Our Faith

Our Faith

Bothell Elementary

Spiritual formation in the Elementary School of the Bothell campus is very personal.  This starts with our teachers as we work in a community where our staff is encouraged to model Christ like characteristics in our daily efforts.  Practically this plays out in many different forms through teacher led class devotionals, relationship advice given to our students from a biblical perspective, and unconditional love demonstrated to every student.  This supports the CP Ministry philosophy to be unapologetically Christian in every aspect of how we relate to our students and families.

Each class during the school year presents in our weekly chapels which is a highlight for many of our students.  As our students get older they are given opportunity to lead worship during chapel.  Lastly, all subjects are taught from a Christian perspective with the mindset that any truth inherent in subject matter reflects God's character.

Bothell Secondary

Cedar Park secondary students explore and grow their faith through several school community practices including weekly chapel, Bible classes, service projects, missions trips, and more. Engaging the intellect and emotions is core to "transforming hearts and minds".

Sara Boyd - Campus Ministries Director

Sara serves as the Campus Ministries Director and Bible Department Head.  Originally a student ministries pastor, she now uses her passion to equip and disciple youth as she teaches in the classrooms and leads various aspects of campus ministry. Sara is dedicated to helping the next generation learn why Christianity is true and how to respectfully defend it. Her heart is to see young people fervently following and reflecting God in their belief, conduct and speech. Sara has earned an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University and is currently working on her M.Div through Liberty University.

CPC Serve/Missions Week

It is the primary goal of CPCS that within our Christian community, the hearts and minds of our students would be continually transformed into the image of Christ. Perhaps one of the greatest transformational experiences that a young person can have is to serve missionally in the name of Christ. These types of service and missions trips allow them not only to participate in the Great Commission, but to follow the very example set by Christ. It is because He came, that we go (John 17:18, 2 Cor. 5:14-15).

In light of this, we are excited to announce our new Spiritual Emphasis Week program. During the appointed week, classes will pause, so that no one is missing academic instruction, and all CPC students will serve either domestically or abroad on teacher led and supported trips. We will be phasing this program in over two years, so this coming year (March 11-15th, 2019), all trips will be reserved for juniors and seniors. The following year (2020), all high school students will spend their Spiritual Emphasis Week in a service opportunity. 

2019 Trips Info