Inspirational Hymn with CCB Virtual Choir Help for April 6, 2020

As we start off Holy Week socially distancing in our home, our uncertainty at the future mirrors the fear and agony that Jesus felt facing His own death. It’s a good time to be still and reach out to God,


Pastor’s Message – April 6, 2020

As I write this it is the day after Psalm Sunday and the second day of what the Church calls Holy Week, ending with the Saturday before Easter. During this week the Church has condensed the final days of Jesus’


Palm Sunday Comprehensive Digital Service – April 5, 2020

With the pandemic still gripping our nation and our world, many people are working to try and keep our Spiritual Community bright with God’s Light! Today, we are rolling out our first Digital Service that you can enjoy and, hopefully,


Inspirational Hymn for April 2nd

One of my go-to’s when I need to find calm in the midst of a storm is Quiet Heart music, by Henry Wiens. Henry is a gifted pianist with a great heart for God He toured with Billy Graham and


Pastor’s Message – April 2, 2020

Eight years ago I decided to do something I hadn’t done in 39 years when I attended my 40th high school reunion. High school was not a particularly good time for me as I was undergoing many physical and psychological


An Inspirational Hymn

Dear CCB Family, I would like to share this inspirational hymn called “You are My Hiding Place”. It was written for the film of the same name,  “The Hiding Place” and is about Corrie Ten Boom, a Christian who helped


Pastor’s Message – March 31, 2020

With any misfortune and hardship there always are lessons to be learned. Not the least of which is how to survive, if possible, to live another day. Here are some of the lessons I am learning:


Can You Help Create Masks?

Many home-care and health professionals are without masks at a time one would be helpful and even life-saving. It is very real, as we see or read every day in the news, that front-line workers are fearing for their personal


Pastor’s Weekly Sermon for March 29th

This Sunday’s Old Testament and New Testament readings both deal with the subject of resurrection. They give hope to a community and to individuals who are both physically and spiritually dead. In light of the Coronavirus Pandemic we all find


Hymns to Complement the Pastor’s Sermon – March 29, 2020

Dear CCB Family, It is a powerful God we worship. One, as we see in today’s scripture, who can raise the dead and one who would go on to raise Himself. Yet this God, who can move mountains, cares for