At CWC we desire to partner with God to make more and better disciples. One of the ways we do this is through smaller communities of discipleship groups who accept, encourage, teach, confess and forgive, serve, and pray with one another. These groups meet at different times and places and use a variety of discipleship methods.
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.
Wellsprings at CWC
Wellsprings at CWC is a prayer ministry that invites Jesus into the process of helping people find healing from past emotional wounds. All of us, at some point in our lives, have been wounded by another person, our own mistakes, or tragic events and using Scripture, discernment, forgiveness, and prayer, Wellsprings teams help people listen to God in order to find healing from those wounds.
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. This is not counseling, life-coaching or even mentoring. This is a unique experience of two people, fully focused on how God is communicating and at work in all aspects of life.
Members are stewards of a body that is much older, much larger, and more diverse than any one of us. By becoming a member, you walk through a doorway into the discipleship process within the life of the church that moves beyond a decision for Christ, into a life of devotion to Christ which leads to a life of service for Christ.