Interest Groups

Pathfinders-A Men’s Group

6:30 – 8:30 pm

We are a group for men of all ages who long to follow Jesus’ path and who are committed to inviting others to join us in this journey. We embrace the core values of service, team, integrity, community, and kindness. (Matt. 11:29-30)

For more information and to join, please email Adam Phelps at

Adult life group

5:30 – 7:00 pm
Group Member’s Home

We invite couples/singles to join us in an environment of deep relational connection. We typically follow the sermon notes and enjoy time of worship and prayer as well as periodic times where the only agenda is fun. This group is for couples and singles in their 30’s and 40’s.

For more information and to join, please email Jeff LeJeune,

Moms with Infants

second saturday of each month
10 am – 12 pm
Leader’s Home

This group exists to encourage mothers with young babies in their walk with the Lord through community, fellowship and Bible study. Childcare is not provided for older children, but babies are welcome.

For more information and to join, please email Megan Jones at

Women of the word group

Wednesday mornings                                                                  9 – 11 AM                                                                                        CCC

We are seeking women who want to dig deeper into God’s Word while growing in community and building our faith. Women of any age are welcome!

For more information and to register, please email Megan Salazar at

young adult small group

thursdays from                                                                          6:30 8:30 PM                                                                                      leader’s home

We are singles and couples in our 20’s and 30’s who enjoy engaging in a variety of Bible studies, book studies, classes, and Bible readings. We also plan social activities from time to time to help nurture community.

 For more information on this group, email Mary Salinas at

soccer interest group

mondays (while weather permits) from 6:30 – 7:30 PM
message leader for location                                                                                     

We desire to have fun playing a game we love in a relaxed fellowship focused atmosphere. If you have any interest, please email or text Katie. All levels of ability and all ages welcome.

For more information on this group, email or text Katie Brunz at 509-885-3953
(text is best)

CC 20’s and 30’s

mondays from 7 – 8:30 PM                                                            Leader’s Home                                                                                    

We are a group of young professionals who enjoy studying together and
encouraging one another in our spiritual walks. We typically follow the sermon

For more information, text Evie McClure at 970-371-6917. Follow us on Instagram at @cc20sand30s.

Homeschool Group

2nd and 4th Friday of each month during the school year
Meet at various locations for avariety of fieldtrips

Our desire is to create a place of fellowship and support while exploring activities/destinations around our area.
Summer plans involve one outing per month. School year plans involve two outings per month.

For more information and to join please text Sandra Sierra at 330-592-0450

northeast colorado small group

1st wednesday of each month
6:30 – 8 PM
location rotates between leaders’ homes in ft. morgan and wiggins

We desire to make connections with fellow believers and deepen our walk with God through Christian book and Bible studies, prayer and fellowship. Adults of all ages welcome. We will alternate meeting in the leaders’ homes in Wiggins and Fort Morgan.

For more information and to register, please email Melanie Ponce at or Cari Christensen at

Game Night Group

FRIDAYS                                                                                            8 PM – whenever we decide to stop playing
Leader’s home in windsor and via zoom

We love playing tabletop board games with friends. The games include: Terra Mystica, Scythe, Terraforming Mars, Great Western Trail, Castles of Burgundy, A Feast for Odin, and may other similar games. You are welcome to join us with your new best friends! Feel free to bring your favorite strategy board game (not Monopoly?). Meeting in-person and via Zoom.

For more information, email Mic, and Meghan,

Knitting and Crocheting group

9 – 11 AM

Anyone interested in knitting and crocheting?

We laugh with one another, we support one another, we create together and best of all, we share God’s love by sending our creations throughout the world!

For more information, email Karin Oeffling at

Stand to reason outpost (An apologetic interest group)

6:30 – 8:00 PM
Leader’s Home

This is a discipleship group designed to help Christians think clearly and confidently about their faith, so we can know why we believe what we believe. We will discuss worldview, apologetics, ethics, values, and more using Stand to Reason materials.

Email Tom Morgan for more information.


6 – 7:30 PM
Leader’s Home

A Bible study and mentoring group providing biblical foundation for marriage. Principles are drawn from Marriage Plus International which teaches couples to be a team in ministry. Leaders of the group have been teaching and mentoring young couples locally and internationally for 30 years.

Email Ken at or Jamie at for more information and to join.

Faith in action

2nd saturday of each month from 8 – 11 AM

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

thrive! family support group

wednesdays from 7:00 – 8:30 PM                                                ccc

This group seeks to bring hope, help, and healing to families of loved ones struggling with substance abuse and other destructive behaviors by providing resources, support, education, advocacy and healing connections. We utilize faith-based materials to guide our time together.

Please register by e-mailing Gloria at

Young family small group

thursday evenings, twice a month
7:30 – 9:00 pm                                                                                    Meet at leader’s home

While we spend time in a variety of Bible studies, we find equal value in sharing our life journey together. We are friends who consider each other family! Children are welcome to attend and childcare scholarships through the church are also available if needed.

E-mail Ben at for more information.


For H.E.R Ministry

wednesday evenings, @ 6:00 – 7:45 PM
fireside room at ccc

“For HER – A Ministry to Single Moms”, is an ongoing ministry where the love of God is shared in tangible ways with single moms in our congregation and the larger community of Northern Colorado. Through attending meetings and building relationships, single moms and their children will find support for their practical, relational, personal, and spiritual needs. For HER welcomes moms who parent along, including thos of all ages and backgrounds, to gather, network, develop meaningul friendships, and grow.

Childcare is provided. E-mail Caity with questions at CLICK HERE to register or visit their web page HERE.

women’s group: for women in their 30’s and 40’s

wednesday mornings @ 9:00AM

We are a women’s Bible study group who focus on deepening our relationships with Christ while walking intimately with one another. Our group incorporates elements of prayer, worship, Bible study, and time at home in the Word each week.

Email Jodi Minter at for questions and to sign up. **We meet during the school year.**


kings and prophets (Part 1) – precept inductive bible study

Mondays, beginning september 12 @ 6:15 – 8:15PM
Community Room @ CCC

A Divided Heart…A Divided Nation. What happens when your heart is divided? What lessons can we learn for our lives today from the examples of Solomon, Rehoboam, Jeroboam, and Abijam? This 8 lessons (over 16 weeks) will focus on 1 Kings 1-15:8 & 2 Chronicles 1-13. This a coed study.

For questions, e-mail Amy Sands at

precept upon precept

wednesday mornings
9:00 – 11:00 am
community room @ CCC

We are currently in a two year study of Revelation with Precept Upon Precept. Part one contains chapters One through Three of Revelation, which contains God’s messages to the seven churches of Asia. See how His messages recorded by John so long ago still speak to the church today. 

To register, please e-mail Robin Smith at

divorce care for men

Monday evenings
7-8:30PM in eaton (contact for details)

This group is for men who are separated, divorced, or who have experienced divorce.

DivorceCare is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. Don’t go through separation or divorce alone.
$25 fee for materials (scholarships available).

Please e-mail Arland Ball at for questions and to sign up. (more info at

traditions small group

wednesday mornings @ 9:30-11:30AM
christ community church, fireside room

This Wednesday morning small group meets weekly. While many in the group attend the Traditions service and most are retired or semi-retired, anyone is welcome to attend. We enjoy coffee, refreshments, and fellowship followed by prayer requests and discussion of the weekly sermons.

For questions, please e-mail Geri Blackwelder at

Online groups

If you’re outside the Greeley area or simply enjoy the benefits of digital experiences, we have online group options for you!

Please email Christy Nelson at to get connected.

men’s small group

thursday mornings @ 8:00-9:00AM
various local breakfast spots

We’re a men’s group looking to grow. We are committed to supporting each other in our Christian walks while growing deeper in our connection with the Word. We are currently using the devotional “Jesus Calling” to guide our time together.

For more information, email John Mark at


American sign language interest group

thursday evenings @ 6:30-7:30PM
group member’s home

We are a relaxed group who enjoy learning American Sign Language songs together while also practicing andimproving our ASL skills.We are equally passionate about building community around this shared interest. Childcare not provided.

Email Connie West at for more information.


7:00 – 8:30PM
location varies

Interested in building or enhancing relationships within northern Colorado’s Muslim community? We are a group of individuals who have friendships with Muslims (through school, work, hobbies, etc.) and are learning how to share the truth and grace of Jesus with them.

For more information email David Shelley at

New Interest Group: Moms Group

wednesdays @ 9 – 11AM during the school year                  CCC

We are a new group for moms of young kids who long to enjoy fellowship, fun, and spiritual growth together. We plan to do a variety of Bible studies that speak to your faith walk and motherhood. Childcare provided (donations appreciated but not required).

E-mail Jenna Russell at with questions and for more info.  

bridge builders 

4th tuesday of every month @ 6:30 – 8:00 pm
zoe’s Cafe 

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, please email Robert at