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February 18

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Bring It Discussion Group

What questions, thoughts, and wonderings do you wrestle with OR maybe you don’t even know what questions to ask! Let’s dialogue about faith, scripture, and the teachings of Jesus.

Join retired pastors Terry Dorsey and Brian Emmet for a friendly, spirited, and free-wheeling conversation about whatever questions you'd like to raise. We'll meet every Sunday in March (except 3/31, that's Easter!), from 1130-1230 at NCH. Free pizza and drinks!

We won't tell you what to think but will work instead on helping you know how to think, Biblically and faithfully. Everyone and all questions welcome -- and even if you don't have a burning question, you may well enjoy the lively give-and-take.

Note: The responses offered by Bring It! represent the opinions and perspectives of Terry and Brian alone, and should not be interpreted as representing the positions of Chatham Community Church or its leaders.

Men's Half-Day Retreat - February 24th

Hungry for increased depth and substance in your knowing of Jesus? All men are invited to a morning devoted to being with Him. Join us at our North Chatham campus from 8 am until 1 pm. 

For questions or to RSVP, contact Brian Emmet.

Women's Conference - March 2nd

Join us on March 2, 2024, from 8:30-2:00, at our North Chatham Campus for a day where you can be filled with the fullness of God. Leave equipped with biblical, realistic, and transferrable tools to live a life of JOY, no matter what you face. 

We are pulled in so many directions each day! A restful, renewed life is possible, even with a packed schedule. Come join us to hear our amazing speaker, Melissa Maimone, as she teaches how God’s word shows us a better way to live!

Coffee, tea, and water are available with light snacks during check-in, beginning at 8:30 am. Lunch is available with registration including GF and Vegetarian options. To register, click here. The cost is $30 and a $15 scholarship is available. 

Registration for this event begins January 9, 2024 through February 26, 2024.

Two Service Times at Pittsboro Campus - March 3

Over the last 12 months, our community at Pittsboro has grown by close to 30%. Almost every Sunday in January, we've had to add more chairs and ask people to move so we could make space for those who were arriving. As more people move to Pittsboro, there is a need for more opportunities for them to encounter God.

Starting March 3rd, we will have two services at PBO, one at 9:00 and one at 10:30 am.  We are an all y’all church and this is an invitation for all of us to engage in. Over the next few weeks, we’ll talk more about what it’s going to look like and how we might all participate in what God is doing in PBO this season. 

Divorce Care & Surviving the Holidays

If you’re recently divorced or separated, the holidays can be especially difficult. 

Every year leading into the holidays, the folks with Divorce Care offer a one-night seminar called “Surviving the Holidays.” 

CCC will host a “Surviving the Holidays” event Sunday, Nov. 19th 7:00-8:30 p.m. The week afterward, we’ll kick off a new session of the 12-week Divorce Care curriculum on Sunday, November 26, from 7- 8:30. Both are available via zoom only.

To register go to

Harbor Women’s Bible Study Kicks off 9/13 

The Harbor women’s Bible study will begin weekly meetings on Wednesday, September 13th at NCH, from 9:00-11:00 a.m. If you’re interested in attending - please email harbor@chathamchurch.orgChildcare is available upon request.  

We will be studying:  Living Beyond Yourself: Exploring the Fruit of the Spirit. Join us as we grow spiritually and make meaningful connections together.

Anchor Women’s Evening Bible Study Kicks off 9/7

Our women’s evening study will begin weekly meetings on Thursday, 9/7 at 7:00 at the leader's home. This fall they will be studying Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby. 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.   

For more information about some of the small groups that are looking to welcome new members this fall, click here. 

Get Help/Give Help

Since its inception a couple of years ago, the Disaster and Relief Response Team (DARRT) 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 

Mosaic Student Ministry

Mosaic meets on Sunday nights from 5:30-7:00. All students in middle and high school are welcome! We’ll start our service together, then we’ll break up into high school and middle school groups for a message and then into breakout groups for discussion. 

We will meet at our Pittsboro location this fall.

Contact Ernie Lane 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

February 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 Ernie Lane, will be the elder on call. You can contact him via phone : (919) 629-9928 or email: