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Mountain Moments

“Mountains are huge contemplatives. They are there and they are in the presence up to their necks and they are still in it and with it and within it.” This is how author, poet, and philosopher, John O’Donohue talks about the wonder of landscapes such as those that surrounded us at Christian Community Read More...

2022-08-04T17:15:41-05:00August 4, 2022|Categories: Articles, Staff Messages, Tyler Heston|

Join a Small Group

By Barbara George, Director of Membership Development Just last week I heard from a first-time Neighborhood Communion participant that the group had met again and what a wonderful experience it had been…. appetizers, insightful guided discussion, and of course, lots of laughter! “It all came together!” Ten groups met this past fall Read More...

2020-01-02T11:44:51-06:00January 2, 2020|Categories: Articles, Staff Messages|

A July Full of Music

By Dr. Dina Pannabecker Evans It’s a thrill for me to be able to share some recent, extraordinary musical experiences with you, thanks to the support of the Country Club Christian Church congregation. On July 3, we sponsored an organ concert as part of the American Guild of Organists National Convention, held Read More...

2018-07-26T14:17:56-05:00July 26, 2018|Categories: Articles, Staff Messages|

Another Name for Community Camp

In the movie, Cool Hand Luke, there is a classic scene culminating with Paul Newman’s timeless line, “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” Pardon the grammar, and never mind the context; but I think the same could be said about our church’s annual Community Camp. (Shortly after coming on staff, Read More...

2018-07-26T14:13:45-05:00July 26, 2018|Categories: Articles, Mike Graves|

The Future Is Bright

By Elizabeth Pfalzgraf, Assistant Director of Children and Student Ministries Last week we said “see you soon” (not goodbye) to our fearless leader Chuck Pickrel, as he ventures forward in the journey that God has called him to take. We will miss him dearly, but I know that he will continue to spread Read More...

2018-06-28T12:06:03-05:00June 28, 2018|Categories: Articles, Staff Messages|

Beautiful Fear

You have probably held a door open for a stranger on countless occasions. Most of the time you received a polite “thank you” or an appreciative head nod. What about those times when your kindness was ignored or the person grumbled something under their breath? That felt a little awkward, didn’t it? But it Read More...

2018-06-28T14:34:37-05:00June 28, 2018|Categories: Articles, Congregational Care, Joe Walker|
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