What to Expect

Connection Point Church is a come as you are collection of people from all walks of life. Expect very casual dress, smiling and friendly faces, music that appeals to all ages, high energy atmosphere for children, a full coffee shop, lightning quick wifi, and an engaging speaker with a relevant message.

If you are new to CPC, be looking for the parking lot guides. They will point you toward a special parking area just for you. We also have plenty of parking for those that require handicap access. When you enter the doors of Connection Point, be looking for the giant logo hanging from the ceiling. That is our Welcome Center and here you will meet one of our hosts that can tell you everything that you need to know to make your experience as awesome as possible. If you have kiddos, be sure to allow one of our Kids Point hosts to assist you in signing in your children. We have a tightly secured system that gives you the peace of mind that your children are 100% safe.

Again, we are so thankful that you have decided to join us here at Connection Point Church!

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Chris Vaught - May 31, 2020

"superNATURAL" Part 3

superNATURAL Part 3: "Holy Wind" In the open spaces of Israel, the wind is a huge aspect of day to day existence. The wind creates sandstorms, cools the evenings, or blisters the noon day. To a Hebrew, the wind moves and changes everything and everyone it impacts. This is why the Holy Spirit is often referred to as the Wind of God. The Holy Spirit is the 2nd Promise that God gave us. First, it was that He would save us through His Son. Second, it was that He would Comfort us by residing in us. And like the winds of Israel, the Holy Spirit should change everyone and everything He encounters.

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Chris Vaught - May 31, 2020

"superNATURAL" Part 3

superNATURAL Part 3: "Holy Wind" In the open spaces of Israel, the wind is a huge aspect of day to day existence. The wind creates sandstorms, cools the evenings, or blisters the noon day. To a Hebrew, the wind moves and changes everything and everyone it impacts. This is why the Holy Spirit is often referred to as the Wind of God. The Holy Spirit is the 2nd Promise that God gave us. First, it was that He would save us through His Son. Second, it was that He would Comfort us by residing in us. And like the winds of Israel, the Holy Spirit should change everyone and everything He encounters.

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