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If you’ve attended CCC and are looking to get more involved, we’d love to help you on your way. We offer multiple opportunities for you to take additional steps on your journey with God. Here are a few opportunities you might find helpful.

If you’ve been attending services on Sundays for six days or six years, Starting Point is a step we hope you’ll take. Starting Point is a two hour gathering where you can hear about who we are and what makes us tick. Starting Point provides the opportunity to connect with other folks and ask your questions in a fun and friendly environment. We hope everyone who calls  Community Christian Church home will get to Starting Point. Just like the name implies, it’s a great place to start your journey here at CCC.

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A great place to begin is taking the step of serving around CCC. It takes a massive team of volunteers to make Community Christian Church function. This team of volunteers honors God by working together in various roles that serve the church, community, and our global partners.

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No one’s made to follow God alone, but in the midst of a community and relationships. That’s why we have Small Groups, where regular people get together throughout the week to share life as they journey toward God. There are all sorts of groups available here at CCC including groups for men, women, couples, young adults, as well as groups that focus on specific needs, such as those healing after a divorce, couples who are engaged or soon to be married, parents of young children, for people who are new to the Bible or finances. We even have Starter Group which is a great place to meet some people and start making connections.

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Perhaps what’s next for you is to take the step of being baptized. Baptism is a vital step for someone who is ready to declare they want to devote their life to God and follow him through his son Jesus. The Bible teaches that people who choose to follow Jesus express their faith by being baptized in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit of their own free will as adults. If you’ve never taken this critical step of choosing to be baptized and have been thinking about being baptized, or if you have any questions about baptism, please email jennifer.mueller@communitycc.net.