If you are in crisis please take action. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts or are in an urgent crisis, please seek help immediately. Call 911 or the Crisis Line at: 210-223-7233. For additional information or resources follow the link below.
CBC’s trained lay care ministers will walk alongside you to find God’s answers to life’s difficulties. Appointments are available for individuals 18 and older.
We have an intercessory prayer team that prays over CBC prayer needs. To request prayer: submit your prayer request through our website, email, or call and leave a message with your prayer request.
Located in the church lobby, CBC Cares provides prayer and support before, during and after each church service. The ministry delivers spiritual care to anyone facing challenging life issues and those in need of comfort. CBC Cares also welcomes those who have recently given their life to Christ.
Celebrate Recovery isn’t just for issues with drugs or alcohol, it’s for anyone with a hurt, habit or hang-up, which is all of us. Whether you’re wanting to work on issues related to trust, anger, pornography, food, codepedency, abuse or have a loved one struggling with an addiction, CR is for you.
The Landing is a student ministry geared towards Junior High and High School age students. The Landing provides a safe place for our students to process life and the struggles that accompany it, provide tools to help them live emotionally and spiritually healthy lives, and point them towards the freedom found in Jesus Christ.
Grace Groups provide an ongoing support structure to help individuals living with mental health difficulties and disorders as well as their families and friends. Every lesson stands on its own so newcomers are welcome to join at any time. Pre-registration is required for virtual groups.
re|engage is a safe place for all married couples to grow in their relationship. New couples can join year-round in this group experience and explore the difference Jesus makes in a marriage when we surrender our married lives to Him, learning to practically love each other His way. Marriages in any condition can benefit.
When you get engaged, your life suddenly gets really busy, consumed with all the detail, joy, chaos, and stress of planning a wedding. But don’t forget to plan for married life after the wedding. Merge is CBC’s premarital program, helping couples improve their relationship and develop more intimacy and resiliency. In Merge, you will address potential relational barriers before your wedding day while helping you assess yourself and your relationship from a practical and biblical perspective.
The first to respond to the needs of others is often the last to seek help for themselves. REBOOT First Responders is a 12-week, faith-based, peer-led course that helps first responders and their families heal from critical incident stress and trauma. If you or someone you love is suffering from the stress of the front lines, the time is now to break free from trauma and change your life.
If you’ve lost a spouse, child, family member, or friend, it can be hard to feel hopeful about the future. Finding others who understand may also be a challenge. Let a caring community encourage and support you on your healing journey from mourning to joy. This is an open group that meets during a 13-week semester.
Separation and divorce can be one of life’s most painful, stressful experiences; a time of deep confusion, shame, and isolation. Overcome challenges and rebuild your life in a safe, supportive environment with others who’ve been there. This is an open group that meets during a 13-week semester.
Changes That Heal (Dr. Henry Cloud) – The Bible States that we’re created in the image of God. But why don’t we see a “family resemblance?” The problem, says Dr. Cloud, is underdeveloped “tasks” of maturing: bonding, separating from others, sorting out good and bad, and becoming an adult. Discover, in this 13-week closed, small group, what changes to make to promote emotional and relational healing.