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Church School


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Church School


Church School

The goal of the CCC church school program is to be a safe and comfortable space for children to explore their relationships with God. We help them learn  about the teachings of Jesus and the Christian tradition. Most importantly, we teach them how to apply those lessons of love to their own lives. 

All children in preschool through grade six are welcome to come to church school. It runs from September through May during our regular worship service at 9:30am.

Families start the service together in the sanctuary. Partway through the service, the pastor calls the children to the front for a special message. After that, they are dismissed to their church school classes. (The first Sunday of each month is Communion; the children leave a little bit earlier so they can come back to be with their families for Communion.) Parents are welcome to attend with their child if they would like.

We use Group Publishing’s “Buzz” curriculum for our classes. These are dynamic lessons filled with games and singing and moving around. They make learning about God’s love fun and engaging.

Visitors are always welcome!

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Youth Ministry


Youth Ministry


Youth Ministry

Pilgrim Fellowship Youth Group

Pilgrim Fellowship aka PF is open to any youth in grades 7-12.  We meet at the church on Sundays (unless an event is planned and advertised to be elsewhere) from 6.00-7:30pm.  

Please join us … you can come every week … or when you can fit it into your schedule!!

FYI … food and fun will be involved

Leaders: Sandy & Elizabeth Thomas

Confirmation and Our Whole Lives

We offer these programs in alternate years to 9th graders (Confirmation) and 8th and 9th graders (Our Whole Lives or OWL).

Confirmation is the time when a young person decides whether to join the church. 

Our Whole Lives, together with Sexuality and Our Faith, helps participants make informed and responsible decisions about their relationships, health and behavior in the context of their faith. It equips participants with accurate, age-appropriate information in six subject areas: human development, relationships, personal skills, sexual behavior, sexual health, and society and culture. It provides not only facts about anatomy and human development, but helps participants to clarify their values, build interpersonal skills and understand the social, emotional and spiritual aspects of sexuality. Learn more