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Small groups are where people meet regularly for Bible study and prayer, and commit to accountability, friendship and support. They are the safe place to open your heart, share your life, and ask the tough questions. Simply put, it’s the place where church becomes family.
7 Reasons to join a small group:
YOU WILL BEGIN TO EXPERIENCE “TRUE COMMUNITY”
YOU WILL BE ABLE TO HANDLE LIFE’S CHALLENGES BETTER
YOU WILL UNDERSTAND THE BIBLE BETTER
YOU WILL DEVELOP IN YOUR MINISTRY GIFTS
YOU WILL HAVE A NATURAL WAY TO SHARE CHRIST WITH OTHERS
YOU WILL DEEPEN IN YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF WORSHIP
PRAYER WILL BECOME MORE MEANINGFUL TO YOU
It is a foundational belief at CCC that strong marriages are the backbone of the family and strong families are the backbone of society. Thus, CCC has made a commitment to assist every marriage in becoming stronger. CCC is currently accomplishing this through the Annual Couple’s Conference (held the first weekend in November each year), Small Groups, and Marriage mentoring that is available upon request.
This ministry, led by Gary and Sue Cooper along with other trained marriage mentors, share their lives and friendship with other couples, offering marriage insights that learned over the years. If you would like to know more about this ministry, please contact Gary and Sue Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about our marriage mentors with this PDF.
Opportunities abound for seniors (aka “PrimeTimers”) at CCC. Events such as weekly Small Groups (daytime or evening), breakfast, walking at the mall, and monthly outings are just a part of CCCs ministry to seniors. A monthly newsletter keeps our PrimeTimers in touch with one another, and gives information on upcoming events.
For more information regarding the Senior Adults Ministry, send us a message or call us at the church office (989-631-1300). We also have small groups specifically for those in this stage of life. Click Here to learn about our various small groups.