Secret Sisters Program
Annual Missionary Tea
Women’s Bible Studies
For information on our current activities, check the Women’s Ministry bulletin board in the church narthex.
The highlight of our Men’s Ministry year is our Fall Retreat. Special events through the year include BBQs and game nights.
PEP 55+ (Seniors)
Our seniors are a group of dedicated, joyful adults. We are active in almost every area of church ministry and leadership. We also have fun together. We go to concerts, plays, have picnics and visit interesting places. On the last Sunday of each month we have a potluck meal or go to a restaurant together. If you are 55 or over, please join us! Pick up a PEP brochure in the information rack in the church narthex.
Worldwide outreach is a very important part of Cordova Neighborhood Church. Every year, in cooperation with the Christian & Missionary Alliance, we hold a world outreach conference. CNC also supports the Great Commission Fund which finances the ministries of C&MA missionaries. The C&MA has nearly 800 missionaries in 52 countries around the world. For more information about the Christian & Missionary Alliance and their work, go to www.cmalliance.com
“If you are wondering how to deepen your relationship with God and discover how to live as His disciple, one essential ingredient for spiritual growth is being involved in a small group ministry. Small groups come in all sorts of varieties, shapes and sizes from our Joyous Crafters group to Church History and Bible Studies. The majority of students who have developed a lasting commitment to Christ in our youth ministry have been in a small group.
A small group can help you grow in 3 ways in your relationship with God: (1) You grow by growing with others. (2) You learn about God’s word and how to apply it to your life. (3) You share your joys and struggles and pray about the challenges you’re facing in your life. When you’re in a small group, you soon discover helpful ideas about how to love and live for God in a more meaningful way.
Whatever the topic or specific design of a small group, small groups that succeed do a few important things: (1) They meet for a specific purpose. (2) They emphasize a high commitment in order to develop relationships and consistency. (3) Whatever is said in the group stays in the group; confidences are kept, not broken. And (4) they are balanced, flexible and meet the needs of the people in the group. Getting involved in a small group will help you deepen your friendship with God and others who want to do the same. John 13: 34-35″
Joey O’Connor Breaking Your Comfort Zones (53-53)
College / Young Adult
Our College/Career group meets Sundays, 6:00 to 9:00 PM at the
Cooley’s home at 11119 Concord River, Rancho Cordova.
We have a meal, some fun and a discussion on interesting topics. And then there are the special events, parties and trips we have. Join us!
To find out what’s happening and to stay connected visit our Facebook Page and our website.
College: Sundays from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at 11119 Concord River (dinner, games and Bible Study)
Leaders: Philip & Katherine Cooley
Middle School: Wednesdays @ 7:00 p.m. at the Church
Leaders: Beau & Rhonda deGraaf, Andy & Christy Rovensite and Student Leadership.
High School: Thursdays @ 7:00 p.m. at the Church
Leaders: Bryce Cooley, Andy Harmer, Aaron Clover and Student Leadership.
Our objective is to provide a welcoming environment for the kids for CNC, to make new friends and to bring Christ to children.
Our ministry for kids includes:
Nursery for infants and toddlers 6 weeks to 2 1/2 years
Sunday School Classes at 9:30 a.m. for age 2 1/2 through 5th grade
Kids’ Church at 11:00 a.m. on Sundays for age 2 1/2 through 5th grade
Extra activities throughout the year
Director Barbara Henderson, office[at]cnchurch.org
Neighborhood Meals is a free community meal that is served on the last Friday of every month from 5:30pm 6:30pm to feed people who are hungry. Volunteers from four Rancho Cordova churches provide the food, cook, serve and clean up.
Director Flora Maloney, office@CNChurch.org
The C.L.U.B. is a drop-in program for caregivers and socialization for seniors with memory loss and stroke victims. It is designed to give caregivers some much-needed time for themselves. For the participants, it is a social time in a safe, loving environment. Participants keep active physically and mentally through a variety of stimulating and fun activities. The C.L.U.B. is funded by Area 4 Agency on Aging.
C.L.U.B. is open Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:30 to 2:30 and Wednesdays. Suggested contribution is $30 per day.
Program Highlights are:
- Music and sing-alongs
- Snacks and lunch
- Craft projects for the community
- Short walks and exercise
- Intergenerational activites
The C.L.U.B. program is made possible through grants from Area 4 Agency on Aging, the City of Rancho Cordova and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans.
Contact Coordinator Flora Maloney for more information at 635-5147.