meet together

additional ways to "meet together"

Affinity Groups

Affinity groups offer additional opportunities for our people to meet together around similar interests, activities, or seasons of life. 

Intentional time devoted to discussing and navigating difficult conversations that are important to the Body of Christ but are often avoided because disagreement feels like an obstacle to our ability to love. This group meets once a month for 2 hours at CWC. 

Intergenerational group that meets monthly (on the 3rd Thursday of each month) for prayer and fellowship around breakfast. 

• Large Group Study: meets at 6:30-8:00pm in the CWC Great Room, Sept. 6 — Oct. 11. This fall’s study is “When You Pray,” helping us explore prayers in the Bible that can inform our own.

• Bible Study Fellowship (BSF):
large group of women who meet Thursdays at 7:00pm during the school year at CWC’s JC Bodyshop Building.

(no sign-up needed)

• Small Group Study:
meets at 6:00pm on Tuesdays

A group devoted to intentional Christian Grandparenting (of grandchildren near or far). They meet the first Sunday of the month in CWC’s Great Room, 10:30-11:45am.

Healing & Discernment

Intentional Opportunities to meet together with trained persons to help guide and facilitate discernment, direction, and restoration. 

God is always faithful to meet us where we are; and yet we believe there’s power in dedicated space and time to spend focused time in solitude, silence, and shared attentiveness to God’s voice.

[Wellsprings explanation] 

Spiritual Direction is a centuries-old church practice of one mature, trained, believer (spiritual director) walking along-side another seeker/believer (directee) to attune their hearts to God’s activity in all areas of life.  

[Counseling explanation] 

Corequisite Cohorts

Cohorts corresponding with, and designed to enhance one’s commitment to, the 4 moments of the Christian Life: Gather, Meet, Serve, & Go.

We believe that water baptism is a sacrament of the church commanded by Christ and ordained as a means of grace when received through faith. By this sacrament, God works within us to awaken, strengthen, and confirm our faith.

[Tabl•Ed course explanation] 

In addition to gathering with a local church, we’re given the opportunity to identify ourselves with it through Membership. When you become a member of CWC, you commit to a local body, working alongside others in the same community with the same vision to cultivate the kingdom of God in us, and the places God has called us.

[Shepherding course explanation]