Pursuing Christ, Together

Sunday Mornings

Worship: 9:30am (Classic Blend)
11am (Contemporary Blend)
     (11am also Livestreamed)
Children’s Programming: 9:30am & 11am
Youth: 9:30am
Adult Community Groups: 9:30am & 11am

ACG Schedule

Current ACGs

Belayers, 9:30 am (Room 18)

  • Doctrines of Grace through the Hymns of the Church, Dan Waugh (Jan 9th-Feb 6th). The Doctrines of Grace, aka The Five Points of Calvinism, are often debated, less often considered and understood, but frequently celebrated in the songs we sing. This five week class will look at these five points from a biblical/theological stance, but more importantly, consider how we find them a source of comfort, joy and inspiration for worship. 
  • New Testament Foundations (starting February 13th)

  

Women’s ACG, 9:30 am (Room 17). 

  • Faith and Fellowship, starting January 16. For this winter series, you’re invited to come hear from a different CCC woman each week. Our guests will tell stories of grace from her own life and will share resources and routines that have sustained her faith. During these winter months, we’ll highlight other ministries in both the church and community, and there will be plenty of time to get to know each other. If you’re looking for a way to connect with other CCC women, this is a perfect starting point!
 

Koinonia, 11:00 am (Room 18)

  • New Testament Foundations (starting January 9th). A team of teachers will lead us to consider the key themes in the New Testament – themes that shape our theology and our living. 

Past ACGs

Fall 2021: Old Testament Foundations (team taught); Mother Church (Dan Waugh)

Creation Care, with Dr. Ben Brabson, Professor Emeritus of Physics of Climate Change at Indiana University, and Dan Waugh. We’ll look at biblical texts, from Genesis to Revelation, that have bearing on the topic of creation care and environmental stewardship. Dr. Brabson helps us consider ways we can take these principles and put them into practice into today’s world.
Video: Week One, Week Two, Week Three, Week Four.

The Lord’s Supper, with Stephen Morton. Stephen explores how different segments of the church understand the Supper and wrestles with some important questions. (Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7)

Spiritual Renewal, with Dan Waugh. Pulling from historical accounts of revivals and drawing on the wealth of Scriptural insights, accounts, and prayers we want to think, to open ourselves up for, and pray for a new work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8

1 Timothy, with Jerry Frederick. Week One: handoutvideoWeek Two (handout link in video description; Week Three, no video; Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9

The Book of Micah, with Dan Waugh. At points, Micah’s enumerations of the people’s sins and God’s judgments are hard to read, but they prepare us to hear the good news of God’s salvation. Week 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7

Political Theology, with Dan Waugh: Laying the foundations of biblical teaching regarding political thought the class explores different models of political theology through the ages, with a specific eye to how these models could be helpful, or not, in our modern, pluralistic culture. Week 1 (Intro), Week 2 (Early Church)Week 3 (Medieval Church)Week 4 (Augustine & Aquinas)Week 5 (Anabaptist & Theonomists, Oh My!)Week 6 (Calvin’s Two Kingdoms)Week 7 (Application of Two Kingdom Approach).

The Historicity of Exodus, with Steven Lulich: This ACG pulls together evidence from archaeology, ancient literature, and the Bible itself. Week OneWeek TwoWeek ThreeWeek FourWeek 5Week 6Week 7 (manuscript, no video available)