Our service to others is an excellent means of showing our praise or applying what we have learned through our exposure to the Word of God. Christian Service
is our avenue of providing specific spiritual ministry through a local church, organized CCC activity, or individual/group effort. To encourage the timid and
to assist those who desire to be involved but who need motivation, the College wants every student to participate in at least two Christian Service activities
each month. These can be served through the local church they attend. However, the College sponsors several activities unique to us. Current service
opportunities are listed below, but new ones are developed regularly as students are burdened about particular people groups and community needs. Many
of our organized activities started from individual or group efforts.
No one is expected to pursue this venture alone. Advanced preparation and mentoring are vitally connected to each endeavor. Christian Service opportunities are
distinguished from community service ones in that their unique intent is to evangelize the unsaved and edify believers. Students at Clearwater Christian
College are encouraged to participate in community service activities through their Greeks. These also serve as a means to help the community and can
create evangelistic opportunities.
Child Evangelism Fellowship
English as a Second Language
Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranch
Hope Children's Home
MacArthur Park Joy Club
Ross Norton Park Joy Club
Sabal Palms Nursing Home
Seminole Nursing Pavilion Nursing Home
Tierra Pines Nursing Home
I chose CCC because of the Christian environment. I also really liked that CCC is a smaller school. I feel like I do not get lost in a crowd here, but instead I have the chance to really get to know people and form relationships. As a transfer student from another Christian college, I see that CCC is different. The biggest difference is the professors. At my other school I did not get to know the professors, but here at CCC, the professors are always there for you when you need them and they really make an effort to get to know you. As a member of Joy Club, a service organization at CCC, I am able to go and spend some time with kids who just need someone to hang out with them, and it is amazing. I love the opportunity to go and just spread the love that God has given me to these kids.