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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

This Sunday

Order of Worship

9:30

Invocation
The Love of God
Goodness of God
Pastoral Prayer
Announcements
Scripture Reading: Nehemiah 2:11-18
Choir Anthem
Message
Just As I Am (I Come Broken)
Postlude

11:00

Invocation
When the Fight Calls
The Love of God
Goodness of God
Pastoral Prayer
Announcements
Scripture Reading: Nehemiah 2:11-18
Message
Just As I Am (I Come Broken)
Postlude

Announcements

Summer Worship Schedule: Mark your calendars! Beginning on Sunday, May 22nd, we will gather all together for worship at 10:30am.

Congregational Meeting: Members, please plan to stay after worship on May 22nd for our annual spring business meeting, when the 2022-23 fiscal year general budget proposal will be submitted for approval.

Celebrating the Mangrums: Please join us in celebrating John and Lori Mangrum and their 30 years of ministry to our church at a lunch following worship and the congregational meeting on Sunday, May 22nd. We would love for you to write them a card or note with a word of thanks, a favorite memory, or a way in which their ministry has impacted your family to bring to the lunch. If you have photos of John or Lori with members of our congregation over the years, please send them to Lynne in the church office or bring them in to be scanned. Want to help at the lunch? Sign up here!

Serve at Camp! Get in on the fun at Preo or Camp O–find a volunteer shift (or more) on our SignupGenious page and help make camp happen!

Sponsor a Child at Camp: We have never turned away a camper because of cost and we don’t want to start now! Scholarships of $140 and $240 are needed, but donations of any amount are appreciated. Please make any checks out to CCC and indicate “camp scholarship” on the memo line. To donate online, make a designated gift on our Giving page and write “camp scholarship” in the special instructions section.

Southern Indiana 6K for Water: Did you know that 6 kilometers is the average distance people in the developing world walk for water each day? Sign up to walk or run the Southern Indiana 6K for Water on Saturday, May 21st, and you will be bringing life-changing, clean water to communities in need. Visit southernindiana6k.com to learn more and register; contact the church office for a registration promo code if it would help make this event more accessible to you. To volunteer, check out the 6K’s SignupGenius page. CCC Missions is helping to sponsor this event.

Senior Adult Ministry (SAM) Meet us at church at 9:30am on Thursday, May 19th, to carpool to the T.C. Steele State Historic Site for a tour of his home and studio. Afterwards, we will have lunch at Hard Truth Hills in Nashville. Please RSVP to Steve and Nancy Wooden regarding the tour, lunch, and carpooling.

CCC Library

  • Do you love books, especially Christian books? Please consider serving on the CCC Library Committee.
  • Our church library could use a few people to help patrons on Sunday mornings. You would learn the simple self-check-out procedures and help people who are not yet familiar with them.
  • Donations of gently used Christian fiction or non-fiction for adults and children are welcome. We are particularly interested in books published during the past five years. If you have purchased a Christian book recently that you are finished with, please consider donating it to the library. In addition, classics in good condition are welcome. Donations may be placed in the labeled Donation Collection Box in the library next to the door to Room 14/15.
  • If you have questions or an interest in serving, please let us know through our Contact form.

May Energy Action: Air Conditioning Who knows what kind of weather May will hold, but it’s a good time to start practicing NOT turning on the AC and finding ways to keep cool before adjusting the thermostat. Please read the May Action Sheet, which reminds us how much energy AC takes (and how it drives up our electric bill!)