Our desire is for everyone at COTC to give and receive appropriate care and to experience rich lives of prayer within the arenas of Individual, Communal, and Corporate settings. Our pursuit of the presence of God is tangibly on display when we experience these things together.
We all experience seasons in life where counseling can play a vital role in our growth and healing. To request counseling referrals or to learn more about receiving assistance with your counselor fee, please email [email protected].
One of the core foundations of the Christian life as well as COTC’s first pursuit is the Presence of God. We think every Christian should engage in nearness with God through regular times of prayer. For a couple simple options, do an internet search for “prayer of examen” or check out our Formation Journals and COTC Dailies.
The primary place to give and receive care at COTC is within the context of Community Groups. We recommend connecting with a Community Group to be known and to know others before the need arises. Based on availability, we host temporary groups for specific healing called Restore Small Groups.
In our various groups, we strive for spiritually rich relationships, genuine connections, and a more compassionate/spiritually-healthy family of faith. We also have opportunities to receive prayer at the end of each service on Sundays. If you’re interested in joining the team, fill out our form at the “Community Groups & Teams” button below.
If you or someone you know is in need of assistance, please reach out to our team at [email protected].
All of our gatherings function with a reliance on prayer. From Sunday services to special events, we seek to model and participate in various forms of prayer. To engage in this practice more deeply, we highly encourage everyone to participate in our Agape Feasts.
In the midst of a busy and noisy world, the act of slowing down and remembering the faithfulness of the Lord can be difficult at times.
As a community, we set aside a few times a year to intentionally fast, pray, and worship as a way to practice together what it means to slow down and remember who God is.
Whether you choose to fast from lunch or something else for the day, we want to give up something that we allow to fill us for time with God.
We provide a guided reflection that will help you through your day of fasting with prompts for prayer and devotion, and then in the evening, we come together to break the fast with a meal, and pray and worship together with one voice!
We call these evenings Agape Feasts, which simply means that we will take part in a communal meal and simple prayer and worship experience that are intended to promote fellowship, unity, and Christian love among those that participate.