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Here you will find information pertaining to the Ceremonies CCCF host. If interested please click for an application and someone will contact you shortly regarding your request. We look forward to hosting your next Ceremony.....

Holy Matrimony 


According to the scripture, man (male) is to leave his father and his mother and cleave to his wife (female) and they become one flesh. Marriage is an institute ordained by God and is not by any to be entered into unadvisedly or lightly, but reverently, discreetly, advisedly, and in the fear of God. This service is open to all members of CCCF upon request with the restriction that arranged Biblical instructions be performed. The couple prepares and rehears their planned ceremony, which must be approved by the Church board when using Church facilities. It is the couple’s responsibility to obtain a marriage license from the state’s vital records. On the wedding day the Pastor or an Ordained Elder will conduct the ceremony.
(Must Complete an Application)



Also known as infant or child dedication, is performed at the request of the parent(s) whether a single parent or married couple. It is the blessing and dedicating of the infant or child to God, with the parent(s) and the extended persons making a vow to help raise the child in the knowledge of Christ and to encourage the child to receive Christian training and guidance. The Pastor gives instructions to the extended persons concerning their participation in the child’s life spiritually and naturally.

(Must Complete an Application)

The Church is made available for use to celebrate the life of it’s members who have passed on from one side of consciousness to the other. The Pastor and members gather in strength and faith to be in support of those left behind. The purpose of the service is not to exalt the deceased but to glorify God who creates and receives us. The Pastor and the congregation make themselves available to the family to participate in the services if needed.

(Must Complete an Application)

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