May 23 & 24 , 2020 



Christ Community Church
Re-Entry for in Church Worship
Saturday, May 23rd at 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, May 24th at 10:45 a.m.

CCC will be reopening  its doors for Worship this weekend.  Things will look a bit different than before.  Due to the guidelines set by the CDC and the Kentucky State government, we have limited seating of 40 in the sanctuary and 28 in the overflow Fellowship Hall.  Reservations will be required due to the limitation of available seating.  You will need to call the church office at 270-686-6327 to reserve your spot.  We will need to know which service you will be attending and how many will attend.  Reservations will be required for the next few weeks.

We highly recommend you wear a face mask while in attendance and observe the social distancing regulations.

There will only be once entrance into the church building, and that will be the main entrance located on Center Street.  The handicap entrance, if needed will be at the side entrance.

There will be NO nursery, children's or youth activities available for now.  There will also be NO food or drink services available.

We will also continue to live stream the services.

Thank you for your continued patience and understanding.




    CCC Choir - A Call to Worship

Over the next few weeks as we continue to attend services and worship with our families at home, this is an opportune time to prepare our hearts for when we are all back together.  For those thinking of joining the choir and to start everyone on the same page, the plan is to use the most recent edition of the Worship Hymnal (2008) and the book Sing! How Worship Transforms your Life, Family and Church (2017), written by Keith & Krysten Getty.  For more information please visit hppt://

These two books are available at the church office.  We are encouraging those interested to have their own personal copies to use during their prayer time each day and to have ready for when we begin rehearsals in the coming weeks.

To reserve your copy of the books, please contact Cathy Mullins at 270-316-9203 to make arrangements for delivery.

Blessings to you and your family for Health and Happiness.





Congregational Care

In these trying times we, as the body of Christ need to support and care for one another.  In light of the issues and challenges brought on by COVID-19, as long as possible, CCC would like to gather certain staples to provide for those in our church family who are unable to obtain important staples to see them thru.  We have had one request to date for assistance.  If you know of a family or someone who could use a little help, please let us know.

In order to accomplish this task, CCC needs the following supplies: 


Canned Peas, Corn & Green Beans
Canned Tuna or Chicken
Vienna Sausages
Mac & Cheese
Instant Potatoes
Peanut Butter
Ramen Noodles
Great Northern Beans (canned)
Toilet Paper


If you know of a family or individual who is in need or could benefit from this In Reach Ministry, please call the church office at 270-686-6327.

If you would like to donate food, please call the church office at 270-686-6327 to arrange a time for drop off.  The Social Distancing Policy will be observed. 

Thank you in advance for all you do for our church family.  Stay safe and healthy an may the Peace of God be with you.




Christ Community Church Tithes & Offering

Many of you have communicated via text, email or phone with regards where to send your tithes and offerings. 

You may mail your tithes and offerings to 1220 Center Street, Owensboro, KY   42303.  

You may also go to our website donation page, and choose the method best for you.

If you need further information, please call the church office at 270-686-6327.




How to Watch CCC's Weekly Worship & Sermons

You DO NOT have to have a Facebook account to watch CCC's weekly worship & sermon.

Begin by clicking on

If you are using a computer just click on the link above, if you are using a smart phone, hold on the link and it will open and take you to the Sermons page on the CCC website.

Click on the Facebook Video page (highlighted in blue)

Scroll down to the videos and click on the video you would like to watch.

You can watch live worship services each Sunday beginning at 10:45 a.m.  Video of the services can also be viewed at a later time.

Please share this information with your family, friends and others.





Email Address Update

In these very uncertain times it is so important as a church family we keep in contact with one another.  One way CCC accomplishes this, is through emails.  If you are NOT receiving the CCC email updates or weekly email, we do not have your email address.  If you would like to start receiving CCC emails, please call the church office at 270-686-6327 or email  with your current email address.  





Christ Community Church Prayer List
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”  Jeremiah 29:11

Addison Chaney
Amy F.
Angie Brames
Ashley H.
Ashley Trent Family
Autumn Conner
Billy Pence
Bobby M.
Brenda F.
Brenda Thomas
Brian Thomas
Brice M.
Chasity Harney
Connie Mehlbauer
COVID-19 Patients & Families
Danny Durbin
Dawn Johnson
Deanna Edmonds
Deloris Park
Dempsey Family
Emily Carder
Freddie Mayes
Gary Mineer
Gary Renfrow
Hospice Patients & Families
Jacqueline Stogsdill
Jean Epperson
Jena Johnson & Family
Jerry & Janet Steven
Jim & Glenda Tucker
Jim Shaw
Jimmie Havener
Kaitlyn Conner
Kathy P.
Katie Mattingly
Kelly Holt
Krystal Payne & Family
Laura Overand
Libby & Tony Roberts
Lily H.
Lisa Bratcher & Family
Lisa Skinner
Medically Fragile
Mike & Ladona Burns & Family
Mike Heep
Mo & Debbie Hardesty & Family
Nancy Waltrip
Pat Rice
Patti Zimmerman
Pattie Whitten
Rae Anne E.
Richard F.
Richard Hall
Rose Barrows
Sharon Warren
Samuel Freeman & Family
Savannah Shultz, Isaac, Hudson & Baby Lincoln
Shawnee Young, Madison, Caleb & Baby Kynzlei
Stevie Wathen
Stewart Heep
T. Waltrip
Thelma & Dennis Hagerman
Tommy Eades
Tracy Bratcher
Tricia H.
Vince Burns Family
Warren & Karen Young
Wendy LaRoche

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Men's Bible Study 
Monday Evenings at 6:00 p.m.




CCC Baptism Celebration




CCC Choir


The CCC Choir is BACK!!!!

Cathy Mullins will be leading the choir. "O Come let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation."

If you  want to be a part of the choir, call Cathy Mullins at 270-316-9203.





CCC is looking for a few good drivers to volunteer to assist with our Van Ministry.  We have members and regular attendees that need a ride to church.  If you are interested in assisting in this worthwhile ministry, please call the church office at 270-686-6327.




CCC Facilities Use Policy





CCC Women's Group Study

 New study, "Trustworthy" by Lysa Terkeurst, when we resume our weekly meetings

  If you have any questions, please call the church office at 270-686-6327.





Caring Hearts Meal Ministry

This Ministry will continue during this time of transition. 

Caring Hearts Meal Ministry is an outreach ministry providing meals to help our church family who are recovering from medical issues,
personal crisis, loss or the birth of a new baby.  If you would like to volunteer to serve, please indicate on your information sheet
or you may call the church office at 270-686-6327.

"...For I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in...The King will reply, "Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me."

Matthew 25:30,40




CCC Information and Connection

We want to hear from YOU!!!  If you have any suggestions, comments or concerns, please fill out the bulletin information sheet with your
name, phone number and email address so we can contact you. You may also use the contact form at the bottom of this newsletter.

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May Prayer Requests    

Special Intentions For the Prayer Shawl Ministry

"Memorial Day and Gold Star Families"




  Please keep the Prayer Shawl ministry in your prayers this month
as the ladies crochet prayer shawls for the above needs.

If you need a prayer shawl, please call Thelma Hagerman at 270-929-2421.

The affliction you gave me was the best thing that could have happened to me, for it taught me to pay attention to your laws.  They are more valuable to me than millions of silver and gold.

Psalm 119: 71-72





Postponed until further notice.





Until further notice, services will be streamed live on Facebook at 10:45 a.m. each Sunday morning.

Saturday Worship  5:30 pm
Sunday Worship
   10:45 am

Sunday Mornings Kids & Youth

Nursery  9:00 & 10:45 am
Pre K thru Kindergarten  9:00 & 10:45 am
1st thru 4th grade  10:45 am
5th thru 12th grade  10:45 am

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APRIL 2020
Budget            $53,770.00
Offering                 $43,614.00  
   CSCF                    $3,657    




William Whitmer, loving husband to Joan and loving brother in law to Bill and Kim Roberts
Toogie Everly, loving mother to Tonya Thompson and loving mother in law to Steve Thompson 





May 2020

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Sandra Watts
Kevin Morgan
Stacy McCoy
Sherry Hayden
Addison Locher
Bobbi Tucker
Cindy Heep
Donna Morris
Ron Roark
Butch Knight
David Vanover
Cissy Bishop
Martha Allen
Tammie Roberts
William Weideman
Sherry Lambert
Jacob Grimes
Judy Christian
Mike Royal
Garrett Leonard
Sandy Deyton
Marsha Roby
Michelle Wallace Whitlow
Kevin Baxter
Palmer Templeton
Carol Jackson
Mary Hudson
Holli Duke
Rita Head
Jordan Haire
Madelyn Schartung
Stan Bennett
Tony Stinnett
Chris Rhoads
Shirley Kennedy
Peggy Craft
Betsy Mattingly


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Men's Group

Man Up 

Women's Group

The Women's Group weekly Bible study, Wednesday, at 6:00 p.m.  We will begin a new study, March 18th.  "Trustworthy" by Lysa Terkeurst.  Bring a friend and enjoy the worship and study.


 Bible Study Class

1304 Center Street (church office) Wednesdays at 6:00 pm
  They will delve into the study of the book of Romans. 

Senior Adult Luncheon

Cancelled until futher notice
Our monthly Tuesday luncheon dates and menus will be posted as soon as possible.  If you have questions, please call Becky Trogden at 270-315-1098.

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Request Hospital Ministry
Mary Bryan Prayer Shawl Ministry
Request Prayer


To contact the staff, please call 270-686-6327Monday thru Friday from 
8 am to 5 pm or you may email the staff at 

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The Imago Dei
May 15, 2020

"So God created man in his own image; he created him in the image of God; he created them male and female."      Genesis 1:27

Imago Dei, what would it look like if we really lived like we truly believed every human being was created in the image of God?  Including the guy who cut you off in traffic.  The boss intent on making your day miserable.  The child breaking your heart.  Again.  The former friend doing her best to ruin your reputation.  The church member rubbing you the wrong way.  That dishonest business, that's trying to rip you off and winning.  Your political opponents.  Your negligent landlord.  Your obnoxious, scary neighbor.  Your ex.  And his girlfriend.  All of them knit together in his or her mother's womb by the same Artist that spoke the universe and all its varied wonders into being.  All of them created and cherished.

It's a risky proposition.  Our vulnerable hearts are intent on dividing humanity into neat categories with hidden titles - love, like, tolerate, dislike, can't stand.  Protecting ourselves behind a carefully crafted shield of neglect, indifference, and even hate.  Not my religion.  Not my denomination.  Not my political affiliation.  Not my type.  Not my people.

But protection is a deceptive illusion and is ultimately destructive.  When we construct fences and build walls to "protect" our neat categories and hard hearts, it's like stepping on our oxygen line.  Because love is like air.

Inhale.  Exhale.  Both directions.  And it better not stop, or you'll pass out.  We are made for love.  Sure, there is plenty of hard work involved.  But when we choose to set aside our prejudices and silence the anxious judge and jury of our minds, we find that we hold two things fundamentally in common with everyone: 1) the image of God and 2) our need for His grace.  Suddenly, we are the acquitted and the only justice to share the unmerited favor we've received.  And love becomes simple.

"A Moment to Breath"

Imago Dei. All of us. Created in God's image. Ask God to open your eyes to see all people the way He does, to love the way He does.


Devotional for April 17, 2020
Apr 17, 2020

Corrie Ten Boom asked the question that bids us answer in today's world: Is prayer your steering wheel or your spare tire?

Vice President Pence said in a White House briefing this week that he has seen a posting where healthcare workers were joined together in prayer for those under their care who were affected by COVID 19.  He said he wanted the healthcare workers to know that the people of the United States were also standing in prayer for them!  He further stated that he believed that we would get through this crisis by God's help.

 In Ephesians 6, we read: "Be prepared.  You're up against far more than you can handle on your own.  Take all the help you can get, every weapon God has issued, so that when it's all over but the shouting you'll still be on your feet.  Truth, righteousness, peace, faith, and salvation are more than words.  Learn how to apply them.  You'll need them throughout your life.  God's Word is an indispensable weapon.  in the same way, prayer is essential in this ongoing warfare.  Pray hard and long.  Pray for your brothers and sisters.  Keep your eyes open.  Keep your eyes open.  Keep each others spirits up so that no one falls behind or drops out."  (MSG)

This is definitely a time when we are up against far more than we can handle on our own.  Prayer needs to be our steering wheel!  We need that steering wheel to guide us through each day, as we pray for strength - for ourselves, for our families, our friends, our church, our community, our state, our country, OUR WORLD!

Prayer is not about how many words or how fancy the wording of your prayer is.  Prayer is about a heart that cries out to Almighty God, our Heavenly Father...the One who hears us and longs to have a relationship with His children and to give them good thins.  Your prayer doe not even have to be spoken.  It can simply be a loving, longing heart toward God.  John Bunyan has been quoted as saying, "It is better in prayer to have a heart without words than to have words without a heart.

Let us unite our hearts in prayer to the God who hears and the One who heals!

May our Mighty God continue to watch over you and keep you healthy and continue to bless you.


Daring Faith/Bold Courage
Apr 08, 2018

I believe we are at a defining moment in our history. In 2007, a small group meeting in a house had no idea that one day we would be a church. We now meet for three services each weekend, employ a church staff, have programs for children and teens, and participate in missions in our community, as well as in North and South America, Europe, and soon, Japan. In the past few years we have sensed the growing need for more space to expand our ministries.

In November of 2015, because of generous gifts, we purchased 10 acres of land in the fast-growing East County at 3475 Thruston-Dermont Road. We have patiently waited for God's timing to establish and expand the church to a second campus. There will be room for the expansion of the children's ministry, youth ministry, and adult programs. This will be an additional campus, not a relocation.

Since our first meeting as a church family in 2008, until present, God has blessed our church family tremendously. We have seen our small group grow and enrich our community by starting a Food Pantry, Prayer Shawl Ministry, Backpack Ministry, Small Group Bible Studies, Children's Programs, Middle and High School Programs, Church Choir, and many other missions and ministries supported with your love and contributions.

We, as a church body, have embraced the trials of beginning a brand-new church. The Lord has blessed us as HIS children. We are a church on a MISSION!!! Christ Community Church has been called to lead all to Christ through worship and community, and to impact the world until our LORD and SAVIOR returns.

It is time for Christ Community church to radically step out in a "Daring Step of Faith with Bold Courage." Solomon writes in Ecclesiastes 3:1-3, "There is a time and a season for every activity under heaven. A time to be born and a time to die. A time to plant and a time to uproot. A time to tear down and a time to build." By God's providence we are debt free. God has impressed that it is time to grow and expand OUR FOOTPRINT IN OUR COMMUNITY.

I ask you to prayerfully consider taking a "Daring Step of Faith with Bold Courage" with me and support this process. Together, through the generosity of God, WE can make the Vision a reality, and REALITY has IMPACT.

Pastor Myke Templeton

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Through the Years: A Brief CCC History
Apr 08, 2018

Bible Study began in the home of Myke and Kathy Templeton.
May: We moved to the Springs Conference Center to accommodate our growing group.
July: CCC purchased the 1220 and 1304 Center Street properties for $345,000.

Due to God's providence we could pay in full the $345,000 for the 1220 and 1304 Center Street properties.
November: CCC made the decision to purchase 10 acres and buildings at 3475 Thruston-Dermont Road for $350,000.
December: CCC purchased outright the 1320 Center Street property for $35,000 to utilize as a Food Pantry.

Again, due to answered prayers, CCC could pay in full the $350,000 for the 3475 Thruston-Dermont property.

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Believe + Confess = Saved
Apr 04, 2018

The message about faith is this: If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For it is by believing in your heart that you are made right with God, and it is by confessing with your mouth that you are saved. As the Scriptures tell us, Anyone who trusts in him will never be disgraced. For everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. 
Please do not be disobedient and rebellious toward God. Your eternal life and salvation depend on you trusting in Jesus in your heart and confessing your faith in him.
Contact me if you have any questions or want to talk about this.
Mike Marx 270-993-0041

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