8:30 & 11:00 am
Each Sunday at Cahaba Park, we seek to bring glory to God through corporate worship and communion. We also strive to encourage one another in our faith through teaching and fellowship. Whether you have spent one or several Sunday mornings with us, it is our hope that you feel welcomed and comfortable while you are at Cahaba Park Church.
We gather for worship in the building located behind the house. Nursery is available during both services for children ages 6 weeks through 3 year olds. Children in grades 4K and Kindergarten are dismissed part-way through the service for Kids Quest.
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Our classes are focused on teaching God’s Word as revealed in Scripture and applying Scripture to our daily lives so that we might live out our faith for God’s glory. Each week’s lesson is designed so that new members and visitors can jump in at any time and participate in the teaching and fellowship. Adult classes meet on the main floor of the House. We gather for coffee, donuts, and fellowship time at 9:45 am.
Youth classes (grades 5-12) meet each Sunday on the top floor of the House. Students gather for fellowship time beginning at 9:45 am.
Children's Sunday school classes and nursery are located in the Lily Pad and Boathouse buildings and are available for children ages 6 weeks through 4th grade. Children can be dropped off for Sunday school at 9:45 am or immediately following the early service.
We have no greater privilege than to draw near to God and no greater promise than that of his drawing near to us. At Cahaba Park Church, we strive to promote God-centered, Bible-based worship that glorifies God and continually draws us to him in repentance and faith. To joyfully exalt Christ in humility, reverence, and wonder is our highest ambition in worship. Cahaba Park Church glorifies God musically by embracing the richness of the past and the freshness of the present.
As part of the music ministry of Cahaba Park, The Corner Room creates music that draws our souls, sobers our minds and compels our hearts to know, love and worship Jesus. It’s first project, Psalm Songs, Volume 1 includes ten Psalms verbatim from the ESV Bible set to original music. This project serves as a tool for Scripture meditation and memorization. Visit Corner Room Music to listen and learn more.
If you would like know more about the music at Cahaba Park, please contact Chief Musician, Adam Wright, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our highest ambition in worship is to joyfully exalt Christ in humility, reverence, and wonder. Seeking to make the Word of God central to all of our worship, the truths of Scripture inform the songs that we sing together. Cahaba Park Church glorifies God musically by embracing the richness of the past and the freshness of the present.
The Corner Room is the banner under which Cahaba Park writes and records music for the church. Primarily consisting of musical settings of Scripture word for word from the ESV Bible, these projects serve as a tool for Scripture meditation and memorization. When we know God's Word more deeply, we know God more deeply.
If you would like know more about the music at Cahaba Park, please contact Minister of Music, Adam Wright, at email@example.com.
Murray grew up in Birmingham, AL, and attended Samford University where he met his wife, Kim. After college, they moved to St. Louis to attend Covenant Theological Seminary. Upon graduation, they moved back to Birmingham to plant Cahaba Park Church, PCA. Murray and Kim have three children: Ella, Miller, and Sara Wells.
Samantha grew up in Birmingham, AL and attended Auburn University. She worked at four PCA churches and for the PCA’s Committee on Discipleship Ministry before becoming the Director of Communications for Cahaba Park Church. Samantha and Matthew have three children: Stephen, Isaac, and Joanna.
REV. JAMIE PETERSON
Jamie grew up in Cullman, AL, and came to Birmingham to attend Samford University, from which he graduated in 1995. Jamie also has his Master of Divinty from Birmingham Theological Seminary and a Master of Theology from Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Over the years, Jamie has served on staff in PCA churches in Alabama and Mississippi and he planted and pastored Christ Community Church in Frisco, TX. Jamie and his wife Michelle have four children: Corbin, Davis, Anne Mae, and Jack.
Sharon grew up in Birmingham and graduated from UAB with a B.S. in Marketing. She worked as an Executive Assistant before becoming a stay-at-home mom and then a preschool teacher. She became Cahaba Park's administrative secretary in 2012. Sharon and her husband, David, have two daughters, Natalie and Julianne.
John grew up in Birmingham, AL, and attended Auburn University. After spending a few years in construction, he felt called to ministry and moved to Columbia, Missouri to work as a youth minister. While in Columbia he met his wife, Beth. John and Beth moved back to Birmingham in 2011, and John attended Beeson Divinity School. John and Beth have been at Cahaba Park since 2014. They have a daughter, Grace, and two sons, Graham & Grady.
Assistant Pastor for Adult Ministries & Finance
Adam Wright has had the privilege of leading worship at Cahaba Park Church since 2009. He and his wife, Jessica are blessed to have two girls, Nora and Jill. In addition to leading a team of musicians and planning the worship liturgy each week, he also writes and produces music for The Corner Room, a music ministry of CPC that seeks to set Scripture and hymns to original music.
Minister of Music
Beth grew up in Jefferson City, Missouri, and attended the University of Missouri where she received a degree in Early Childhood Education. She taught first grade for 5 years and worked full time in Children’s ministry for several years before moving to Birmingham in 2011. Beth and her husband, John, have a daughter, Grace, and two sons, Graham & Grady.
Children's Ministry Director
Hannah grew up in Birmingham, AL and attended The University of Alabama. She received her undergraduate degree in Secondary Education, specializing in English language arts. She taught preschool, ballet, and eighth grade English before working at Cahaba Park. She is currently studying at Beeson Divinity School.
Anna grew up in Birmingham, AL and will be graduating from The University of Alabama in July in Communication Studies with a minor in Human Development and Family Studies. She's been a leader in The Well College Ministry in Tuscaloosa and has discipled many youth and college girls.