Our Children's Ministry has classes from birth up through elementary age children. Those children who are 12 and older stay in the church with the adults during the services.
The younger children stay with their parents until after worship at which time they may either continue to stay in the service with parents or may go downstairs for children’s church to receive biblical teaching from our teachers. Every teacher at CCLC has had an extensive background check for your child’s safety and your peace of mind.
Personal godly growth in their relationship with Christ is of paramount importance if men are going to help lead their families and friends into a greater walk with Christ. Our Men’s Ministry meets regularly for Saturday breakfasts on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of each month with the goal of growing together in both Christ-like fellowship and discipleship. We also enjoy various conferences and events that will challenge the men to consistently follow Christ and to be actively serving their families and their communities with the love and gospel of Jesus Christ.For more information, times and locations please contact Corey Rivera 541-272-7405.
Women have a very special place in the heart of Jesus. He included them as equals in His salvation plan. He spoke to women, even when it was socially unacceptable to do so. He loves us!
Our heart is to encourage women to use their gifts, natural and spiritual, to serve and bless the church and our community, while at the same time developing a strong knowledge of the Word of God thru study and discussion. Join us for the Women’s Bible study on Tuesday evenings at 7 pm to learn the Word of God and apply it in our lives thru His transforming power! This is a very good way to get to know each other and be encouraged and strengthened in our journey with God. We also have monthly lunches on the 3rd Saturday to encourage fellowship and getting to know each other.
If you have any questions, please call Diane Magnan 541-921-9178.
Home groups are not anything new. The early church was predominantly meeting in the homes of Christians, as we can see from the Book of Romans.
Romans 16:5 "Likewise greet the church that is in their house. Greet my beloved Epaenetus, who is the firstfruits of Achaia to Christ."
When we meet for home groups, we will informally meet at one of our fellow believers home in which we will experience a certain kind of ministry that we might not experience at our Midweek or Sunday church services. These are meant to be informal gatherings that will deepen a believer’s life as they become more of a part of other believer’s lives.
There are at least 7 different areas of ministry that are in operation in a home group or home fellowship.
- Fellowship-creates connectedness by way of greater visibility & encouragement
- Prayer for each other’s needs and concerns
- We learn to share our faith, so we can share it with our fellow believers and even our community or family
- Worship more intimately together
- We all begin to instruct one another with the Word of God
- The home group creates a bridge and witness to others in a neighborhood
- It also helps anyone who is leading it to be stretched and matured as well as possibly raise up others to facilitate homegroups.
For more info on our current homegroups, please call Pastor Phil 541-921-9130.