See all of the different Care Ministry groups that are a part of Centerville Community. You'll find groups for Prayer, Grief Share, Divorce Care, Financial Peace, and more.

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care portal

Care portal creates connections within the Circle of Care around the isolated child. Families, churches, and communities are brought together to create a healthy approach to caring for kids. Because EVERY kid matters! Contact the church office for more information.


Become a child champion

ONe Child

One Child helps children in poverty reach their full potential and discover hope. They meet basic needs, help children recognize their strengths and encourage them to overcome the challenges they face. They help them build resilience in the face of hardship and develop life skills so that they will become the teachers, policemen, doctors, and leaders who will transform their communities. Partner with One Child and the Christian & Missionary Alliance to bring hope to children in the Dominican Republic. Every child in poverty needs a champion. Be one today.


Divorce Care

Divorce Care is a safe place where caring people come alongside you as you find healing from the pain of separation or divorce. At this 13-week, video-based support group program, you’ll find helpful counsel to manage the emotional turmoil and practical tools for decision-making. At Divorce Care, our leaders understand how you’re feeling and what you’re struggling with. Everyone’s story is different, and you’ll be accepted right where you are, in a safe place.


financial peace university

Financial coaching is all about you. It’s about understanding your current situation and developing a custom plan to help you win with money. Whether you’re burdened by debt, need help with big money goals, or just want to get on the same page with your spouse, a trained coach will walk with you as you make real progress with your finances.



Grief Share is a friendly, caring group of people who will walk alongside you through one of life’s most difficult experiences. You don’t have to go through the grieving process alone. Grief Share classes and support groups at Centerville Community are led by people who understand what you are going through and want to help. You’ll gain access to valuable Grief Share resources to help you recover from your loss and look forward to rebuilding your life.


meal train

Meal Train simplifies the organization of meal giving around significant life events. Our meal train is rooted in the idea that a meal is a symbolic gesture of God’s love as we help one another in time of need. We want to show we care, reduce a burden, and bless families and/or individuals with a short-term (3-5 day) meal train. If you would like to be added to the Meal Train as a giver or know someone that is need of a meal train, please contact the office.



We are rooted in prayer and called to lift one another up in prayer. Prayer is as essential to the church as breathing is to life. Our desire is to encourage one another with prayer, both corporately as a church and in our daily walk with Christ. While prayer is a part of every ministry at CCC we have two ongoing prayer group opportunities for you to be a part of. Tuesday Morning prayer group from 9:30am-11:00 am and 1st Tuesday of each Month Men’s Prayer gathering at 6:00 am-7:00 am. If you have a personal prayer request you would like our prayer team to pray over, please contact the office. Also, if you have a prayer request you would like to keep confidential with the pastor you can reach him here.


prayer quilt ministry

Our prayer quilt ministry comes along side families dealing with short term and long-term illnesses, hospitalizations, and other needs to show compassion through the gifting of a prayed over quilt. The prayer quilt, made by CCC volunteers, is given on behalf of the church. This quilt is prayed over by CCC attendees at our weekend services and a knot is tied on the quilt reflecting each prayer.



We desire to walk alongside those in the hospital, ill at home, in hospice care, or shut-ins. We have a motto at CCC of “No lonely people”. Everyone is loved by God, and we want care for each person in a way that shows them God’s love! If you are in need of visitation, know someone that is, or would like to be a part of our visitation team, please contact the office.