Sunday Review, 11.19.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc preached from John 3:22-36, and looked at John’s response to his own decline in popularity and influence and how that should speak volumes to us as we consider the ways in which we must experience loss so that […]

Food for Thought, 11.14.17

We Never Serve Alone: “Moms serving families, bible study teachers preparing their lesson, counselors reviewing notes, adult sons and daughters caring for elderly parents, friends sitting with a hurting person, employees preparing for a tough meeting with antagonistic bosses. So many scenarios for loving service that have at least one significant thing in common: JESUS in […]

Sunday Review, 11.12.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS Pastor Marc preached from John 3:16-21, focusing on the familiar, yet incredible love of God that we see in verse 16 and its motivation for us to be loving others in a similar way. You can listen to it, or […]

Sunday Preview, 11.11.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: John 3:16 is perhaps the most well-known verses in the Bible, known even by many people who make no claims to know God at all. We see it on bumper stickers at stop lights and on poster boards at football games. This Sunday, we’ll be […]

Sunday Review, 11.05.17

Below are some notes from this weekend if you weren’t able to join us: WORSHIP GATHERINGS We witnessed 3 baptisms during the service – Cami Weaver, Addisyn Daley, and Andrew Potter. What a wonderful picture it was of the very thing we learned about in the Word! Pastor Marc preached from John 3:1-15, where Jesus taught about […]

Sunday Preview, 11.03.17

This Sunday at CCC… Sermon Summary from Pastor Marc Goodwin: Witnessing the birth of a child is a nearly indescribable experience. Attempting to fully explain the awe, emotion, and weight of what takes place at birth proves close to impossible. But as amazing and fascinating as the birth of a child is, a far more […]

Reformation Sunday Recap

If you aren’t aware, every Monday, we post an entry called the “Sunday Review” here on the church’s blog. In it, we share some of the basics about our worship services from that particular Sunday–for those who may have missed it. This week was no exception…But our worship service was a very unique one (Reformation […]