Sunday Worship
• All are welcome

Christ Presbyterian Church service provides members and guests a time for contemplation, reflection, inspiration, and time to join as one in God's community in Marin County. Our church is a safe place to raise your children and know the God's love is for everyone.

We, as a congregation, are a theologically progressive but very diverse group. We believe that all are called to be a part of our work and worship and strive to make all feel welcomed and included.

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Youth & Children September–March

Children’s Church for grades Pre-K-5th from 9:45-10:45am. The classes will meet every Sunday, except the first Sunday of the month, in which the students are encouraged to attend worship and participate in the celebration of Communion. These classes meet in Room 8.

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Music at CPC

"Come, let us sing for joy to the LORD." — Psalm 95:1

Christ Presbyterian Church offers a wide variety of music every week from congregational hymn sings, anthems from our traditional church choir and our praise choir, guest instrumental musicians, vocal soloists, jazz band, classical piano, and occasionally you will hear the organ.

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CPC’s Prayer Labyrinth

CPC's labyrinth is based on the traditional 7 circuit medieval circle cross cathedral design. Ours is a two-way pathway with one entrance acting also as the exit. Those going in will meet those going out. So please walk into this holy space with an open mind, open heart, and enjoy your spiritual journey.

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Community Prayer Board

CPC invites the community to post a prayer request. Each Sunday the posted prayers will be added to the congregation’s prayers during worship. We believe that praying as a community is a powerful way to have a positive impact on our world.

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CPC is proud to be a member of More Light Presbyterians. More Light is a national network of churches that believe in the full inclusion of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer community in the life of the church including ordination and marriage. Together, More Light churches work for a world that reflects God's heart and all-inclusive love.

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