Women's Lunch




When: Tuesdays @ 11:30 (various restaurants in Yukon) check calendar on home page for locations


Age: Women of all ages


No agenda other than enjoying conversation with other ladies around the lunch table.

P.A.L.S. (praying and loving sisters)


Wednesday Evenings @ 6:30 in CCY North Building


PALS, a small group of women of varying ages, stands for Praying And Loving

Sisters. We are committed to  building a supportive environment where each

member can grow towards spiritual maturity, according to the Word of God. We

are also dedicated to providing a safe environment where members can grow

together in fellowship, being encouraged in their daily walk. The following two

passages provide a scriptural foundation for this ministry.


1 Thessalonians 5:11

 “Therefore encourage one another and build  up one another, just as you  also are doing.”


  ~Galatians 6:2

 “Bear one another’s burdens, and thereby fulfill the law of Christ.”


Our Goals:


1. Create a spiritually and emotionally safe environment.

2. Create a positive environment where people want to come to be encouraged.

3. Support one another in prayer.

4. Apply Bible truth to our lives.

5. Equip each member to go out and minister the gospel.




Our Objectives:


1. Maintain a safe environment by limiting drama and ensuring confidentiality.

2. Keep meetings light hearted and fun even as we tackle tough subjects.

3. Create an atmosphere where participants feel safe bringing up prayer requests and then

encourage members to pray for one another.

4. Develop close, personal relationships within the group.

5. Engage in Bible discussion that encourages us to grow in knowledge of scripture and helps us apply it to our lives so we can grow into mature Christians.



Men's Breakfast


Led by: John Miller


When: Tuesdays 6:30-7:30am


Where: Gym Building


Age: Men of all ages


Join us for breakfast, a time of prayer and discussion of a Christian book or book of the Bible.

Mens Lunch




When: Tuesdays @ 11:30 (various restaurants in Yukon) check calendar on home page for locations


Age: Men of all ages


No agenda other than enjoying conversation with other guys around the lunch table.

Mens Golf


Led by: Joe Quickel


Age: Men of all ages


Often a foursome or more get together once a week (different days). The competition is never the focus, having a good time is! You are welcome to join. Call Joe Quickel, 641-9004





CCY Care Groups are small gatherings (3-20 people) that meet weekly for fellowship, prayer and often Bible study, but the overall emphasis is always on CARING for one another.  The best way to not get lost as “just another number” in a growing church is to plug in to one of these groups where brothers and sisters in Christ keep track of one another.  They meet on different days at different times and in different places.

Parrett Care Group


Leaders: Clay and Jenny Parrett


Our group is a discussion style bible study. We share a meal together at 5 pm then a time of study, discussion, and prayer.


Time: Sundays

Place: CCY South Building


Age Group: All families

Childcare provided! (we have two high school girls who watch our kids while we meet, we pitch in a few dollars each week to pay them)

The Rasmussen Group


Leaders: Ron & Jenny Rasmussen


Our group is a discussion style. Each week we have a time of prayer

and study followed by dessert.


Time: Thursdays 7-8:30 pm


Place Ron & Jenny's Home @ 1204 Excalibur Court, Yukon


Age Group: 40's - plus

No Childcare provided



A Seniors Alternative to CCY's Care Groups. Includes Hymn Singing, Prayer Groups, and  a Bible Lesson.


Thursdays 10:30-11:30 am in CCY Celebrity Room


We have a small lunch following for only $1 per person





Various facilitators each week

Various homes each week (call office for location)


Time: Sundays 5-7:30 pm


Age group: Mid-age

No childcare provided



Young Couples


Various facilitators each week


Location: CCY Library

Time:3rd Saturday of the month 5-7:00 pm


Age group: 20's & 30's

Kid friendly



Are Care Groups Biblical?

In the book of Acts, Luke records the tremendous growth of the first church in Jerusalem. Small groups meeting in homes were the foundation of the early church. Acts 5:42 tells us that the people met "in the temple courts" (large group worship) and "from house to house" (small group fellowship). Jesus did much of his ministry in homes (Matthew 8:14). Early Christians continued to meet in small groups for fellowship, study and discipleship.

Why are Care Groups important at Christ's Church?

In a church with many members and attendees, it is often easy to feel unconnected and anonymous. Care Groups provide a place for people to connect and form relationships that help give life and vitality to their experience in the church family.


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