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cc:journal executive editor : David Welsh creative director : Debra Smith distribution : Melanie Pedersen

| july 2017

contact us Central Christian 2900 North Rock Road, Wichita Kansas 67226-1198 316.688.4400 | mail@ccc.org

visit us online website: www.ccc.org facebook.com/ccc.wichita twitter.com/cccwichita

worship with us Saturday evenings | 5:33 Sunday mornings | 8:45 n 10:00

n 11:30

casa de luz hispanic church Sunday evenings | 5:00 Central Christian Chapel

ministries Care Ministries 688.4400

Barb Marchand 619.4775 We desire to help create caring connections within the church and help others walk through challenging life events.

Central Christian Academies 688.1161

Central Christian Academy : Grades K-8 : Michael Hunter Headmaster Central Christian Academy Preschool : 2-5 Yrs : Judy Buckert Director Joyful Noise Academy Daycare : 18 mos & walking : Pam Harrod Director

Central Christian Communications 688.4400

Derek Pletcher Communications Director

Central Christian Counseling Center 683.4083

Tallgrass Executive Suites, 8100 E. 22nd St. N., Bldg. 800, Ste. 100 Aaron Scharenberg LCPC, Counseling Center Executive Director

Central Homeschool Family Ministries e: chfm@ccc.org

Karen Ryan Executive Director | Susan Warner H.S. Director Kris Sayler Elem. Director

Hospital, Homebound & Care Facility Ministries 688.4400

Barb Marchand 619.4775; marchandb@ccc.org Please keep us apprised of those who would like to be visited and/or brought communion while in the hospital or a care facility. Also, if you know of a Central member who is critically ill, homebound, in the hospital or a care facility, please let us know.

His Helping Hands 838.8528

1441 E. 37th St. N. Paul Dohm HHH Executive Director

Media ccc.aspireonemedia.com

Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical Director

Prayer Ministries 688.4400

Emergency Prayer Request Line : Barb Marchand 619.4775

Radio Ministry “Pursuing the Heart of God” with Pastor David Welsh

Sundays @ 7 a.m. on Bott 94.3 FM Sundays @ 10 a.m. on KNSS 1330 AM Sundays @ 11 a.m. on KSGL 900 AM

n in every issue : 3 Pursuing the Heart of God : by Pastor David Welsh 4 From the Elders 19 Our Church Family 20 Calendar n features : 8 Summer Fun! 16 God’s Plans, God’s Timing : by Jennifer Smalley, LCMFT n ministry news : 5 Missions 7 Youth 12 Teaching 14 Academies 15 Children 17 His Helping Hands n events : 4 Farewell Reception for David & Kim Welsh : July 9 6 Dave Ramsey’s “The Legacy Journey” Class : July 9 10 “One Nation Under God” Patriotic Celebration : July 2


Pursuing the heart of God David Welsh senior pastor

These are difficult words to write. My last column for the cc: journal. As I sit at my desk, a flood of memories passes across the pages of my mind; remembrances of over a decade of Wichita living and serving the Central family. It has been a wonderful and blessed journey with the unexpected mountain top experiences and walks through dark valleys. But God is good, and every step was made with His abiding presence and guidance. I can’t even begin to name every person who ministered to me and my family along the way, so I won’t try for fear of leaving someone out. There are simply too many to count, including pastors, staff, lay people and community friends. But one individual must receive special recognition; my Administrative Assistant Barb Marchand. She was not only a co-worker, but a member of my extended family. She made sure I was where I was supposed to be at the time I was supposed to be there! Thank you my dear friend. Thank you all for being my Wichita family over the past ten years. May God bless and keep each and every one of you. May His blessings continue to flow through Central Christian Church!

“I thank my God every time I remember you.” Philippians 1:3 3


From the Elders Dear Friends, I know you will join the Central Christian Elder Board, Pastors and Staff in wishing David and Kim Welsh well as they make their move to Tennessee to begin a new chapter of ministry. The Welshes have been here for a little over ten and a half years and we want to let David know that the church appreciates all the work that he has invested over the years. Central will always enjoy the legacy and lasting effects of the blessing and benefits resulting from David and Kim’s work here. I want to ask that we all be in prayer for the Welshes—specifically that they have a smooth transition in this move and that they find many friendly faces and open arms in Tennessee ready to welcome them to their new post. David and Kim will be with us until July 9th and I hope, if you have not done so already, you will take a moment between now and then to tell them how much you have valued their friendship, their prayers and their hearts over the years. I know they appreciate your kind words and warm sentiments. Please plan to join us on July 9th for a farewell reception for David and Kim from 2-4 pm in the C3 Youth Center. For the Board, Robert Noland CCC Elder Board Chairman

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Farewell Reception David & Kim Welsh

Sunday, July 9th 2–4 pm in the C3 Youth Center

Please join us in blessing David & Kim as they embark on the journey God has placed before them.


Partners in

TUMI Expansion missions pastor

: DR PAUL GODDARD

TUMI

TUMI stands for “The Urban Ministry Institute,” a division of World Impact. TUMI’s primary focus is on the training of under-resourced pastors and church leaders for ministry both in the U.S. and in other countries. Perhaps TUMI is best known for its “Capstone Curriculum” which consists of 16 modules of high-quality and low-cost Bible-School/Seminary level training in basic Christian doctrine and theology. This Bible training curriculum is facilitated by video, takes 2-3 years to complete, and costs as little as $35 per module to deliver (plus some modest start-up costs) outside the U.S. One of the critical challenges of the world-wide church is the lack of theological training for pastors, especially in the “majority world.” TUMI recently published an update documenting their present status and rapid expansion. They currently have a total of 269 satellite or training sites located in U.S. urban centers, in prisons, and in 18 different countries. The Missions Ministry of Central Christian Church has partnered with TUMI in the past three years, financially supporting the training of pastors in Mexico and Honduras. This has resulted in several new churches being planted in these two countries.

Most recently CCC has begun partnering with another local evangelical church in Wichita to provide the TUMI Capstone curriculum (in Spanish) to churches in the country of Cuba. The latest report from Cuba shows an amazing TUMI expansion. TUMI Capstone started in 2015 with 1 training site and 25 students. In 2017, the church leaders in that country are predicting 12 TUMI extension sites training 150 pastors and ministry leaders. The first graduating class will be in November, a full year ahead of schedule. As part of this first group of newly trained Cuban pastors, some are planning to fulfill the Great Commission by serving in the countries of Haiti, Chile, Equatorial Guinea, Honduras, and Columbia. They will be training other pastors and planting new churches.


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MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP for incoming 6th-8th graders JUly 30-august 4 = colorado Cost: $275 ($50 due at registration) This summer our students will once again head out to Colorado for high adventure with Cross Bearing Adventures! Students love this trip as they spend youth director: the week living out of cabins, building friendships, learning about Jesus, and TORI DAHILIG engaging in high energy activities (which includes a ropes course, rock climbing, rappelling, white water rafting, and hiking up a 14,000 foot mountain)!!

not a fan of heights? Afraid of adventure? No problem. We never force anyone to do anything they are unsure about. We want everyone to have the experience of a lifetime!

CIY MOVE HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER CONFERENCE For incoming 9th–12th graders July 10–15 Lincoln, Nebraska Cost: $250 ($50 due at registration)

Christ In Youth (CIY) Move is a 5-day youth gathering designed to amplify the call of Christ on students’ lives to become kingdom workers. Located on the University of Nebraska campus, MOVE will provide an experience where students will be challenged through i n te r a c t i v e w o r s h i p , preaching, small groups, sports, games, fun, and community building. Students at MOVE not only learn and worship together – they spend time with their church youth groups, discovering ways that God will use them to impact the world!

SEND A KID TO CAMP! Round up to the next dollar every time you swipe your credit card and help send a kid to summer camp! Give a little every time you spend. See how at ccc.org/loosechange

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SUMMER FUN! The fun just keeps coming! This month, toddlers through high schoolers can choose from spiritual retreats, sports, art, educational workshops, and just plain fun! Check your Summer Book or go to our website at www.ccc.org for all the details and to sign up. Just a note of caution, some of these events have a limited number of participants and can fill up quickly, so be sure to register as soon as possible.

INSTRUMENTAL STRINGS LESSONS

for 4th-8th graders (and younger students with at least 1 year experience and approval by instructor Jackie Langhofer) continue on Thursdays, July 6, 13 & 27.

DODGEBALL CAMP led by David Yordy, takes place July 10–13 for ages 6–17.

CIY MOVE HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER CAMP seeks to amplify the call of Christ on students’ lives. The camp takes place on the University of Nebraska campus, July 10–15.

Instructor Marc Tucker will lead

COMPUTER SCIENCE CAMP

for grades 4–8, July 10–14.

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BLUE CRAYONS ART CAMP’S 2nd session features Ocean Animals for ages 4–6 and Landscapes for ages 7–10, July 10–13.


This year brings a change to our “Family Experience” (FX) week. The first two days (July 10 & 11) will be for Pre-K­—Grade 5 only (and lots of volunteers!) as we begin the journey to discover “what it means to be made by God, made for a relationship with Jesus, and made to love others.” On Wednesday, July 12, the whole family is invited to an evening meal and a great learning time. A carnival on Thursday, July 13, closes out our week with a wonderful celebration!

BOOK CLUB for 5th & 6th graders continues Tuesdays, July 11–

August 1. It is led by Gaye Ruschen who will also lead Thursday sessions of

STORYTIME for pre-K–2nd graders July 13, 20 & August 3.

TRIPLE THREAT BASKETBALL CAMP Coach Matt Swank will focus on ball handling, shooting skills, and passing techniques necessary to be a “triple threat” on the court! For 1st–11th graders, July 17–20. SUMMER FUN DAYS for 4th–5th

graders ends on July 19th with Glow Dodgeball! Register by Noon on June 18th.

SUMMIT CAMP is an awesome retreat for grades 4 & 5 to enjoy all that Wichita’s local Camp Hiawatha has to offer! Join us July 23–25.

SUMMER FUN & SUN

for preschoolers is Thursday, July 27th. Register by Noon July 26th for “Ooey Gooey!”

KINDERGARTEN KICK-OFF On July 26th @ 6pm, come to N. Central Court to make your own pizza and enjoy a night of fun while you learn what the next level of church means for your new kindergartener.


This July 2nd marks Central Christian’s 25th anniversary of our Patriotic Celebration. We encourage you to come and invite your family, neighbors, co-workers and friends to an exciting night of celebration right here in our Worship Center. We are going to give all glory to God and pay tribute to the men and women who have contributed to making our country the great stronghold of freedom that we are privileged to enjoy.

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If you’ve never been before, be prepared to be blessed by CCC’s own amazing Worship Arts team. Here’s a link to last year’s program: http://www.ccc.org/worship (Scroll down to the bottom). And don’t forget to join us after the program in Central Court for fellowship and a free Dilly Bar Treat.

We look forward to seeing you here!


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Central Christian Church is hosting FREE Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) Training Classes!

July 25–28 Central Christian Church Classes

Register at:

Emotional & Spiritual Care in Disasters Grief Following Trauma Individual & Group Crisis Intervention Spiritual & Psychological First Aid Suicide Prevention, Intervention & Postvention

www.crisisresponse.org/train

Each class will cover 14 contact hours of training over a two-day period. K-LOVE is sponsoring the course and covering the cost. The classes are open to all, but we do need those interested in attending to register.


Bible

SCIENCE

Every 2nd Thursday Next Meeting: July 13 7pm Crown Room

To be placed on our email list, please contact Dr. Paul Ackerman paul.ackerman41@att.net

All men 18 years & older are invited to join us for this monthly breakfast and teaching.

SATURDAY, JULY 15 @ 7AM IN CENTRAL COURT 13


Join the CCA Staff! Gr 7-8 Science Teacher Full-time Contact Kenny Waddell, Middle School Principal, kwaddell@ccclions.org

Lower Elementary One-on-One Paraprofessional Full-time Contact Rebecca Terronez, Explore Director, rterronez@ccalions.org

Explore Program Academic Language Therapist Full or part-time Contact Rebecca Terronez, Explore Director, rterronez@ccalions.org

It’s summer...but school is just around the corner.

Preschool Lead Teacher

Now enrolling for all grade levels...join the CCA family!

Teaching children 2-1/2 to 5 years & potty-trained Contact Judy Buckert, CCAP Director, jbuckert@ccalions.org

Central Christian Academy K-8th grade (High School opening in 2018) Central Christian Academy Preschool For more information or to apply: call, click, or come by 316-688-1161 • www.ccalions.org • www.ccapreschool.org 2900 N. Rock Road, Wichita, Kansas 67226 Tara Kater CCA Director of Communications, Marketing, and Admissions Judy Buckert CCAP Director

Central Christian Academy & Preschool 316-688-1161

CCA tuition grants available for members of Central Christian Church


Changes...Changes...STABILITY!

Over the past months we have gone through several altering changes here in our church family. Because of the changes, more changes occur in the faces we see and the servants we have. Summer is a time of change anyway in most churches across America, due to vacation, activities, and the need to just be away. One thing that has remained constant, and even gotten better is your team of wonderful servant-hearted folks on the Central Kids Staff. In the Summit, you have TINA NICKEL. She is so involved and only seeks the best for the 4th and 5th grade students in her area. You would be blessed to serve with her on a weekly or bimonthly schedule. The kids will love getting to know you.

childrens director

: VICKI EJIBE

In Base Camp, JOSH COSTELLO, is a phenomenal teacher. He is biblically grounded and will help your kids grow in leaps and bounds as they progress through this area. Most Base Camp volunteers serve every week and some even serve in multiple services weekly. What a blessing to be part of their group! In Friendship Valley, we are experiencing a severe shortage. These preschool kids are just the most inquisitive, interested, and sweetest kids ever! If you aren’t serving, this is the place to be. You will share, hug, and be wrapped around the heart of some special kid you didn’t expect. STEPHANIE BALKE is the staff member you will get to know in here and she is warm and loving to all. In the nursery, we don’t babysit, we teach. We need 300+ volunteers to keep these little ones engaged and on target—reading, singing, play-do forming, snack eating, and The dedicated, loving, Christ-living team of diaper changing. You will quickly see what a rewarding experience it is to take a crying child, and interest them in something that calms them. And they don’t forget their regular care givers. Ask Jed Buckert who his favorite nursery worker was sometime! DORI MAHUGI and SARAH MUEHLER will be your leaders and do it well. Journey is a special program for a group of special children that will melt your heart. AARON BECK oversees this program and if you have a heart to help a child with developing special needs to see the love of Christ, he is your guy! This ministry is growing and changing weekly and you are needed!! JACE RIVERA is a young man who came on staff as an intern this summer. He is talented, kind, hard-working and interested in pursuing the ministry. The kids who get to know him are greatly enriched! TRACEY HUNT is a amazing woman! She is secretly hilarious, always encouraging, gentle and loving. She oversees the nursery and preschool areas and, if you haven’t met her, you should. Sign up today and she will have you laughing along with the rest of us. DONELDA EDWARDS is the admin, or glue, that keeps Central Kids all together. You won’t see her much on weekends, but her touch is everywhere and we all reap the benefit of her commitment. When God speaks to your heart and you decide to listen, call Vicki Ejibe at 688-4400 to sign up. Or better yet, go to ccc.org and under connect select Central Kids. Hit the big pink button at the bottom right of the page and just sign up there. You will be a blessing but you will also be blessed, I promise.

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Counselor’s

CCCorner By Jennifer Smalley lcmft

God’s Plans, God’s Timing Over the last month or two, I’ve been impacted by a devotional I’ve been reading based on 1st and 2nd Samuel and the ups and downs of the life of King David. I’ve been inspired by David’s faithfulness to God in the midst of tragedies, battles and other experiences he went through. David was human though, just as we are, and sometimes he tried to do things on his own despite of God. When he did this, things didn’t work out so well for him, and God’s plan continued to prevail. David had to learn the hard way sometimes. We do as well. Even when we think we have the best intentions and our own plans to serve God through those plans, they never work out as well as what God has planned for us. In 2 Samuel 6, David was trying to restore the ark of the covenant to Jerusalem and made plans to do something good for God and the people, but did not follow God’s specific instructions. David thought he was doing something well, however, his issues of transportation failed and God acted out in anger because of it. David then attempted to transport it again, this time doing it God’s way. Once he did this, God chose to bless David in even better ways than he could ever imagine. And David was able to celebrate this after he had obeyed God and his commands. Have you ever been in a difficult spot in life where you wonder where God is and why He is or isn’t acting on behalf of you in the ways that you want Him to? Do you wonder if He is there at all? It is often in these times that we take matters into our own hands and try to control situations out of fear. Or sometimes, we make a decision thinking it will be pleasing to God, without consulting Him or realizing that His plans are far more superior to ours if we wait for, listen to, and obey Him. I have been through this myself. Over a year ago, my husband and I thought that it was good timing to begin trying to have another child. “Our” plan seemed to be going off without a hitch when I got pregnant right away. Sadly, a couple months later, I had a miscarriage. During the time after this occurred I tried to control how I dealt with the situation by continuing to go through life as normal and didn’t take the time to stop and grieve this loss. Now, I’m not indicating that God was punishing me, per se, for not going to Him and consulting Him for His plan for our lives and having more children. However, I learned something very powerful through this experience. I learned that His plans and His timing are far better than I could have imagined or asked for. Although I still occasionally deal with the loss of the baby I miscarried, I rejoice in God’s plan and blessings in the life of my family as we eagerly await the arrival of our next baby, due in less than one month.

Proverbs 31:25­—She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future. 16


HOW DO YOU SPELL

integrity?

“Our conscience testifies that we have conducted ourselves in the world, and especially in our relations with you, with integrity and godly sincerity. We have done so, relying not on worldly wisdom but on God’s grace.” 2 Corinthians 1:12

his helping hands executive director

: PAUL DOHM

Integrity is a vital component of any ministry serving others in the name of Jesus Christ. The Apostle Paul realized this fact and encouraged the early churches to do everything with integrity, “relying not on worldly wisdom but on God’s grace.” Operating our ministry with integrity is a very important goal for not only the staff members, but for our volunteers. We strive to be fair and equitable in all of our distributions to the families we serve. We often find some “interesting” things in the donations given to HHH; some that could be a temptation for staff and volunteers to take home. Last month we had a good example of a volunteer acting with the utmost of integrity. Nancy Norman is the HHH “toy-lady.” She spends many hours each week sorting, cleaning and organizing donated toys. As she was sorting through some donations last month, she opened an old tattered purse and had an “oh-my-goodness” moment. Inside she found three containers filled with paper money, silver coins and silver certificate paper bills. The face value of the money amounted to several thousand dollars, but since some of the coins and silver certificates were collector’s items, the total value was estimated to be much more. Nancy immediately brought the purse to my office where I had my own “oh-my-goodness” moment. Nancy did not know who made this donation but we both knew, along with the other staff members who became aware of the situation, that we had to find the rightful owner. Through a series of leads, piecing some things together and by the grace of God, we located the family that had made the donation. The valuables belonged to the deceased grandmother of the woman who had donated some of her items to HHH. When the woman saw the valuables, there was one more “oh-my-goodness” moment. Needless to say, she was very grateful to have these valuables returned to her, valuables she didn’t even know about. Worldly wisdom might have suggested that Nancy should have just kept the money. But God’s grace encouraged her to “do the right thing,” which she did. Now, her conscience is clear and the lost valuables are in the hands of the rightful owners. Above all, God’s name was glorified through this entire process because God is the author of INTEGRITY!!

statistics thru 4.22.17 his helping hands

is a ministry of Central Christian Church which helps people in need of food, clothing, household items and automobiles. At the time of distribution, we share the love of Christ with each individual. people served 24,748 people saved 118 household 12,5276,064 cars/computers 12/23 clothing 118,450 volunteer hours 25,525

fresh hope

empowers women to rise from a lifestyle of poverty. If you would like to make a donation or donate your time to assist with these vital ministries, please call 838-8528. graduations 471 self sustaining 379

For recent stories and testimonies: facebook.com/ ccc.hishelpinghands 17


our leadership pastors David Welsh Senior Pastor Peter Abood Choir/Worship Tom Black Administrative Steve Brummer Praise Band/Worship Dr. Paul Goddard Missions Ross Lamp Benevolence Jeff Lederer Groups Roger London Care/Outreach David Mann Teaching Darren McClintock Discipleship Edwin Ojedis Hispanic

Farewell Faithful Friends! This past May, the Central Christian staff honored three of our long-time employees for their faithful service to this church.

directors Paul Dohm His Helping Hands, Exec Lynn Eby Women Vicki Ejibe Children “Griff’ Griffith Promotion/Electronic Media Tori Dahilig Youth Jeff Huhman Creative Arts/Technical Tracey Hunt Early Childhood Cheryl Hurley Guest Services Tina Nickel Upper Elementary/Sports & Rec Aaron Beck Special Needs Derek Pletcher Communications Eddie Rivera Information Systems Janet Rochat Finance Aaron Scharenberg Counseling Center, Exec Debra Smith Print Production Michael Thorne Senior Adults Jennifer Torres Payroll/Human Resources Jason Yakel Interim Facilities

managers Gene Blythe Maintenance/Custodial Heidi Johnson Web Design Brad Moser Safety/Security Tim Weaver Video Production

Linda Highbarger

Norma Mercer and

joined our staff in

her husband, Bob, were

August of 2004. In her

married at Central

13+ years, she served

Christian when the

as Finance Director, in Human Resources and Payroll. Her expertise and attention to detail has been a huge blessing to our Finance Department.

board of elders Robert Noland Chairman Mitch Herren Vice Chairman Dave McClintock Secretary Richard Ochs Treasurer Jim Andrew Jason Buckingham Bill Blasing Dave Kirkwood

Paul Huff has been an integral part of the Central Christian staff since he hired on in the fall of 1992 as Print Shop Manager. We were extremely blessed to have such a dedicated

building was located downtown, so to say she is a faithful long-time member is an understatement. She was brought on staff to assist with contributions in 2000.

and highly qualified person on our team.

Our church has been blessed richly through the years by the dedication and faithfulness of each of these individuals. They will be missed greatly and we pray God’s blessing on them in the future.

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19 our church family Comforting those whose loved ones have passed on Celeste Duggan on the passing of her brother Kandis McNabb & Family on the passing of her son Jarree Miller & Family on the passing of his wife, our Nancy Miller Matt & Majada Roland & Family on the passing of Matt’s grandfather Matt & Kim Webber & Family on the passing of Kim’s grandfather Celebrating the union of husband & wife Hamisi Ahmed & Yesenia Otano married June 10 Celebrating the birth of each new life Asher Lee Clark born June 5 @ 7 lbs, 10 oz to Michael & Raylyn Celebrating the baptisms into new life in Christ Steve Costello • Jennifer Thornton-Costello • Stephano Thornton

financial stats Attendance: (Casa de Luz / Web Audience) ”...and the people came...” (acts 2:46-47) May 6–7...................................................3,299 (87 / 634) May 13–14...............................................3,219 (95 / 374) May 20–21.............................................3,238 (104 / 544) May 27–28...............................................2,802 (87 / 594) June 3–4...................................................3,414 (90 / 769) June 10–11..............................................3,388 (99 / 711) Central Christian has added 23 new members so far in 2017. General Budget Income: (General Fund / His Helping Hands) ”...and the people gave...” (malachi 3:10-12; ii corinthians 9:6-15) Weekly budgeted goal for fiscal year 2016-17.........$134,231.00 May 6–7.....................................$115,143.91 / $3,519.00 May 13–14.................................$105,125.55 / $4,816.00 May 20–21...................................$88,376.04 / $3,051.95 May 27–28.................................$100,160.09 / $2,659.40 June 3–4.....................................$119,062.89 / $3,890.00 June 10–11................................$103,624.36 / $3,251.00

CCC wishes you a Safe and Happy Independence Day! The church building and office will be closed Tuesday, July 4th

Join us every 4th Saturday to serve our community’s poor and homeless

Saturday, July 22 11:30am–1:00pm RiverWalk Church of Christ 225 N. Waco For more info, contact: Coleen Barnes coleensharolbarnes@gmail.com 316-264-9703

We are LIVE-STREAMING our worship services over the internet! Visit our website at ccc.org and follow the link.


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cc:calendar july 2017 1–8

Mission Trip : Guatemala

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“One Nation Under God” Patriotic Celebration, 7:00pm, WC

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Independence Day : Church office & building will be closed

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Cadre 17, for men, 8:00pm, Basement

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Farewell Reception for David & Kim Welsh, 2:00-4:00pm, YC

9–Aug 27 The Legacy Journey, 11:30am, C12 10–13 Blue Crayons Art Camp, Ages 4-6 & 7-10 10–14 Computer Science Camp, Gr 4-8, 1:30pm 10–13 Dodgeball Camp, Ages 6-10 & 11-17, 9:00am 10–11 FX : Summer Bible Fun Camp, Pre-K - Gr 5, 9:00am 10–15 CIY MOVE HS Conference, OC 12–13 FX : Summer Bible Fun Camp, 6:00pm 12

Cadre 17, for men, 8:00pm, Basement

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Bible Science, 7:00pm, CR

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Man Challenge, 7:00am, CT

17–20 Triple Threat Basketball Camp, Gr 1-11, 8:15am, Gym 19

Summer Fun Days : Glow Dodgeball for Gr 4 & 5, 12:00pm, CT

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Cadre 17, for men, 8:00pm, Basement

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Summer Fun & Sun : Ooey Gooey for Preschoolers, 9:30am, PAV

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BBB, 11:30am, 225 N. Waco

22–29 Mission Trip : El Salvador 23

Summit 2-Day Camp, Gr 4-5, Camp Hiawatha

25–28 Crisis Response Training Classes 26

Kindergarten Kick-Off, 6:00pm, CT

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Cadre 17, for men, 8:00pm, Basement

29–Aug 5 Mission Trip : Mexico 30–Aug 4 Cross Bearing Adventures MS Camp, OC Our Mission: To lead people to think like Jesus, live like Jesus.

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