COMMUNITY GROUPS

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Community Groups are designed to help people grow and thrive in community with others, and draw closer to Jesus together. We are excited to provide opportunities for you to grow deeper in relationship with Christ and with others!

Groups will begin the week of September 11th.

Join a Community Group

* Groups listed as 'Mixed' are open to individuals and couples of all ages and seasons of life.

Sundays // 5:30-7:00pm // Group Type: Young Couples/Families

Group Type: Young couples/families // Led by: Marty & Jael Boeschling
Sundays // 5:30-7:00pm //
Location: The Boeschling’s House

This group is geared towards young couples (with or without children) and families and will meet on 1-2 Sundays each month for a light meal, connection time, and reading the Bible together and learning how to apply it to our daily lives. Toys and age-appropriate activities will be provided for children who attend with their parents. Guys/Girls’ nights will also be hosted at various restaurants in West Omaha, with childcare provided at CCC.

Contact: Jael Boeschling

Mondays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Phil & Cindy Scott
1st, 3rd, & 4th Mondays of each month // 7:00pm //
Location: CCC

Often regarded as the most important letter in the New Testament, the book of Romans was written to unite Christians in the faith that brings everyone on a common ground and to proclaim the Gospel. Romans makes it clear that there is nothing we can do to save ourselves – only the grace and mercy of God can save us. God expressed that grace and mercy by sending His Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross in our place. When we turn our lives over to Christ, we are no longer controlled by our sin nature, but we are controlled by the Spirit. Read and discuss Romans as the scriptures come alive this fall!

Childcare available upon request.

Contact: Phil Scott

Wednesdays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Lavern Holdeman
Wednesdays // 7:00pm // Location: Zoom

John, “the disciple whom Jesus loved,” was probably closest to Christ of all the twelve. His Gospel, letters, and the Revelation emphasize themes and provide insights unique among the books of the New Testament. During our time together we will look at some of the major themes and important issues he addressed in his writings and discuss their relevance for the church today.

Contact: Lavern Holdeman

Thursdays // 7:00pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Dan & Barb Swain
Thursdays // 7:00pm // Location: CCC

“Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind. This is the greatest and most important command. The second is like it: Love your neighbor as yourself.” – Matthew 22:37-29 (CSB)

Jesus commands his followers to love God with all our heart and to love our neighbors as ourselves. But how do we practically live this out in our daily lives? Join us in this multi-part study as we dive deeper into the Greatest Commandments and, most importantly, how we can implement them into our lives. At the conclusion of each section of the study, you’ll have the opportunity to continue on as we dig deeper into this Great Command. New participants are welcome at any time!

Childcare available upon request.

The book “Placed For a Purpose” by Chris and Elizabeth McKinney is required.

Contact: Dan Swain

2nd Mondays // 6:30pm // Group Type: Mixed

Group Type: Mixed // Led by: Pastors Jael & Marty Boeschling and Pastor Eileen Lundy
2nd Monday of each month (September – April) // 6:30pm // Location: CCC

The global church is facing a discipleship crisis. Traditional discipleship strategies fail because they only address surface issues and do not go deep enough into the emotional health of individuals. Using the book Emotionally Healthy Discipleship as a guide, we will work together to create an emotionally healthy church culture that permeates every aspect of church life, moves people to the beneath-the-surface discipleship, and more fully positions us to fulfill the mission at CCC to love God, love people, and make disciples.

All Leadership Team members and Ministry Team leaders are strongly encouraged to participate in this Community Group. Because this group only meets monthly, participation in another Community Group is also encouraged.

Childcare available upon request.

The book “Emotionally Healthy Discipleship” by Peter Scazzero is required.

Contact: Jael Boeschling