At Christ Community Covenant Church, we believe that God has called us to love each other through the brightest and darkest seasons. At the very core of our beliefs, is the power of prayer, and we spend time every Wednesday in prayer meetings, lifting up the congregation’s requests to our God.
Through our pastoral staff, we provide services in the following areas:
- Marriage support
- Crisis counseling
- Grief support
We would love to walk alongside you and be praying for you. If you have a prayer request, want to inquire more about the services we offer, or have any other kind of need, please fill out the contact form at the bottom of this page.
4CS GRIEF SUPPORT
If you are experiencing grief and need support please contact the church office at 303-467-2020 (x121) or Clarene Shelley at 303-467-2020 (x135) and we will get you connected with one of our pastoral staff.
Prayer Shawl Ministry – 4Cs women meet together to crochet beautiful prayer shawls which are given to members of our church family and community who are going through extended illness and other difficult seasons of life. Seasoned crocheters are welcome as well as anyone wanting to learn. If you are able, please call Clarene at 303-467-2020 (x135) if you would like to join and for meeting date, time, and place. Thank you all for your love and service to those in our community who are sad and hurting.
FIRST and THIRD Wednesday Prayer
First and Third Wednesday Prayer meets at 6:30 pm in the FIRESIDE ROOM.
The next meetings will be on March 4 & 18. Join us as we pray for our church, our country, and our community. All are welcome and encouraged to come.
Questions? Contact Clarene Shelley at x135.
4CS CARES DAY
A couple of years ago, we adopted the idea of going out into our community with the heart and desire to make a difference and live out the scripture that says, “What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds?” (James 2:14). A team of enthusiastic “4Cers” caught the vision and began planning towards our first community service day in September 2016. The decision to have this on a Sunday was wrestled with and prayed over at length. The team, along with Council and Staff, believed that we would offer our services as an act of worship, allowing all within our congregation to collectively serve together, bless others, fellowship with one another, and reflect God’s goodness to us – all on a Sunday!
Go to the 4Cs Cares Day page for more information.
If you need encouragement and just don’t know how to begin to pray about a difficult situation, these brochures of prayers for various life situations may be of assistance. Download here or we also have them available at 4Cs near Common Grounds downstairs or near the south entry upstairs.