Changes and Opportunities

For more information about placement opportunities with the CCCC contact the CCCC Home Office at: homeoffice@ccccUSA.com or call 651-739-1474. PASTORAL CHANGES Peterborough, NH Monadnock Congregational Church* – Alan Giles Navarre, OH Stanwood Community Church (Independent) – Toby Oaks PASTORAL OPPORTUNITIES Avon, CT Valley Community Baptist Church (Converge) (Executive Pastor) Colchester, CT Christian Life Chapel (EFCA) […]

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A Gift for You

Conference Minister Ron Hamilton is offering an E-pub of his dissertation on the development of a long-term pastorate, “Foundations for Effective Ministry” as a gift. Pastors and church leaders can read this to learn how personal spiritual development, leadership development, and equipping people for ministry will build effective ministry for the glory of God. Click […]

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Inglesia Nueva Esperanza Reaching Norfolk, NE

Ray DeLaurier, NC Regional Pastor In 1998, the German Congregational Zion Church of Norfolk, NE added  a Spanish speaking ministry led by Pastor Franco. The ministry grew and prospered under Pastor Franco’s leadership. After 30 years of ministry Pastor Franco returned home to take care of his parents and in 2019 the Spanish speaking congregation […]

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Kingdom Work in the Land of Halloween

STEVEN WHITE, Pastor 1ST BAPTIST CHURCH, SALEM, MA What would you do as a new pastor in a city known for diverse spirituality, social openness, and most of all… Halloween? In December of 2020, my family moved to Salem, MA as I began to pastor historic 1st Baptist Church, planted in 1804. Here are 9 […]

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Denominational Resources

Alwyn York, CCCC Historian Our Conference has produced some helpful resources to explain what it means to be a biblical Congregationalist. Those who are new to the Conference may be unfamiliar with them. Those who are long time members might benefit from re-examining them. As Christians it is always good to keep reminding ourselves of […]

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Advocating for Vulnerable Families

Evangelical churches offer support in a variety of ways to economically vulnerable families in their communities — whether through food banks, job training classes, English tutoring or other means. When it comes to policy proposals that impact the same families and individuals, it can be confusing to know what is most helpful. The National Association […]

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World Evangelical Congregational News

Learn what God is doing in Congregational fellowships around the world through the reports from our fraternal organizations in the countries of , Brazil, Bulgaria, Manipur and Nepal.  Go to https://cong-wecf.org to read the latest Our Congregational World newsletter.

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