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!
Sunday Morning Classes
FOR THE LIFE OF THE WORLD
For the Life of the World is a series that explores the deeper meaning of Salvation. Have you ever wondered, “What is my Salvation actually FOR?” Is it only about personal atonement, about getting to heaven, or something that comes later? Explore how God’s purposes are woven into every area of our lives!
*SUNDAYS AT 9AM
*C3 MINISTRY CENTER
Wednesday Night Classes
past Wednesday Night Classes - Registration is Closed
When LOVE DOES, life gets interesting. What fuels your impact? Love. But it’s not the kind of love that stops at thoughts and feelings. Real love takes action, just like Jesus did. Love Does. Light and fun, unique and profound, these lessons just might inspire you to be secretly incredible, too.
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 daveramsey.com/fpu for more information.
HAVE A NEW KID BY FRIDAY
Anyone who has dealt with a strong-willed child knows that it is no easy task to turn bad behavior around. Have a New Kid by Friday shows parents how to reverse negative behavior in their children—fast! Learn real, practical, doable strategies for regaining control and becoming the parents you’ve always wanted to be.
Childcare available for classes on Wednesday Nights.
Registration is Closed
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?”