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History

In 1921, Dr. R.R. Brown established the Omaha Gospel Tabernacle as part of the Christian and Missionary Alliance. The first services were held just west of 20th and Douglas St.

In 1923, Dr. Brown began a radio broadcast of the first ever nondenominational religious services. By 1933, Radio Chapel Service had a weekly national audience of more than half a million. The broadcast continued for the next 53 years, becoming the longest continuous radio program on any one station in the world.

In 1976, plans were developed to move to the Old Mill Business Park on what was the western edge of the city. In 1982, Bob Thune accepted God's call to lead the congregation. During his 22 years the name was changed to Christ Community Church, the current buildings were completed, and God blessed the ministry with significant influence and growth.

Lead Pastor Mark Ashton, joined CCC in 2006 with a powerful vision to reach the city, the nation and the world with the love of Christ. In 2006 we funded and built a hospital in Mali for women and children. Since then, CCC has planted four churches in Omaha – Journey Church, New Life Church, Citylight and in 2015 New City Church. Beyond the Old Mill Campus, there are thriving ministries in North Omaha in partnership with Bridge church, in the Douglas County jail and the Online venue at cccomaha.tv was launched in 2012, broadcasting the gospel to the next generation. In 2014, our campus grew to include “The Porch” at Old Mill, which currently houses Pillar Seminary, City Care Counseling Center, and the Ministry Incubation Center for emerging ministry entrepreneurs.

Christian & Missionary Alliance

About the C&MA

In 1887, A. B. Simpson started the missionary movement that became known as the Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA). Today, the C&MA supports 800 missionaries in 58 nations and partners with churches in 81 countries and territories. For more details on the C&MA, visit cmalliance.org.

Great Commission Fund

C&MA missionaries are financed through The Great Commission Fund (GCF). CCC attendees can designate gifts to the GCF, which enables missionaries to reach lost people for Christ, trains national leaders, provides medical help to needy patients and helps start new C&MA Churches in the US. For more details on the GCF, visit cmalliance.org.

C&MA core values

  • Lost people matter to God. He wants them found. / Luke 19:10
  • Prayer is the primary work of the people of God. / Phil 4:6-7
  • Everything we have belongs to God. We are only stewards. / 1 Chr 29:14
  • Knowing and obeying God’s Word is fundamental to all true success. / Josh 1:8
  • Completing the Great Commission requires mobilizing every fully devoted disciple. / Matt 28:19
  • Without the empowerment of the Holy Spirit, we can accomplish nothing. / 1 Cor 2:4-5
  • Achieving God’s purposes involves taking faith-filled risks; this always involves change. / Heb 11:6