Most churches want to be known for what they are against.

We want to be known for what we are FOR

In our new building on Andrews Store Road, we want to create a space that will bless Chatham County.

You can donate to the project here, and select 'capital campaign'

Here are some sketches of our plans in progress.  See below for the latest on the construction. We'll keep you updated as we go!

Frontdoor and RoadsideNew Building Floor Plan

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Let there be light!

We have electricity and who knew that Alex was a light ninja!...

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Latest Pic - Walls!

Latest Pics - Walls!...

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Capital Campaign Celebration!

Thank you for your faithful generosity! Watch this video for a celebration of a terrific capital campaign, an update on our progress, and hopes for more to come!

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3D Renderings and a Look at the Numbers in the Capital Campaign

Check out some 3D renderings from our very own Roman Jennings and the latest numbers on the capital campaign. ...

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Finishing up the grading. Way to go Wes!

Catch this video on the latest news at the new building site. ...

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All Clear (almost)

Almost finished with the clearing....

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Making a Way for our new building.

Making a Way for our new building. Clearing, capturing run-off, putting down gravel....

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Alex drives an excavator! Groundbreaking news!

The site work has begun! Watch Alex drive the big equipment....

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Lloyd grading doing a great job protecting our neck of the woods as we muck around.

Went by the property today to see how the site work is coming along. ZOOM OUT and you can see a lot of clearing getting done in this drone shot. ZOOM IN a lot closer and take a look at some pics of how our erosion control is at work taking care of our little woodland stream at the back of the property. Here is the little stream with a diverse collection of ferns. ...

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Alex takes a walk in CCC woods, imagining the church to come.


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