Ministries at JCAC


In order to help men grow in spiritual maturity to lead their families in their walk of faith, we have two different Men's Small Groups based around Bible study, prayer, and fellowship.  All men are welcome to come and be a part of one of these groups.  We also have a group that meets for leadership training.


Our ladies' ministries is part of an  auxiliary ministry of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. This ministry is called The Great Commission Women.  This ministry is organized at the national, district, and local level.  Our group meets monthly and enjoys fellowship, Bible study, and annoucement of upcoming events.  


Seniors have distinct needs and possibilities ... they need to gather together socially for mutual encouragement and prayer.  They also have value for their families, the  congregation,  and their circle of friends because of the wealth of knowledge, spiritually and experientially, they have accumulated over the years.  Our seniors group now called YAH (Young at Heart) gather monthly for times of fellowship, a time in the Word, and prayer and to stimulate one another to move out into their spheres of influence.


Recognition of the stewardship which the Lord has given to those who have put their faith in Christ to share that faith moves us out of our comfort zones to reach out to those in need.  Some have spiritual needs and some have physical needs and we are called to share what we have with those in need.  Intentionality in seeking those who are open to such sharing throws our church doors open to those who want to come in and hear and believe, but also so that we go out to our neighbors and acquaintances.


Prayer is one of  our main priorities as a church.  We pray for the sick and diseased.  We pray for the spiritually lost.  We pray for those with various other needs.  We pray for our nation and our world.  In addition to various prayer groups, we disseminate these requests and needs through a prayer chain that originates in our church office.    Anyone can share any needs they may have.


The systematic study of Scriptures is foremost in our Sunday School ministry that immediately precedes our Sunday morning worship service.  Spiritually mature teachers lead classes for all age groups, and the public is warmly welcome to come and join us.

"Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed.  Proverbs 19:17


Assisting those with emergencies or short-term needs is one way to reflect the generous nature of God in an active manner.


Since 1993, more than 100 million boys and girls in over 130 countries have experienced God’s love through the power of simple shoebox gifts from Operation Christmas Child. Samaritan’s Purse works with local churches and ministry partners to deliver the gifts and share the life-changing Good News of Jesus Christ.