Classes at CCCOG

At CCCOG, no matter what stage of life you might be in, we have a Class for you! There are a variety of groups to choose from.  Most groups meet on Wednesday evenings, with some groups meeting during the week. A variety of topics are offered each quarter (Fall, Winter, and Spring) - there's something for everybody!


Wednesday Night Classes

Upcoming Wednesday Night Classes begin september 19th - Register today

Parenting Through the Phases

Parenting ThRough the Phases

This 8-week class will help you as a parent or caregiver discover what's changing about your kids, the six things your kids needs most, and four conversations to have with your kids while they're in each phase. 


Financial Peace University

Financial Peace University presents practical steps to get from where you are to where you've dreamed you could be. This plan will show you how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more! Visit for more information. 

 Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World

Having a Mary Heart in a Martha World

This class is an invitation for every woman who feels she isn’t godly enough...isn’t doing enough. Like Mary, you long to sit at the Lord’s feet, but the daily demands of a busy world won’t leave you alone. Like Martha, you love Jesus and really want to serve Him, yet you struggle with feelings of inadequacy. How can you balance this and draw closer to God?

Vintage Form

Vintage Form

CHURCH - what does that word mean to you? How do you define it? How do you experience it? Why do we even have church? Vintage FORM is about living with intention. Do not live life simply going through the motions - God is at work!

Childcare available for classes on Wednesday Nights.


Saturday Classes

Class begins 9/22 @ 7:30am

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The truth project with ironworks

Men, this winter we are undertaking The Truth Project study. You can be an active part of our gatherings by participating with us on Saturday mornings. We invite you to join us as we examine our beliefs and ask the question: “Do you really believe that what you believe is really real?”