Adults at Aurora Campus
At Christ Community Church, we desire to create many environments for adults to belong to community and grow in their faith.
Opportunities at the Aurora Campus include:
A Community Group is an intentional community consisting of 3 to 12 people who meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth, friendship and support. Groups gather at a member's home, on the church campus, or even in a local restaurant.
Care Night is an evening collection of workshops, classes, and recovery groups that foster relational, emotional, and spiritual growth, as well as practical skill-development through large group teaching and small group discussion.
Our Care Night workshops, classes, and recovery groups meet for three 9-week or 12/13-week sessions each year.
Financial Peace University
Financial Peace University (FPU) is a practical, biblically-based course from Dave Ramsey, which is designed to help you learn to handle money God's way. The dynamic, motivational lessons cover topics like eliminating debt, saving and spending wisely, and how to give like never before.
Co-Ed: Yoga has long been known for its multitude of health benefits ranging from improved flexibility, balance and posture to better breathing and sports performance. However, we believe the transforming power of Jesus is able to redeem the practice of yoga.
Class is held from 9:30-10:30am on Saturdays in the Kid's World stage area of the Blackberry Creek Campus.
AT ALL CAMPUSES:
The main way we belong and grow at Christ Community is through weekend services. Join us at one of our four Chicago suburb campuses.
Whether it's praying, giving, or going, we provide a number of strategic opportunities for people to get involved, finding their purpose in Christ through the mission and learn more about God's mission for the nations. If you want to make your life count for something significant, we will show you how!
Simply Serve is an online search tool to help you search available serving opportunities both in the church and in the community.
Here at Christ Community, we celebrate baptism by holding special services three times each year. The service includes both baptisms and a time dedicated to hearing the stories, told in their own words, of people coming to faith in Jesus Christ.
We love God's Word. Our Bible Savvy reading plan guides readers through our four-year Bible reading plan and encourages the C.O.M.A. method of Bible study. You can follow the reading schedule in three ways.