Missions at CCBC

Mission Opportunities

We believe that we learn most about our God, ourselves and our world by participating in the work He has called us to do. It is our continuing prayer that our local Kingdom Outpost, the people of CCBC, will be led by the Holy Spirit to participate in missions in some way for the glory of Christ and for their spiritual growth and blessing.

As an aid to thinking about how Christ-followers can be more involved in mission work we’ve categorized them in three ways: Neighborhood and Workplace Missions, Community Missions, and International Missions. This also helps to make clear how well our joint efforts are balanced across the differing spectrums of the mission field the Lord has placed before us as a church.

Finally, we work to ensure that we are addressing those groups that Scripture seems to teach have a special place in the heart of our Lord. Broadly speaking those groups are the poor, orphans, widows (single moms), prisoners, and the lost.

Our hope is that everyone can (and will) identify, and participate in an area that our Father has given them a heart for and at a level that aids their spiritual growth while challenging their comfort level, at least a little bit. To that end, we continue to work to identify “easy on-ramp” opportunities, as well as, more complex ones.
Supported Missions and Ministries
We believe that Scripture teaches the Lord’s people participate in the advancement of His Kingdom through prayer, action and giving. Corporately Christ Community Baptist Church seeks to be faithful to this mandate by running, participating in, and/or financially partnering with the missions and ministries below.

Neighborhoods and Workplaces

Vacation Bible School

Children entering Kindergarten-6th grade are invited to attend.

There are also preschool class and nursery available for families of VBS volunteers.

You can expect a week full of faith discoveries, memorable music and epic adventures that help kids grow in friendship with Jesus!

VBS is a community outreach event designed to welcome kids and their families to a week not only of faith-building, but also to become acquainted with our CCBC family.

Trunk or Treat

Trunk-or-Treat 2023 is scheduled for Friday, October 27 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Dress in your Halloween costumes, bring your appetite and be ready to enjoy an exciting and hopefully rain-free evening of fun with your family.  Please join us for:

FOOD – hot dogs, chips, cotton candy, popcorn

FUN – bouncy houses, horseback rides, dunk tank, photo booth, candy guessing jars, pumpkin give away & door prizes

FELLOWSHIP – a special time with your neighbors and friends to enjoy each others’ company and collect those all-important sugary treats to take home.

Trunk-or-Treat is family-friendly, community outreach event designed to meet and welcome our neighbors here in Puyallup. 
Community Mission and Ministries
Christ Community Church partners with CareNet locally to support women in crisis pregnancy. They provide life-saving options for unborn children and support to the mothers through the love of Christ. We are so thankful to partner with them in this front-line ministry to our community.
Olive Crest
Olive Crest partners with Christ Community Church in the beautifully messy work of caring for vulnerable children by supporting foster families, birth families and the children loved by both. Their visitation program is growing by leaps and bounds, as they continue to serve in Pierce, Kitsap, Thurston and King Counties. 
Kairos Prison Ministry International
The mission of Kairos Prison Ministry is to share the transforming love and forgiveness of Jesus Christ
to impact the hearts and lives of incarcerated men, women and youth, as well as their families,
to become loving and productive citizens of their communities. ” I was in prison and you visited me” –Matthew 25:36
New Hope Resource Center
New Hope Resource Center is a ministry under Homeward Bound in Puyallup, a 501c3 dedicated to being a catalyst in the community, providing awareness about homeless issues, and administrative services for ministries that help the homeless.
Cornerstone Respite Center

Cornerstone Respite strives to provide respite care for medically stable homeless individuals who have been released from the hospital or the ER and who would benefit from additional time indoors, with basic care, to enhance their recovery outcomes.

Weather Emergency Shelter and Outreach

CCBC works with a network of local churches to provide winter shelter to the homeless whenever the county declares an emergency due to freezing temperatures. When a summer heat emergency is declared we work with the same group to distribute water and electrolytes.

Common Thread

This group of CCBC sewing and quilting enthusiasts work to provide items needed by CareNet, Olive Crest and various homeless missions.

Mission Aviation Fellowship

Chad and Jamie Dimon are MAF missionaries in Lesotho, a mountainous country surrounded by South Africa. They help provide accessibility to people in remote locations through the use of small aircraft, making it possible to provide physical and spiritual support. Jamie is a former member of CCBC.

Trinity Aviation
Trinity Aviation Academy was founded for one purpose: to provide an environment where exceptional missionary pilots/mechanics are trained, developed and sent out into the Mission Field to competently and professionally do the job God has called them to do. 
Kristi Tenclay
NAB has been working in the country of Cameroon since the 1930’s. We helped birth the Cameroon Baptist Convention that now has over 1,000 churches, two seminaries, 68 primary schools and six hospitals, along with 52 health centers. The primary focus of our work with the CBC is in advanced Medical training, Theological Education and Missionary Children Education.

Lone Star Church Nellore, AP, India

Post-COVID and new government regulations we are working to reestablish short-term missions trips to minister to adults and children in the rural villages surrounding Nellore with Lone Star Church.

Restoration Ministries, Brazil

We have a vision to impact the world for Jesus Christ as a gospel-based ministry to underprivileged children and their communities, which plants churches, develops and equips self-sustaining local church-based ministries by partnering and networking with churches, agencies, kindred ministries, and the marketplace.
About Missions at CCBC

The Holy Spirit ordains God’s servants and the work they are to do. Our committee’s task is to cooperate with Him by helping those whom He calls to the work of evangelism.

While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” Then after fasting and praying they laid their hands on them and sent them off. Acts 13:2-3.


To see our brothers and sisters become so passionate about God’s heart for the lost, and His Great Commission, that we take an active interest in outreach ministries locally, nationally and


To provide ongoing leadership for our entire congregation by serving as a driving force for promoting participation in outreach both here and internationally as is consistent with our church’s resources and strategic objectives.