The common refrain in both the Old Testament and New Testament is that parents have the primary calling and responsibility to disciple their children in the things of God (Deut. 6:4-7; Eph. 6:4).  

And yet it takes a church to raise a Christian—which means that we, as a church family, must do all that we can to support and encourage our parents and come alongside them as they disciple their children.

Here are some of the ways we seek to strengthen parents and come alongside them as they disciple their descendants: 

1. Worship Training at 9:00 a.m. on Sundays for our children (K to 8th Grade) where they sing, learn a catechism and study the Scriptures using age-appropriate Christ-centered lessons. Note: Worship Training and Adult Core Seminars typically run during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters with breaks in between--so contact the church to make sure of the current schedule if this is your first time to visit CCC.
2. Our children (once they reach about 4 years of age) worship with us on the Lord's Day at 10:15 a.m. and at our Sunday Night Gatherings.
3. Youth activities for children 7th-12th grade--e.g. monthly Bible study, retreats, service projects, etc...
4. Marriage and Parenting Conferences.