C3 is quite serious about learning how to follow Jesus in the contemporary center-city environment. In order to be able to do this, we need consistent relational connection with one another. The Connection Worship Service, is only the most public and obvious time for such relationships to develop, and does not offer much in the way of actual conversation. Volunteering for the fellowship meal or other outreach events allows us more time to connect, and offers the service and evangelism experience that gives real-world content to discipleship conversations. Being involved in the close relationships of a Context Group (that includes weekly fellowship, worship, nurture, and mission) is vital for long term growth. One-on-one discipleship, pastoral guidance/counseling, discipleship retreats, and seminars such as our Spiritual Formation Track provide more intensive opportunities to grow. Please contact Pastor Jon if you are interested in learning about any of the wide variety of opportunities we offer to help you in your spiritual growth.


Membership Covenant

As mentioned above, C3 in its focus on discipleship obviously highly values joyful relationships. Below is the covenant  to which we as members of C3 help hold each other accountable:

  • Committed to follow Jesus ( Romans 10:9, Colossians 1:15–23, Luke 14:25–35)
  • Honor Jesus with my lifestyle (Matthew 22: 37–40, 1Peter 1:13–16)
  • Relate to others in love (1John 3:11, 1Peter 5:1–7)
  • Internalize church’s values and vision (Luke 4:16–30, Acts 1:8 )
  • Strive for the church’s purpose through service and sharing ( Luke 5:10–11, Matthew 28:18–20)
  • Time and resources invested in the church (Acts 2:41–47, 2Corinthians 9:7,15)
  • Introspect and intercede through prayer (James 5:16–18)
  • Affirm statement of beliefs (1Corinthians 15:1–9, Galatians 1:8–9)
  • Never stop studying the Scriptures (Luke 8:4–18)


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