FAQ'S

Hey thanks for checking out C3, we hope that you see we love Jesus and his message of hope. He is the reason we do all that we do from preaching, to children's ministry, to outreach and serving dinner at the local shelter. We’d like to answer a few questions you might have as you decide to try out our super comfy chairs this Sunday.


1. What time is your service?

We meet at 10:00 AM. 


2. How do I get there?

Click here for directions. We have 'stadium' parking, which is our fancy way of saying you park on the street.


3. How long is the service?

Our service lasts 75 minutes and includes great music, teaching from the Bible that applies to your life and communion to celebrate the grace we find in Jesus.


4. Is there a dress code?

Nope. Feel free to dress in clothes that are comfortable for you. You can dress up if you want, or wear casual clothes. God is interested in your heart, not your wardrobe.


5. Will I be singled out if I’m new?

Nope again. You are our guest. Our goal is for you to have the best experience possible, so feel free to be anonymous or free to stick around for coffee after service. We're just glad you're here!


6. What about my kids?

Cambridge Community has the best Children’s Ministry where your kids will be taught the Bible in age-appropriate classes. Our goal is to make church on Sunday the best hour of your kid’s week. Should you want your child to stay with you during the service, you are welcome to enjoy the service together.


7. How comfy are your chairs?

Super comfy.

New to Jesus?

Everybody believes in something, we believe in Jesus. 

He is the most famous person to ever live.

Some think he was a prophet.

Other's think him a lunatic.

Many consider him a good moral teacher.


So why do we believe in Jesus?


Because we believe the gospel is true. Gospel simply means “good news.” The central message of the Bible is the good news about the person and work of Jesus Christ. The writer of 1 Corinthians 15:1–4 provides the best summary of the gospel: the man Jesus is also God and died on a cross in our place, paying the penalty for our sins; three days later He rose to conquer sin and death and give the gift of salvation to all who believe in Him alone for eternal life.


We call that grace. Jesus offers every person the opportunity to enter into relationship with Him if they accept His grace. Unlike 'religion' that says you have to 'do' certain things to go to heaven, Jesus offers grace for us to accept. He already 'did' everything when He went to the cross to pay the price for our rebellion against God, and He gives us the choice to accept His grace or reject it.   


Here at C3, we are still learning what God's grace means for our lives and what it looks like in practical, every day life, and we'd love for you to connect with us and be a part of shaping what a grace filled community looks like!


New to cambridge?

Welcome to Cambridge!


Whether you moved here from a smaller town or from the big city, we'd love to help you settle in and discover everything that makes Cambridge our home.


Here are a number of links to help you connect with services, clubs, schools and organizations in Cambridge.

City of Cambridge

Library

Schools

Coffee Shops

Restaurants



Meet the staff


  • Daniel Fietje - Teaching pastor

    Daniel was born on the mission field in Thailand where his parents served as church planters. They returned to Cambridge to pastor a local church and he spent the next 12 years living here. 


    Although he gave his life to Christ as a child, it was the summer before high school when God really challenged Daniel to discover more of Him and what the Christian life was really all about. Daniel studied at the University of Toronto and continued to be amazed by how big God's grace truly is and by the workings of His Holy Spirit.


    After university Daniel planned to attend teacher's college in Australia, but while teaching English in Korea God asked him to attend seminary and he happily obliged. It was in seminary that he felt called to the local church and completed his MDiv in pastoral studies at Tyndale Seminary. Daniel pastored for five years in Canmore, Alberta before returning to his hometown as the lead pastor of Cambridge Community Church. 


    Daniel is married to his godly, talented and wonderful wife Laura whom he met in seminary as she was pursuing her MTS. They have two sons and a daughter. No dog yet though. Yet is the key word here. 

  • shelley clow - family pastor

    Shelley has been married to her best friend, Dan, for over 30 years and they have three grown children: Gabriella married to Kevin, Jarrod married to Caitlyn and Nano. All of them make their parents proud as they serve God in their various careers in Ottawa, San Francisco, and Vancouver.  Shelley and Dan are now also  proud grandparents to Judah, thanks to mommy and daddy, Gabriella and Kevin.


    Shelley began her professional life as a teacher in 1986 and thanks to her husband's career, has taught in Ontario, New Brunswick and when he re-located them to Honolulu, she earned her M.Ed. at the University of Hawaii. Shelley joined the staff at Cambridge Community Church in 2006 and continues to work part time with the WRDSB.


    Shelley asked Jesus to be her Saviour at the age of 4 so Children/Student Ministry holds great importance in her view of what church should look like. On any given Sunday you can find her with the children whether nursery aged or teenagers. She feels blessed that she has the honour of sharing Jesus' love with them and her greatest desire is that they understand that Jesus wants to have a personal relationship with them, too!