If you are struggling with feelings of depression or suicidal thoughts, please know that there is help available for you. If you need emergency assistance, dial 911 immediately. Please don't wait. You are important. For non-emergencies, free and confidential support is also available through 1-800-273-8255 or the link below.
You may feel like no one cares, but there are people who want to help you. It is important to tell someone what’s going on in your heart and mind. Our CCF Counseling Center is a great resource for ongoing support for those struggling with depression, addictions, anxiety or other situations that feel overwhelming. Our counselors would be honored to connect with you.CONNECT THROUGH OUR COUNSELING CENTER
If you are dealing with cancer at any stage, or are supporting a loved one through the cancer journey, we want to help you learn how to navigate cancer with hope, grace, and faith that God can heal and restore no matter what the prognosis may be. Beginning February 2020, this group will meet on Monday evenings and provide tools and assessments needed to receive clarity about fears, concerns, worries or any challenges you may have on your cancer-care journey into cancer survivorship and beyond.GET CONNECTED TO THIS GROUP
Stay connected to physical and spiritual strength through a (one hour) faith-based pilates class. All levels of experience are welcome. Class is free. Limited equipment provided so please bring your own yoga mat and weights if possible.VIEW THE CLASS SCHEDULE
CCF is honored to be owners of a sustainable community garden, which supples fresh fruits, vegetables and herbs to the people of our church and community.Items are harvested and made available at weekend services, with all donations invested into the Compassion Center ministry and providing quality food to those in our church and local community who could use a little extra support.WORK IN THE GARDEN WITH US!