Loving others = Serving others
We believe in serving outside of the four walls of the church. There are many great organizations in our community that we partner with to make a difference. You can be involved in everything from working with children and youth, to feeding the hungry and meeting the medical needs of those who have no access to care. Time commitment varies on the opportunity.
Christ Community Church & Manna Worldwide have partnered to establish an exciting relationship to help missionaries in Guatemala minister to children and families in need through their continuing efforts to build and sustain churches, feeding centers, and orphanages. CCC has been blessed with a unique opportunity to support, both financially and physically, a newly established feeding center in Rama Blanca, Guatemala. Also, Christ Community has been able to support and lead to the establishment of a church down there as well. To find out more about Manna Worldwide, click here.
If you have an interest in joining us on our next trip to Guatemala, click here and download our informational packet. If you have any questions, feel free to scroll down to the end of this page and connect with us.
Here's our 2017 Guatemala Recap
Care Portal (Coming soon)
CarePortal brings the needs of hurting children and families in the community to our attention. Child welfare workers uncover the needs. CarePortal makes local churches aware, giving them a real-time opportunity to respond.
There are real needs in the community, and they matter to us! At Christ Community, we believe that people matter to God, and they matter to us.
To sign up, text "care" to (918)323-4987.
For more info on CarePortal, click here.
Making a Difference
At Christ Community Church, we live to share the Gospel! Part of that sharing comes through loving and serving others. That mission of sharing the Gospel takes place locally, nationally and internationally. If you would like to be a part of helping to bring others real, lasting change for others right here in our community and around the globe, consider joining our work with these groups.
Family Promise of Washington County is a local branch of the national program dedicated to helping families stay together as they bridge from homelessness to stable housing. A nonprofit, nondenominational program for families in transition, Family Promise provides a day center based at 822 S. Johnson Ave. with local church congregations providing housing, meals and support. Volunteer opportunities: CCC will be hosting the families approximately one week quarterly throughout the year and we will need people to provide meals (breakfast, dinner and sack lunches), setup teams on Sunday afternoon, tear down teams on Sunday morning, and weeknight helpers (play with kids and assist with homework from 5pm to 10pm; overnight supervisors from 10pm to 6am) and a Saturday activity planner.
On the Rock Ministries provides programs, events and opportunities designed to help youth in elementary through high school find: a place where they belong, a belief in their purpose and a relationships with Jesus to help them become all they are created to be. The organization's campus at 122 S. Park Ave. includes an indoor skate park, recreation center, concert venue, computer lab and playground. On the Rock offers after school and summer programs, along with special events throughout the year. Volunteer opportunities: computer lab tutoring, after school supervision, bike repair services and special event planning.
A free health clinic serving the Bartlesville area, Hope clinic is located in West Oak Baptist Church, 1536 NW Sunset Blvd. The clinic is open starting at 6pm Thursday nights serving children and adults. Appointments are made during the week by calling (918)440-7692. Volunteer opportunities: medical professionals, prayer partners, meal preparation, setup and cleanup teams.
My Refuge is a faith-based advocacy group providing programs to help children and families in Washington County. The group offers Friday Night Refuge Worship, Bible study, meals and fun activities for kids in grades 1-12, and a Tuesday Night Men's Club mentoring program for boys ages 9-18 years. Volunteer opportunities: small group leader, van driver, praise and worship team member, grant writer, Friday night meal prep and service, and special events planner.