Sunday Services on ZOOM

Our 10:30 am Sunday Services are now on ZOOM.
Click the button below to find a link to our upcoming service.

Sunday Gatherings on ZOOM

Beginning on Sunday, February 7, Cedar Park’s Sunday Services will transition entirely to an interactive online meeting format (Zoom) until further notice. Every Sunday, a service will be hosted to share of news pertinent to our faith family and wider community, songs and prayers of worship, readings, homily and communion, and each other! Click the link, enter the password, cozy up around your computer, tablet, cell phone, or call in; have some bread and wine/juice ready; prepare yourselves and your space to partner with the journey of God’s people of Cedar Park Church.


Audio recordings of sermons from February 7, 2021 to the present can be found on our SoundCloud page.

Videos of past service between March 15, 2020 and January 31, 2021 can be found on our YouTube Channel.
In light of the pandemic and a confluence of other issues (e.g., renewed urgency to respond to racial injustice, a plurality of theological emphases, housing inequity, economic uncertainty, climate crisis), Cedar Park sought to come together as a church body to discern what timely values might help us pursue God’s dream of shalom in this extraordinary season. To do this, we invited the church (members and non-members) to enter into a 4-month season of prayer, conversation, and discernment in the context of small groups. Download a Summary Report that catalogues the findings of this process below.


We are sending out the eNewsletter more frequently in an effort to keep our church community informed about opportunities to connect with and care for one another during this challenging time. Subscribe here.


Common Communion Liturgy

During the months of July and August, at the end of our Sunday Service livestream congregants will be invited to participate in communion with the folks they are gathered with using a common liturgy. People can also participate with others over ZOOM (see info below). Please do not feel that you need to rush out to purchase any specific communion elements. We encourage you to simply use something that you already have on hand. Whether you have bread and grape juice or water and crackers, God will bless our meal of remembrance, thanksgiving, and communion.

Latest COVID-19 Guidelines and Protocols

Digital Drop-In Zoom Meetings During the Week

Join any of the following Zoom meetings hosted by the pastoral team and others from Cedar Park. You may want to download the Zoom app in advance (for your computer or phone) or learn more about the online platform here. You can also join a Zoom meeting from a landline. Contact Pastor Lee if you would like help with Zoom.sp


Contemplative Prayer  – Tuesdays 9:30 – 10:00 am

Join us as we listen to a 12-minute guided prayer meditation rooted in Scripture from Pray as You Go. Following the exercise participants will have an opportunity to share about their experience. As a church rooted in Anabaptism, we value a community hermeneutic – reading and interpreting Scripture together. This is an opportunity to listen with others for what the Word of God, Jesus, might be saying to us at this time.
Join the Zoom gathering:
Password: 477677

Songs of Hope

This season, our musicians are posting tunes for us; for reflection, enjoyment; to sing along or to help us take a breather; in a small way, call us to hope. Check out and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to watch and listen.

Caring for others

We realize that this may be a season of isolation and fear for some. Please contact a church staff member if you would like practical help with errands (e.g. grocery pick up, meal delivery), prayer, or a compassionate listening ear. Feel free to also post needs on our Cedar Park Church Listings Facebook page. This page provides a forum for the people of Cedar Park to share their needs with one another directly.

Staff, elders, and volunteers are also reaching out to those in the CPC community via phone. Already we have made over 100 calls to assess needs and organize care! Many of you are actively reaching out to support those who are vulnerable in our church family and wider neighbourhood.

Cedar Park Listings


15 ways to help the poor during this pandemic

This article by Craig Greenfield helps us consider the many ways the poorest and most vulnerable members of our society are affected by this pandemic. Craig offers practice advice for adults and kids on how to help folks who have less capacity to handle the crisis.

Self Care

Visit our care page to find helpful resources from trusted professionals to help manage the anxiety many of us are carrying at this moment. You’ll find guided meditations and practical advice from registered clinical counsellors. We update this page periodically so check back weekly for newly added resources.