At Christ Community, we’re all about growing together in our love for and pursuit of Jesus Christ. Regardless of where you’re at in your spiritual journey, we believe that God has designed this growth to happen in community with one another. Check out the following opportunities to connect and deepen your faith.
We believe small groups of people getting together for fellowship, Bible study, and service is crucial to living on mission for God. We call these groups Engage Groups, and we've designed them for people across all stages of life—singles, young families, professionals, empty nesters—to minister to one another and with one another. These groups meet in homes throughout the area, and we would love for you to join the closest one to your home!
Fall 2023 marked the start of our Midweek Gathering, a time for the whole church family to come together and enjoy a time of fellowship and teaching. Every Wednesday night starts with an optional meal, and then we split off into separate age groups for a time to learn together. For adults, the classes focus on applying the truth of God’s word to the day-to-day realities of our lives. Check out Dave’s blog post about our ethos behind Midweek. You can also find more information about what kids and students do during Midweek.
The Women’s Ministry at Christ Community is all about developing women into mature disciples as we grow together in the grace of Jesus. This happens through discipleship by studying and applying God’s word, through fellowship by developing biblical relationships to encourage and equip in the Gospel, and through stewardship by extending the work of the church in service and outreach.
Our Bible studies and groups, stewardship opportunities, and fellowship events are all designed to help us develop meaningful friendships, find encouragement, and share in the joys and challenges of life as women of God. If you have questions or need help, contact Kristin Livermore.
Spending time in God’s word with our sisters in Christ is an important part of our spiritual growth. Regardless of your familiarity with the Bible, you are welcome at any of our studies. Each season we offer a new selection of Bible studies for our women to join. Check out the current studies available, and contact Kristin Kruzich with any questions or scholarship requests.
Growing Together in Grace!
God of Covenant, A Study of Genesis 12 - 50 // Jen Wilkin
Beginning with Genesis 12, walk alongside the fathers of our faith- Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph - to discern Jesus in the stories of His people. (Cost: $25)
1 Samuel: A King After God’s Own Heart // John Nielsen (Reformed Expository Bible Study Series)
1 Samuel is a riveting read that introduces us to some of the most memorable figures in the Old Testament. The greatest of its heroes is David, a mighty man of faith who makes his distinctive contribution to preparing God’s people for the Anointed One, the Messiah who comes to rule and to save. (Cost: $10)
Tuesdays @12:30pm | Thursdays @6:30am | Fridays @9:30am
1 Samuel // Hope Blanton & Christine Gordon (At His Feet Studies)
This 16 week study leads you through the stories of Hannah, Abigail and David as you see God consistently care for his flawed children. (Cost: $15)
1st & 3rd Tuesdays @6:15pm | Tuesdays @7pm
Tuesday Night Zoom Prayer Meeting | Terri Carter
This prayer time on Zoom is a place to pray with and for one another, "casting all your cares [all your anxieties, all your worries, and all your concerns, once and for all] on Him, for He cares about you [with deepest affection, and watches over you very carefully]." 1 Peter 5:7 (AMP). You are welcome any given week. For more information, please contact Terri Carter. Tuesdays on Zoom from 7-8 pm
Life-on-life discipleship groups are a fantastic opportunity for women who are interested in diving deep into applying the truth of God’s word to their day-to-day lives. Intentionally kept smaller in order to foster deeper relationships, these groups involve Bible study, accountability questions, prayer, and are mission-oriented in their focus. These groups start in the Fall and conclude right before Summer.
We believe God has called us to use our gifts and resources to glorify Him and bless His people. Read more about the ways we put this into practice, and click here if you’d like to join or get more info!
- Meals Ministry // The Meals Ministry is a means for us to serve one another well during times of bereavement, illness/injury, or celebration of new birth. When there is a need, an email is sent to the Meals Ministry team. If you are able to help, you sign up; if not, you don't. It's that simple! Would you consider joining the Meals Ministry team?
- Communion Set Up // Once a month, communion is served at Christ Community, and the Women’s Ministry helps set things up beforehand. It’s a behind-the-scenes kind of role, but it’s definitely needed! We would love your help if you’d like to join our team.
Monday, December 4
This annual event is one of the most well-loved at Christ Community. Our sanctuary is transformed into a delightfully decorated banquet hall where women gather with friends at our tables and are served a delicious meal while we hear from a few of our sisters about the ways God has been working in their lives. We would love for you to join us!
Are you looking for a space to connect with other men as we seek to be formed into more faithful disciples of Jesus? We believe that Jesus calls us as men to follow Him fully and engage boldly in His plan of redemption in our own lives, with our families, and in our spheres of influence. In His grace, Jesus empowers us to do this with courage, humility, and love.
Our groups and studies offer an intentional approach to studying God's Word, allowing for honest exploration of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus and a man of God. They also foster an environment where men can openly discuss and address specific challenges, struggles, and questions related to their roles as men, fathers, husbands, and leaders. Our desire is that these opportunities, along with fellowship events throughout the year, provide encouragement and accountability that enable men to grow in their faith and develop a stronger relationship with God and each other. Have questions or need assistance? Contact Bassam Nader to connect.
A Men's Retreat is a great opportunity to get away from the busyness of life, worship God, and spend time with friends. Sign up now to reserve your spot!
The men (and boys) of Christ Community meet the last Saturday of the month from Fall through late Spring for Men's Breakfast. This time of fellowship, worship, and encouragement is a fantastic opportunity to build relationships and spur one another on as we seek to grow as men and brothers in Christ.
Life-on-life discipleship groups are a fantastic opportunity for men who are interested in diving deep into applying the truth of God’s word to their day-to-day lives. Intentionally kept smaller in order to foster deeper relationships, these groups involve Bible study, accountability questions, prayer, and are mission-oriented in their focus. These groups start in the Fall and conclude right before Summer.
Whether you’ve never opened a Bible before or you’d consider yourself a Bible scholar, we’d love to have you join us at one of the several Bible studies that meet at different points throughout the week! Check out our list below, and connect with Bassam Nader, our Men’s Ministry Director, with any questions.
- 6:30-8:00pm // The Letter to the Philippians
Meets weekly at CCC
Led by Larry Vass (all ages)
- 7:00-8:00pm // The Book of Romans
Meets weekly at CCC
Led by Bassam Nader (all ages)
- 7:00-8:00pm // Gospel Christianity
Meets weekly at CCC
Led by Pastor Josiah Jones (young men’s group)
- 7:30-8:30am // The Letter to the Ephesians
Meets at Needler’s Cafe (126th & Gray Rd.)
Led by Pastor Josiah Jones (middle-aged men’s group)
- 7:00-8:30pm // The Gospel of Mark
Meets weekly at various locations
Led by Brian Smith & Tim Parham (all ages)
- 7:00-8:00pm // The Gospel of Mark
Meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month at CCC
Led by Bill Kennedy (all ages)
- 6:30-7:30am // The Letter to the Ephesians
Meets weekly at Panera Bread on Rangeline
Led by Lee Wilson (all ages)
- 7:00-8:00am // The Letter to the Romans
Meets weekly at Dan Hindman’s home
Led by Dan Hindman (all ages)
- 7:00-8:00am // Proverbs
Meets weekly at Indie Coffee Roasters
Led by Andrew Miller (currently full)