402 N. College Street
Waxahachie, Texas 75165
Phone: (972) 937-2924
E-mail: cpcwax@gmail.com

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Arts District Chorale Concert

February 20, 2015-the Waxahachie Symphony Association will be hosting a concert at CPC on Saturday, February 28th at 7:00 pm featuring the Arts District Chorale.  From the Waxahachie Symphony Association web site: “This extremely popular group performed for us last Season and people begged for their return!  SO, by popular demand, they will once again… Read more »

Ash Wednesday

February 15, 2015- Central Presbyterian Church invites the community to a special dinner and worship service on “Ash Wednesday,” Feb. 18. A simple soup and bread dinner will be served at 6 p.m., followed by a worship service. Communion, by intinction, will be offered during the service. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, the… Read more »

Study the book of Job

January 13, 2015-“Alfred, Lord Tennyson called it “the greatest poem of ancient and modern times.” The Book of Job deals with the vexing question of why good people suffer. It is a rich story, offering much opportunity for discussion, particularly about divine justice. Beginning Wednesday evening, Jan. 14, you are invited to read ahead each… Read more »

Community Christmas Meal

December 21, 2014-First United Methodist Church is serving a free meal on Christmas Day for people in the community. Meal delivery is available for persons living within the Waxahachie city limits.  FUMC is also seeking volunteers to help prepare food on Christmas Eve, as well as serve and deliver these meals on Christmas Day.  Many… Read more »

No Place Like Home Orphanage

December 17, 2014–The No Place Like Home Orphanage in Port Au Prince, Haiti, a mission partner of CPC, is seeking donations and assistance to complete a planned expansion of the facility in order to take in more children. Please watch this video for an update on the progress made to date. You can learn more… Read more »

Bethlehem Revisited

December 5, 2014–Bethlehem Revisited begins tonight! Step back in time to our Savior’s birth Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights Dec. 5-7, 12-14th from 6-9pm, located behind Central Presbyterian Church. Stop by inside the church to view the Lord’s Supper Quilt, pray in the chapel, and listen to music of the Advent season. CPC welcomes you!… Read more »


November 28, 2014- Christ is coming! That is the message of Advent, which begins Sunday Nov. 30 this year. During this season, Central Presbyterian Church joins with Christians around the world who prepare themselves for Christ’s coming and watch with urgent hope for his return. What is Advent? It means “coming” or “arrival.” Historically, it… Read more »

Christmas With Dignity

November 25, 2014–As a sponsoring church, members of CPC are asked to help with a program for Common Ground Ministries called “Christmas With Dignity.” This is a time when parents can purchase donated new toys for a greatly reduced price. A large, wrapped box is on the stage in the undercroft, along with a list… Read more »

Coat Drive

November 25, 2014–The Ellis County Rainbow Room is an emergency resource center. It consists of a store-like setting that allows Child Protective Services workers to go “shopping” for the children and families on their caseloads. We are collecting Girls and Boys coats, sizes 12 months through 5T for children served by the Rainbow Room. Deadline… Read more »

CPC Honors Veterans

November 9, 2014– Central Presbyterian Church honored the service of military veterans with a special Veterans Day ceremony just before the start of the worship service today. The veterans ceremony was led by Pat Merrill and featured the “Olde Glory” presentation. This time-honored ceremony includes passing a folded American flag towards the speaker who is concurrently reading… Read more »