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January 23


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Building Opening Celebration, Thank You, and Kitchen Shower February 4th

On Friday, February 4th, at 7:30 p.m. we’ll be hosting a celebration of the opening of our new building. We’ll be thanking all the people from our church who contributed to the land search and the design and building process.

We’ll also be inviting friends from our construction company, Bobbit, Woods Charter school, First Bank, and others to thank them for their part in the process. 

And finally, we’ll have the kitchen shower we were talking about back in December–you can find our kitchen wish list here for things that we’d like to have to stock up our kitchen!

Join us Friday, February 4th for a great celebration and to say thank you to all the people who have contributed to getting us into the building.


In-Person Mask Policies

As we start a new year and add our new facility, we’ll be keeping the same mask policies in place as we’ve had this fall: Pittsboro will continue to be mask optional, North Chatham will continue to be mask required.

If you have strong feelings one way or the other, we invite you to attend services at whichever campus you’d feel most comfortable with. 

Of course, COVID continues to be a constantly-changing situation. We’ll be regularly evaluating our mask protocols and updating them as necessary. 

New Student Ministries Director Candidate is Coming to Town January 28-30! 

We're pleased to introduce Dave Taylor as a candidate for the Student Ministries Director position. Dave will be in town the last weekend in January for the final part of the interview process and there will be several opportunities for you to meet him:

  • Saturday, January 29th at 7:00 pm at Chatham Mills middle and high school students only will have thirty minutes with Dave on their own to ask questions and hear some from Dave. Parents will be asked to hang out in the multipurpose room or other parts of the building! At 7:30 the whole church is invited to join the students for an interview and Q&A. 
  • Sunday, January 30th Dave will make a brief appearance at both services and then a similar interview and Q&A session will be hosted at our North Chatham Campus after the service, likely starting between 10:45-11:00. 

Harbor Women's Ministry

Please join us starting January 12th for an online study of Hebrews. We will meet via zoom on Wednesday mornings from 9:30 - 10:45 am. We will meet as a large group for discussion and break into small groups for prayer. Please contact Stephanie Eisner at for more information including the link to our zoom meeting as well as how to purchase the book.

Mosaic Middle School

All students in grades 6-8 are invited to join us Sundays from 5:30-7:00 pm at the North Chatham location for a time of study and fellowship. For directions, click here. Light snacks will be provided. Bring your Bibles! Masks will be required while inside. 

Mosaic High School

All students in grades 9-12 are invited to join us Tuesdays for a time of study and fellowship from 6:30-8:00 pm at the Chatham Mills location. For directions, click here. Dinner will be served. Each student was given a Bible at the beginning of the summer--bring them on Tuesday nights! Masks will be required while inside. 

Divorce Care

Separated? Divorced? We can help! Please join us for our next DivorceCare support group starting on November 7th and going through February 7th. These meetings will be via zoom from 7:00 - 8:30.

DivorceCare offers practical approaches for dealing with the challenges of divorce and separation. It helps you heal from the pain and actually gain hope for the future. The environment is warm and caring, and it is led by people who understand what you are going through. Meeting once a week for 13 weeks, each Divorce Care session has two distinct elements. First is a video seminar series featuring nationally recognized ex­perts on divorce and recovery topics. Seminar sessions include: “Facing My Anger,” “Facing My Loneliness,” “New Relationships,” “KidCare” and “Forgiveness.” The second component is devoted to group discussion on how best to apply the information shared in the video. 

For more information, email

Join a Small Group

At CCC, we’re all about connecting people to God and to each other and one of the ways we do that is through small groups.

If you’re new to small groups, they’re groups of 6-16 people who meet weekly in homes all over Chatham County or over Zoom for community, connection, a discussion of the Scriptures, and prayer.   

After taking our usual summer break, our small groups are starting back up again in September. For more information about some of the small groups that are looking to welcome new members this fall, click here.

Thursday Evening Women’s Small Group

Our women’s evening study will start on Thursday, 9/23 at 7:30 at Valinda Brock’s house. We will be studying the book of Philippians. Contact Valinda for more information:  

Stay Up to Date on CCC via Facebook and the Connect Devotional

To make sure you get the latest, be sure to check out our Facebook page or sign-up for the Connect Devotional by contacting Jessica Waldstein

January Elder On-Call 

If you have a crisis or emergency and need help from the church for any reason, each month we will have an "elder on call" who will be glad to assist you. The elder on call will be listed in the bulletin each week and on our church website. To find it on the website go to the home page, look under "Ministries," and click on "Congregational Care." This month Alex Kirk will be the elder on call. You can contact him via phone : (919) 629-9928 or email: