When is CPC Intown’s Sunday service?
We have one service at 9:30 a.m.

Where is CPC Intown located?
We gather in Wightman Chapel at Scarritt Bennett Center in midtown Nashville. Get directions. Parking: Guests may park at either of the two lots east of Scarritt Bennett Center (accessible via 18th Ave.). There is also street parking available (not metered on Sundays).

What should I wear to Sunday services?
Dress in whatever is most comfortable to you. While some will be in coat-and-tie or dresses, others will be dressed in jeans or something more casual. It is what’s in the heart, not the outward appearance, that matters most!

Will I fit in at CPC Intown?
We desire to create a hospitable place of belonging for every type of person. Whatever your religious beliefs, political leanings, preferred attire, economic bracket, profession, ethnicity, culture, marital status or music taste (fill in the blank with whatever we missed here), we want our church to be a place where you can process and grow in your thoughts about God and the role he has for you in his world, and where you can be in life together with other people.

How often does CPC Intown celebrate the Lord’s Supper?
We celebrate the Lord’s Supper every Sunday.

What Sunday morning classes do you have?
Currently we do not offer any Sunday morning classes.

Where do I take my children?
Children can be checked in with CPC Kids in Bennett Hall adjacent to Wightman Chapel. We have childcare for infants through kindergarteners. Families are also encouraged to worship together. For more info, email Jordan Bear, Intown Children’s Coordinator.

Do I need to bring anything with me for my children?
Please bring the following to the nursery (birth through 3-years):
• Clearly labeled bottle/sippy cup
• Individual snack if your child has specific allergies
• Diapers
• Change of clothes
• Lovie, pacifier or blanket for comfort

Please Note: Ours is a well-child nursery, so please be sure your children are free of the following symptoms for 24 hours: • Fever • Runny nose • Chronic cough • Throat infections • Diarrhea • Any contagious disease

Where do Elementary, Junior and Senior High students go?
Elementary Children and Youth are included and welcome in our worship service. For more information about CPC’s children's ministry, click here. For Youth, click here.

Do you have small groups?
We do have ongoing Small Groups resources and sermon-based questions. Additionally, most of our attendees opt-in annually for our short-term “Connect Groups,” which meet for 6-8 weeks in October and provide an environment for CPC members, visitors and friends to connect.

How can I get connected at CPC Intown?
Just email Lorianne Merritt—she will be happy to talk to you about the many ways you can get connected at CPC Intown.

Is CPC Intown a separate church from Christ Presbyterian?
No. CPC Intown is a second worshiping congregation of Christ Presbyterian—an extension of our church into another area of the city. While CPC Intown is unique, it also shares all of the core and essential family DNA as expressed in the theology, philosophy and vision that we communicate through CPC101. It is under the leadership of the Christ Presbyterian elders.

What is CPC101?
CPC101 is a concise, yet quite thorough, introduction to the mission, values, and core beliefs of Christ Presbyterian Church. Participants watch six videos and are provided with a companion book, as well as group discussion. Membership is not required once you complete CPC101, but for those wishing to become members, participation in CPC101 is a prerequisite. For upcoming classes, click here.