Congratulations! You're in love, you're planning a wedding… now what? Christ Community Church (CCC) wants to help you prepare for the wedding you want and the marriage God wants you to have. We're here to help you understand what to expect in planning and preparing for your wedding at CCC. To help you understand what weddings look like at CCC read the Frequently Asked Questions.
Save the date
The following steps are required to ensure you secure a date for you wedding:
1. Application Form
Email a completed Wedding Application form to Sue Beed, CCC's wedding administrator.
2. Date Confirmation
CCC's wedding administrator will contact you within 3 business days with the date that will be tentatively held for you.
Pay a non-refundable deposit of $200 to confirm your date. Your deposit will be put towards your total ceremony fees.
The following steps will guide you through the process of premarital counseling at CCC:
4. Marriage class
Attend Marriage Matters, a 6-week premarital class at CCC. Sundays / 10 AM
Bride & Groom Questionnaires must be returned to CCC two weeks after your date has been confirmed.
6. FOCCUS inventory
Complete the FOCCUS online inventory. Cost is $15 per couple; paid through the survey site. Submit the full name of bride and groom, and email for both (case sensitive). You will then receive an email from FOCCUS inc. with a User ID and password. Do not attempt before getting a User ID and password.
CCC will match you with a marriage mentor couple with whom you meet for 4 sessions of premarital counseling.
8. In-law Worksheet
Forward a copy of this worksheet to your future in-laws for them to complete and return to CCC. Both sets of parents should complete the form.
Marriage Enrichment Classes
In the beginning, marriage was one of the first things that God created. Marriage is the most intimate of human relationships, and it takes ongoing intentionality to grow a thriving marital relationship. It doesn’t matter if you've been married for a week or several decades, CCC offers classes to help you grow in your marriage relationship.