Welcome to Cahaba Springs

We're glad you found us! If you’re new to Cahaba Springs, we invite you to explore, learn a bit about us, what we believe, and how we serve. If you’re curious about faith, worship, discipleship or community, we would love to connect with you. Feel free to call, email, or stop by! May the peace of Christ be with you today.

 

From the Blog

August 24, 2016

Cahaba Springs Worship 8-28-16

Please join us at Cahaba Springs Sunday, August 28 for our 11 AM worship led by Dr. Dawson Harmon and liturgist Steve Goodwin. Dr. Harmon's sermon topic is "The Better Way," based on Ephesians 4: 1–6 (click or tap) and Romans 12:9–21 (click or tap). Our …

Continue reading

August 21, 2016

Cahaba Springs Worship Summary 8-21-16

In today's sermon, "Pray and Let God Worry," based on Luke 11, Dr. Dawson Harmon made the following assertions:

  • Prayer is the tether of our experience, linking God and humans in a reciprocal relationship.
  • Worship is incomplete without prayer, as prayer is the heart of our faith life.
  • In …
Continue reading

August 19, 2016

TEAM Benefit Concert

Faith Lutheran Church, our neighbors on Deerfoot Parkway, hosted a TEAM benefit barbershop quartet concert Tuesday, August 9, 2016. The concert featured Trussville's talented quartets, The Administration and Harmonia. The Administration singers are Desi Gillespie, Bass; Noah Graham, Baritone; Logan Cobb, Lead; and Baines Myrick, Tenor. Harmonia's singers …

Continue reading

August 18, 2016

Presby Home Workday 8-12-16

Our thanks to Lynda McLean, Linda Trippe, Roger Slaughter, George Fritsma, and Paul West for "sprucing up" the Presbyterian Home for Children grounds on Friday, August 12, 2016 in preparation for the first day of school, Wednesday, August 17.

Continue reading

August 17, 2016

Cahaba Springs Worship 8-21-16

Please join us Sunday, August 21 for our 11 AM worship at Cahaba Springs Church. Dr. Dawson Harmon leads us in worship with liturgist Carl Martin. Dr. Harmon's sermon topic is "Pray and Let God Worry," based on Psalm 61:1–4 (click or tap) and Luke 11 …

Continue reading

Go to the blog