Bible Study Group Website BannerSMALL GROUPS

You don't have to be a small person to be a part of a Small Group. It's usually 8 or 10 people who get together once a week in one of the persons' homes to create relationships, study God words and build friendships that are long lasting. As we grow as a church, participation in a Small Group gives individuals a sense of identity, the feeling of belonging and the opportunity to use their special God given gifts to help others in the group. Groups help each other through times of tribulation and trials and through times of great joy. Your group is your personal Church Family, always there for you, ready to help and a part of your life.
 
Leading a Small Group in your neighborhood there is a good chance that you will find some of your neighbors will want to know about it and become involved. This gives your group the ability to reach out, make Disciples in His name and eventually lead them to the Cross or to the Church. It's a great way to fulfill the Great Commission given to us by Jesus. (Matthew 28: 18-20)
 
Why be a part of a Small Group? You will build your faith as you read, study and learn the Bible and learn about the others in the Group. Small Groups keep us accountable to each other and if one falls they are there to get them back on track.
 
You don't need to be a Bible Scholar to lead a Small Group, Pastor Ray will give you all the materials you need. You just need to want to talk to people about your God and what he means to you. It is people teaching people, reaching out to others, learning about the Bible and God all at the same time, all in the same place and making friendships that last and last. That's a Small Group.
 
Contact Pastor Ray Westman, ray@ccomc.org if you would like to host a group or be involved in one.
 
Did you listen to Pastor David's sermon on Sunday and want to discuss it further?
 
Join Ed Conerty for a Small Group that will parallel the message.
 

Who We Are and

What We Believe

An eight (8) week interactive study that speaks of our history as a non-denominational Church. 

 DAY:             Wednesday afternoons DATE:           October 16 through December 4 TIME:            4:00 pm
LEADER:         Small Groups Pastor Ray Westman LOCATION:    CCOMC - Classroom #25
 
 
In the class we will answer these questions and more:
  • “What does our Church believe about the Bible?”
  • "Why don’t we belong to a Denomination and why are there so many?”
  • “Do we have a ‘Statement of Faith’?”
  • “Why don’t we believe in some of the things other churches believe?”
  • “Why do we have Elders and Pastors and where does their authority come from?”
  • “What is the function of the Deacons?”
  • “Why is the Bible Pastor David uses in his sermons different than mine?”
 
Other topics to be discussed include:
  • Our beliefs;
  • The Bible and where it came from; 
  • Creation verses evolution;
  • God’s Grace and Salvation;
  • The Independent Christian Churches view on salvation, theology;
  • Many of the other issues that face us today.
 
  Join Pastor Ray for an eye opening, entertaining, sometimes humorous, and above all spiritual discussion about God, His plan for man, and our Church. You may register for this class in one of the following ways:
  • Sign-up at the Event Center
  • Email Pastor Ray:    ray@ccomc.org
  • Phone Pastor Ray:  (352) 861-6182, ext. 103