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Connecting from Home

Church services may look a little different for a while, but we want to continue exploring faith together, growing together, and making a difference throughout our community during this time.

New to Clear Creek? First, get connected by filling out our guest information form, then find more resources below to engage throughout the week.

Wednesdays at Home

A mid-week opportunity to stay connected online with our pastors to receive mid-week scriptural encouragement, prayer, and updates on how we are responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Online Small Groups

During this time of social distancing, we feel the need for community more than ever. Click below if you’re interested in joining a small group or find helpful resources for small group leaders.

Clear Creek Resources

Enjoy a variety of articles, podcasts, music, and more throughout your week.

How You Can Love Your Neighbors

Slow community spread of the virus by following recommended precautions.

The people of Clear Creek Community Church are committed to love our neighbors through this global pandemic. We are committed to honoring the stay-at-home order as a way of loving our neighbors and limiting the spread of the virus. In addition, there are ways we can love our neighbors from inside our homes and in responsible and approved ways outside our homes.

Be a Neighbor

Consider how to creatively serve within your circles of influence, like reaching out to the elderly within your HOA/Apartment complex or supporting families who have to work but have school-aged children at home. Here are some creative ideas others are doing to get you started.

Support Partners

Clear Creek’s Go Local Partners will continue serving our community. There are many ways you can volunteer to assist them in their efforts.

Pray Consistently

Actively pray for your neighbors. Try using this Guide to Prayer Walking.

Share Your Story

Share your stories with us so we can encourage others as we love our neighbors during this season.