Student Ministry

CCC's Student Ministry exists to partner with parents to make mature disciples of Christ who

exalt, equip, and extend where they live, work and play. 

Teens, Culture, & Faith

Equip Class - Sundays from 9:00-10:00 AM

Led by Rev. Justin Poythress


Teens, Culture & 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, such as technology, gender, sexuality, identity, world religions & beliefs, real & false spirituality, science, etc. 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.

AIM Groups

A -  Accountability

I -   Intersession

M - Mission

Out of thousands of followers, Jesus chose 12. Out of 12 disciples, Jesus invested heavily in 3. At CCC we desire to follow our Savior by having mature adults investing heavily in 4-5 students. Discipleship Groups are small groups where the students wrestle with their faith and God's Word in the context of a life-on-life discipleship relationship.


AIM Group for boys in grades 6-9

Meeting on the 1st & 3rd Sunday afternoon every month

1:30-3:00 @ the Killinger's home


AIM Group for boys in grades 10-12

Meeting on the 1st and 3rd Monday evening every month

6:30-8:00 @ the Poythress' home


AIM Group for girls in grades 6-12

Meeting on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday evening every month

7:00-9:00 @ various homes

Retreats & Mission Trips

Retreats  serve as wonderful weekend opportunities to unplug  from the demands of busyness, and re-center ourselves on what matters most, our relationship with Christ, and how that impacts our relationships and daily responsibilities.

Mission Trips are open to the whole church, and sound as a call for believers who wish to mature in servant leadership to go out into the world and participate in the larger body of Christ.