Church of Christ Commissioned Compassion

Providing Care for those that need it most.





T he Church of Christ Commissioned Compassion (CCCC) with its connected religious facility housing units was formed as a non-denominational organization to fill an unmet need in the community by providing disadvantaged people, who cannot afford to maintain a full-sized church building individually, information about and access to suitable facilities in which to hold services, study programs and have living accommodations that are typically denied to a homeless population. Other community organizations and individuals can also use CCCC facilities if their goals do not conflict with the CCCC purpose and mission.

It is the CCCC mission to support organizations and individuals who agree:

Through the responsible use of free will, we create our own path in the world which gives our lives and the lives of others meaning while maintaining that Jesus Christ is the only true doctrine.

Humankind is imbued with fundamental rights and freedoms including freedom of expression, freedom of association, freedom of thought, freedom to maintain privacy, freedom to live in peace and safety, freedom of action as long as that action does not interfere with the fundamental rights of others.

Government exists solely to establish justice, protect the peace, guard fundamental rights, and provide regulation only when necessary to preserve the aforementioned.

Individuals must respect the beliefs of others provided those beliefs are not formed arbitrarily, are not falsely claimed merely to be provocative, are based in reason and do not violate the other doctrines listed.

The Church of Christ Commissioned Compassion religious facility houses support education and understanding through social activities and interactions because these  are beneficial to all communities and this interaction may take the form of  lectures, workshops, worship services and community meetings that provide a religious, charitable, scientific, literary, educational purpose or encourage the defense of human and civil rights secured by law or related purposes.

Events that meet this criteria or related purposes approved by the spiritual manager(s) and that meet our minimum requirements for reservations may apply to use our resources.

The CCCC pastoral preparation program consists of 12 weeks of Bible Training (Dake’s Bible utilized primarily); Basic Social Skills; Ohio Revised Code as it relates to Clergy; Ethics and Equality.  A certificate of ordination is issued upon completion.




For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, 36 I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.’

Matthew 25:35