At CCC, we are more than a church; we are a family. We care about our members and about the community, which is why we offer pastoral care, recovery services, and caregiving ministries.
Our clergy celebrate with you in times of joy, and pray with you in times of sickness or grief. We provide the sacraments—the anointing of the sick, last rites, baptism, and confession—and are always available to speak in confidence.
CCC hosts several Alcoholics Anonymous meetings each week. On Mondays, CCC also hosts Al-Anon, the support group for friends and family of individuals who struggle with alcoholism. For details, please contact Floyd Acoff.
CCC’s caregiving ministries provide support for the sick, homebound, and those unable to physically attend church. If you are interested in receiving fellowship and communion within your home, contact the Cathedral.
When the service ends, the fellowship continues. Following Sunday worship from September to May, CCC offers a variety of enrichment programs.
Children learn about God’s bountiful spirit through Godly play, a Montessori-style Sunday School model that focuses on curiosity and questions. Children grow spiritually at their own pace.
Every Sunday, youth in grades six through 12 meet to discuss God’s work in their lives. There is no curriculum and no homework—only real faith, honest questions, and open conversation.
Adults gather and discuss topics of the moment, from events around the world to issues within the church, following the 10am Holy Eucharist. Topics for discussion change weekly, but range from science, religion, to human sexuality and the Bible.
Curious about God and religion? Explore your faith with conversation and community.
EFM (Education for Ministry)
The Education for Ministry theological certificate program is a four-year program through Sewanee University. Lay and clergy members examine the Old and New Testaments, church history, and systematic theology. Contact Jude Magers for more information.
It’s okay to be curious and ask questions. At Catechumenate—a weekly gathering in the winter and spring—individuals explore mature, adult faith in the context of open and gracious conversation.
It is our basic “membership information class,” though, of course, there is no pressure to join anything. Instead, CCC 101 is a space for storytelling, pondering questions, trying on spiritual practices and learning about CCC, the Episcopal Church and the Christian tradition in the context of community.
We live in a fast-paced world full of technology and information, and sometimes we need to take a step back. At CCC, we offer a number of activities that calm the mind, refresh the body, and rejuvenate the spirit.
Twice a week, CCC offers beginner Ashtanga yoga, which includes breathing exercises and gentle stretches. It is free to attend and is open to all ages and abilities.
In a hectic, noisy world, it can be refreshing to seek peace through prayer. Each month, parishioners gather for Centering Prayer, where they focus on quiet contemplation and internal reflection.
Intercessory prayer team ministry meets to pray for the needs of others and situations unfolding in the world around us.