CBC holds a major commitment to world missions. From our earliest days, we asked God to make us not only a supporting agency for the cause of world missions, but also a sending agency. The Lord has honored this request! Most of the missionary families we support call CBC their church home.

  • Short Term Trips

    Since we are such a "mission-minded" church, it's not surprising that each year we see a variety of CBC  short term mission trips take place around the globe--both from adult and teenage volunteers. Our goal in this is never to go for our own sakes (like a vacation), but rather to connect with a local church or missionary and assist them as best we can according to their stated needs (rather than what we might think they need). Some of our recent mission work has been in conjunction with ministries in these locations:

    • Kingston, Jamaica (Caribbean Christian Center for the Deaf, intermittently from 1994-present)
    • Costa Rica (intermittently from 1996-present)
    • Athens, Greece (2018, 2020)
    • Numerous locations in Asia, Africa and South America via Wycliffe Bible Translators (e.g. teaching ESL each summer)
    • Various locations around the US (e.g. West Virginia, Arkansas, Mississippi, to name a few)
  • Clarkston Youth Outreach

    About once a month our middle and high schoolers venture over to Clarkston to minister to refugee families, especially children. Why? Because the Lord has literally brought the nations to our back yard! Did you know that Clarkston, GA, was dubbed by Time Magazine as the most diverse square mile in the United States? According to Global Frontier Missions, "People from many different countries (145) and ethnic groups (761) live in Clarkston and NE Atlanta, including Nepalis, Cambodians, Iranians, Somalis, Burmese, Bhutanese, Sudanese, Laotians, Indonesians, etc. The majority of these are refugees who have had to flee for their lives from their own countries and have been invited by the United Nations and US government to be here legally. Clarkston provides an amazing opportunity to present the gospel to those that have never even heard the name of Christ, all without the need for a passport!"

  • Good News Club @ Camp Creek Elementary

    Good News Club runs from September to May. After a break for the summer it is starting back up on September 5th and will run until mid-November.

    The Good News Club is a Christian after school program at Camp Creek Elementary that meets at the school from 3:30-5:00pm every Tuesday. A mandatory training and online form is required for new workers.  More information can be found at cefofga.comSee Pastor Peter for details.