CCF is alive and active. We have a variety of ministries that help us engage with one another, love our community, and glorify King Jesus. We are not a large church, so we don’t think in terms of “offering” ministries. Rather, these are some of the ways in which we walk together in Christian love and fellowship:

  1. Community Groups: Our community groups meet once a month between September and May (following the school year). Our membership is encouraged to sign up each year and visitors are more than welcome to attend! The more, the merrier!
  2. Covenant Kids: For more information on our youth ministries click here.
  3. Men’s / Women’s Fellowships: Occasionally, our men/women’s groups will meet for fellowship, devotions, and yes… even some axe throwing!
  4. Music Ministry: Worship through music is a vital part of worship. We encourage anyone with musical talent to talk to the elders to get plugged in.
  5. New Members Class: 4 times a year, once each quarter, we invite prospective members to meet with our elders during a “New Members Class.” This class introduces folks to our church, what we believe, and our by-laws.
  6. Core Classes: Our core classes are offered occasionally by our elders. These classes are offered for 4-5 weeks at a time and usually start at 8:30 on Sunday mornings. They are designed to introduce new comers to our “core distinctives.” Classes include, “What is Calvinism?” “What Does It Mean to be Reformed?” “What are Confessions and Creeds?”
  7. Nursery: All of our nursery volunteers are members of CCF and have been background checked. The nursery is available during our Sunday morning gatherings.