Jesus' last command to his disciples was to go into the world and make disciples of all nations. Camarillo Community Church is committed to that command. Discipleship is both a local and global effort. There are many areas to get involved and grow as a disciple of Jesus at Camarillo Community Church. Life is meant to be done in together, so we offer many different opportunities to grow in your relationship with Christ and fellowship with others.
Jim Moyer serves as Camarillo Community Church's Pastor of Discipleship and Family Ministries. Jim attended Fuller Theological Seminary where he received a Master of Arts in Theology in June, 2003; specializing in Family Ministry and Small Group ministry.
“These are exciting times to be engaged in the ministry of discipleship, where I am able to help men and women join in community for the purpose of growing to be like Jesus.”
Please contact Jim with any question you have about any of our discipleship ministries at Cam Community.
Quads meet once a week to learn what it means to be Christ's disciple. We've found that these micro groups lead to an intense season of personal spiritual growth. Quads provide a safe place to get honest about who we are as men and women as well as be held accountable to one another. Camarillo Community Church has quads meeting daily at various times. We invite you to join a quad, as we take another step in our journey toward God together.
Click here to learn more about the discipleship model we use here at Camarillo Community Church.
There are various small groups meeting throughout the week. Small groups are an excellent way to deepen your understanding of biblical truths and meet new people.
We have classes at both the 9:00 and 10:45 AM hours every Sunday. Come on up stairs to join us in room 206. We would love to have the opportunity to get to know you...... and the food is great too.
Camarillo Community Church has embarked on a full scale International Discipleship Initiative. God has led us to train church pastors and leaders from nearly 20 countries in disciple making. We're looking forward to see what He has planned next. The group photo to the left was from our first Discipleship Summit where we trained pastors from Romania and the Netherlands.