The aim of the CPN is to bring Christians together to network, to fellowship, to support one another and to socialise. The CPN understands that there are many invisible boundaries that unnecessarily keep Christians apart, such as tradition, race, culture and denomination. Our goal is simply to provide a mutual setting where Christian professionals can relax, rest and meet one another surrounded by good food and music.
Is the CPN for me?
| If you are any of the following, then The CPN is for you|
| * Male or Female Christian||√|
| * Single||√|
| * Married||√|
|* Want to network with other Christians||√|
|* Want to socialise with other Christians||√|
|* Fancy a good night out||√|
|* Enjoy eating out - 2 course meal||√|
|* Like music and entertainment||√|
| * In Employment||√|
| * Unemployed||√|
| * An employer||√|
| * Thinking of starting a business||√|
| * Under 21 years of age||√|
Our vision for the CPN is to develop a strong sense of community among Christians and share the Good News Gospel wherever and however possible. Here some of the ways we hope to grow and use the resources from the CPN to bless others and make a real difference in people’s lives.
- Saturday Networking Events
Holding regular networking events once a quarter provides us with time and opportunity to promote the event to as many different churches as possible. As one of our aims is to break down the denomination barrier, holding regular events allows us to do this without threatening Sunday worship time and allows for the busy church worker to book some time off for themselves and mix with like-minded people.
- Promote Financial Growth
During each event, the opportunity will be given for all those either in business or about to start a business to promote themselves by way of leaving their business cards in a basket. From the business cards received, the CPN intends to produce e-information, promoting each business and making the ‘online directory’ available to all through this website. It is the intention of the CPN to keep this service free of charge for the first year (until January 2011), after which there may be a small fee.
- Feed the Poor
A portion of your ticket fee will support the charity Mat-to-Fore with the finance they need to continue the amazing work the Lord directed a British minister to begin and continues to carry out.
Here is a extract taken from the Mat-to-fore website;
"Kotei is a small village located in the Ejisu-Jaben district, Kumasi, Ghana. The villagers migrated from the north of Ghana, a predominantly muslim part of the country, and settled here to enhance their chances of survival. Osei and Florence were welcomed into the village, which has over 60 children, by the chief, Nana who said he had been praying for them to come.
Clean water was not available at the village and so this was the first priority of Mat-to-Fore. Since the first well was provided, the government has provided 2 further wells in response to this".
"For as the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without works is dead also" James 2 v 26
Please help us make a difference.