Church History

Welcome to The Chinese Christian Church at Clemson (CCCC). The history of CCCC goes back to 1986, when some Chinese students initiated a weekly class for Bible study in an American church. Starting from 1997, we have the Chinese Sunday worship, the purpose of which is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to the Chinese students, scholars and their families in Clemson. We put emphasis on Bible reading, prayer, Sunday worship and serving the Lord in unity so that we are able to witness the growth of our spiritual life in Jesus Christ. Currently Chinese-English bilingual Sunday worship is available. Generally there are about 60 people attending our Sunday worship every week, which are mainly the Chinese students and scholars living in Clemson. You are cordially invited to join our fellowship! In Jesus Christ, you may have a joyful, peaceful and meaningful life. Please click here to get more information about church service schedules.



Vision and Mission

Vision
(1) 
Carry on the Great Commission to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the Chinese around Clemson; (2) Equip the saints to expand the Kingdom of God.

Mission:
(1) Build up our ministry around the campus, outreach to the Chinese community around Clemson with the love of Christ, introduce the Gospel to them in their native language;
(2) Focus on spiritual growth, build up relationship with the Lord through worship and fellowship; equip the saints to become devoted disciples of Jesus Christ, prepare them to serve in the field.

The compact version of the Vision and Mission :
Focus on campus, care for people, spread the gospel, equip the saints.


Constitution and By-Laws (Revision 3) [PDF]


Constitution and By-Laws of The Chinese Christian Church at Clemson was revised on the Deacon Board Meeting on November 3rd, 2010, and passed on the Year-End Membership Meeting on December 19th, 2010. More specifically, this Constitution and By-Law is the third revision.