CCJ Golf Scramble For Haiti

golfOn August 15 at 2 p.m., CCJ will host its annual golf scramble benefiting the House of Hope in Haiti (a CCJ-founded children’s home). This year’s scramble will be at Sultan’s Run Golf Course in Jasper.

Each team will consist of four players and costs $40 per person (pay the day of the scramble at the course). Hole sponsorships are available in $100 or $25 increments (e-mail RYAN STILES to sponsor holes). Team prizes will be awarded along with participation prizes. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.



VBS Volunteers Needed

CCJ’s 2015 VBS is coming and we need YOU!

July 20-24 from 6:15 to 8:15 p.m. each evening. We will need lots of volunteers to make this year’s VBS a success.


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To register your child: Get full details and register your child HERE.

Summer Sermon Series, TENSION, Begins June 7


Tension, is set to be CCJ’s summer 2015 sermon series. What is true? What is real? Tension is about finding the truth amidst the realities of life. In fact, tension is something necessary in our teaching at CCJ. We often tend to think tension threatens what is true, but it doesn’t. We think tension waters down truth, but it doesn’t. Tension doesn’t diminish the power of truth. Tension doesn’t make truth less true, it makes it more real. Join us June 7 to July 26 for this impactful sermon series.

The Book of James: Everyday Theology



Beginning June 7 at 9 a.m., we will begin a verse-by-verse study through the New Testament book of James taught by CCJ Discipleship Minister Richard Crabtree. When we finish this discipleship class, we will understand the content of the book and its everyday wisdom and theology. No matter where you are in your walk with Jesus, this study is for you — and every believer. The class will run Sundays, June 7 to July 26 at 9 a.m. each Sunday morning upstairs at CCJ.

Register HERE.

Changes To Wednesdays At CCJ

Christian Church of Jasper VBS 2012 Tuesday Dear Parents and Guardians,

On Sunday morning, we announced our Wednesday evening activities for The Spring and H2O will no longer continue after this season. We wanted to take some time to explain, in-depth, the reasons behind our decision. We hope this information will help explain the changes taking place.

The children’s ministry at CCJ has continued to grow and expand over time and, with this growth, we have been making adjustments. Recently, we added the new 2-year-old room, expanded our pre-school ministry, and added the new H2O service in Worship Center B. Sunday mornings have become the integral part of our children’s ministry here at CCJ. As we continue to grow, we will continue to make intentional decisions to improve our ministries.

For our current Wednesday evening activities, the children’s ministry has remained consistent in attendance. However, The Well for middle and high school students has grown tremendously on Wednesday evenings. What we have is a children’s ministry that is thriving on Sundays and a youth ministry that is thriving on Wednesdays. The CCJ elders and staff have come to the conclusion we will pour all of our efforts into Sunday mornings for children’s ministry and Wednesday evenings for youth ministry.

This should be a very positive shift for both of these areas. To date, The Well small groups have run out of room in the building to meet so they will gain all of The Spring classrooms. For children’s ministry, this shift will allow more time and energy to be focused on our Sunday morning programs (nursery, preschool, elementary and preteen).

Those of you who attend community groups on Wednesday evening at the church and rely on The Spring for child care during that time may be worried about this change. CCJ has allocated funds for child care reimbursements for affected community groups. Please use this reimbursement support to assist if your group decides to utilize child care. Sarah Weatherwax, our Involvement Director at CCJ, will be happy to talk to you about the process. Additionally, the nursery will still be open for The Well’s volunteers on Wednesday evenings.

Finally, we want everyone to know we have thoroughly enjoyed our Wednesday evening time in The Spring. We have loved all the nights of silly games, dance moves, worship and small group lessons with these kids. As part of a growing congregation, changes are inevitable, but change can be positive. We hope this will be a positive transition for us all as we follow God’s lead and prepare for the next amazing chapter of children’s ministry at CCJ.


The CCJ Family Ministries Team
Hannah, Corey, Stephanie, and Drew

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