Are You Interested in Becoming a Member?
If you are, we will ask just one thing of you. But we will ask it in four different ways. We will ask you to COMMIT!
1) Commit to attend. As a vital part of CBC it is important that members attend worship services as faithfully as possible.
2) Commit to Discover. A number of opportunities are provided during the course of the year for you to meet the Pastors, elders, directors and other ministry leaders in a more informal setting. It may be at one of our monthly fellowships, after a Sunday evening Bible study, at a ministry volunteer meeting or possibly even during a CBC workday. Regardless, each of these gives the occasion for you to get to know CBC and its leadership. Even more importantly, it will provide you with the chance to become familiar with the heart of our ministry and our people. In addition, on Sunday mornings we offer various classes, for all ages. They are designed to provide spiritual enrichment and help you to develop meaningful relationships. We invite you to “plug in” and discover CBC today!”
3) Commit to Grow. It is important that CBC members be continually growing in their relationship with the Lord. Growth is a sign of life. Growth means increasing our knowledge in God’s Word, which leads to continual spiritual development. So that we might worship sincerely, grow spiritually, pray fervently and serve passionately. PM Bible studies for adults and youth help to facilitate this.
4) Commit to Give. We make no apologies for asking CBC members to give of their tithes and talents. We rely on these two things to keep the ministries and outreaches at CBC going on a daily, weekly and yearly basis.
Here are the simple steps to take.
Step 1: Contact the church office to request a copy of the CBC Constitution. Click here to send an email.
Step 2: Schedule an appointment to meet with Victor and elders. Click here to send an email.
Step 3: At the meeting share your personal testimony of your relationship with Christ. You may also use this time to ask any questions you may have regarding CBC.
Step 4: Upon recommendation from the elders you will be fellowshipped (welcomed) into membership and introduced to the congregation on the next available Sunday.
What are the privileges of membership at CBC?
Membership in CBC conveys:
- The right to vote during official church meetings.
- Voting privileges concerning the election of pastors, elders, deacons and additional officers of the church.
- Voting privileges concerning the annual church budget and the purchase, conveyance, exchange, lease, mortgage, encumberance of real property held by the church.
- Voting privileges concerning amending the church constitution or dissolution of CBC and distribution of its assets.
- The right to a voice during church meetings (to express opinions, perspectives and questions).
- The right to learn, grow, give and serve in the Body of Christ, with the encouragement, assistance and support of the CBC leadership.