Equip Classes

See class descriptions below for classes

March 15 - May 10

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  • Kids Equip - please register your children ages 4 mo. - 5th Grade

    Join us for a purposeful interactive hour each Sunday at 9 am! With a fresh blend of playful learning techniques and rote memorization, kids will recite the New City Catechism, memorize a passage of scripture, pray with their small group, and sing in Kids Choir. Our trained teachers will be a huge blessing to your kids and to you! Please be sure to sign up your kids at the provided link.

  • Teens, Culture, and Faith (no registration required)

    Teens, Culture, and Faith aims to engage teenagers with issues relevant to their biggest questions, struggles, and concerns. Our goal is to go deeper in seeing how Jesus Christ, and his life, death, and resurrection apply to particular issues of daily teen life. This year we'll be discussing comparative religions to see the uniqueness of Christ and His claims. Our class seeks to make mature disciples by providing students with a solid foundation of confidence in scripture's ability to speak to the most challenging and pressing issues of day to day life.

  • Field Experience: Boiler Room Prayer

    Many of you have experienced the joy and privilege of praying for the sermon in our Boiler Room Prayer sessions, and we'd like to make that option available to even more people during the Equip class hour. This is a great follow up to our Equip class on prayer, and you will have ample opportunities to pray boldly on behalf of our church. Plus, you'll experience the joy of community while praying in a unified voice with others in our church.

  • The Kingdom of God had Drawn Near: A New Testament Survey

    Class Leaders: Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski and other ITS Personnel

    Ever wonder how the New Testament fits together? With many human authors and one Divine author, the story of the New Testament is a powerful message of God's plan to further establish His Kingdom for His glory and the good of His people. Join us as Dr. Nicholas Piotrowski and other personnel from the Indianapolis Theological Seminary walk us through the New Testament. This class is a follow-up to our previous class on the theology of the Old Testament.

  • Conversations with Our Missionaries: 

    Go Therefore and Make Disciples of all Nations

    Class Leaders: Peter Birkel and Bukky Akinbola

    In Matthew 28:16-19 Jesus gives His disciples the Great Commission. We are all called to make new disciples as part of our Christian walk, but some have a special call from God. It takes an extraordinary person to be a full-time missionary. CCC is blessed to support 20 active missionaries serving both locally and around the world.

    Whether you are a long time CCC member or new to our community, the missions team would love for you to be better connected with our missionaries. This class will use both in-person sessions and live video-conferencing to let you interact with our missionaries. Both local and global missionaries will answer your questions and share with us such things as: their background, how they were called to missions, their daily work, family details, etc. Most importantly they will be sharing their prayer requests and how we can better support them.

  • Want to Be a Healthy Church Member?

    Class Leaders: Glen Olberding and Scott Livermore

    What does it look like to be a faithful, engaged church member? How does it impact how you live? We will use the practical book "What is a Healthy Church Member?" to guide our discussion on how we can grow individually and as a community. This class is for those who have recently begun attending the church, are a newer follower of Christ, are beginning to disciple or shepherd others, or want to consider anew the foundation of being a healthy church member. Visitors and church members alike will greatly benefit from this material, and all are invited!