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Neighborhood Groups - Sign ups begin this weekend! (Adults) Neighborhood Groups - Sign ups begin this weekend!
Neighborhood Groups start back up the week of August 17 and sign ups begin this coming weekend August 2-3 for the next three weekends! Please visit us at our Neighborhood Group info table in front of the sound booth. We will have all of our info for current Neighborhood Group meetings and locations and you can connect with our District Pastors before and after services.

Sign Up Today (Adults) Sign Up Today

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Dienen in Österreich (Serving in Austria) (Missions) Dienen in Österreich (Serving in Austria)
In June, CCoF sent a team of six to serve at Haus Edelweiss outside of Vienna. A ministry of TCM International, our team did a great job with a variety of tasks, all designed to keep the Haus running smoothly while international students are there attending Bible classes.

Here’s what some of the participants had to say:

imageAustria - What a great experience! We were able to serve students from eastern European countries and the Middle East with members from our church and the larger Christian community from all over the U.S. It is was so cool to be able to take the time out of my normal everyday life, with the mindset of complete service. I was chosen for the kitchen crew to assist in cooking 3 meals a day for 82 people. It was great to see how a group of strangers the first day learned how to work together and become good friends after a couple of weeks of service.

One of the highlights for me, was the opportunity I had to be asked to lead worship along with a worship leader from Romania. Hearing songs in 4 different languages at the same time on Pentecost Sunday was an experience I’ll never forget. Communion was led in Romanian, but it didn’t seem to make any difference. We were all one body.

It’s always tough leaving family behind for a couple of weeks, but knowing it was to serve others in the name of Christ made it all worthwhile. I urge people to take the time to serve on a mission trip and connect with others from around the world. It is an experience that everyone should share and no one can forget.
—Steve E.

imageI loved Austria! It is such a beautiful country with churches, abbeys, or monasteries practically on every corner. It has an incredibly rich Christian heritage. Haus Edelweiss is just down the valley from Heiligen Kreuz, a very old monastery which has been singing daily vespers since the 1100s. It is just beautiful. Overall I was very impressed with TCM. I could not believe all of the churches in Europe as a result of their students.
—Jane R.

imageThe biggest impact of TMCI is always from the students. We can always talk about the beautiful facility or the jobs that were performed to help keep the ministry going, but what it all boils down to is the people we are there to serve.

It is really encouraging and exciting to hear of the ways that the Gospel is being shared with so many people around the world through the students who are studying at TCM. The students glow with the love of God shining in their eyes and their love of God and for His mission radiates through their lives. While God has given each one a vision for their ministry that is unique, they are passionately pursuing their vision for reaching souls for Christ while equipping themselves with the tools needed by getting a Masters degree from an American accredited program. This degree is highly respected all over Europe and opens many doors for the gospel in their country that would otherwise not be possible.
—Dave & Val G.

Click here for information about joining a team to Austria in 2015!
If you have a student going to camp this is all the info you will need to know! Middle School UCYC Camp is July 24-28.

Your student will need to be at CCoF West Campus at 7:15am on Thursday, July 24. You can expect us back to CCoF West Campus around 1-1:30pm on Monday, July 28 (ONLY breakfast will be provided on Monday). If you have not filled out the Medical Release form through UCYC please fill that out as soon as you can.

For the week of UCYC here is the packing list:
What to BRING:
• Bible
• notebook/pens & pencils
• clothes for Thursday to Monday
• sleeping bag, pillow
• sunscreen, sunglasses
• personal toiletries
• Bathing Suit (one-piece for girls only)
• prescription medication & any over-the-counter medication you may need
• spending money that your student may need for snacks or UCYC fun stuff
• towel, washcloth, and extra towel

What NOT to BRING:
• Alcohol, cigarettes, drugs, etc
• CD players, iPods, TV’s, etc
• Refrigerators or air-conditioners
• Short Shorts
• Sagging Pants
• Bikinis
• Miniskirts
• Spaghetti Straps
• Low Cut Tops

Here is a typical day that your student will experience:
• Breakfast
• Morning Session
• Quiet Time/ Small Groups
• Color Team Competitions
• Lunch
• Recreation
• Dinner
• Evening Session
• Church Groups
• Late Night

Your student will need to plan on being on any of the four color teams – red, blue, green or yellow. There are also “Holiday” Dress up days they can participate in.
Here is the list of days:
• Day 2 Color Day
• Day 3 Mom Hat Day
• Day 4 Crazy Day (crazy clothing, hair, ect.)

If you have any more questions or concerns please contact Garrett Cundiff or Kelsey Hartzler!
New Pathways class on Missions (Missions) New Pathways class on Missions
Come help us kick off this new Pathways class that’s sure to ignite your interest in missions! This new class will be held along with the other Pathways classes on Sunday, July 20 from 1:00-3:30, with lunch being provided. What a fun way to learn more about missions and CCoF’s role in carrying out the Great Commission!

Taking this class will increase your awareness of God’s heart for the nations, and how His Gospel is being taken to the ends of the earth, both now and since the book of Acts. We’ll explore the Biblical mandate for missions, the historical perspective, and the “unfinished task”. The class will also introduce you to the missions program at CCoF, the partners we support, and opportunities for engagement.

Please register during this coming weekend’s services using the bulletin insert, or send an email to the Director of Missions by Friday, July 18. Hope to see you there!
Back to School Fair (Community Feed) Back to School Fair
The Flagstaff Family Food Center is having a Back to School Fair to provide backpacks and school supplies for Preschool to High School age students needing assistance!
If you are in need of supplies, they can be picked up Saturday, July 19 from 10am to 1pm at the Flagstaff Family Food Center on 1903 N Second St. (Children must be accompanied by parents to receive supplies.)

Help a Child in Need of Supplies:
If you would like to donate supplies for the Back to School Fair, please drop off these items to CCoF Weekend Services July 12 & 13 or to the CCoF Front Office (M-F, 9am-5pm) by July 17:

Colored Pencils
#2 Mechanical Pencils
Glue Sticks
12 in. Flexible Ruler
Loose leaf paper (150 sheet wide or college rule)
Composition notebook
Folders with pockets
Backpacks for older students
Check out these upcoming mission trips! (Missions) Check out these upcoming mission trips!
There are two great opportunities remaining this year for you to serve on a short-term mission trip! You can register for either trip, as well as see what trips have already been scheduled for 2015, by clicking here.

September 27: Stretch yourself!
imageJoin others from CCoF to bring love, hope, and encouragement to the street people of Winslow. The goal of this 1-day trip is to obey Christ’s command to love one another by showering blessings on those who find it difficult to break patterns and addictions, and find themselves living off the streets. Individuals who have a heart for serving the less fortunate are needed to help us prepare and serve a hearty breakfast and make our guests feel honored and welcomed through conversation and prayer. If you can lead singing, play guitar, share your testimony or give a brief imagedevotion, cut hair, or give manicures or pedicures, we need you!

The ministry we’re partnering with has been working with Winslow’s street people for ten years, and has gained their trust and respect. The transparency and openness of the street people may surprise you, as will their stories. We want to respectfully show the love of Christ to these individuals through tangible means as well as fellowship.

Team size is limited, and you must register by September 19. Come bring hope and allow Jesus’s light to shine through you in Winslow! Cost for this trip is only $10 per person/maximum $25 per family.

November 7-9: A different camp experience
imageA great way for families, neighborhood groups or individuals to have a weekend of fun, great fellowship and service to our partners in Christ, is to join us as we serve at the United Christian Youth Camp in Prescott. We team up with the staff of UCYC to spruce up the camp and do whatever needs doing: landscaping, clean-up, painting, building repair, or light construction. We have a need for skilled tradesmen, but there are plentiful opportunities for non-skilled people of all ages. This is a family-friendly trip, and if you can’t come for the entire 3 days, no problem – come and serve when you can.

imageUCYC provides the food and housing, all we do is bring a smile, a willingness to work, and a servant’s heart. And did we mention we’ll also have time to participate in some of the camp’s fun recreational activities!

What a tremendous opportunity for adults, youth, and children to work shoulder-to-shoulder and give back to an organization that has always provided a wonderful Christian camp experience for so many of our kids! Cost for this trip is only $10 per person/maximum $25 per family, and you must register by October 31.
Young Adult Global Gathering 2015 (Students) Young Adult Global Gathering 2015
Today is a day of connection. Our world has been officially globalized and in many ways people across the world are far more connected to each other than was ever possible 25 years ago. With the internet, pop-culture, social media, Skype, cell phones, and even video games we are experiencing a time of global consciousness.

So how does that change us? How can a Christian take hold of this opportunity? What would it look like to make a real, global impact? Thanks to one of our missions partners we have a chance to be a part of something they are trying to address these kinds of questions.

For almost 30 years CCoF has partnered with Amor Ministries to reach out and build homes for people a world away from us. Now they are offering something new and it is very exciting: “The Global Gathering.” An 8 day long experience where students will get the chance to collaborate together in learning and developing ways to tackle global issues. Poverty, human trafficking, and sustainable technology are some examples of topics. During the day we will get the opportunity to engage in local outreach, sports outreach, healing in the streets(what!?,) evangelism, and community health outreach. In the evening there will be a conference session involving time in the Bible, worship, and discussion.

We are inviting a handful of young people from ages 15-25 to consider joining us for this Global Gathering that will take place in YUCATAN, MEXICO on January 3-10, 2015. Please click here for their official site and please contact Garrett Shelp if you or anyone you know would like to be step up for this opportunity of global proportions.

Garrett Shelp
Student Ministry Pastor

Register Before July 15! (Adults) Register Before July 15!

Curious about what the Global Leadership Summit is?

The Summit is a world-class experience for leaders who want to become better leaders. Everybody has influence and the responsibility to lead well. When cultivated in a culture of Christ-centered leadership, your influence can change lives and the organizations in which you lead. Leaders worldwide leverage the Summit to sharpen their skills and to unleash the full potential of their teams. Join more than 190,000 leaders around the world at The Global Leadership Summit 2014.

Check out this year’s line-up for Summit 2014 to see who will be speaking or watch these videos to get a taste of what the Summit is all about!

Register by July 15 to receive the early bird discount of just $79. (After July 15 the price will increase to $109.)
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Hero Weekend at CCoF: June 28/29 (Adults) Hero Weekend at CCoF: June 28/29
Honoring our Public Safety Officers and their Families—
A celebration of Faith, Family, and Community

We would like to honor and thank our Public Safety Officers on a special weekend called “Hero Weekend”. Join us as we thank our police officers, fire men, and first responders for their dedication to serve our community. We will take time out of each weekend service on June 28 & 29 and host a cookout after each service to honor these heroes - everyone is invited!

Please be sure to invite any Public Safety Officers you know…share this on Facebook, hang the inserts from your bulletins, etc - we want our first responder community in Northern Arizona to be outrageously blessed!
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