Summer Mission Trip Meetings!

West Virginia Meeting This Sunday, April 7th at 7 p.m. at 9 Worthen Street. This year’s trip is June 15-22 to the Cabell-Lincoln Workcamp in Huntington, WV.   If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Bryan Norman, brnorman@comcast.net, 508-397-1497. DownEast Maine Mission! We have our first information and organizing meeting on this Sunday, April 7th at 7 p.m....

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Habitat for Humanity Workday May 4

Volunteers Needed for Habitat for Humanity: On May 4th, David Belleville will be leading a group of volunteers from CCC at a Habitat for Humanity (HFH) construction site in Lowell.  Ideally, we need a group of 6-8 adults (18 years or older) to sign up to fill out the crew for CCC. ...

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Easter Celebration Concert April 7

Easter Celebration Concert on Sunday, April 7th at 3 p.m. The CCC choir along with community singers and world-class soloists and instrumentalists will present its annual Easter celebration concert. We will be performing selections from The Crucifixion by J. Stainer, Ave Verum Corpus by W. A. Mozart, and Gloria by A. Vivaldi.  It will be...

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Open & Affirming Educational Opportunity

Our Open & Affirming Ministry Team will be hosting coffee hour. God Squad Member Sophia B. has prepared a beautiful bulletin board, displaying the flags for the various gender/orientation expressions. This is part of the ongoing educational piece of being an ONA church. Thank You, Sophia!

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KiSeLo Women’s Fellowship Meeting

KiSeLo: Wednesday, April 24th – You will want to be there!  Brian Acheson, who grew up at CCC, will be doing a program for us about his trip to India as an international teacher exchange sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and IREX.  He’ll tell about his experiences and interactions with...

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Easter Sunday!

It’s the most important Sunday in the history of our faith, for when Jesus got up, hope was reborn! It’s the triumph of light, life and love. Pastor Rich Knight will have a message for children & adults. Come, and bring a friend, for a joyous celebration filled with great...

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Good Friday Tenebrae Service

A Tenebrae service is one of the oldest services in the Christian Church. It’s a service of light & darkness, based on the seven last words of Jesus from the Cross. As the words are heard, the sanctuary darkens until it is eventually pitch dark. A single candle re-enters symbolizing...

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Maundy Thursday Communion Service

There’s no better night to hold a reflective, meditative service of Holy Communion than the night of the Last Supper. We’ll gather around tables in Fellowship Hall and once again experience, “The Feast of the Sacrifice Lamb,” which compares the Jewish Passover to the events of Holy Week. It’s a...

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Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday/Passion Sunday & Cross Dedication – April 14, 10:00 am Palm Sunday begins the holiest of weeks. We’ll remember Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, as well as the events that unfolded that week. Because it’s also Passion Sunday, we’ll remember Jesus’ death upon the Cross and its meaning for...

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