The Alpha Omega Project is led by Pastor Rob Campbell. AO seeks to raise and distribute funds to ministry partners throughout the nation and around the world. If you are interested in learning more, then please contact Pastor Rob at rob@cypresscreekchurch.com.
The Wimberley Crisis Bread Basket is a nonprofit organization that provides food and grocery items to individuals and families in the Wimberley area. You may reach them at: (512) 847-5323
This is a tax exempt, non-profit organization dedicated to helping complete the Great Commission in this century by providing resources and coaching to plant new cell churches and transition existing churches to cell-based ministry. Go to www.joelcomiskeygroup.com for more info.
WMA is a collaborative effort of participating Wimberley Pastors/Churches to help those in need (Operation Good Shepherd). The WMA also sponsors an annual Thanksgiving Service and a Good Friday Service. The Wimberley Pastors gather once a month over lunch to know and support each other.
The Hays-Caldwell Women’s Center is a not-for-profit organization which offers free, short-term (up to six months) counseling and advocacy services to victims of family violence, sexual assault and child abuse who reside within the Hays County and Caldwell County area of Central Texas. HCWC also educates the community on the primary prevention of sexual assault and parenting. Go to www.hcwc.org for more info.
The Barnabas Connection provides direct assistance, sustainable resources and preventative care for low-income families in Wimberley and Hays County. For additional info, go to: www.barnabasconnects.org
Bridges To Life is a Faith Based Prison Ministry that brings victims of crime and incarcerated offenders together on a journey of reconciliation. The primary mission is to connect communities to the prisons & to minister to Victims and Offenders. Go to www.bridgestolife.org for more info.
The mission of Central Texas LifeCare is to represent God’s love for ALL life by transforming lives through the sharing of God’s grace, educating individuals and communities about the beauty, responsibility, and risks of human sexuality, and offering compassionate care to young women in crisis pregnancies and those individuals affected by pregnancy loss. For info, go to: www.txlifecare.org.


Jim and Terri Hale (Directors)
Young Life brings the good news of Jesus Christ into the lives of adolescents with an approach that recognizes the potential of everyone.  Jim and Terri are uniquely equipped to develop individuals and teams to do this.
Pastor Appaloose Thankachan
Pastor Thankachan’s ministry is “deep and wide.” Pastor T demonstrates that the gospel is revealed in both word and deed.  In addition to his passion for teaching, training, and empowering pastors for evangelistic endeavors, he and his wife serve the orphans and street children in his city.  Because he understands the value of financial independence, he encourages micro enterprise and much, much more.
Pastors: David and Lorena Grimaldo
The Grimaldo’s have been CCC partners for 20 years. They were CCC’s first International Ministry Partner. Pastor David’s comprehensive ministry serves his community with evangelism, discipleship, and the promotion of healthy marriages and families.
Pastors: Pastors: Bobby and Dorothy Arnold
After many years as a pastoral team for CCC’s Celebrate Recovery ministry, the Arnolds are spending their retirement sharing the message of Christ’s love, forgiveness, and restoration in the region of Europe known as the Balkans. Now living in Ohrid, Macedonia, they team with locals, Toni and Snezhe Popov, hosting a Sunday house church and cultivating long–term relationships within the community.
Pastors: Founded by the late Noé Malpartida; Noé’s wife Mercedes and son Willie now share pastoral roles
Kairos Ministries is a comprehensive church ministry in the city of Iquitos, Peru, the largest city on the Peruvian Amazon.  The Malpartida’s visionary work includes a growing cell-church ministry with a focus on discipleship, apostolic initiatives, and educating children who cannot even afford the modest cost of public education. The two campuses of Colegio Kairos serve over 500 students and provide education from Kindergarten through 12th grade.  Graduates are fully prepared to enter University training and many do. Kairos has partnered with CCC since 2007.
Founders and Leaders: David and Karen Eubanks
FBR is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement that brings the love of Christ to people in the war zones of Burma.  FBR provides relief and emergency health care to the Karin people in the wake of the brutal attacks intended to drive them from their villages and homelands.
Pastors Morris and Aidah Ogenga
The Ogenga’s oversee an extensive church network in Uganda and Kenya. Additionally, they oversee a school for impoverished children,an orphanage, and a bible college.  They also provide oversight to the “I Choose You” Ministry (below). CCC is proud to have  partnered with the Ogenga’s since 2005.
The village of Namatala, on the outskirts of Mbale, Uganda is made up of approximately 7,000 refugees of the Karamajong tribe from Northeast Uganda. I Choose You works with CCC Ministry Partners, Morris and Aida Ogenga to bring relief to the families of Namatala.
Pastors: Patrick and Gladys Mpande, Robson and Abigail Antonio
Pastor Robson Antonio is one of the lead pastors in the church network established by the apostolic ministry of Patrick Mpande, a native Zimbabwean who fled his home country as a political refugee in 2000.  Pastor Antonio is spreading the Word of God in an environment, which includes 95% unemployment, an AIDS epidemic (15% of adults are HIV positive), water-shortages, and starvation.  CCC has partnered with Pastor Mpande and his church network since 1994.  The Redcliff ministry includes a Christian school (K-12) and a fledgling bible school for preparing young leaders to reach Zimbabwe, Africa, and the world, for Christ.