The mission of God is to be glorified.
The mission of The Church is to make disciples.
The mission of Community Christian Fellowship is to glorify God by making disciples who love God, grow together, serve others and reach the world.
Worship encompasses every area of our lives and is the overflow of our love for God. God has created us with the ability to celebrate Him and calls us to eat, drink, speak, think, and work to His glory (1 Cor. 10:31). We nurture love for God primarily in the Weekend Worship Services and NextGen ministries. In these settings, God’s people are united in worship through preaching, teaching, singing, praying and celebrating the ordinances of baptism and communion.
The Christian faith is not intended to be lived in isolation. We were made to be relational — living in community with God and with others. We are called to not simply attend, but to belong and contribute to the growth and discipleship of God’s people. The context for this is the local church. The local church provides a place where men and women are edified through God’s Word and by the mutual love, care and encouragement of others (1 Cor. 12:12-31). Small Groups is where people can connect to the church body while connecting to God’s Word.
Overflowing from the reconciling work of God, we seek to show His grace and mercy to others through service (1 Pet. 4:10). The purpose of our service to others is to express God’s love. As we serve, we do so with humility, generosity, and hospitality for the glory of God. Service is nurtured when we volunteer in the various ministry teams that provide opportunities to greet people, lead others, teach, sing, give financially to those in need, lead a small group, etc.
Reach The World
We were made to make disciples. God has already done His part to restore our relationship to Him and we have been tasked with sharing that good news with those in the world around us. Every follower of Christ has been called and equipped to live out God’s mission of taking the gospel to the ends of the earth (Matt. 28:19-20). This is accomplished when we intentionally interact with neighbors and coworkers. When we make disciples, we build the church. Our goal is the multiplication of disciples that results in new churches.