At CCC, we believe fellowship is essential to Christian growth. Small groups provide a safe environment where true fellowship can take place. We can share our lives, apply Scripture to our lives, pray and encourage one another, and reach out to our neighbors and friends.
To learn more about our small groups - please go to Our Small Groups page.
The Mens Fellowship will be meeting at The Log House Restaurant on the 4th Friday of every month, at 5PM. There is a room in the back of the restaurant where the men will meet.
Our Women’s group will be starting a Bible Study on Monday, April 5. It will be held at CCC in Collins Hall. The time will be 7 - 8:30pm starting April 5 and running till May 17. This is a 6-week study on the book of Ruth. The title of the book is The Way Home - God’s Invitation to New Beginnings, by Tessa Afshar.
Our Vision Teams put our Vision Statement into action.
- Our Exalt team overseas all things worship related
- Our Proclaim team overseas outreach in the community as well as the church
- Our Make Disciples team overseas and is focused on
To learn more about our vision teams - please go to Our Vision Teams page.
Our contemporary worship team is currently led by Jay North, Rachel Salch, and Ashley Faucher-Farrell. As worship leaders, they strive to listen for Holy Spirit's guidance on how to lead each Sunday. They endeavor to lead the congregation into God's presence through song, and recitation of scripture or applicable readings. Their main goal is to inspire the congregation to exalt Our Lord, and fade back and let Him shine!
To learn more about the worship team and its members - please go to Our Worship Team page.
Healing Prayer Ministry
This ministry meets every Tuesday evening at the home of our Deacon chairperson. If you are interested in joining the Healing Prayer Ministry, please contact the church office.
Collects and donates food for the Canton Food Pantry on the third Sunday of every month
Worked in conjunction with other church in Canton to collect and donate Thanksgiving food to local senior center
Every Christmas CCC collects shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child: their he mission is to provide God’s love in a tangible way to children in need around the world, and together with the local church worldwide, to share the Good News of Jesus Christ.