Halo 5K Run

Every year CPC partners with Brigid's Path to host the Halo 5K Run.  This run raises proceeds and brings awareness to the important work that Brigid's Path does.  Brigid’s Path provides inpatient medical care for drug-exposed newborns, non-judgmental support for mothers, and education services to improve family outcomes. 


Fall Family Festival

It is expensive to have a family!  CPC tries to ease the burden of a "fun night out" by hosting the Family Fall Festival and inviting all families from the surrounding communities to enjoy an evening of horse rides, balloon animals, inflatables, food and so much more fun all free of charge.

Our 2018 Fall Family Festival is scheduled for October 6th from 4:00-7:00 P.M. 


Mission Trips

CPC's inner-generational Mission Trips allows the community in our church to turn our focus outside of our region and minister throughout the country or the world.  In past years Mission Trips have been held in West Virginia, Colombia and Detroit.  Everyone who is a part of the CPC family is invited to take part in this yearly trip. 


Christmas at CPC

The Christmas season in CPC is one of heart-warming tradition.  We welcome in the Christmas season with preparing the Church to display all of its Christmas finery during the "Greening of the Church".  We lend support to those who find the Holiday's to be a struggle in our "Longest Night" service.  The Church also hosts traditional events such as the highly anticipated Christmas Cantata and the Christmas Eve Service.  Attending CPC during the Christmas Season will warm your heart and leave you with a renewed hope for the coming year.  


Vacation Bible School

One week out of the year CPC is overtaken with the shouts and laughter of energetic children and youth as they sing, dance, craft, run and learn about Jesus.  Vacation Bible School is a highly anticipated event not only for the youth of our church but throughout the Springboro community as well.   Each year our theme focuses on a specific aspect of our relationship with Jesus Christ.  Children have the opportunity to learn how Jesus meets them right where they are and that our faith isn't just for "grown-ups" but Jesus loves each of THEM and cares deeply about each and every one of their concerns and joys.