In Person Services are back but you can still view our latest livestream on our facebook page.
In Person Services are back this Sunday January 10th! If you’re comfortable please join us at 9am at Bethel. We will continue to have our our livestream here on our website and on our facebook page. We look forward to interacting with you wherever you are at.
If you’re curious what CCC is doing to slow the spread of Coronavirus you can read our Safety Plan.
Starting January 1st Cornerstone will be reading through the entire New Testatment together. A chapter each week day and discussing the week’s reading in Home Groups and Sunday’s messages. Follow along with us by downloading the below pdf or picking up a printed copy in person. Looking forward to growing with you.
CCC has formed a COVID Response Team in efforts to develop and implement appropriate strategies to help keep CCC members and our community safe.
- Live streaming services are available via Facebook and our website for anyone who is not comfortable attending in-person gatherings.
- Mask wearing is no longer required at the sunday services. You may still wear one if you prefer.
- Children’s classes are available for kids third grade and younger. Nursery services are also available.
- To date, there has not been any spread within our congregation. If we learn of someone testing positive who has been at an in-person service, the following Sunday service will be held exclusively online to monitor potential spread.
- In addition to monitoring for positive cases at CCC, the COVID Response Team considers the following factors when determining if it’s safe and wise to temporarily suspend our in-person gatherings:
- Rising cases in the community.
- Overwhelmed Hospitals.
- Governmental recommendations.
- Area school district’s statuses.
- Spiritual health of CCC.
Have you ever felt like you’re all alone? Like nobody understands what
you’re going through – or maybe even that nobody cares? Life takes us
there sometimes. David wrote about that in Psalm 34. He was a fugitive
in enemy territory – he was supposed to be the next king of Israel, and
yet he can’t even live in his own country because he’s being hunted by
the current king. And in that season of isolation, David writes Psalm
34. Here is one verse from that Psalm: “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.”
(v18) David came out of that season with praise on his lips. He no
longer felt alone. If you can relate, maybe Psalm 34 would be a good
one for you today.
Just something God brought to my mind as I prepare for Sunday’s message.I hope you find encouragement and strength in Jesus’ love for you today.