Also known as “What We Believe,” our Statement of Faith provides a list of what we consider to be the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. See what we believe about Bible, God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, man, sin, salvation, the Church, local church ordinances, and last things (or, end times).
God has not called the church to simply “do good things.” The Scriptures indicate that particular activities are be prioritized in the life of the church. When our church body gathers you will see these priorities being lived out.
What makes us tick? These seven core values energize us to do everything we do at CCC.
Just because churches have identical statements of faith does not mean those churches are the same in every way. Every church is at least “somewhat unique.” Here are six distinctives of CCC. These distinctives define how we do ministry, that is, how we help one another live out our priorities.
The local church is a body of believers who are committed to one another, or “in covenant” with one another. Our church covenant defines the commitments members of CCC make to one another.