We desire to see people love Jesus, love and serve each other and in turn love and serve our community, the city, and world TOGETHER for the sake of the gospel. These Community Groups are smaller expressions of our larger congregation in order to strategically build relationships that shepherd needs and biblically equip our adults to missionally serve neighborhoods, our city, and the world.
A list of our groups can be viewed via the button below.
At Christ Community, we believe that as followers of Jesus Christ we are all missionaries. We view the mission of the church not as something that God has only called vocational missionaries to do across the globe but also as something that God has called each of us to pursue right here in Houston. Because of this, we seek and encourage one another to….
- INDIVIDUALLY reach our NEIGHBORS as missionaries with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
- COLLECTIVELY we come together in our missional COMMUNITY GROUPS around Houston for the purpose of reaching our different Houston neighborhoods for Christ together.
- GLOBALLY Christ Community SUPPORTS & PARTNERS with ministries that reach people with the gospel.
Our Classes are designed to help equip and train you in the pursuit of godliness as a believer in Christ.
Our offerings in EQUIP will help train you in the WORD by offerings such as: basic theology, bible, how to study your Bible, tools to teach others in various settings, particular theological and biblical etc.. We will also offer classes on marriage, parenting, biblical roles of men and women, servant leadership, how to deal with conflict, biblical forgiveness as we live in COMMUNITY together. Last we will have offerings that push us to action and call us to be on MISSION such as: how to share your faith, living missionally in your neighborhood, God’s heart for the nations, ministry to the least of these, sanctity of life, the issue of race, caring for the poor and oppressed, etc…
Apologetics ~ Sundays at 9.30am Begins Feb 9 Room 120
This equip course is founded on the conviction that the Great Commission is the joy-filled responsibility of every believer and local church. The ultimate goal is to equip the student to participate in the Great Commission in a more informed and strategic manner. Specifically, as God has brought the nations to Houston, we want to provide the students with confidence as they dialogue with people representing different ethnicities, worldviews, and religions. Our instructors, Chris Bayack and Stephen Curto, bring many years of experience and academic excellence to this important topic.
Infants | Toddlers | 2 Year Olds | 3 Year Olds | PreK | Kindergarten
1st Grade | 2nd Grade | 3-5th Grade
Service Classes (children will be checked in at the desk and then will attend the first part of the main service before being dismissed to class. )
Infants | Toddlers | 2 Year Olds | 3 Year Olds | PreK | Kindergarten
KidsChurch** (1-5th Grades) | King’s Kids
TBarM CAMPS DISCOVER252 (k-4th)
TbarM staff brings the crazy fun excitement and teaching of TbarM camp to us for a week-long day camp. This camp is all about discovering Jesus (Luke 2:52) and represents growing in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and others.
- June 10-14. 2019
- Monday – Friday | 8:30am – 4:30pm
- For children who have finished K-4th Grade
- At C3Houston (1303 Sherwood Forest, Houston, 77043)
- Cost from 2018 was $260
- $100 deposit required at registration. This deposit is fully-refundable up until April 1st, at which time full payment is due.
Christ Community Church Kids Ministry (C3k) has three main priorities in developing children into followers of Christ. We desire to build a ministry that is safe, enjoyable, and Biblical. The safety of our children is a high priority in all areas of the ministry. We also work hard to make the ministry enjoyable as we want our children to develop a love for the church. Most importantly, all that we do and teach is based on the truth of the Bible. We recognize that God reveals His character through His Word and His grace transforms children into followers of Jesus. We have Sunday morning classes for Children ages Infant up to 5th Grade that is led primarily by Christ Community Church volunteers. C3 Kids utilizes Children Desiring God and Gospel Project curriculums which aim to build a foundation of doctrine and truth in these precious young lives.
We strive to create a cultured nurturing environment through the love of Christ for all our students.
Every Sunday night we come together from 5:00-6:30 to spend time in worship, teaching, and small groups. We try to make it a fun and welcoming environment for students, as well as one that will encourage and challenge them in their faith. Each small group is led by a young adult leader.
Throughout the semester we have several opportunities to serve in the student ministry. We try to do a mix of serving “outside” the church, as well as serving the church. We want our students to see that they have a role to play in serving God in the world and in the local body. If you want to serve in our C3Kids Ministry on Sunday morning.
As a Student Ministry we maintain the same 3 core values as the Church body. We don’t see a need to stray from these as they are essential to the church and the individual.
1. THE WORD
The Scriptures will be central to all we do in the C3 Student Ministry. While we will have fun in our ministry, we will not just be a social club for entertainment. C3 is committed to consistently teach our students the Scriptures and challenge our kids to see their world through the lens of the Scriptures. We will teach our students expositionally, topically, and theologically. We will also equip our students to better understand how to understand/study their bibles and share their faith. Last and certainly not least, we see the role of parents as the primary teachers, instructors, and disciples of their children. We will encourage parents to continue to teach and train their kids in the teaching and instruction of the Lord and fulfill their God-ordained role.
If there’s one thing kids desire, it’s having other kids around them who desire to pursue a life of Christlikeness alongside them. At C3, we will create environments where students are encouraged and challenged to lean on one another as they navigate the challenging teen years. We desire that our students have fun together for the purpose of building community. Our Sunday night gatherings, socials, and mission initiatives will encourage students to build deeper relationships with one another and the adult leaders. We also see the role of Community Groups in our church as a vital tool for parents to teach and model to their kids what it looks like to live in the community. We will encourage parents to have their kids engaged in the life of community groups (and not just be babysitters for the adults!).
We desire to see our kids come to faith themselves and then engage in the mission God has clearly laid out for the church. From an early age, we desire to see our kids “give their lives away” in service to the Lord and truly be the Hands and Feet of Christ. These things are better “caught” than “taught” so the student ministry at C3 will engage in regularly scheduled gospel-centered service outreaches in our city and on yearly mission trips outside of Houston. We will also encourage parents to include their kids in the family, community group, and church-wide mission initiatives and model what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.
We are praying for this retreat weekend to be an impactful experience where our students will take their first or next step in following Jesus and create deeper relationships with their small groups and adult leaders!
This retreat is a Discipleship Now (DNOW) format retreat, so our students will be staying in Houston at C3 host homes and we’ll gather together for worship, teaching, and fun activities.
Click this link to get more details: https://www.c3houston.org/c3sm-spring-retreat/
Are you looking to connect with other young adults at C3? So are we!
The purpose of our Young Adult gatherings is to provide fellowship opportunities with others in a similar life stage. Whether you are single or married, we would love to have you join us. Please note that these events are not intended to replace attendance in a C3 Community Group; we encourage you to find one in your area.
C3 Women’s Ministry gives women opportunities to diligently study God’s Word and grow in godliness. We do this in rich community with other women, as participants in God’s mission to make disciples of Christ–for His glory.
Each semester we offer weekly bible studies and monthly women’s dinners. Women2Women, a Titus 2 mentoring ministry, runs throughout the year. To learn more about these opportunities and other events, click the tabs below. We hope you will join us!
The Men of our church gather all together & in smaller groups to give additional opportunities for prayer, fellowship, & learning from God’s Word.
Each Spring and Fall the men gather on the 2nd Monday of the month. The Men’s Gatherings are opportunities to get to know other men in the church, as well as hear from a speaker, pray, and have dinner together! The Men’s Dinners for this Spring will be February 10, March 2, April 13, & May 11. Please help us plan accordingly by registering.
This is an opportunity for men to meet in the mornings for fellowship & spiritual strengthening. There are two groups that meet most weeks & if you are interested in starting one in your area, click the link below.
- Men’s Retreats: The next Spring Retreat will be in 2020. We will add details when we have more info.
- Father/Son Retreat: October 4-6. Each year a few dads go to the TBarM Father/Son Retreat in the New Braunfels area. More info about registration can be found here.
- Father/Daughter Dance: Each February around Valentine’s Day, we host a special night for fathers & daughters that allows them to bond & build special memories. More information to come.
This group is for those 55ish & older, whether married or single, who are interested in serving the church in various capacities and surrounding ministries. The majority of the events are service-oriented & there are occasional fellowship meetings.
If you would like more information, or if you would like to join this group’s mailing list, email