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CORA SNACK! Donations
Summer is often the hungriest time of year for families with children. CORA’s SNACK! Program aims to increase the accessibility of nutritious meals throughout the summer to children facing food insecurity in Chatham County. SNACK! distributes free groceries to children and their families at sites across Chatham County from mid-June to mid-August. The program provides enough food for 21 meals each week for every child enrolled in this program.
As a church, we are collecting donations of food starting May 22nd and continuing until June 12th. The following items are needed: Chef Boyardee, canned fruit (in juice if possible), canned veggies, Spam, canned chicken, soup, and individually wrapped snacks (granola bars, raisins, pretzels, etc.)
If You Found Us Online, We Want to Talk To You June 5th!
Over the past year, we regularly have people show up in-person and tell us they started watching online. If that’s you, we want to hear from you!
On Sunday, June 5th, after the service, we’re going to host a brief gathering where we invite you to give us feedback on your online experience.
Please join us Sunday, June 5th, for a short feedback session to help us do a better job connecting people with God and with each other online.
Chatham Serves Save the Date: June 18th
At CCC we’re all about loving our neighbors and engaging our world for good. Chatham Serves is one of the concrete ways we express those values. A couple of times a year we line up a bunch of service projects and invite you to join us in serving.
Our next Chatham Serves event will be Saturday, June 18th. We'll have a signup soon, but for now, block off Saturday morning on June 18th and join us for a day of loving our neighbors here in Chatham County.
Join our Disaster and Relief Response Team (DARRT)
Since its inception a couple of years ago the DARRT team has mowed lawns, repaired gutters, repaired dryers, taken care of dogs, repaired front steps, and much more – often for the widows, seniors, or disabled in our community.
If you love that our church makes this kind of a difference in people’s lives, we’d love to have you join this team. Or if you have a need for DARRT assistance, we'd love to help you. For more information, email email@example.com.
Christian Business Collaborative - First Fridays
This initiative is aimed to help Christians in the business world to grow in what it means that Christian Faith can lead to Common Flourishing for everyone.
The Christian Business Collaborative is open to anyone who is employed in the marketplace who wants to grow in integrating faith and work: small business owners, consultants, sales, marketing, and anyone involved in managing and leading an organization including in the non-profit sector are invited to join us.
We will meet on the first Friday of each month at 7:30 am and 12:00 pm at our North Chatham location.
For more information contact Alex: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harbor Women's Ministry
From April 20th through May 25th, Harbor Women's Ministry will be doing a 6-week study on the Holy Spirit. We will meet in person at our North Chatham campus and 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 email@example.com 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!
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!
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com.
May 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 Joel Eisner, will be the elder on call. You can contact him via phone : (919) 629-9928 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.