Begin To Belong - Membership Class

Interested in learning more about Christ Community Church or becoming a member? No matter how long you've been around, Begin to Belong is for you.

An Intentionally Smaller Environment

This informal, small group setting is a great place to ask questions and to get to know some people. As you meet church staff members and class participants and learn more about Christ Community Church, you'll begin to belong!

What Is The Content?

During the two class sessions you'll learn about our church history, leadership, mission, and strategy. We'll share the array of resources available to help you and your family belong, grow, serve, and reach people with the Good News of Jesus Christ. You'll meet class participants who, like yourself, are interested in learning more about Christ Community Church and what it means to become a member. 

When Does This Class Meet?

Begin To Belong is offered several times a year at each campus, most often during a worship service on Sunday mornings. This allows parents with kids up to 5th grade to check them into KidsWorld for Begin to Belong class time. 

Register For Our Next Classes

Our next Begin To Belong classes will be held on the following dates: 

St. Charles Campus
Saturday, November 3, 2018.
ONE DAY class  8:30-11:30 am in the chapel

REGISTER HERE
 

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Streamwood-Bartlett Campus
- October 14th and 21st, following service.  

REGISTER HERE

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DeKalb Campus
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Saturday, November 3, 2018.
ONE DAY class  8:30-11:30 am in the Hub
REGISTER HERE

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Blackberry Creek Campus
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ONE DAY class  1-3 pm in the HUB  Sunday, November 4, 2018    

REGISTER HERE


We look forward to getting to know each other better.

If you have additional questions…

Please check our Staff Directory and contact:

Streamwood-Bartlett Campus: Rae Anne Payleitner
Blackberry Creek Campus: John Burke
DeKalb Campus: Annie Sanderson
St. Charles Campus: Kim Ward