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  • A caring congregation that will gladly welcome you
  • Preaching/teaching that is centered on the Word of God
  • Ministries to meet the spiritual needs of every age


Service Times

9 am Sunday School (All Ages)10 am Worship Service


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Info on June 14th Worship Service

COVID-19 In Person Worship Service Set To Begin

Message from CCB Elders:

UPDATE:  In Person Worship Set to Begin June 14th, 2020

This past Thursday, May 28th, the Elder's met and discussed our time-line for opening up our building for in person services.

We are going to have our first in person service on June 14th beginning at 10 am.  Over the next week we will update our website as well us upload some videos on what that is going to look like. We know this has been a difficult time and there are many who are still concerned about COVID-19.  We also know there are many who are ready and have the need to meet together.  We will reveal our plan to open up on June 14th in greater detail in the coming week.  We will talk about what you can expect from us and what we are going to expect from you. 




One of the most widely known Bible stories is Israel’s exodus from Egypt. We tend to frame the exodus as the nation’s permanent liberation from enslavement. The books of Exodus and Leviticus describe Israel’s journey during their first year after leaving Egypt. In Leviticus 25, God explained his plans for the Year of Jubilee as a time when property ownership was restored to the original Jewish recipient’s family and slaves were set free. God explained his reasons for this: “For to me the people of Isra’el are slaves; they are my slaves whom I brought out of the land of Egypt; I am ADONAI your God” (Leviticus 25:55; all Scripture quotations are from the Complete Jewish Bible).

By means of the exodus, God won the battle that delivered Israel from Egyptian slavery. We are mistaken if we presume God released Israel from slavery. We see in this passage that God replaced Egypt as Israel’s master. God also did for the children of Israel what Egypt never intended to do. Because Israel adopted faith in God—as had Abraham—God adopted the Israelites as his children. He granted them an inheritance. God did not intend for his slaves to toil in endless servitude. God intended to give them a part in his plan of rebuilding the good of creation. God gave Israel the feast of Passover to remember the hope he purchased for them.

Flash forward several hundred years. In a manner similar to how God rescued Israel from Egypt, God also liberated every Christian from our slave master. Jesus won the battle at the cross to break the hold of sin and death on our lives. Paul wrote to the faithful in Rome,

For when you were slaves of sin, you were free in relationship to righteousness; but what benefit did you derive from the things of which you are now ashamed? The end result of those things was death. However, now, freed from sin and enslaved to God, you do get the benefit—it consists in being made holy, set apart for God, and its end result is eternal life (Romans 6:20-22).

Christians are God’s slaves of faith. We are also God’s children, joint heirs and participants in his plan of redemption through grace. Our enslavement does not follow the pattern of colonial Europe or modern traffickers. We have personal value to our Master, and he is lovingly devoted to us. Jesus gave the church of Christ the Lord’s Supper to remember the hope he purchased for us. The emblems on this table are memorials of that battle


*This article first appeared in The Christian Standard on  7-6-2020

Launch Pad and Armory Update


 Karl and Theresa are posting videos weekly to keep our children fed in Christ.   Please join The Armory Youth Group Page  @ccbthearmory or CCB Kids @ CCBKidsBurlington on Facebook for the latest videos. 

Armory is BACK! Updated schedules and events will be posted on Facebook and https://ccburl.org/the_armory_student_ministry. Check back regularly for the most up to date Information. 

For now CCB kids are still not meeting including Sunday mornings.  For the time being there will be activities available for families to pick up and take to their tables for Sunday Service.  Please check back as new information will be posted as things change. 

RightNow Media (Our Gift to You)

Part of our mission at CCB is to "equip"  you for your journey of faith.  We at CCB want to gift you RightNow Media, the largest online BIble Study/Christian Video Library in the world.  There are over 10,000 Bible Studies, Children's Shows, and many other tools to help you on your journey.

All you need to do for this gift is to fill out a form with your contact information.  Our purpose for gathering your information is so we can better communicate with you and your family and also better help you in your journey with Jesus.  

 Click Here: RightNow Media Gift

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