Baptism & Picnic
This fall (and next spring), Tom and Carol Mercer will be opening up their home on Wednesday evenings for a six-week study on marriage for newlywed couples (married five years or less). The aim of the group is to strengthen the foundation of your marriages and bring bad habits to light before you're thirty years down the road! The class begins September 8 and is open to only five couples at a time on a first come, first serve basis so if you are interested in joining, contact Mary Kanode.
Dynamics of Biblical Change Class
DBC is a seminary-level 12-week class taught through CCEF using the lectures from David Powlison. The content is the foundation of biblical counseling, focusing on how change happens. If you are interested in learning more about this class, email Bryan Launer.
Missions Reading Group
Beginning Wednesday, September 8 at 6:45pm in Adult 2, Steven Folz will be leading an 8-week missions book discussion on Let the Nations Be Glad by John Piper. This group will be covering the theology of missions found in the Scriptures and practical ways that we the church can engage the nations. Sign up below or for more information contact Blair Robinson.
JOIN A CARE GROUP
If you're a new member or have never participated in this ministry, join one this fall! Care Groups are one of the primary instruments for discipleship at our church. We want to deliberately do spiritual good to one another, but it's hard to care for every member of the church in a close, personal way. Care Groups help us get there. They meet in homes twice a month and focus on applying the Word in the real circumstances of our lives. Contact Daniel Harman to join.
We believe the Lord has asked all his people to make disciples of all nations. As the church of Jesus Christ, we want to be a people who are active in sharing the gospel with the community around us. If you are interested in connecting with others in the CCC body for this ministry, or forming an evangelism group, please contact Blair Robinson.
Refugee Hope Partner Tutoring
We partner with Refugee Hope Partners to serve local refugees by tutoring students, helping parents learn English, equipping parents to serve and care for their families, and by partaking in gospel conversations. The nations are here in Raleigh and we want to be faithful to engage them for the Glory of God! If you are interested in this work, please contact Blair Robinson.