Levels of Association and Benefits with CCC
There are three Levels of association with CCC. Each is explained here. If you feel called to participate with our leadership family-we encourage you to fill out this application. Membership begins at the "Partner Level"
Invited to participate in Cluster Meetings of other Partners.
Offers opportunities to join in the efforts of Kingdom Advancement
Can be asked to serve in a leadership role or in some aspect of ministry
This is the minimum level for membership on the Apostolic Council/Team
Spouses are invited to be Partners at no additional cost
Opportunities of being part of a larger Fellowship
Sharing of Resources
Equipping and Personal Support
Access to Partner Only Retreats & Webinars
Note: Partner Level does not include the following
CCC Presbytery Oversight
Partners have the opportunity to become Covenant Partners
Partners pay Monthly Dues of $100
This Level is intended for those who are connected to CCC through a partner or covenant partner who desire the benefits that a relationship with CCC can bring to them.
Opportunity to participate in various platforms that facilitate ministry from CCC members at large
Will be privy to Covenant and public meetings, events, and communiqués
Affiliate Partners pay $250 Annual Dues
Covenant Partner Level offers all the Benefits of Partner Level plus the following:
Direct accountability and access to Bishop Mattera and/or members of the Apostolic council
For Personal Life (without fee)
For Ministry situations (subject to a fee dependent on the situation)
Access to the Apostolic Council and Apostolic Teams to minister at Church
Expenses for Apostolic Team Ministry are the responsibility of the Member
Receive Leadership Training, Oversight and Organizational support
Additional Benefits of Covenant Level
Oversight and Personal Coaching from Bishop Mattera and/or other Members of the Apostolic Council as deemed necessary
Provides Presbytery for Licensing and Ordination Services.
Provides Licensing and/or Ordination if needed
Note: Dues are either given to Bishop Mattera personally or to CCC, depending on the arrangement. The minimum goal should be half of the personal tithe, but in the case a person is tithing to a presbytery, of which Bishop Mattera is part, then the portion of the tithe should be discussed with Bishop Mattera.
Covenant Partners pay Dues of 5% of their personal income (½ of personal tithe)