CCC SERVE Vision
As members of Christ Community Church we are to Serve God in Worship, Serve the Church in Care, and Serve the World in Witness in fulfillment of the Great Commission – to continue the ministry of Jesus Christ by doing His work and proclaiming His word within our church body, local community, and world. (Matt. 22: 37-39, John 13: 34-35, Matt. 28:18-20)
Christ Community Church specifically supports ministries who SERVE within the following areas:
- Great Commission Ministry
- Mercy Ministry
- Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) / Campus Ministry
.. He has showed you, O man, what is good. And what does the Lord require of you? To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8
Venture to Serve: October 5
Join us in the Worship Center at 11:00 to hear how God is transforming lives in our church, community, and world. We will hear from:
Mercy Community Healthcare (formerly Mercy Children’s Clinic) reflects the love of Jesus Christ by providing quality and compassionate healthcare to both the insured and uninsured in Williamson and surrounding counties – with a focus on Pediatrics, Adult Primary Care and Integrated Mental & Behavioral Health. They have a team of more than 80 full and part–time staff, including ten physicians – all of whom are Board Certified. Their patients come from more than 30 counties in Tennessee and they had more than 26, 000 patient visits last year.
Siloam Family Health Center is a faith-based clinic that cares for the uninsured and underserved throughout Middle Tennessee by providing affordable, whole-person care that addresses the physical, emotional, spiritual, and social determinants of health. Siloam cares for those who often slip through the cracks of the health care system due to financial, cultural or language barriers. More than 80% of their patients are foreign-born, coming from 85 homelands and speaking 77 languages.
Fall Appalachia Mission Trip: October 10-13
Join us for our annual fall trip to McCreary County during Williamson County’s fall break October 10 - 13. The team will be staying at the new ICM bunkhouse which past teams have helped to build. Team will participate with bunkhouse kitchen renovation, Women’s ministry, and visits with friends in the community. Other opportunities may be added that are tailored according to the gifts of the team. Deadline to register is Sunday, October 5. For more information and trip application, contact email@example.com.
Monthly Collection for Missions
Each month, a ministry is highlighted with a few suggested items to donate that are needed for their ministry. For the month of September we will be collecting the following supplies for New Hope Academy:
- Glue sticks
- Paper Towels
- Hand Sanitizer
New Hope Academy is a Christ-centered community school with an economically, racially, and culturally diverse student body. It exists to serve low income families by establishing a solid biblical worldview, instilling vision, confirming hope, and preparing each young person for a life of service. For more information, visit www.nhafranklin.org/