Women at Christ Community
At Christ Community Church, we offer a variety of ways for women to find community, encouragement, accountability, and friendship as they become passionate disciples of Christ.
Click on your campus below to see what is offered for women at your 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.
A Community Group is an intentional community consisting of 3 to 12 people who meet regularly to pursue spiritual growth, friendship and support. Community Groups meet 2 or more times a month, though weekly meetings are most common. Groups gather at a member's home, on the church campus, or even in a local restaurant.
The Winter Thaw Women's Event
In the deep cold of winter we need a warm place to warm our hearts and souls. We have just the place! Come join us for our Winter Thaw Women's Event; a weekend of worship, teaching, workshops, yummy food and precious time spent with friends old and new. Sue Nicodem will be our speaker and will share with us from John 15 about Abiding In Christ. Tickets go on sale Monday, January 21st.
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.
ParentPathway.org is an online resource of Christ Community Church offering tools to help you focus on the spiritual journey of your kids.
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.