To view this weeks menu or to place an order CLICK HERE (available after 9am Wed) Once you submit your order, you will receive an email from the Soup Group confirming your order. Please PLACE YOUR ORDER before 11 a.m. on Thursday.  

Curbside Pickup:  Thursdays from 2:30-5:30 p.m. or Friday 11a.m -Noon

Drive into the circle and someone will bring your order to your car.

Payment:  You may pay by (1) credit card (enter your information on the order form), (2) check made out to CCPKI, or (3) cash.   If you wish to pay by credit card after placing your order and cannot edit your order, you may do so using this link.

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Delivery:  Since we have an amazing group of volunteers who live around the area and are willing to make deliveries, we are offering free delivery of your order. 

We look forward to seeing you!

The Soup Groupies

Sept. 19, 2021 Worship Services

Join us in person at 8 am or 10 am or watch our LiveStream of the 10 am Service on YouTube.

Bulletin for 09-19-2021 The Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost

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Sacred Ground – Introduction Sept. 22

On Wednesday, September 22 at 7 p.m. we will have a short Zoom session to introduce the Sacred Ground program that we will offer again this fall on a day, time and method (Zoom or in person) that works for the most people. 

Sacred Ground is a 10-session program composed of outstanding videos and readings that walk participants back through history in order to peel away the layers that brought us to today, reflecting on family histories and stories, as well as important narratives that shape the collective American story. The program is intended to begin the work of Becoming Beloved Community where all people are honored, protected, and nurtured as beloved children of God.  You can learn more about the program at  

Participants in the program last year divided into small groups to discuss the videos and readings and share personal stories. They were uniformly enthusiastic about the quality of the materials and enjoyed getting to know each other’s stories. One participant said “The Sacred Ground course taught me facts about the history of our country that I never knew before. As a result, I have a new perspective on the current divisiveness and upheaval in the nation and how I might respond, and I am interested in learning more.” 

If you have questions, please let Father Mark or Dottie Wilson know. 

Sept. 12, 2021 Online Worship Service

09-12-2021 Camp Wright Sunday Bulletin

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Spiritual Practices at Home

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Virtual Christmas Caroling

On Sunday, December 6 we hosted our first Virtual Christmas Caroling through YouTube. The event can be accessed by clicking on this link:

Our resource for the music and text for the carols is found here. This digital PDF book contains lots of Christmas carols and music.  It is well organized with a clickable table of contents and page numbers.  

Dr. Gary Van Essen, Minister of Music, and his wife Emily were at the piano hosting the live stream. Those attending requested favorite carols using the chat feature in YouTube. 

Sunday Family Storytelling

Click above to see Lisa’s invitation to Sunday Family Storytelling via zoom for families and any individuals who want to join.

Dates: June 28 through August 3, except July 5.

Time: 6:00-6:30 p.m.

We will be sharing our personal stories based on the 7 days of creation.  

Acts Chapter 24

Acts 24:5-6
The plot against Paul continues in Acts 24, where he is charged by the high priest Anais and Tertullus, an attorney, of the following: 24.5 “We have in fact found this man a pestilent fellow, an agitator among all the Jews throughout the world, and a ringleader of the sect of the Nazarenes. 24. 6 He even tried to profane the temple, and so we seized him.”

Paul eloquently defends himself to Felix, the governor, by saying that “they did not find me disputing with anyone in the temple or stirring up a crowd” and they cannot prove the charges. Paul affirms that he worships the God of the ancestors, that he has a hope in God, and strives his best for a clear conscience toward God and ALL people. Paul states he was in the temple to bring alms, offer sacrifices and to complete the rite of purification, without any disturbance.

Felix makes no decision, holding Paul in custody for two years (hoping for a bribe!). Paul’s friends are allowed to take care of his needs, and Felix frequently sends for him for conversation.

What else did Paul do in the two years in custody in Caesarea? While it is widely held by scholars that the four Prison Epistles (Philemon, Ephesians, Colossians and Philippians) were written during Paul’s later imprisonment in Rome, there is some scholarly dissent that one or more of them may his been during his time in Caesarea.

Thinking on this as we live through our current “imprisonment” and knowing that great hope can be found in Scripture, I again read the Prison Epistles, and found comfort in them. Philippians especially touched me – a joyful letter, extolling faith in Christ, hope, and faithful service in spite of trials and anxiety. 

One of my favorite New Testament passages is from Philippians:“8. Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. 9. Keep on doing the things that you have learned and received and heard in me, and the God of peace will be with you.”I pray this passage brings comfort at this time. May God’s grace, peace, love and blessings be with you.         
                                                                                            Adele Sadiq, EfM, Year 4