Group NameDayTime
Act II Varies Monthly
Varies | Varies | Varies

Act II is Christ Community Chapel’s ministry to those who are 55 or older; known affectionately as “Baby Boomers.” At 55 plus we have wisdom and life experience to share. The maturity we possess is motivation for us to invest what we have been taught by God into things that last forever.

Jim Colledge
At His Table Sunday Weekly
Sunday | Room 116 | 11:30 a.m.

At His Table is a class for teens and adults with special needs with a curriculum designed to help each student with disabilities grow in his or her faith at a comfortable level. We learn about prayer, fellowship, obedience, service and more. Join us Sunday mornings, from September-May, at 11:30 a.m. in Room 116.

Katy Wagler
Career & Employment Transition Ministry Varies Varies
Varies | Varies | Varies

The Career & Employment Transition Ministry has been developed to provide assistance to members and attendees of Christ Community Chapel who are experiencing job loss, a situation of under employment or a negative work environment. For more information or to apply, click the link below.

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Frank Zammataro
Courage to Change Monday Weekly
Monday | The Block | 7 p.m.

Addiction can come from places you least expect – and it can entangle anyone. At Courage to Change, we open up about our personal struggles with addictions and provide an effective framework in which to work through them. It takes real courage to face our addictions, but God is faithful to meet us there. Join us at The Block every Monday at 7 p.m.

Tom Chamberlin
Door #2 Thursday Weekly
Thursday | The Block | 3 p.m.

Door #2 is the visual arts ministry of CCC. We host an Open Studio at The Block on Thursdays 3-7 p.m. and offer free materials, space, and expertise. We’ll have an unstructured freshness as well as the occasional visiting artist or even a simple tutorial. Whether you’re into the arts, need help on an idea, or just like to dabble, we would love for you to stop in and bring friends. Open Studio welcomes everyone high school age and up! Follow Door #2 on Instagram for updates and event info.

Adriana Caso
Edge Wednesday Weekly
Wednesday | The Block | 7 p.m.

Edge aims to help middle school students come to know Jesus, grow in him, and serve him daily. We build relationships with each other and adults who love and consistently care about them through weekly Wednesday night meetings, small groups, retreats and mission trips. Edge meets on Wednesday nights at the Block from 7:00-8:30

View Details Alex Schwartz
Edge Small Groups Varies Biweekly
Varies | Biweekly

Edge Small Groups are a great place for middle school students to get to know Jesus and get to know each other. Each small group is made up of students from the same grade and gender, and are all led by our wonderful Edge Adult Leaders. Edge Small Groups meet on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of every month during the school year. Get in touch with us to join a group.

Alex Schwartz
Encore Ladies Wednesday Monthly
Wednesday | East Hall | 1 p.m.

Ladies 50+ get together monthly to encourage each other, learn about living according to God’s plan for us, meet with friends and make new ones. Our goal is to build faith, promote friendship and ensure fruitfulness! Join us the second Wednesday of each month from September-May at 1 p.m. in East Hall.

Denise Minerovic
Families Facing Addiction Saturday Biweekly
Saturday | The Block | 9:30 a.m.

Chances are you know and love someone who faces addiction. We meet the first and third Saturdays of each month at 9:30 a.m. at The Block to talk and lend support. The struggles we face as family members or friends of addicts are real.  God desires to restore us and the people we love. All discussions are completely confidential. Join us, or find out more.

Tom Chamberlin
Foundations of Faith Sunday Weekly
Sunday | Room 16 | 10 a.m.

Jesus’ command to make disciples is the foundation of this ABF. Each believer is in the process of being conformed to the image of Jesus. We seek to be a part of this process by teaching, encouragement, prayer, and fellowship.

Meets at 10 a.m. in Room 16 • Life-Stage: Adults of all ages

Mike Holwerda
Grief Care Sunday Varies
Sunday | Room 19 | 10 a.m.

Healing takes time and is better with support. Work through your grief with others on the same journey in one of our upcoming sessions. Sessions provide encouragement, details about the grieving process and support. While we know every situation is unique, we don’t want you to walk through it alone. We offer 3 six-week sessions throughout the year.

2020 Sessions
Feb. 2 – Mar. 8
Jun. 7 – Jul. 12
Oct. 4 – Nov. 8

Tom Chamberlin
Kids Play 3rd Friday Monthly
3rd Friday | Monthly

This group is dedicated to connecting local parents through fun monthly outings and playdates on the 3rd Friday of every month! Playdates are geared toward toddlers through elementary aged, and include fun seasonal outings like strawberry picking in the summer or visiting pumpkin patches in the fall. Your kids have fun while you get the chance to meet other parents, make new friends, and feel more connected in the community.

Times, locations, and costs vary, so join the Kids Play Facebook group to view the latest schedule.

View Details Erin Bossler
Marriage Mentoring Varies Varies
Varies | Varies | Varies

Married couples meet with a mentor couple to identify and address specific issues impacting their relationship. Couples are taught how to discuss these issues and develop specific action steps to address them and understand how God’s word applies.

Tom Chamberlin
Men’s Saturday Morning Bible Study Saturday Weekly
Saturday | East Hall | 8 a.m.

Men’s Bible study meets weekly on Saturday mornings from 8-9:30 a.m. throughout the year. We will walk through the Bible in two years, spending 9 months in the Old Testament and 15 months in the New Testament. For more information please contact our team.

Mike Holwerda
Men’s Fraternity Friday Weekly
Friday | East Hall | 6 a.m.

At Men’s Frat you will be challenged, empowered and motivated to be all God has called you to be. We tackle and discuss the issues and challenges of being a godly man. Our time is spent with a 20 minute teaching followed by table discussion. We meet Friday mornings from 6-7 a.m. in East Hall for a Fall and Spring semester. Each semester is 12 weeks long. Breakfast is provided.

Jim Colledge
Military Support Groups Monday Monthly
Monday | The Block | 7 p.m.

Do you have someone you love serving in the U.S. military? Are you a veteran yourself? We want to support the men and women in our armed forces and their families.

First Monday | 7 p.m. | The Block
A safe place for combat veterans to share, find resources to help, listen to Bible devotionals, and learn how Jesus can heal and guide them through their struggles.

Third Monday | 7 p.m. | The Block
We gather to support military members and their families through care packages, prayer, activities, and finding church and community resources for their needs.

Fourth Monday | 7 p.m. | The Block
Military members, veterans, families, and volunteers meet monthly for food and fellowship.

Know someone who is currently serving? Sign them up here so that we can pray for them and support them through care packages and more.

Tom Chamberlin
Moms Together Tuesday Monthly
Tuesday | East Hall | 9:30 a.m.

Being a mom is one of the best jobs ever, but it has its challenges. We get together, share the good, the bad and the ugly and grow personally and spiritually. Plus, there’s babysitting! Join us the second Tuesday of every month, October-April, from 9:30-11:15 a.m. in East Hall.

Denise Minerovic
New Directions Sunday Weekly
Sunday | Room 9 | 10 a.m.

This ABF desires to move believers away from the direction of this world to invest in the world to come. We look toward that end by equipping the saints for ministry and building up the body of Christ through Bible teaching, small group prayer, global missionary focus, and fellowship with one another.

Phil Thomas
No Limits Sunday Weekly
Sunday | Room 110 | 10 & 11:30 a.m.

We want to include special needs families as full participants in the life of our church by enabling them to know, love and share Jesus. No Limits is a class for special needs students in K-7th grade. Our Christ-centered curriculum is modified to help each student with disabilities have a better understanding of who God is and what his Word says. We meet year-round Sunday mornings at 10 and 11:30 a.m. in Room 110.

Katy Wagler
Porch Sunday Weekly
Sunday | The Block | 6 p.m.

If anyone is going to change the world, it’s the next generation. Students meet each Sunday night at 6 p.m. as a large group to hear teaching, play games, and hang out with their friends. Porch points students in 9th-12th grade toward Jesus, connects them with other people, and they have fun doing it! Porch will challenge students to make key decisions in their lives based on what they know is true about Jesus.

View Details Lisa Olson
Porch Discipleship Groups Varies Varies
Varies | Varies
Lisa Olson
Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support Group Saturday Monthly
Saturday | Room 20 | 8:30 a.m.

This is an ongoing support group for anyone who has experienced the death of a baby through pregnancy loss, stillbirth or in the first year of life. The purpose of this group is to provide compassionate grief support, understanding and resources to bereaved parents while allowing them to share their grief in a safe place with others who are experiencing a similar journey. We meet on the third Saturday of each month from 8:30-10 a.m. in the Conference Room at the Hudson Campus. Free childcare is available, and there is no registration necessary.

Lori McMillen
Sewing for Haiti Thursday Bi-Monthly
Thursday | Atrium | 1 p.m.

Sewing for Haiti works alongside Mission Possible International, an organization that supplies female students in six Haitian schools with feminine hygiene products, blankets and diapers – items that, when unavailable, may keep them from school or negatively impact life at home. While members of Sewing for Haiti sew at home throughout the year, they meet twice a month as a group to connect, fellowship, and sew together in our Atrium. No sewing experience is necessary – those with scissors and willingness to help are needed to cut fabric and assemble projects.

In 2020, we’ll meet in the Hudson Campus Atrium from 1-4:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of the month January through November.

Bena Paisley
Sojourners Sunday Weekly
Sunday | Conference Room | 10 a.m.

Members of our Sojourners ABF are rich in “life experiences” and bring valuable insight into the understanding and application of God’s Word. In the Parable of the Sower, the seed falling on good soil stands for those with noble and good hearts who hear the Word, retain it, and by persevering, produce a “good crop”. The goal of the Sojourners is to produce a good crop, through prayer, fellowship, and persevering in God’s Word. • Life-Stage: 50s and 60s+

Patrick Keating
Sports Impact – Men’s Basketball Varies Varies
Varies | Varies | Varies

For a full list of open-court times and league info, contact us.

Kassie Brooks
Sports Impact – Pickleball Tuesday & Friday Weekly
Tuesday & Friday | Gym | Varies

What do you get when you combine a badminton court, a couple of paddles, a whiffle ball, and some willing players? Pickleball! Contact us for more information and to join us! (18+)

Kassie Brooks
Sports Impact – Women’s Fitness Varies Varies
Varies | Gym | Varies

All classes are free, and childcare is available for $2/class for some classes. Classes run during the school year and break for the summer. Below is the weekly schedule and class descriptions. No registration required – just show up and feel free to invite your friends!
**childcare available

Kassie Brooks
Sports Impact – Women’s Volleyball Monday Weekly
Monday | Gym | Weekly

Looking for an opportunity to hang out with friends and work out at the same time? You’re in luck! Check out our women’s volleyball league. Childcare available. Contact us for more information.

Kassie Brooks
Unreached People Prayer Group Sunday Monthly
Sunday | Monthly

In 1999, we made a commitment to an unreached people group residing in central Asia. These people have never heard the good news of Jesus. We promised to pray, give, and send workers until a reproducing, native church is established. Join us in praying for this people group once a month on a Sunday morning. If you want more information, please contact us.

Bena Paisley
Women’s Bible Study Varies Weekly
Varies | Varies | Varies

Reading and understanding God’s word can be difficult. Let us help! Check out our weekly women’s Bible studies. Let’s dig into God’s Word together! We have classes Tuesday at 10 a.m., Thursday at 9:30 a.m. and Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Check out our full schedule or get in touch for all the details.

Denise Minerovic
Note: To view groups from other campuses, please visit the Aurora or Highland Square campus groups page. Thank you.