Sunday Morning Small Groups meet every Sunday at 9:45 in the upper rooms of the CLC. Groups are gender and age based. 
Sunday Evening Small Group for students grades 6-12 will begin meeting February 11th. See info below.
Wednesday Night Worship takes place each week during the school year. Each Wednesday there is a time of worship and praise followed by Biblical teaching. 
Middle School Worship begins at 6:15 p.m. in the “The Big Room”
High School Worship begins at 7:30 p.m. in “The Big Room”
Contact Chance Dodd with any questions at
A man had two dogs. The one he fed grew the biggest.

There’s an old parable about a man who had two dogs that were constantly at war with each other. One of the dogs was good, representing virtues like loyalty and kindness. The other dog was bad, representing vices such as hatred and lust. Which dog won in the end? That’s easy: the one he fed.

In the same way, we have two fundamental natures battling for our attention on a daily basis—a sinful flesh and a righteous spirit. Through Christ, we have the ability to choose which nature we will “feed,” leading us either further away from or closer to His likeness.

Feed the Dog is a video-driven Bible study for middle and high school students (grades 6-12). Through the artistry of illusion and his unique gift of evangelism, Brock Gill guides students to realize the importance of nourishing the spirit through the daily practice of spiritual disciplines. Over the course of eight sessions, students will learn that spiritual disciplines are something we develop over time. With practice and perseverance, students will be able to discern the truth and focus on what’s important. They will “taste and see that the Lord is good” (Ps. 34:8), growing in their relationship with Christ and pointing others to Him.
Sunday Evenings @ 5 p.m.
In CLC Parlor Room
If you are looking for a place to grow in your relationship with Christ and his church join us beginning February 11th for an eight week study of 7 Spiritual Disciplines.
Falls Creek 2018 is coming July 2-7. 
Cost: $150
Registration opens February 12, 2018