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Week of April 6, 2014

Attend Sunday worship services

Contents Guest information

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Plan to attend this year's Easter services. Invite family, friends, or coworkers to attend one of these life-changing services. For more information, visit cccomaha.org/easter.

Kids Connect

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Students

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Good Friday services 4.18 / 7 PM / Old Mill Campus / Worship Center / Seder dinner experience 4.18 / 7 PM / New Life Baptist / 801 Kayleen Dr, Bellevue

8:08 / College

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Young professionals

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Deaf Fellowship

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Classes

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Journey Groups

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Seniors

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Care Network

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Local Missions

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Global Missions

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Renewal

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Announcements

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Serving

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Easter save the date

Saturday services 4.19 / 5 & 7 PM / Old Mill Campus / Gym Sunday services 4.20 / 7 AM / Old Mill Campus / Worship Center 4.20 / 9 & 10:45 AM / Old Mill Campus / Worship Center and Gym 4.20 / 9:30 AM / Bellevue Campus

Connect

Participate in community

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GroupLink / Today GroupLink is the best way to learn more about Journey Groups and explore opportunities to connect. Meet staff and volunteers who will help you explore groups in your neighborhood. Sundays / Old Mill Campus / D126 / Follow the signs / after 9 & 10:45 AM services

Contribute

Kingdom investment 11 Journey Groups 12

Become involved in the mission & ministries of CCC

Gathering / 4.11 4.11 / Old Mill Campus / Student Center / This month's Gathering is part of CCC's Trafficking Awareness initiative. Join Pastor Tim Perry and guests Gene Klein, Director of Project Harmony, and CCC’s Blair family for an interview. Learn how the community responds to child abuse. Hear how one family is making a difference in the lives of kids.

Traffick School Tim Perry, Pastor of Spiritual Discovery, will direct the Price of Life Omaha this September. Kicking off on 9.2 with niched events throughout the week and concluding with a rally concert on 9.6, the goal is to confront human trafficking through awareness and Gospel proclamation. In preparation for this city-wide event, plan to attend Traffick School – a weekend training workshop May 30-31.

Village One Easter egg extravaganaza Bless the Village One neighborhood through Bridge Church's Easter extravaganza. Donate plastic eggs and bagged candy at the Old Mill Campus Atrium by April 13. For more information, see page 6 of the Hub.

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Guest information Contact: Jessica Hawley / jessicah@cccomaha.org Looking for information? Stop at one of the Information Centers and pick up a welcome packet. Visit cccomaha.org for events, ministries, staff listings and more.

Old Mill Campus / 404 S 108th Ave / Omaha, NE 68154 / 402.330.3360 Bellevue Campus / Bellevue University / 1000 Galvin Road S / Bellevue, NE 68005 Online Campus / cccomaha.tv / Sundays 9 & 10:45 AM The Loop / cccomaha.tv / Hourly throughout the week

Kids Connect

Birth - grade 5 / Sundays / 9 & 10:45 AM / Old Mill Campus Birth - preschool / Sundays / 9:30 AM / Bellevue Campus Birth - grade 5 / Sundays / 11 AM / Bellevue Campus

Old Mill / Contact: Kathy McKelvey / kathym@cccomaha.org Bellevue / Contact: Darla Bair / darlab@cccomaha.org What are my kids learning?

4's / Preschool & Kindergarten

Summer U registration

For ideas on how to lead your kids' spiritual growth, visit cccomaha.org/kids-connect and download the weekly and monthly HomeFront resource for parents.

Scripture: Matthew 21:1-11; Mark 11:1-11; Luke 19:28-38; John 12:12-19 (Triumphal Entry / Palm Sunday) Meaning: Jesus is King! Remember verse: Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart.  Colossians 3:23a

Sign up for Summer U or Summer U Jr, June 23-27. Registration begins today at my.cccomaha.org.

Grades 1-5 Scripture:  Matthew 21:1-11; John 12:12-19 (Palm Sunday) Meaning: Jesus is King! Remember verse:  Do nothing out of sel$sh ambition or vain conceit, but in humility consider others better than yourselves. Each of you should look not only to your own interests, but also to the interests of others. Philippians 2:3-4

Students

2's & 3's Scripture: John 19-20 Meaning: Jesus is alive! Remember verse: God loved us and sent His Son.

Registration begins May 4 for Dad & Me on June 7. For more information, visit cccomaha.org/kids.

Serving opportunities Nursery / Sunday mornings Renewal / Tuesday evenings See page 9 for details.

For more information or to be added to the parent email list: Elizabeth Bartz / elizabethb@cccomaha.org

All Campuses Middle School Summer Mission Trip / 6.1-7 / Registration closes 4.13 / Grades 7 - 8 High School Summer Mission Trip: Dominican Republic / Training 1 / Today / 3 - 5 PM / Student Center Senior Banquet / 4.30 / 6:30 PM / $10 per person / RSVP by 4.20

Old Mill Campus

B e l l ev u e C a m p u s

Middle School / 6 - 8th

High School / 9 - 12th

Student Ministry / 6 - 12th

Worship / Today / 9 AM / Student Center

Worship / Today / 9 AM / Student Center

Grades 7 - 8 Journey Groups / Today / 6 8 PM / Student Center

Journey Groups / Today / 6 -8 PM / See website for locations

Worship / Today / Following the main service / Student Ministry room Grades 6 - 8 Journey Groups / Today / 6 8 PM / Bellevue Campus office (801 Kayleen Dr / 68005) Grades 9 - 12 Journey Groups / Today / 6 - 8 PM / Bair house (300 Pierce St / 68046)

Grade 6 Journey Groups / 4.9 / 6:30 - 8 PM / Gym  

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8:08 / College Contact: Jared Kliewer / College Pastor / jaredk@cccomaha.org 8:08 is a community of college-age students (18-24) who are passionate about loving God, each other and the city. Whether you're walking intimately with Jesus or just have questions about who God is, connect in the 8:08 community. 8:08 meets every Thursday at 8:08 PM in the Student Center to worship in community. Find us on Facebook "8:08 College Community" stay in the loop with 8:08 happenings & share with your friends.

Journey Groups Various locations & meeting times see cccomaha.org/college for details Looking to connect and grow in community? Find a Journey Group and dive in! Email jaredk@cccomaha.org for information.  

Emerge / young professionals Contact: Lisa Ashton / lisaa@cccomaha.org Emerge seeks to engage young professionals through authentic community, providing opportunities to build meaningful relationships and impact our church, city, and world. Spiritual development and discipleship are encouraged through Journey Group involvement, as we are being shaped into Christ-centered people. The Emerge community is comprised of young professionals, typically single or married pre-kids. facebook.com/EmergeCCC

Coffee and Connections A place for new people to connect with Emerge and meet other young professionals over coffee. Meet at the tables between Access and the Atrium between services at the Old Mill Campus.

Upcoming Events Second Sunday Lunch 4.13 / 12:15 PM / Which Wich? / 114th & Dodge

'Merge Night / Today 4.6 / 6:30 - 8:30 PM / The Morrissey's house / 18915 Boyle Cir, Elkhorn, 68022 / Attend the combined Journey group night to connect with God and other young professionals. Nancy Davies will present "How to Have Difficult Conversations", an important life skill for work, family, and relationships. Contact Lisa / lisaa@cccomaha.org. More info at facebook.com/EmergeCCC

 

Deaf Fellowship Contact: Mary K Kimmons / mkkimmons@gmail.com Interpreted Service / 10:45 AM Worship Center / Old Mill Campus Seating is up front and to the right of the center aisle.

Deaf men's Bible study Wednesdays / 6:30 - 8 PM / D225 Deaf women's Bible study Wednesdays / 6:30 - 8 PM / D126

Deaf Sunday school / 9 AM Adults / D225         Children / C220

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Community events / Deaf Fellowship meets every third Sunday / 12:30 PM / Westroads Mall Food Court Do you need an interpreter? / Contact Jan Ohlsson / janohls@cox.net for a CCC event or appointment.

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Classes / Groups Contact: Deb Beck / debb@cccomaha.org

Register at my.cccomaha.org

Old Mill Campus Love and Respect

B e l l ev u e C a m p u s Point of Hope

Sundays / Begins 4.6 / 10:45 AM / I188 Tuesdays / Begins 4.8 / 7 PM / D126 Learn to communicate in a manner that builds mutual understanding between genders. Contact Sue / sue@vandenbrinkpkg.com

2nd & 4th Sunday / 9-10:15 AM A positive environment for single moms to grow alongside each other with encouragement and life-giving discipleship. Contact Jen Burch$eld / pohccc@gmail.com.

RISKS weekend class

Wonderstruck: Awaken to the Nearness of God

 6.6-7.14 / C217 / Friday 6 - 9 PM / Saturday 9 AM - 12 PM Whether you're exploring or a seasoned traveler on your spiritual journey, this gathering is an ideal opportunity to connect and learn about the vision and values of CCC. This elective is a prerequisite for membership.

Tuesdays / Began 3.11 / 7 weeks / 9:30 11 AM / Led by Lisa Brown / Wonderstruck, a dvd series by Margaret Feinberg, invites you to toss back the covers, climb out of bed, and drink in the fullness of life God intended.

Matthew's Book study Fridays / 6:15 AM - 7:30 AM / I188 / $5 / Grow in your faith through reading and applying the Sermon on the Mount. Pick up the Matthew's Book Field Guide at the Atrium Resource booth. Contact Jim Ratte / jrnuke@cox.net

Starting Point Connect with Pastor Elvin and learn more about CCC. Second Sunday each month, following the worship service. Room will be announced.

Instruments in the Redeemer's hands Begins 4.27 / Connect Hour / This class will demonstrate how God uses people to love, serve, and bless the body of Christ. Resources available at the Connect table beginning 4.20.

Journey Group leader training 4.26 / 10 AM - 2 PM / Journey group and team leader training. For more information, contact Elvin / elvint@cccomaha.org.

Women's Ministry Janice Cumming / jan1716@aol.com

Men's Ministry Bob Cummings / jan1716@aol.com

Journey Groups Contact the Adult Discipleship team to get connected in a group / debb@cccomaha.org Journey groups are where real life happens together. Meet regularly to study, pray and grow with others. Belong to a community, be transformed by the Gospel and be on mission for the people in the city.

Why join a journey group? Develop friendships with others The smaller group of people gives you the opportunity to form genuine friendships and care for others in times of need.

Grow in your relationship with God The smaller setting gives you the opportunity to dig deeper into Scripture and ask questions in a discussion-based format. Interact with and learn from others.

Make an impact for the Kingdom Double your impact with your Journey Group. Make a difference by serving together in the city or participating in CCC's partnerships around the world.

Attend GroupLink GroupLink is a networking event where those looking for a Journey Group can $nd a group that $ts them. Stop in following Sunday services and introduce yourself. Meet staff and volunteers who will help you explore groups in your neighborhood. D126 / After 9 & 10:45 AM services

Contact the Adult Discipleship Team The Adult Discipleship Team will work with you to $nd a group that $ts you, your location, availability, and age demographics.

How do I join a journey group? Start with people you know Ask those you naturally connect with if they are in a Journey Group. If most aren't in a group, consider starting a new one together. The Adult Discipleship Team will help you with everything you need to get your group started. Page 4

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Boomers and Seniors New Community Groups help make healthy disciples for Jesus through strong biblical teaching, loving care and dedicated prayer. Dayspring / Sunday / 7:45 AM / C117-C Old Mill Campus / Dayspring is a crossgenerational class that welcomes singles and couples for challenging teaching, ministry projects, missionary support and outstanding care groups.

Ecclesia / Sunday / 10:45 AM / C118 /This group is a mix of people young to senior adults. Begins with worship and refreshments, and then moves to studying the scriptures verse by verse with time for discussion.

Kingdom Builders / Sunday / 9 AM / C118 Old Mill Campus / Join Kingdom Builders for prayer, fellowship, biblical teaching and learning the word together.

Spiritually Advancing Linked Together (SALT) / Sunday / 10:45 AM / C117-C / Old Mill Campus / Boomers and seniors are welcome for fellowship, prayer, the study of God’s Word and class socials.

Thankful Hearts / Sunday / 9 AM / Old Mill Campus / D127 / This crossgenerational group ages 40 and up, focuses on Bible study, friendship, life application and growing in relationship with Jesus Christ. Ambassadors / Sunday / 10:45 AM / D127 / Old Mill Campus / Sunday / 10:45 AM / C119-B / Old Mill Campus / This group is a mix of people young to senior adults. Begins with worship and refreshments, and then moves to studying the scriptures verse by verse with time for discussion.

Stamp ministry Fridays / 8 - 11 AM / D127 / Old Mill Campus / Come join in the work and fellowship. To donate, SAVE ALL STAMPS. Bring 1/3 of an envelope to the Senior Adults booth in the Atrium at the Old Mill Campus. Contact Janice Hurley / 402.392.2109.

Super adults Third Tuesday of the month / Old Mill Campus / 4.15.14 / Coffee fellowship at 9:30 AM in the Atrium followed by a program at 10:30 AM in the Chapel: Holy Week Message with Pastor Nick Kalina / Lunch in D127 at 12 PM / $5 / RSVP for lunch by 12 PM the Sunday prior to Sue Beed / 402.938.1570 or at the Senior Adults booth at the Old Mill campus. (No shows must still pay because food is prepared for all who signup.) Senior Lunch & Fellowship First Tuesday of the month / Old Mill Campus / Details TBA

Summer Kitchen breakfast Second Tuesday of the month / 8:30 AM. Enjoy breakfast and encouragement at Summer Kitchen Cafe / 129th and Maple.

 

Care Network Contact: Sue Beed / sueb@cccomaha.org Stephen Ministers

Benevolence Ministry

Stephen Ministers are prepared with a breadth of skills to help in times of difficulty and crisis. Stephen Ministers care, while Christ heals. Stephen Ministers meet with a Care Receiver for an hour per week to extend help and care. Care Receivers have experienced dramatic changes in their lives as a result of the consistent, caring concern of the Stephen Ministers. Con$dentiality is always observed within this ministry.

The Benevolence Team assists with immediate and emergency needs, distributing designated funds as an expression of God’s love. The team provides spiritual support and next steps for positive life change. Oil Change volunteers and pantry staples are welcome. To learn more contact donig@cccomaha.org.

Stephen Ministers are available in the Prayer Room each Sunday. Please contact a Stephen Leader if you or someone you know needs the care of a Stephen Minister. Kurtis Kammerer / kurtisk@cox.net / 402.682.1088 Sherri Esterling / sherrixray@cox.net / 402.332.7369 Jim Jensen / Jdj0547@yahoo.com / 720.276.5431 Lorraine Street / lstreet245@gmail.com / 402-964-0841 Paul Gedden / paulg@cccomaha.org / 402.740.2532

Paper towels - single rolls Dish soap Deodorant Canned soup - 10.75 oz Toilet tissue - 4-packs Laundry soap - 50-100 oz

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To support the pantry, use this list:

Toothpaste Paper grocery bags Facial tissue Shampoo    

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Prayer for Local Missions

Local Missions

Multiply citywide impact Contact: Eric Carpenter / ericc@cccomaha.org Village One Easter Egg Hunt

Appliance Donations

Bless the Village One neighborhood through Bridge Church's Easter extravaganza. Donate plastic eggs and bagged candy at the Old Mill Campus Atrium by April 13. 4.12 / 10 AM - 12 PM / Meet at 3929 Blondo to pass out %yers for the Easter egg hunt in the Village One neighborhood. 4.19 / 11 AM - 12:30 PM / Skinner Elementary / 4304 N 33rd St / Interested in volunteering? Contact Eric / ericc@cccomaha.org

Donations of a fridge, dishwasher, oven, washer and dryer, and microwave are still being accepted for Bridge Church. Pickup of appliances available. Contact Eric / ericc@cccomaha.org to donate any of these items.

City of Omaha Rebuild program The city of Omaha will partner with local non-pro$ts to revitalize impoverished neighborhood. Dilapidated homes will be demolished or refurbished. Groups participating include Habitat for Humanity, Omaha Healthy Kids, Handyman and Emergency Program, and Rebuilding Together. Pray that a neighborhood association would be formed.

These are prayer requests and praises for local ministries, partners, and items of great need. Bridge Church / Pray for church leadership and greater in%uence. CCC / Pray that our leaders connect with the community and live transformed lives. Compass / Pray for families, students, and volunteers. Omaha Street School / Pray for students and teachers to $nish the school year strong. Release Ministry / Pray for the students released from the detention center and for their families. Village One / Pray for future partnership opportunities with the city of Omaha.

Community projects and events Bridge Church / Sundays / 10 -11 AM / Omaha North High School / 4410 N 36th St Compass / Grades 1 - 6 afterschool program / M - Th / 4 - 6 PM / 1723 N. 33rd St Village One Dinner / last Monday of the month / 6 - 7 PM / 3525 Seward St Bridge2Health Clinic / 2nd and 4th Saturdays / Compass building / 1723 N. 33rd St Second Saturday Serve / 4.12 / 10 AM – 12 PM / Paint a house in the Village One neighborhood, then build community through a BBQ from 12 – 1 PM / 3929 Blondo 68111 / Sign up at cccomaha.org. Lighthouse BBQ / 4.17 / 5 - 6 PM / 3929 Blondo St Easter Egg Hunt / 4.19 / 11 AM - 12 PM / Skinner Elementary / 4304 N 33rd St Tobacco-free volleyball challenge / 4.24 / Franklin Elementary / Details TBA Village One outreach dinner / 4.28 / 5 - 6:30 PM / 3526 Seward / Serve the Village One neighborhood by preparing food for a community dinner. Open Door Mission toilet paper drive / Drop off toilet paper at the Timberlake Outreach Center over the next 2 weeks / 2828 N. 23rd St Reading night at Franklin Elementary / Date and details TBA / Franklin Elementary Franklin School Mentoring / April date TBA / 2:30 PM / 3506 Franklin St

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Compass Ministries Energetic volunteers and generous $nancial partners enable Compass to implement ministry to at risk youth in the Village One neighborhood. To make a $nancial contribution, designate your gift on your weekly CCC giving envelope. Contributing to Compass is a great way to invest in the lives of kids and encourage hope in our city. To volunteer, contact Jenny Burg / jennyb@cccomaha.org.

Compass is a non-pro$t 501(C)3 and all gifts are tax deductible. To learn more, visit compassomaha.org.

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Global Missions Contact: Craig Walter / craigw@cccomaha.org Perrotto family to the Dominican Republic Matt and Teri Perrotto, along with their 5 children, leave April 14 for a two-year mission in the Dominican Republic. Meet the Perrottos today, April 6, at the Old Mill Campus Atrium. Place one-time gifts into the offering on Sunday mornings marked with Perrotto, or set up monthly giving at cccomaha.org/give. Pray for the Perrottos as God works in and through them over the next two years.

Update from Graham and Carrie Frank

Prayer for Missions Matt & Teri Perrotto (Dominican Republic) - Pray for the Perrotto family as they leave April 14 for the DR.  Shawn & Becky McCabe (Mali) Pray we $nd the right 15 girls as we launch Hands of Honor miinistry for house girls.

After serving four years with Engineering Ministries International (EMI) in India, Graham and Carrie are returning to the US. Graham has accepted a position with EMI at the head office in Colorado Springs.

Graham & Carrie Frank (India) Pray as we transition to our new role in Colorado Springs.

After much prayer and consideration, Carrie and I have accepted this new position and are gearing up (or getting rid of gear) for another move. It’ll be hard to leave the great investment we’ve made in life, work, and ministry here in Delhi, but we’re excited to follow the Lord in this next season that he has for our family.

Carolyn Thorson (Gabon) – Pray that I will $nish well and transitional my responsibilties to others.

We serve with EMI because we believe that God has called us to use our skills to serve the least reached of our world, and we feel like serving with EMI is the best way that we can do this.  We will continue to raise support for this work and I will continue to lead design teams in India along with my other duties. We’re excited for this next season of service with EMI and are grateful for your partnership.

Update from Carolyn Thorson Carolyn has served many years in Gabon, Africa, and is nearing retirement. With only eight and a half months left until I leave Gabon, I am planning my time wisely so I can get everything done.  The Bongolo Hospital Nursing students all passed their second trimester of their second year of classes. They have had two weeks of third trimester and are doing well. I am teaching Nutrition Class each Tuesday. Our third trimester will be broken up for various reasons, with a four week break after week six and before week seven. My responsibility of the Hospital website, bongolohospital.org, has been smoothly given over to a man in the States to administer. Thanks for your prayers for a smooth transition. Thanks so much for your prayers for me during this past month. I certain need them, that I finish well  my time in Gabon.   For more information, contact Craig Walter / craigw@cccomaha.org / 402.938.1536 / or visit cccomaha.org/stm.

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Jenn Yee (China) - Pray for ease in learning Chinese and for an impact on new friends in China. Norman & Vickie Sutton (Guatemala) Pray for the teams traveling to Guatemala over the next few months, that God would touch the lives of those who come and those whom they meet. CCC Missionaries: Pray for God’s special protection on all CCC workers around the world. CCC supports over 20 families and individuals in 14 different countries.

The Great Commission Fund The Great Commission Fund (GCF) is your opportunity to reach a lost world with the hope of Jesus. The GCF gives Alliance missionaries and creative access workers the freedom to answer their call to ministry without the worry of raising funds, depending instead on God to supply their needs through the giving of faithful people. Partner with the Alliance to build Christ’s church around the world with your giving to the GCF. Designate your gift weekly or a one-time gift on your offering envelope or through eGiving at cccomaha.org/give.

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Renewal

Groups focused on healing and growth, removing barriers limiting an individual's connection with God and others.

Contact: Marc Montanye / marcm@cccomaha.org Monday groups Restoration / First Monday of the month / 7 PM / Old Mill Campus / Support and a safe environment for those whose loved ones struggle with sexual identity. Contact Sue Beed / 402.938.1570 / sueb@cccomaha.org.

Tuesday groups Addictions / Ongoing / 7 PM / Battling addictions to alcohol and other drugs can cause instability, guilt and even shame in a person's life and the lives of those around them. Tear down the walls that keep us from living a life $lled with forgiveness and freedom. Contact Marc Montanye / marcm@cccomaha.org Breaking Free From Your Sexual Past / for Women / 12 weeks / 7 PM / A safe place to explore freedom, forgiveness, healing and hope for single or married women. Limited class size. Contact Kathryn / 402.679.4803 / Kathryn@hauskat.com Boundaries / 7 PM / Helps women have clear physical, mental, emotional and spiritual boundaries, leading to a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Contact Laura Carroll / lauradawn08@yahoo.com / 402.212.5463. DivorceCare / 7 PM / Weekly video and support group to help you heal from the hurt of divorce or separation. Contact Mary Lou Rodgers / marylrodgers@yahoo.com / 402.619.1205 / or Wade Schmucker / 402.657.4388 Fresh Hope / Ongoing / 7 PM / Fresh Hope provides a safe setting for people who have mood disorders, and family and friends. Share insights, progress and setbacks, exchange info and encouragement in a Christian context to $nd joy and purpose in life. Contact Marc / marcm@cccomaha.org

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Hope After Betrayal / 7 PM / F254 / When the dream of the ideal relationship, marriage or family has been shattered, hope is needed to restore and become whole again. Contact Nancy Hanson / jbonanny@hotmail.com / 308.631.1200 In The Wild$owers / for Women / 6:45-8:45 PM / This DVD series is an intense focus-joining with others and with God to begin processing & healing the damage from past sexual abuse events. Limited class size / Workbook $19 / Contact Gloria / gloryb2u@cox.net / 402.968.0395. Love and Respect / Begins 4.8 / 7 PM / D126 / Learn to communicate in a manner that builds mutual understanding between genders. Contact Sue / sue@vandenbrinkpkg.com Men of Integrity / Ongoing / 7 PM / Men of Integrity helps men address lust in a safe, grace-$lled environment that promotes honesty with yourself, others and God. Contact Marc Montanye / marcm@cccomaha.org Omaha Career Networking Group / Ongoing / 7 PM / Job hunting tips, professional advice on sharpening job hunting skills, professional speakers, programs, and other resources. For more information, visit godlyjobsearch.com. Employers, send job opportunities to info@godlyjobsearch.com. Contact Mike Familetti / 402.321.9822 Redemption / 7 PM / E149 / Note: Redemption is not meeting currently. Contact Marc Montanye for more information / 402.216.3538 / marcm@cccomaha.org

Thursday groups Relationships 101 for Men / Ongoing / 7 PM / Helps men build and maintain healthy, life-giving relationships. Explore issues such as boundaries, self esteem, communication and healing. Contact Marc Montanye / marcm@cccomaha.org Survivors of Sexual Abuse / 7 PM / E240 / A $rst-step, safe place for women to face the truth of their abuse and learn to trust again. SoSA works out of "When Trust Is Lost" by Dr. Dan Allendar. Contact Gloria / 402.968.0395 / gloryb2u@cox.net

Friday groups Resolve / Ongoing / 12 PM / An entry point and practical next steps for men striving for sexual purity. Contact Marc Montanye / marcm@cccomaha.org Father Heart / Hope for men struggling with speci$c men’s issues, sexuality, porn, father wounds. Explore, discover God’s design and plan. Contact Lyle Burkle / 402.498.0404 / lyleburkle@yahoo.com Veterans Support Group / Visit about military life overseas and at home. Doug / douglasurick@gmail.com.

Other Theophostic Prayer Ministry / Experience relief from emotional pain through prayer as the Spirit of God uncovers lies in core belief systems, and replaces them with God’s perspective and truth. Contact Sue Beed / 402.938.1570 / sueb@cccomaha.org Counseling Ministry / Experience victory through wise guidance and direction by trained volunteer counselors or professional therapists. Contact Sue Beed for an appointment / 402.938.1570 / sueb@cccomaha.org

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Announcements Submissions: hub@cccomaha.org / By 10 AM the Tuesday prior to the Sunday you'd like them published.

Strip Church prayer 4.11 / 6 - 7 PM / Old Mill Campus / Student Center / Join the Strip Church team in worship and prayer for local women in the sex industry. Afterward, attend a special Gathering at 7 PM. Led by Tim Perry, this Gathering is part of CCC's Trafficking Awareness initiative.

Congregational announcement CCC members, plan on attending a special meeting on April 27 to discuss the possibility of acquiring the Icon building. Further details to be announced.

Message broadcast The message from Sunday services will now be broadcast on KCRO 660 AM.

Meet the Perrottos Meet the Perrottos today, April 6, in the Old Mill Campus Atrium. The Perrottos leave for the Dominican Republic on April 14.

Omaha Prayer breakfast 4.18 / Attend the Greater Omaha Leadership Prayer breakfast featuring Mark Whitacre. Register at omahaprayerbreakfast.com or contact John Reimer / jreimer@cbmc.com / 402.493.4495.

Summer U registration open Registration for Summer U (grades 1 - 5)  and Summer U Jr (ages 4 - 5) is open. Kids will learn about God's Word through singing, games, activities, and teaching. Register at my.cccomaha.org. Contact Shelley / shelleyb@cccomaha.org.

Serving

Old Mill Campus

Heaven is for Real On April 16, Heaven is for Real will hit theaters. Be at CCC on May 10 to meet the Burpro family along with Read You and Me. Tickets ($5) available today in the Atrium. Performances at 2 & 6 PM.

B e l l ev u e C a m p u s Bellevue Women’s Tea 4.12 / 1 PM / New Life Baptist Church / 801 Kayleen Dr / Hear from Kay Osika as she teaches on being $lled with the Holy Spirit. Sign up at Bellevue Campus / Contact Becky Torres / elvinbecky@yahoo.com / $7, bring a friend for $5.

Easter services 4.18 / 7 PM / New Life Baptist / 801 Kayleen Dr, Bellevue / Attend a special Good Friday service at New Life Baptist.

B e l l ev u e C a m p u s

Facility Maintenance

Octagon Team

Kids Connect Volunteers

Provide regular maintenance for the Old Mill Campus. Tim / tima@cccomaha.org / 402.938.1582.

Provide a friendly welcome at the Old Mill Campus throughout the week. Merna / mernaa@cccomaha.org / 402.330.3360.

Funeral Hospitality Team

Oil Change Ministry / urgent need

It takes many energetic people to make the quality kids program happen each week. Sign up at the Connect table to volunteer on a rotating schedule or contact Darla Bair / darlab@cccomaha.org / 402.682.1412

Assist during funerals with directions, greeting, etc. Pat Wein / 402.330.6299

Jail Ministry Become a Prayer Partner or Worship Leader during Sunday services. Marc / marcm@cccomaha.org / 402.216.3538

Medical Team Trained medical professionals are needed to serve on Sunday mornings. Jillian / jillianjankovich@gmail.com

Nursery Want to meet other parents in the same stage of life as you? Join the nursery team once a month and get connected. Kathy / kathym@cccomaha.org / 402.938.1520

Experience with basic car repair required. Bless single women and senior women by providing oil changes. 1st & 3rd Saturdays. Darrell Bush / 402.672.9603

Renewal groups Volunteer in the childcare ministry for Tuesday Renewal groups / 6:45 - 8:30 PM / Michelle / michelleb@cccomaha.org / 402.578.3892

Traffic Team Direct traffic at the Old Mill Campus. Tim / tima@cccomaha.org / 402.938.1582. 

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CCC Multi-sites

Multiply City Wide Impact

Bluffs events

One church in multiple locations with people experiencing God, growing in community and advancing the Kingdom.

Bluffs Journey Groups Journey Groups meet regularly to study, pray and grow. A place to belong, be transformed by the gospel and join others on mission in the Bluffs. Journey Groups are meeting now. Interested in leading a group or want to connect with others in the Bluffs? Contact Nick Kalina / nick@cccomaha.org

Core Team What does it mean to be part of creating community in Council Bluffs? It means developing opportunities for connections and conversations. It means being prepared to share what God is doing through CCC with an entirely different population. It means opportunities for more people to serve and take the lead. *Be a part of what God is doing in the Bluffs. For more information, contact Nick Kalina / nickk@cccomaha.org I love Christ Community because this is a place where my wife Kim and I found community. We were embraced by people who cared and loved us, with the love of Jesus, in the midst of pain. Today we are taking CCC to the neighborhood, making disciples of Jesus and mobilizing the community for Kingdom impact. If you live or work in Bluffs, pray about joining us to reach people in your community. - Nick Kalina, Campus Pastor

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Kingdom investment Contact: Doni Gregory / donig@cccomaha.org to receive envelopes eGiving Registration: my.cccomaha.org Financial resources are a blessing, a result of God’s provision and a tool to be used to worship God. Followers of Christ acknowledge that material possessions belong to God and the return of money to the local church is an investment in the Kingdom.

eGiving eGiving makes giving consistent and simple. Sign up at my.cccomaha.org.

What should I know about Kingdom investing? It is a privilege to participate in the work of the local church by contributing cheerfully, sacri$cially and generously (emphasis on 2 Corinthians 8 and 9). Through prayer, seek a clear conscience in regard to investing in the work God has given CCC to accomplish. If you are visiting or you are not yet a follower of Christ, make today’s priority to focus on the larger issue: the relationship God offers through Jesus. Contact Tim Perry if you have questions about your faith journey / timp@cccomaha.org.

How do I participate? Participate during services at both campuses or set up eGiving online. You may also place checks or cash in the secure giving box on the wall near the office entrance at the Old Mill Campus.

An offering envelope is required to obtain a receipt for cash offerings. Contribution envelopes can be obtained at the Old Mill Campus from the Office Services Window, and service venues. At the Bellevue Campus, they are located at the Information Table.

Double your impact / DYI From its beginning in 1921, CCC has moved forward by listening to God’s leading for future direction. In 2010 following an extended season of prayer, CCC elders, pastors, staff and key leaders responded to God’s prompting by initiating a spiritual journey with exponential impact. This vision, overwhelmingly embraced, is a promise

to make disciples of Jesus for Kingdom Impact and a commitment to fund the vision with $9.5 million over three years. By faith as campus impact is maximized, citywide impact multiplied and global impact magni$ed, thousands will join the family of God. As the blessings of this generation are added to the spiritual foundations of CCC’s rich spiritual

heritage, children will mature in Christ, neighborhood congregations will be born, disciples will emerge and love will be poured out worldwide.

Business Information General Fund giving March received March budgeted Above/(below) budget

$436,631 $500,000 ($63,369)

YTD 2014* YTD 2013 same period Above/(below) 2013

$1,158,776 $1,142,397 $16,379

General Fund expenses March actual March budgeted Above/(below) budget YTD thru March 2014 YTD thru March 2013 Above/(below) 2013

General Fund through March 2014 Giving $722,145 Expenses $1,376,530 Excess/(de$cit) ($654,385) Great Commission Fund Received YTD 2014* $157,175 Received YTD 2013 $189,309 Above/(below) 2013 ($32,134)

Attendance Sunday, 3.30.14 Old Mill Campus: 2,723 Bellevue Campus: 91 Douglas County Jail Campus: 81 Online Campus: 435 The Loop: 140 Total: 3,470

$497,094 $461,804 $35,290 $1,376,530 $1,184,327 $192,203

*Year-to-date (YTD) information is updated weekly; monthly information is updated $rst week of each month.

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Hiring a Web Manager Christ Community Church is looking for a creative, detail-oriented, full-time Web Manager to manage the cccomaha.org website, develop microsites, provide ministry tools and work in a variety of back-end systems. The Web Manager provides skills, professional expertise and leadership necessary to translate the established identity and mission of CCC to the website. Position is responsible for site navigation design, visual execution, content management, and administration. All interested applicants should be willing to attend Christ Community Church. Upon reviewing the requirements at calledtocreate.org, send your resume to Greg Nunamaker / gregn@cccomaha.org

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