Jesus said to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and visit those in prison. Jesus touched lepers, he didn't judge women accused of adultery, we ate with "sinners", he forgave often, he embraced children, he sought peace through non-violent resistance, and he advocated for the marginalized of the world. This is a lot to strive to do, but this is the gospel we are called to follow. At CCC we open our doors for groups to meet who focus on topics of justice, inclusion, and wholeness. We collect funds and support local, national and international non-profits from like the Southern Law Center, Lake/Geauga Habitat for Humanity, and Women Safe. We do annual collections of clothing, sleeping bags, food and toiletries for the Chesterland Food Pantry, the Hartville Migrant Ministry, and Homeless in the Cleveland metropolitan area, and local families at Christmas time. We encourage and often facilitate inter-generational volunteer opportunities, and we invite speakers into worship to speak on social, environmental and peace issues.