Membership at MYCBCB

There's a place for you here!

If you’ve been visiting myCBCB for awhile and would like to become more active, consider membership. Membership at MyCBCB isn’t scary or complicated. It’s simple, really.

At myCBCB, a member is someone who has committed to do four things:

  • Protect the unity of the church
  • Share the responsibility of the church
  • Serve the ministry of the church
  • Support the testimony of the Church

Take the next step

The Covid-19 pandemic has really made us take a hard look at what we do, and how we do it. 

In the past, the path to membership was 3 classes – Connection 101, 201, 301, then 401 was being introduced, “prayed in”, welcomed at church – then “pie with the pastor” at Pastor Larry’s house, and – *boom* – you’re a member.  It has been great, but we are going to try something new. 

Here’s what it’ll look like:

Larry wants to sit down with just YOU –  individuals, couples, just a couple of people at a time.  He’ll explain some of CBCB’s history looking backward, and vision looking forward, try to answer any questions you have about how the church operates and specifics about what we believe and teach.  You won’t just get the “what” and the “how” we do what we do – you’ll get the “why”.  We can tailor the meeting to your specific needs, questions, callings, ideas.  We believe in 60-90 minutes you can really get a feel for where we’ve come from, where we are going, and how you can be a part of it.  

At the end of the meeting, you can decide if membership is right for you.  That’s a big commitment – but this isn’t… You don’t need to bring anything or prepare anything.  Worst-case scenario, we can just get to know each other a little – He’ll even buy the coffee!  Best-case – you start getting plugged in and seeing what God wants to do in you and through you at MYCBCB. 

So, let us know what day/time works best for you. We will give you a call and get your meeting scheduled on Larry’s calendar. 

The difference between a church attender, and a church member, is commitment.

~ Rick Warren

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