Cliffdale Community Church
Resource Center (R.C.)
Mission of CCC’s Resource Center: To equip His people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up (Ephesians 4:12 NIV)
Goals of the Resource Center:
-Provide the resources needed for works of service: people, knowledge, assistance, material, equipment, funds, etc. (the #1 resource at CCC is its people)
-If a particular resource isn’t available, the R.C. will try to provide direction on where to get it or facilitate a means to acquire it
-Be a starting point for Spirit led ideas/activities. If you have an idea, suggestion, or even a complaint that would benefit or improve our work for Christ, bring it to the R.C. as a starting point. The R.C. Facilitator will consult the Pastor and the CCC team for further direction
-Facilitate outreach activities to the community
-Facilitate ministries, programs and activities within the church
-Resource Center is not/will not:
-Promote or provide resources to any activity that is contrary to the Word of God
-Be used for personal gain
-Cause waste or abuse of any resource, we will be good stewards of God’s
The R.C. is located in the main church building next to the Pastor’s office. We’re brand new as of Sep 2019, so things are still under development.
We need your help
Anyone who has a great idea, suggestion, complaint, wants to donate something, would like to participate someway, thinking about starting a church activity, or whatever the Holy Spirit is moving you towards, contact the R.C. Facilitator: (Mr.) Jess “KJ” Kajiwara: (910) 922-7459. You can also provide information on the online form below, information will be confidential and the Resource Center Facilitator will facilitate further action. You can also provide information on the connect card during Sunday offerings.
-Links to helpful websites (these resources are not being promoted or not necessarily endorsed by Cliffdale Community Church):
https://biblehub.com/ helps you find things in the Bible and in different Bible translations
https://www.christianbook.com/ online Christian bookstore
http://worldbibles.org/ site provides links to bibles in over 4000 different languages
-Downloadable material of CCC membership classes:
If you are interested in becoming a member of Cliffdale
Community Church, you will need to take our classes so that
you’ll gain a better understanding of CCC and its principles.
Feel free to look over the material below, then contact Pastor Morris.
List of physical resources at the R.C.
Currently this is a work in progress… In the near future, CCC would like to have a “lending closet” which would have some furniture or tools that can be loaned out to those in need. If you’d like to donate items, contact the Resource Center (please only include serviceable items, we don’t want anyone getting hurt using something dangerous!).
The Resource Center has opened the Food Pantry to help those in our church and community that are in need. Our current food drive is called "Operation - You CAN Help!" We are currently accepting donations for the pantry. This food drive will go until the end of March.
Here is a list of items that CAN be donated to help those in need:
Canned meats, stews, soups...
Canned fruits and veggies (pop-top items are a plus!)
Peanut Butter, Rice, pasta, beans, oatmeal, cereal, granola bars
Paper products: toilet paper, napkins, plates, bowls, paper towels
Hygiene items ( toothpaste, feminine products, wipes, deodorant (men and women) )
Pet food (canned or small bags)
Nutrition drinks (Ensure...), Baby formula
PLEASE DO NOT DONATE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
Baby food (as per health regulations), formula is OK
Items expired WELL past their date
Large Bulk Items (e.g., 50 lb bags of rice...) please stick to family sized items
Jesus said, "you feed them" Luke 9:13 - All donations will go to the Second Harvest Food Bank
Hotlines & Points Of Contacts
Information posted is may not necessarily be endorsed by Cliffdale Community Church or its staff. If you have any contacts to add or suggestions, please contact the Resource Center facilitator, Jess Kajiwara:
-Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multi-racial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
https://www.fayaa.org/ provides schedules and locations for AA meetings.
AA hotline 910-578-6662
-CARE Center Family Violence Program (NC Dept. of Administration)
Hotline Crisis Hotline 910-677-2532
-Child Advocacy Center collaborates with community partners to respond to and prevent child abuse. 222 Rowan Street Fayetteville NC 28301.
-Rape Crisis of Cumberland County offers FREE, confidential services to any person whose life has been affected by sexual violence. Its mission is to achieve zero tolerance for the crime of sexual violence and to reduce its trauma.
Local 24-hour hotline: 910-485-7273
Mental health assistance:
-Cohen Veterans Network is a not-for-profit philanthropic network of mental health clinics serving veterans and military families. They can assist veterans and military families with PTSD, stress, grief, loss, children’s behavior problems, etc. If you don’t have insurance, treatment is free. Cohen is teamed up with Cape Fear Valley Health and the clinic is located at 3505 Village Drive in Fayetteville.
Monday 8am to 7pm
Tuesday 8am to 7pm
Wednesday 8am to 5pm
Thursday 8am to 7pm
Friday 8am to 2pm
Saturday 8am to 2pm
For emergencies call 911 or National Veterans Crisis Hotline: (800) 273-8255
-Suicide.org is a nonprofit organization founded by Kevin Caruso in 2004. It currently assists more than 3,000,000 people throughout the world each year. Its mission is to prevent suicides, support suicide survivors, and educate the public about suicide.
Need help now, call 911
Military Veterans Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
Spanish Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255 (Press 2)
Food & Shelter assistance:
-Fayetteville Area Operation Inasmuch is a Christian nonprofit organization. Since 2007, has served homeless and struggling people a hot, nourishing, home-cooked breakfast each weekday morning. After Breakfast, they provide a wide variety of human, health and educational services tailored to the needs of the homeless community. In addition, they also run the “Lodge”, which is a 40 bed men’s transitional shelter. The organization helps lead men back to the path God called them to walk. Thus far, dozens of men have gotten jobs, made professions of faith, and moved out into their own home. Lastly, for men who graduate the Lodge, there is “Frink Street” when a man goes through the phases in the Lodge and is ready to live on his own, he can rent one of our houses on Frink St. where he can slowly transition back to living independently.
-Salvation Army’s Pathway of Hope Shelter is located at: 245 Alexander St. Fayetteville, NC is an emergency shelter serving single men and families with children. They will serve residents for 90 days-providing them with free meals each day, a safe environment to reside and case management services to assist in obtaining self-sufficiency.
-The Hope Center Women’s Shelter (ran by True Vine Ministries’) located in downtown Fayetteville at 913 Person Street, is a 21-bed facility that shelters the city’s homeless women, seven days a week, 365 days a year, from 6 p.m. until 7 a.m. the next morning. The Hope Center offers the ladies the use of its computer lab to allow our guest an opportunity to search for jobs, look for permanent housing or attend online classes. The center also provides a shower and laundry facility. Additionally, our guests also receive a hot dinner meal. All of these are given free of charge.
Contact Kenneth Hartley 910-364-2981 or
Marriage Counseling/Spiritual matters:
-NC 2-1-1 is an information and referral service provided by United Way of North Carolina. Accessible via an easy-to-remember, three-digit number, families and individuals can call to obtain free and confidential information on health and human services and resources within their community. Available 24/7, 365 days a year. Dialing 211 is free, confidential, and available in most languages. They will direct you to organizations near your location that are best suited to help with your specific health and human services needs including food, shelter, rent payment assistance, energy assistance, housing, parenting resources, healthcare, substance abuse, as well as specific resources for older adults and for persons with disabilities, and much more.
For assistance dial: 211 (note: 211 may not work for those that have a hearing amplifying system on their phones or on some cellphone services. You can also call using 1 (888) 892-1162 or use their web site.