Christ Presbyterian Church (Edina, Minnesota)

Christ Presbyterian Church (CPC) in Edina, Minnesota, United States, is the second-largest congregation within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) with 5,388 members in 2012.[1] CPC was founded in 1956. During Roger Anderson's ministry, the church began to grow rapidly. CPC became one of the largest Presbyterian churches in the nation, with membership passing 1,700. The current senior pastor, John Crosby, led CPC to be a congregation of over 5,000. In 2006 the church celebrated the 50th anniversary.[2]

References

  1. ^ www.pcusa.org/media/uploads/research/pdfs/2012-cs-table6.pdf
  2. ^ www.cpconline.org/index.php?content=History

External links

  • Official website

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