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Getting connected to a new church can be a challenge, especially if you have never been part of a church before or have just moved to the Daytona Beach area, leaving behind a tight-knit church family back home. We want you to get connected and feel at home here for the sake of our mission, so there are four steps we like to steer people toward to help:

1. Come to the Welcome Table

This is your Starting Point in finding out more about Christ Community Church on Sunday mornings. The ministry team can answer questions you might have about the church to point you toward groups or ministries to help you connect. If you're interested in getting connnected, fill out this online Connect Card.

2. Take the Discovery Class

The Discovery Class is our course for those exploring membership at Christ Community. It runs for six-weeks on consecutive Sunday mornings and covers everything from our doctrinal convictions to our vision & values and how the church is governed. This class is required if you want to become a member of the church, but even if you are not sure you want to take that step, it is an excellent way to learn more about our church and Christianity in general. We offer this course four times a year.

To RSVP for the next Discovery Class, click "I'm interested signing up for Discovery Class" on this online Connect Card.

3. Get in a Group

Small groups are a crucial aspect of our discipleship, because it is in and through small groups that Christians are able to encourage one another and be encouraged, hold one another accountable and be held accountable—in short, love and grow together. At Christ Community Church, Groups are central to our vision for discipleship, so we have a wide variety available located all over Volusia County. We find that people rarely feel genuinely connected to the church and cared for outside of a group of like-minded Christians to walk through life with. If you are interested in getting in a group, fill out this online Connect Card or you can check out our Community Groups page.

4. Serve in a Ministry

Finally, Eph. 4:16 says, "the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love" (ESV). We believe that a healthy, connected church sees all members contributing towards its mission. Furthermore, when believers serve together they feel the unity of Christ through the Holy Spirit and this develops a sense of ownership and belonging. It is never too early to serve. If there is a particular ministry or manner in which you feel led to serve, or if you'd simply like to find out where the needs are, you can fill out this Serving Inquiry Form or you can check out our Serving Opportunities Page.