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Commit To A Worshiping Community

Commitment to the Fit Four - loving God with our heart, soul, mind and strength - is essential to the Christian life.  Whether in the classroom, on the field, in chapel, or any other activity, you are encouraged and equipped with spiritual disciplines that encompass all aspects of your life. Growing together in ways that encourage and strengthen spiritual disciplines will bless you for the rest of your life.

Chapel, Vespers, and Healthy Biblical Communities are all facets of a well-rounded Spiritual Formation plan tailored to the student body of Central Christian College.  For more detailed information please see the Spiritual Formation Guidelines.

Community Worship and Teaching: 
We gather as a community two times a week.  To view the schedule, videos or for more information click above.

Small Group Ministry: 
HBC (Healthy Biblical Community) is our small group ministry.  For more information click above.

Student Led Worship: 
Vespers is a student led Sunday service organized by the Student Body Chaplain.  For more information click above.

Justin Mourn, M.Div 
Director of Spiritual Formation &
Experiential Learning
(620)241-0723 x 315
Email Pastor Justin

"Concerned with the heart, body, soul and mind of each student,  the Spiritual Formation program cycles through C.O.R.E values (C-commit to a worshiping community, O-open yourself to the life changing work of the Gospel, R-remember and care for the lost and hurting, E-expect God to move when we pray).  This year's focus centers on the importance of being connected to God and to others as an imperative part of a healthy and balanced life."


 Austin Penn

Student Body Chaplain

Contact: Austin

Austin is in charge of the Vespers program as well as guiding CCC students in their faith journey. Come on Sunday evenings at 7:30 at The Warehouse to see Austin as he leads his fellow classmates.


Megan Wagner

VP of R:58

Contact: Megan

Megan is in charge of the student ministry group called Resolution 58. Megan gives the students at CCC numerous opportunities to serve as she plans numerous events throughout the year as well as responds to invitations and needs in our area.