Called to serve and lead

God has called men to be both leaders—in families, churches, and society—and servants. Our most recent men's retreat focused on understanding our role as servants of God first. It's not an easy calling. 

That's why we consistently come together to study how to serve and how to live. We do this through weekly Bible studies, one-on-one relationships, and group gathering (usually with lots of food!). 

Pastor Matt Dotson currently leads our men's ministry, with assistance from Pablo Wenceslao. To inquire about opportunities to serve or learn, contact

Bible Study

God's Word is central to everything we do at CCF. So it's important that we spend time reading, studying, praying, and talking about it. 

Our men's Bible study currently meets on Thursday evenings at 6:30 in the CCF library. Contact to learn more. 


We love the Lord, we love food, and we love to be together. Sometimes we gather to do all three at once. It might be a men's breakfast early Saturday morning with a chance to hear the testimony of one of our brothers in Christ, or it might be a spontaneous barbecue at one of our Bible studies. But we rarely pass up the chance to break bread (and meat) together. 


"Now to each one the manifestation of the Spirit is given for the common good." (1 Cor. 12:7) We all have gifts, and it is good to put them to use. That may mean helping people with moving, construction projects, teaching, or any number of other things. Serving others is one of the ways we serve God. 


Every so often it is good to step away from our day-to-day lives so that we can be renewed in spirit and vigor by spending time focused more closely on God. Our men's retreats are a way we can do that. Focused prayer, study, and fellowship with other men is important to our continued growth.