Mentor A Student With Kids Hope

You can make a difference in the life of a student as a mentor (age 18 and older) at Maplewood Elementary through Kids Hope. Being a mentor for one hour each week during the school year has the power to make life-long impact in the life of a student. Mentors help build self-esteem, strong relationships, and encourage the student in their academic studies. Mentors also enjoy playing games, doing crafts, and reading together. We provide the training, resources and the connection. You provide the open heart.

If you want to learn more about Kids Hope or to volunteer to be a mentor, please click the button below to fill out the registration form or email Beth at

the tabernacle

WEDNESDAY evenings
5 PM

We invite you to The Tabernacle, an hour of music and worship. It takes place every Wednesday from 5 to 6 PM in the Sanctuary at Christ Community Church. We’d love for you to join us and experience it firsthand. If you cannot make it in person, we do offer livestream during the entire hour of worship. Simply click the link below to experience it online each Wednesday evening.

Friendship Club: Volunteers wanted

tuesday evenings
5:30 – 8:30 PM
Community Room at ccc

Our ministry to adults with special abilities at Friendship Club that meets every Tuesday night from 6-8pm has grown leaps and bounds. We are in need of more compassionate, energetic, loving volunteers to help teach, play games, and have fun with participants as they grow in their faith in a fun & safe environment. At Friendship Club we are also passionate about providing respite care for the parents/caregivers during the program time and amazing volunteers make that happen!

If you are interested in learning more, reach out to Lindsay at or fill out  the volunteer form by clicking the button below. 

Prayer Equipping: Deliverance Prayer

Last Tuesday of each month, February 27
7 – 8:15 PM
Fireside Room at CCC

Join Pastor Alan as he trains us in how to help people experience deliverance. This training is free. No child care is provided.

For questions, please email Abby at

ccstudent night

1st wednesday of the  month, march 6
6:30 – 8:30 PM
Zoe’s Cafe          

Join us for Student Night, an exciting event in the Belair Room at Zoe’s Cafe for 7th-12th graders filled with games, prizes, and an inspiring sermon from our NextGen Pastor, Stetson Beaman.

Email Stetson at for questions.

CC College Dinner

1st Thursday of the month, march 7
6- 8 PM
Zoe’s Cafe

Don’t miss College Dinner, a monthly event held every 1st Thursday of the school year at Zoe’s Café. It’s the perfect opportunity for college students to enjoy a delicious meal while studying or hanging out with friends.

If you have any questions or for more information, please e-mail Pastor Stetson at

The Prayer Room

 At CCC, we love to encourage prayer as a vital part of our walk with God. We recently rededicated the Prayer Room off the 15th Street Café and Sanctuary as a welcoming space for prayer for individuals or groups during the week. Any scheduled prayer groups for the room will be posted outside the door, and individuals are welcome to come use the space freely for prayer during church office hours, 9am-5pm, Monday-Thursday (church access available via the south, office entrance).

If you have a prayer group, we ask that you reserve the space ahead of time by emailing Abby at

the power of story

Stories are one of the most powerful ways to inspire connection with one another, and we want to celebrate the stories in this church family. Your story matters and can be an incredible encouragement for someone else. We know God is doing amazing things in the lives of the people here at CCC, and we want to celebrate and share these stories.

If you are willing to and want to share what God is doing, or has done in your life, please click the button below to begin sharing your story. No story is too small or too big. Everyone has a story…let us celebrate yours.

cc kids volunteers wanted

CCKids is looking for many volunteers to step in and help fill our 9 and 11 AM CCKid’s service. Ministry to children at Christ Community Church is so important, and this church could not fulfill it’s mission and vision without you! 

If you are interested in volunteering and want to attend the training, or have more questions, please reach out to Angella at You can also click the button below to fill out the volunteer interest form.

rightnow media

Have you heard about RightNow Media?
RightNow Media is a video library resource and is free to people who are part of the Christ Community family! It offers access to thousands of Biblically based videos for small groups, families, kids, students, etc.

From studies on books of the Bible to wholesome TV shows and movies, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. If you have never checked it out, or if you haven’t checked it out recently, we encourage you to give it a look!

Click the button below to set up your free account!

Sponsor a child today!

Our church family gets to participate in an awesome opportunity as we walk in love and make a continued impact for a community in Peru, as well as sponsor the children there through Compassion International. For a child in poverty, sponsorship will mean access to food, clean water, medical care, educational opportunities, age-appropriate Bible teaching and YOU. When you choose a child and commit to his or her care and support, you have the power to change everything for that child.

To sponsor a child, click the button below.

become a stakeholder

Members, or what we refer to as our stakeholders, provide a critical foundation for this church body. Anyone who attends Christ Community is part of this family. We welcome you and love being a part of your journey with Jesus. You are family here. But in order for this family to thrive, we need a group of stakeholders. Stakeholders are a group of people who love Jesus and who love this church, and who want to officially commit themselves to this church’s vision and to be a part of owning that vision. We have put together a simple online process for anyone who wants to officially become a stakeholder of Christ Community. If you are interested in exploring becoming a stakeholder, please click the button below to begin.

If you are already a member/partner of CCC, feel free to watch the video and read the information on our Membership page by clicking the button below. You do not need to re-apply to be a stakeholder. If you are not sure if you are already a member/partner, you can check by emailing

Zoe’s Study Buddies

tuesday nights through may 31
7 – 8:30 pm
zoe’s cafe

Kinyarwanda, Tigrinya, Somali, and Rohingya are just a few of the languages our students can welcome you with! We are a group of 8-12 high school and middle school students looking for one-to-one academic tutoring. Coming from various language backgrounds, these teens need extra English language support, specific to the subjects they are learning in school. We are looking for academically minded, faith-oriented individuals interested in building cross-cultural relationships within our Study Buddies community. In addition to our Tuesday night one-to-on tutoring in subjects like English Language Arts, Algebra, Biology, Geometry, Physics and U.S. Government, we have periodic cooking nights where our young friends can share a taste of their cultures with us. Also, we could always use a few more prayer buddies who are interested in lifting these teens up in specific ways. Typically, we pair a tutor with a student who has a specific academic need, so study buddy pairs sometimes shuffle from week to week within the group. If you’re interested in stopping by Zoe’s Cafe on a Tuesday night to see what we’re all about—Welcome!

Please e-mail Georgia with questions and for more info at

community is important

We believe that experiencing community and connection is vital and want to invite you to either join an existing small group, or create your own!

If you’re interested in starting a small group, but don’t know where to begin, contact Pastor Shane at for help!

Check out existing groups by clicking the button below.

Faith in action volunteers wanted

2nd saturday of each month

The purpose of Faith in Action is to align men and women of all ages in serving teams to provide for single moms, widows and the elderly by doing house projects while also offering care and encouragement. Care teams serve their care recipients monthly.

Each Saturday, we start with a morning breakfast followed by a time of devotion and prayer. We also spend this time building up and caring for one another while also planning for future action plans and projects.
Meet at 15th Street Campus Café before heading out to serve at the care recipients’ homes

For more information and to sign up, please e-mail Tom Grant at

funeral meal team volunteers needed

Do you love to bake cookies OR do you enjoy helping with hospitality for meals? We have a need for more volunteers who can drop off cookies before a funeral and also the need for volunteers who can help prepare and serve refreshments for funeral receptions here at the church. You are welcome to volunteer for either one based on your schedule and area of interest. 

Click the button below to sign up and email Abby at with questions.

Volunteer in the café!

We are so excited to announce that the Café reopened in April, and we are continuously looking for volunteers to help run it during weekend services! If you love connecting with people, have a heart for hospitality, and would like to contribute to this inviting church family environment, we would love for you to join our team!
Volunteering in the café would involve a minimum commitment of one service per month (pre- and post-service). Volunteers must be at least 18 years old, however, teens 15-17 years of age can volunteer with an adult family member. No experience is necessary-all the training will be provided.

Please reach out to Caity at if you are interested in volunteering or if you have any questions.