Sermon of the Week
Wake and Walk
October 11, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
In Ephesians 5, the Apostle Paul refers to a prophecy from the prophet Isaiah for the people of God to wake up. When things get dark, the church is called to be brighter still. Today’s sermon gives practical principles by which the Church should demonstrate their salvation.
Yom Kippur 2020
September 27, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, begins this evening, September 27th at sundown and ends on the evening of the 28th at sundown. In this sermon, Pastor Jim looks at the significance of this season in light of God's covenant with Israel.
A Lesson From Jonah
September 20, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
Jonah’s faith in God’s mercy needed a “touch up.” He was so zealous for God, he forgot that God desires that even His enemies would come into right relationship with him. Through Jonah’s message, a whole city fasted, prayed and repented and found the forgiveness of God.
The Feast of Trumpets
September 13, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
Pastors Jim and Pam are calling CCC to fast and pray with other Christians across America who are praying from The Feast of Trumpets (September 18th) to Yom Kippur (September 28th). Today's sermon calls our church to respond to the covenant agreement our forefathers made with God at the discovery and founding of America.
Call a Fast
September 6, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
In Joel2, we hear the call to fast and pray for the outpouring of God's Spirit on His people. Soon we will have one of the most important and consequential elections of our lifetime. Pastor Jim calls CCC to join together in a season o fasting and prayer for our nation September 18th to the 28th.
Claim Your Hope, by Accepting Your Faith
August 30, 2020 • Pastor Matthew Smith
Now more than ever we must claim our faith in the Hope that Christ Jesus has secured for us through his blood. No-one, not even God, will force us into faith, it must come from an earnest desire to know him and believe that he loves us.
The Providence of God
August 16, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
God goes before us, behind us, above us, and below us. He is in our tomorrow, our today, and our yesterday. Not only is He there with His presence, He is also there with his provision. God is shaping history, nations, churches, and his children. We walk now in the peace and expectation of God’s providential care.
Strong and Courageous
July 26, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
Joshua suddenly found himself leading the nation of Israel into the Promised Land. God commanded him to be strong and courageous. David charged Goliath with a sling and five smooth stones. He was courageous because he knew the the battle was the Lord’s. God is calling us to be strong and courageous as our nation is being tested and tried. The Lord will once again back up those who overcome fear and face opposition with courage.
Son on Encouragement
July 19, 2020 • Pastor Jim Tarr
Life can be hard for people. There are plenty of naysayers, but there are a some who have become “Sons and Daughters of Encouragement." When we encourage others, we do the Spirit’s work and release the heart of God to others. The end result will be people walking in their destiny, empowered by God