Our regular Sunday School classes are suspended from June 1-July 31, 2024.

We will resume all Sunday School classes on Sunday, August 4, 2024. 

There are nearly fifty "one another" commands in Scripture. The "one another" aspect of Christian living in the local church is supremely important. As a church, we seek to facilitate ministries by which we can better "encourage one another" and seek "to love one another." 

The gospel heals us of our sinful propensity to show preferential treatment to select believers (James 2:8–13). When we remember that we have been made the recipients of God’s grace by virtue of the sacrificial death of Jesus, we will want to extend grace to other believers. When we acknowledge that Jesus died for us when we were completely unlovely and unlike Him (Rom. 5:6–11) in order to reconcile us to God through His atoning and wrath-propitiating death for our sin, we will be eager to welcome all “for whom Christ died” (Rom. 14:15). When we call to mind the fact that “Christ did not please himself” but rather took on Himself the reproaches with which we reproached God (Rom. 15:3), we will be zealous to bear with the weaknesses and failings of others for their good.

The welcome that we have received from Christ is a welcome that loves, forgives, edifies, and builds up. May God give us grace to welcome all other believers, since He has welcomed us in fellowship with Himself by Christ’s sacrificial death on the cross.

There are three primary ways you can get connected with others in this local church:

1. Sunday Worship. This is the principle way that the members of the church grow together. Weekly worship on the Lord's day is way for the body to be together, giving God glory and caring for one another. 

2. Weekly Gatherings. These include women's bible study, men's breakfast and study, joint youth events, small groups, and other special gatherings. Please visit the other links on our site that will give you more information about each of these mid-week gatherings. 

3. One-on-One. We have a warm and active congregation of men, women, boys, and girls who love to welcome others into their lives. Building loving relationships that last is part of the joy of being knit together with other believers in the same local church. 

Let us know if you would like more information about how to get plugged into the covenant community at Church Creek PCA.

"Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near." (Hebrews 10:23-25)