A message from the pastor
The past 11 years as the Senior Pastor of Community Country Church have been thrilling to say the least. I'm not most excited about the new building as wonderful as it is, or the beautiful view and visibility of this new ministry center. We truly want to reach the unchurched and what I am most excited about is seeing the Awana Program and S.W.A.T. (Students with a Testimony) expanding. It warms my heart to see people turning to the Lord. We stopped taking attendance at church because in the end nickels and noses mean nothing. Changed lives are the mark of a church where God is at work. We will continue to preach God's Word. Christ is the only answer for the problems of today. We will continue to lift up Christ so that all will see how beautiful a savior. Join us in this endeavor!
In Christ's Love,
Pastor Greggrey A. Valentine
ABOUT OUR PASTOR
Greggrey A. Valentine
Rev. Gregg Valentine and Nancy accepted the call to be the Pastor of Community Country Church on November 1, 2006. Gregg had been the Interim Pastor at CCC for about eight months. After 40 days of prayer, the congregation took a vote and extended the call. Pastor Gregg Valentine is the full-time Chaplain for the Morrison County Sheriff's Office. Gregg's primary calling is to help people, and he feels that the preaching, teaching, and Chaplaincy work he is able to do is a gift from the Lord.
He has been a Pastor since 1984, having pastored for 13 years in Verndale, MN at the Christian & Missionary Alliance Church. From Verndale, the family moved to Little Falls, MN in 1998 where Gregg pastored the Little Falls Alliance for five and a half years. On October 1, 2003 Gregg became the first full-time Chaplain of the Morrison County Sheriff's Department.
Pastoring and preaching are Gregg's heart. He has a passion to share the love of God.
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