In the gospel of Luke, Jesus instructs his followers to “Be merciful, just as your Father is merciful”. At CCC we want our mercy ministries to be rooted in the character and nature of our heavenly father.
We are thankful for the numerous examples of God’s mercy that are recorded in the Bible, the most significant being the sacrifice of his son on the cross to pay the debt for our sins. We can also look to the emphasis that Jesus placed on showing mercy to the poor and hurting during his earthly ministry.
At CCC, we want to show Jesus’ mercy and compassion to those in need in our community. The Bible makes clear that our faith in Jesus should manifest itself in acts of mercy. We want to be a church where members understand this vital aspect of discipleship and apply it wisely in their daily lives. We also want to provide opportunities for members to serve in church sponsored mercy ministries.
To learn more about the mercy ministries of CCC, please contact one of our deacons.