November 5 & 6

May these words of my mouth and this meditation of my heart be pleasing in your sight, Lord, my Rock and my Redeemer. PSALM 19:14

It’s a busy weekend at CCCC! We encourage everyone to get involved and participate! See announcements below for details.

In addition, this weekend Pastor Rob continues his Spiritual Growth: Training vs. Trying sermon series with Meditation on the Bible. We will be having the Lord’s supper.


Service Times:

Saturday- 4:00pm

Sunday- 10:00am


Children’s Church

Sunday- 10:00am


Cedar Creek Kids Corner – November 6th

This month our Cedar Creek Kids will be learning how God cares for all people through the continued story of Moses.

Our First Steps toddlers will participate in an interactive poster story of Moses receiving the 10 commandments and will learn about the number 10 through a building block activity.

Our Kids Creek Elementary group will learn how God provided for the Israelites’ needs in the desert (Exodus 15:22-17:7).  They will discuss complaining, and complete a wants vs. needs mural.  They will also listen to a worship song and discuss how it reflects what we are learning.

Thank you Cedar Creek for supporting our Children’s Ministry however we are still in need for volunteers!

For Children’s Ministry questions and/or enrollment information please email Jaime Branham:


THIS SATURDAY -November 5th – CCCC All-Church Clean-Up Day – 10:00am – 2:00pm (Lunch provided) – It’s that time of year again when we need volunteers to help clean up CCCC! From changing light bulbs to washing windows, we are in need of volunteers to help spruce up our beautiful church for the winter and holiday seasons. Even if you can only commit to an hour, please consider helping! Lunch will be provided.

THIS SUNDAY – November 6th – All-Church Prayer Gathering – Join us right after the service for a time of prayer for our attenders, our church, and especially our nation


November 5th & 6th-Family Share Collection

Family Share is a local non-profit which provides daily necessities for the needy in our community.  The money raised from our spaghetti dinner and all foodstuffs and personal contributions will be given will go to Family Share on November 6th.  Below are some of the items needed, with a focus on items for Thanksgiving.  Thanks for your support! If you have any questions, please contact any of the members of the Leadership Team.



Jello & Pudding (regular and sugar-free)

Peanut Butter

Stuffing Mix

Corn Bread Mix

Canned Beans and Corn

Canned Pumpkin

Feminine Products

* Monetary Contributions – Please see Gloria Keshemberg

November 6th – Fall Back – Remember to set back your clock one hour on the 6th of November in observance of the return to Standard Time.

November 13th – All-Church Meeting (After Service) – Pastor Ken from Converge will assist the CCCC Leadership Team in defining and outlining, for the congregation, the search process for hiring our permanent pastor. We encourage everyone to attend this meeting as it will help everyone to better understand the process, as well as provide a time-line for the next few months going forward. The Team and Pastor Ken will also be happy to answer any questions you may have.

December 7th  – Woman’s Ornament Exchange – 7:00pm at CCCC – Come and join us for an evening of fellowship, food and fun. If you want to participate in the ornament exchange, bring a wrapped ornament ($10.00 per less).

If you want to participate in the cookie exchange, bring six dozen cookies, bars, or candy.  For more information, contact Debbie Gronowski at or 414-614-0624.

Events Calendar – November Calendar Coming Soon!


Electronic Tithing via PayPal

Honor the Lord with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your produce- Proverbs 3:9

You can now electronically tithe to CCCC by transferring money though PayPal. It’s free, fast, easy and secure!

Here is the link:


~Please continue to bring in your aluminum cans to support CCCC ministries~
    If possible, please put the cans in a garbage bag. The recycling center does not want the cans in a store bag.


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