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Lenten Schedule


On February 10, at 6:30 PM we will be having an Ash Wednesday service.  For some of you this may be a new experience. Therefore, let me share some insight about this church tradition.

Ash Wednesday is the start of the Lenten season in the church calendar year. This church tradition can be thought of in terms of the church tradition of Advent. No doubt you’re more familiar with Advent. The Advent tradition is lighting of candles with the attempt to prepare our hearts and minds to receive the Christ child. The Lenten tradition is a time to prepare our hearts and minds for the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. Advent and Lent are church traditions to simply help Christ-followers to focus their attention and attitude on Jesus Christ.

Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and occurs 46 days before Easter. Ash Wednesday starts us on a journey that can be characterized by fasting, repentance and sacrifice.

What’s the deal with ashes? Ashes which are made from palm branches are placed on the forehead in the symbol of the cross signifying the repentant believer sees himself as a sinner and the sacrifice of Christ the only means of salvation. There is biblical significance to ashes. Ashes were used in ancient times to express grief. The gesture was also used to express sorrow for sins and faults. In Job 42: 5-6 Job says to the Lord, “My ears have heard of you but now my eyes have seen you. Therefore I despise myself and repent in dust and ashes.”

Lent and Advent are simply two celebrations within the church calendar. Advent is a spiritual time as we walked towards Bethlehem. Lent is a spiritual time as we walked towards Calvary.


Personal Communion

Beginning February 14, and continuing throughout the Lenten season, personal Communion will be made available from 10 AM – 10:30 AM in the Kenney Chapel in the new facility. Devotional material will be made available for your personal meditation and reflection before taking the bread and the cup.

Lenten Meal and Bible Study Schedule

Join Pastor Denver Wednesday evenings from February 17 – March 16, in the Kenney Chapel at 6:30 PM as he leads a study on “How to be a Different Christian.” These studies will begin following the Lenten Meals which will start at 5:30 PM.

February 17,

 5:30 PM-Lenten Meal

 6:30 PM- Study: “How to be a Different Christian.”


 February 24,

5:30 PM-Lenten Meal

 6:30 PM- Study: “How to be a Different Christian.”


 March 2,

5:30 PM-Lenten Meal

 6:30 PM- Study: “How to be a Different Christian.”


March 9,

5:30 PM-Lenten Meal

 6:30 PM- Study: “How to be a Different Christian.”


March 16,

5:30 PM-Lenten Meal

 6:30 PM- Study: “How to be a Different Christian.”



1827Young Adult SATURDAY NIGHT Services

6:30 PM

First & Last Saturdays of each month

Come join 18:27, our new Young Adult Group (ages 17-28), for a time of worship and fellowship the first and last Saturday of each month in the worship area, Room 2A, on the second floor of the new building.

Food and drinks will be provided. Come hang out and worship with us!

For more information, contact Andrea Dudding, 740-591-2223                            or Austin Richard 740-818-9466


Pizza with the Pastor

Sunday, February 28, following the 10:30am service

If you are new to the church family, Pastor Denver would like to invite you to a time of fellowship to get better acquainted with the pastoral staff and church ministries. If you plan to attend, please RSVP by February 22 to sarah@ccwconline.com or the church office, 740.698.2292



Sunday Morning Class Options

at 9:00 AM

Children of the Day, Modular 103

Beth Ash and Catherine Hauschild

Is family life a challenge? Is work driving you crazy? Do you know God has a purpose for your life, but you can’t figure out what it is? Know that your circumstances are not coincidental. And God’s timing is impeccable. Join Beth Moore on the Thessalonian shores as she walks you through the truth of each verse of 1 & 2 Thessalonians. In this study, you’ll face crises, afflictions, relationships, doubts, concerns and fears. Find encouragement for living the Christian life now and hope for when Christ returns.

Bible Study on the book of James,Rooms 131-132

Teresa and David South

Developing a Faith that Works: The Book of James is an enriching verse-by-verse, six week video-based small group study of the book of James taught by Pastor Rick Warren.

Life Lessons, Rooms 140-141

Mark Ervin

Presently we’re using Andy Stanley’s material from Northpoint Ministries on “Big Church” that addresses the way the first century church functioned and how we do or don’t fit into that mode as a body of believers today. The main emphasis of the class helps in identifying things we can each do to touch the lives of people that don’t know Jesus as a personal Savior.

Sunday Morning Class Options

at 10:30 AM

Wesley Bible Class, Rooms 137-138

Bob Antle and Joe Riley

Join the Wesley Bible Class as they delve into the writings of the minor prophets.



The Commitment Cards have been tallied for His Purpose-Our Vision and for the next three years, the people of CCWC have pledged $600,684.

If you have not filled out a Commitment Card, and would like to, you may pick up one from the table in the narthex outside the church office. Fill it out and drop it in the box.

I am so thankful for you and people like you who believe in the mission of the church of making disciples. Your faith and vision to see the need of expanding facilities in order to expand Christ’s ministry is obvious.

A letter from Pastor Denver

CCWC Timeline

Questions and Answers

Prayer Guide

His Purpose-Our Vision Video


JOIN A SMALL GROUP: If you are not in a small group and would like to join one, please call the church office.  We will do our best to  match you with a group.


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