In these uncertain times we live in, the need for Christ-centered community is as important as it’s ever been.
Psalm 133:1 says: “How good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell together in unity!” 

 My hope and prayer is that you find this type of sweet community the text refers to at Cherry Creek in a profound way. A community that involves living life together, praying with one another, vulnerably confessing and giving over sin, and walking in your identity as a son of God together with other men. Along with this happening naturally over time as you do life with other men at CCPC, check back on this page regularly to see where this is happening in the context of classes, events, and the like.

 I’m beyond excited to get to know each of you men at CCPC more. If you’d ever be interested in meeting up for coffee, lunch, disc golf, or the like, please reach out to me. I’d love to hear your story, pray with and for you, and come alongside in any way I can. Thank you and take care!

 – Pastor Phil

Phil Bremerman

Pastor of Shepherding and Young Adults

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Midweek Studies

Wednesdays | 7- 8a
In Person Gatherings Community Center
Men in the Word

Men in the Word is a gathering for men committed to being transformed by the truth of scripture and fellowship with one another. We spend 15 minutes in prayer and then 45 minutes in Scripture with open and honest dialogue.

Study Info

Currently we are studying the Gospel of John.


Rudy Antle email for more information!



Thursdays | 9:30-11:30a
Virtual Gatherings Community Center

Precepts teaches us how to dig inductively into the Word of God and then how to live it out. A knowledge of the Scriptures gives us a plumb line by which to examine everything that we hear and are taught from the Word.

Study Info


Chosen in Christ before the foundation of the world, targeted by grace, sons of God united in a single family, inheritors, holy, redeemed, forgiven, raised from the dead and seated with Jesus Christ in the heavenlies! How can you not study Ephesians!? Before Paul even hints at how believers should live, he lays a rock-solid foundation: who we are in Christ


Marty Remke

Pudge Collins


Feb 18: Ephesians