be a kids hope mentor

You can make a difference in the life of a student as a mentor through Kids Hope. Being a mentor for one hour each week has the power to make a life-long impact in the life of a student. We provide the training and the connection. You provide the open heart.

After the services beginning January 15, feel free to visit with a Kids Hope
representative in the lobby.

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

CC kids club

wednesdays, beginning january 19 @ 6 – 8PM
the playhouse @ ccc 

Each week, this is an opportunity for kinder-4th graders to come and have a space to have help with homework, free play, large group games, devotion and dinner!

Loopers are invited to help with all of these activities.

No registration needed.
Please e-mail Angella at if you have any questions.

Peru Mission Trip Informational Meeting

sunday, january 23 @ 6PM
Fireside Room @ CCC

After a two-year wait, Christ Community is partnering with Network Beyond to send people on a mission trip to Peru: June 17-24. The church planting campaign will include evangelism and discipleship through medical and dental clinics, water filter distribution, and a sports camp. There will also be an opportunity to visit the Collique region at the end of the week where we support Compassion International children. All are welcome to the informational meeting to learn more about the trip.

Contact Doug McMurren at 970-590-0262 or with any questions.

listening prayer

2nd & 4th tuesdays @ 7 – 8PM
15-min prayer time via zoom 

Is your heart needing to be encouraged and refreshed? We all want to hear from the Lord and you have the opportunity to have a 15-minute prayer time with a small group of intercessors who will listen to the Lord and share with you words of encouragement and edification.

Please sign up for a time slot by contacting Abby at

You are encouraged to sign up early as we have limited time slots available.

Volunteers needed

saturday, january 29 @ 1 – 3PM
Zoe’s Event Center

In order to serve guests well at the Neighborhood Pop-Up Event, volunteers are needed. Volunteers, also known as “Neighbors,” will assist guests in accessing information and resources from over 20 area non-profit agencies including housing, employment, health and children’s resources.

All are welcome to attend and we will be giving out laundry, dish, and hand soaps to those that need them.

To volunteer as a Neighbor Navigator, email Beth at Bilingual volunteers are especially beneficial.

Volunteer barista training

saturday, january 29 @ 9 – 11aM
Zoe’s cafe

Join the Zoe’s family by volunteering as a barista!

For questions and to sign up for the training, please email Amelia at

global ministry story night: uganda health clinic

sunday, january 30 @ 6PM

Network Beyond, our non-profit that oversees all of our global ministries, is going to be hosting Story Nights throughout 2022 as an opportunity to hear updates about our church-supported ministries around the world. The first will be Sunday, January 30th at 6:00 pm. Kelly Huenink, our Uganda leader, recently returned home from the grand opening of the Medical Clinic in Kakindo, Uganda, and she is excited to share stories and pictures from that experience.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Abby at by Thursday, January 27th to receive more information about the meeting location in West Greeley.

The Alpha Course 

tuesdays, beginning february 1 @ 6 – 7:30PM
Zoe’s Cafe – Suite 100  

The Alpha Course is a safe place to explore for spiritual seekers, new believers, the spiritually curious, or if you’re new to Christ Community and are wanting to get connected. Alpha is also a great opportunity for you to participate in with someone who is asking questions about the Christian faith or is expressing an interest in Jesus. Alpha provides an overview of the basic beliefs of Christianity and the opportunity to ask lots of questions. Facilitated by a team of group leaders, Alpha begins with a free meal each evening. Childcare is available onsite at Zoe’s Café for those who register by Monday, January 24.

Click the button below to register by Feb. 1.
For questions, please email Jess Paul at

financial peace university

tuesdays, beginning february 1 @ 7 – 8:30PM
Fireside Room @ CCC 

Financial Peace University is a life-changing program that will teach you to achieve your financial goals by eliminating debt, saving, and giving like never before. Video instruction occurs each week by Dave Ramsey. A participant kit must be purchased per household. Kits are available for purchase at Financial assistance is available. Childcare is not available for this class, but financial assistance for childcare is available as needed.

To register by January 31, click the button below. Please email Abby at for more information.

tots club

wednesdays, beginning february 2 @ 9 – 11AM                      Christ Community Church

This is a club for Tiny Tots (birth – Pre-K) to connect with each other and build relationships! There will be time for free play, worship, crafts, snacks and games.

To register by January 30, please click the button below Questions? Please e-mail Angella at

Volunteers Needed for Tots Club

If you are available on Wednesday mornings from 8:30—11:15AM and enjoy spending time with our littlest of worshippers, please consider volunteering with us!

To sign up to volunteer for Tots Club, please click the button below.
Questions? E-mail Angella at

Student night

wednesday, feb 2
6:30 – 8:30PM @ 
Zoe’s Cafe 

Calling all 7-12 graders! Join us for dinner, games, worship and teaching!

No registration needed.

If you have any questions or for more information, please email Pastor Nate at

CC College dinner

thursday, feb 3
6 – 8PM @ 
Zoe’s Cafe 

All college students are welcome to join us anytime between
6:00—8:00 PM for a free dinner at Zoe’s Café. Come hang out, study and enjoy the company of others while we serve you!

If you have any questions or for more information, please
email Pastor Nate at


Zoe’s Event                                                                                                      

Zoe’s is hosting its first annual Corn Hole Tournament for the community!

This event is for anyone interested in participating in a fun friendly competition of corn hole! Cash prizes and giveaways.

Sponsor a Compassion child

We as a church get to walk in love and make an impact by adopting a whole community in Peru and sponsoring the children in it.

Our challenge is for each of us to reach one child living in poverty for Christ. For a child in poverty, sponsorship will mean access to food, clean water, medical care, educational opportunities, age-appropriate Bible teaching and you. The relationship with their sponsor will offer them love and hope that will last for a lifetime.

Sponsor a child today for $38 per month by clicking the button below.

interest Groups

Engage: tactics

Tuesdays, beginning January 11
6:30 – 8:30PM
South gathering suite @ CCC

Do you ever struggle with what you really believe as a Christ-follower? Or have challenges engaging in meaningful conversation with others who have different beliefs? If so, this 8-week group will provide you with helpful tools to engage with biblical truth for yourself, as well as in winsome, positive ways with others.

“I’ve always had a bit of a struggle talking to people about my faith in Christ and especially explaining these beliefs to those that did not believe. “Engage” taught me how to understand what was being said to me as well as how to explain my Christian beliefs in words that everybody could understand. I strongly recommend this group!” – CCC family member

Please e-mail Cheri Morgan to sign up and get the link to order your workbook.

The Story of the Bible Small Group

mondays @ 7:00 – 8:30PM
Via Zoom

Someone has written: “The Bible is God’s story about his plan to rescue, redeem, and restore what was lost in the fall of humanity.”

This is an open “roundtable” group for anyone interested in exploring the Bible together. To start, we will seek to discover the general layout and content of the books of the Bible as well as how they flow together from Genesis to Revelation.

If you are interested in growing in your experience of the Bible and doing it with others then come join Pastor Dudley Brown. There will be lots of engaging discussion, fun, and community.
(If there is significant interest from those who participated last year to cover new ground, we will modify discussion).

E-mail Dudley Brown to register.

Together IN Loss

Thursdays @ 6:30 – 7:30PM

This is a group for parents and partners who have gone through a miscarriage and pregnancy loss. This is a space to talk, share, grieve, process, and heal in a community of love. No one’s journey is the same but sometimes our stories carry similar scars.

Register by texting Victoria at 970-888-2032.

Young Adults Group


This is a group that provides a place for post-college young adults (20s – 30s) to connect and find community here in Greeley! We would love to have you join us for brunch on Sundays after the 9am service!

For more information, follow @ccpostcollege on Instagram, or text Erin at (970)324-6271

reaching the unreached

Wednesdays @ 6:00 – 7:30PM

Do you have an interest in connecting with unreached people groups? This small group is aimed at helping to grow into that community through shared learning, encouragement, accountability, and prayer. Initial focus will be on discovering God’s heart for people groups not yet reached with the Gospel and learning how we fit into that plan. We will then transition to learning together how to develop friendship with unreached peoples within our community and will practice The Discovery Bible Study method of sharing Scripture. This interest group is intended to be 8 weeks with the opportunity to continue longer as a life group.
We will have dinner available for those who need it/want it. Childcare is available.

For more information or to sign up, contact Hannah Dunn at or 505-710-7330 (call or text).

biking group | ages 60+

1st & 3rd Sat of each month
8:30am-10:30am (weather permitting)

This is a new group that desires to share their passion for recreational cycling while building friendships with other active adults, couples or singles, ages 60+.

In addition to enjoying rides together, they look forward to praying for one another and sharing a brief devotional.

Location will vary but mostly on and around the Poudre Trail.

If interested, call or text Darla Kraft at 970-302-6683.

northern colorado christian off-roaders (off-road 4wd interest group) 

Monthly meetings throughout the year-generally saturdays

We desire to share our passion for Jesus and His creation through off-roading together.  We spend time in prayer before taking off in the morning and then reserve time for devotions sometime during our day (typically at or around lunch).

For more information, contact Craig Stump at

Snowbirds Small Group

meets late spring through late fall

Are you a snowbird who loves the lifestyle of heading south for the winter, but who equally longs for intimate community when you’re back in Greeley for the warmer months.  We invite others who enjoy this lifestyle to contact us about forming a small group. We would love to meet from late spring through late fall.

If interested, contact Mike and Nancy Usher at


THURSDAYS @ 7:30 – 9:30PM
leader’s home

If you are a young adult in your 20’s (single or married), we would love for you to join our group and embrace this phase of life together.  We enjoy digging deeper into the sermon notes while also finding time for regular fun activities as well as something we like to call “soul-ships!”
For more information, e-mail Jacob Preston at

Coed small group for ages 40+

1st + 3rd fridays of month @ 6:30 – 8pm
group leader’s home

We desire to be a community where we encourage one another to glorify God through His Word and fellowship with others. Childcare is not provided.
For more information, email Teresa at

bridge builders 

4th tuesday of every month @ 6:30 – 8:00 pm
location TBD

Bridge Builders are Kingdom-minded people (Matthew 6:33) who want to reflect the Lord’s heart in reconciliation and unity of races, ethnicities and cultures–from our Heavenly Father’s perspective, in the power of the Holy Spirit and the truth of His Word. We walk in the confidence of the Lord to affect change in and around the communities we live and the people that cross our path.

For questions and location, please email Robert at

Adoptive & Foster Care Parent Support Group 

3rd Saturday of each month @ 4 – 5:15PM
15th Street campus

We desire to provide a space where adoptive/foster care families can receive support, care, and resources. Childcare is provided.

For questions and to register, e-mail Sara Heimer at