Humans were made to be in relationship with God and with one another. At Christ Community Church (CCC), we seek to build communities that are transformed by the Bible by meeting together regularly in what we call community groups. Community groups are one of our strongest priorities at CCC. People need to join together in reading the Bible, praying together and committing to help each other bear life's burdens. While this occurs in many ways in the lives of people who go to our church, it is most emphasized and experienced in these personal and relational groups.
For the visitor, we encourage asking about an outreach group to learn more about Jesus, the Bible and our church. We offer groups that provide exploration into the essential teachings of Christianity.
For the person who is a follower of Jesus and is a member at CCC, we believe community groups are essential in learning how to live as Jesus lives and love as he loves. We reach towards this goal by committing to meeting together regularly to pray and study the Bible as well as share in each others' lives. As stated in our values, a community interpreting all of life through the lens of the Bible will know how to apply the wisdom of God to life’s joys, challenges and sorrows in honest, encouraging and committed relationships together.
Here is a list of our current community groups, their meeting times, and their locations. If you're interested in one, please contact Joy Purvis, who will put you in touch with one of our fabulous leaders!
Meeting 1st and 3rd Fridays at 7:00 p.m. (starting September 2) at the Hawkes’ home in west Durham. Childcare provided. Contact person is Rick Hawkes.
Meeting Thursdays at 7:15 p.m. at alternating homes in south Chapel Hill and north Chatham county. No childcare. Contact person is Jessie Stewart.
Meeting Wednesdays 6:15-8:00 in East Chapel Hill. There is childcare provided. Contact person is Landon Holbrook
Meeting Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. at alternating homes in souhthwest Durham. No childcare. Contact person is Paul Hlad.
Meeting 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in a rotation of homes in Chapel Hill. Open to newcomers looking to make a connection. No childcare as most participants have older children. Contact person is Greg Norfleet
Community Groups Coordinator
I am a native of Italy where my parents have been missionaries for over 30 years. I served as the Assistant Director of Saints Bible Institute, a study abroad program in Northern Italy, for seven years. I enjoy cooking, traveling, and spending time with my rambunctious kids.