Helping each other become more like Jesus.
Our groups are a community of people who do life together, particularly committed to the core functions of discipleship, care, mission, and multiplication. While each group looks a little different, all groups meet regularly to discuss and apply the Bible and pray, to connect & care for one another during the week, and look for ways to serve & reach out to new people with the gospel.
To learn more or to find a group, visit our Community Groups page.
The Women's Discipleship of CCC wants to nurture the Gospel of grace into women's hearts.
We long to see every woman know Christ personally and extend His Kingdom in her life.
SEEK grace from God by encouraging spiritual growth
SHARE grace in community by connecting our women with one another
SHOW grace to all by providing service opportunities
Please join us throughout the year as we offer morning and evening Bible studies, fellowship dinners,
Christmas gathering, Spring brunch, local school ministry, and the Gospel Coalition Summer Conference.
These are a few of the ways you can grow and be involved at Christ Community.
OFFERING GROUP STUDIES & SPECIAL EVENTS:
There are fellowship dinners and events periodically.
If you would like to be contacted with details of these events, please contact the office.
If you are interested in helping lead this ministry and serve fellow women, please contact Dale Anderson.
Tuesday Morning Bible Study--Begins September 5th
Join us for an inductive and interactive study on the Gospel of Mark
When: Tuesdays 9:15-11:30AM
Where: CCC -- Adult Sunday School Room
Childcare: Yes! Free with RSVP
Please RSVP Contact: Dale Anderson firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Morning Bible Study--Begins September 10th
Join us for a class on Romans 8
When: Sundays during the 9AM Education Hour
Where: CCC--Adult Sunday School Room
Childcare: Education classes for all ages provided
For More Details: email@example.com
With our ministry to men, we seek to support and encourage the developing and deepening of friendships with other men so that are strengthened in Christ for ministry in the home and the marketplace. Several groups meet regularly.
Tuesday Mornings: 6:45-7:40AM. Fellowship may continue after 7:40, but the study will end so participants can get to work.
Location: Maple Street Biscuit Company
Meets every other Tuesday morning. See calendar for schedule.
Questions? Contact Erik Yeary: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday Mornings: 6:00-7:30AM
Location: Christ Community Church Office
We meet on Thursday mornings for Bible study and prayer. All are welcome.
Questions? Contact Mick Popp: FLpopps@hotmail.com
For more info on CCC Mens Ministry Contact:
Larry Eubanks: email@example.com
For any adult male who struggles with self-destructive habitual behavior or who is in recovery from an addiction, a Samson Society men’s group meets every Wednesday evening from 7:00-8:30 PM in the Youth Room. Members of Christ Community Church and friends in the Gainesville community are welcome to visit this open group to find support, encouragement, and accountability from a Christ-centered perspective. We are committed to creating a safe and confidential sharing environment that is supported by ongoing prayer. To learn more, contact Gordon Green, M.Div., M.A. Counseling, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Equipping CCC in gospel conviction, character, and competency.
Sunday Morning learning environments that encourage thoughtful application of the gospel in all areas of life. To learn more about our Sunday morning education hour, click here.
Current Class: 1 Corinthians--The Word of the Cross
The apostle Paul’s epistle to the Corinthian church covers many different
theological and practical questions, but there is one central issue he is addressing: unity. The Corinthian church was fractured, and the chief reason was pride. This pride manifested itself in a skewed view of the gospel, which led to sinful attitudes about things such as wisdom, sexual wholeness, and worship, and also a misuse of their spiritual gifts. At the heart of this book is the reality of the cross and
resurrection. Paul admonishes this church to return to the logic and pattern of the gospel, so that pride is replaced with servant-hearted love and unity. Join us in seeking this gospel pattern together Sunday mornings at 9 in the adult classroom this fall.