CCCA Women’s Spring Retreat – June 1-3, 2018

Dear Women, we invite you to The Conference Center at Bethany Beach for renewal, reconnection, reflection, and relaxation!

Our Theme is “Disciples Women in Conversation” 

Last fall the internet movement and phenomenon known as #MeToo became a universal rallying cry for survivors of sexual assault and harassment and advocates of women.  Since then we have borne witness to people’s stories and experiences, which has led us to deeper questions about women’s experiences in the workforce, in leadership positions, and throughout society.  The focus for the Women’s Retreat this year emerges from these significant cultural moments and our hope to locate the role and engagement of our church in these conversations.  Where is the CC(DOC) doing well with women in leadership?  Where do we need people in their times of need?  We hope that you will join us in Bethany Beach to explore these important questions, enjoy fellowship, and much more!

For more information, click here to go to the Disciples Women page!

A full listing of the steps the church took to become a Green Chalice Ministry can be found HERE

Bethany Beach Christian Church Celebrates Designation As A "Green Chalice Ministry"


“The earth is the Lord’s and all that is in it, the world, and those who live in it."  Psalm 24:1-2


Bethany Beach Christian Church (Disciples Of Christ), in Bethany Beach, Delaware, has diligently been working on being more faithful in it's stewardship of God's earthly resources.  Under the leadership of Glenn Chisholm and a team of volunteers, along with their previous pastor, the Rev. Dr. Chris Hobgood and their current pastor, the Rev. Dr. Rusty Hesse, significant strides have been made to be more environmentally sustainable as a congregation and as individual people of faith.

For the full story, go to the News page!


Fulfilling Promises: Final Phase Of Capital Campaign At Camp Mary Mac Has Begun!

Staff Quarters Are Being Built, Cabins Get A Major Facelift!

Even though it was begun in the midst of one of the greatest recessions in the United States and was ultimately undersubscribed, the Capital Area Region’s Share The Light capital campaign, which concluded it’s active fundraising in 2012, was able fulfill most of the commitments it had made to those who gave so generously.  One promise left unsatisfied was the work at Camp Mary Mac to expand the dining hall, upgrade the kitchen, and add staff quarters.

For the full story and a link to more pictures of the progress, go to the News page!


Disciples Pentecost Special Day Offering Receive May 20 & 27 To Benefit New & Transforming Congregations