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SUMMER FUN ACTIVITIES

Summer Fun Activities

To help CCCers connect with one another and with neighbors, we’d love you to help us organize Summer Fun activities to share on this page!

Whether it’s as big as a camping trip or as small as lunch after church, if you’re willing to put together a fun activity this summer, fill out this form and we’ll talk with you about how to make it happen.

Below you’ll find the current summer fun activities that have been planned. If you have questions, email Joseph Rhea.

Walk the Loop at Wrightsville Beach

Women of all ages are invited to meet at Wrightsville Beach Parks and Recreation and walk the loop (about 2.5 miles / 45 minutes) on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Days: Begins Monday, June 7, and continues Monday and Wednesday mornings until TBD

Time: 6:30 a.m., to beat the heat

Contact: Karen Hooks

Additional notes:

Parking is free for the first 2 hours. 

Home Education Interest Discussion + Brunch

Day and time: Saturday, June 19 | 9:30-noon
Place: Katie Artemenko’s house
RSVP: Email Katie (katie.artemenko@gmail.com) by June 17

If you’re curious about educating your children at home, join us for brunch and a discussion about homeschooling! Katie Artemenko and Allison Rhea will share about their homeschooling journeys, including some of the resources that have inspired them most, and we’ll talk through questions about home education.

Moms of kids of any age who are interested in homeschooling are welcome to join!

Book Discussion: Peace Like a River by Leif Enger

Day and time: Friday, July 9 | 7:30 p.m.
Place: Joseph and Allison Rheas’ house
RSVP: Joseph Rhea
Additional info:
Peace Like a River is one of our favorite novels of all time! We love it, and we’d love to share it with anyone who wants to join.

Book Discussion: Live Not By Lies by Rod Dreher
Day and time: Wednesday, July 14 | 6:30 p.m.
Place: Claire Efird’s house
RSVP: Claire Efird

Claire is hosting a light dinner and discussion of Live Not By Lies by Rod Dreher. Dreher’s book uses examples from the Soviet Union to make the case for a coming “soft totalitarianism” in America and offer ways that Christians can live accordingly.

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