At CCC, you will see and hear these words often; they are a great reminder of our Mission – “help people discover a full life.” Everyone wants to Live Fully…the overwhelmingly good news of the gospel story is that we received that life as a gift from God, not through our best effort. This gift is the pathway to the fullness of life in every way.
It’s easy to come up with reasons not to go to church. Our lives are busy, and churches can be boring, irrelevant, and judgmental. We understand – and we’ve been there too! Cape Cod Church is meant for you – it’s a place to explore faith, connect with others, and be inspired. You’ll experience great music, hear thoughtful messages that make sense and are relevant to your own life, and will help you grow, and you will be surrounded by people who are just like you!
“Live Fully” is not just a slogan or a motivational speech. It is a calling – an invitation to a journey with Jesus. Welcome to the journey!
“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.” (John 10:10b)
This idea of “Living Fully” is often communicated in 5 ways, known as the 5 purposes. Click HERE to learn more about what it means to Live Fully!
In 2020 as the Covd19 pandemic took hold across America, Cape Cod Church began expanding our digital and online presence to meet people where they were at. Today we hold both in-person and online services each week. In this new networked age, we have increased opportunities to connect online and we often meet visitors for the first time at one of our online services. Many small groups, and growth opportunities are online or offered in hybrid fashion. All of this means that no matter where you are at, you can connect with Cape Cod Church!
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Starting with just two people in 1992, Cape Cod Church has quickly grown to serve over 3000 families, with over 1000 attending one of our 2 services each Sunday. Located on Cape Cod (in Falmouth, Massachusetts), Cape Cod Church is roughly 60 minutes south of Boston, and easily accessible to the towns of the Upper Cape and Mid Cape areas as well as the towns over both bridges.
We are a church on a mission – a mission “To Inspire People to Live FULLY for God.” This mission emanates from our core beliefs and permeates everything we do – especially our Sunday services, where we integrate modern worship music with relevant, powerful, Biblical teaching designed to transform lives and bring purpose to our day-to-day existence.
Founded in 1992 as a Baptist Church by Pastor Ben Feldott and his wife, Tammy, when they were both just 23 years old, Cape Cod Church began in an office building. Five years after its founding, God opened the door for the next step and a facility of their own for the 30-person congregation. They pulled together resources and purchased the one-acre plot of land where the church would spend the next 17 years. As soon as the steeple was placed atop the church building, attendance began to surge. In 2000, a 230-seat auditorium was added to accommodate the growing attendance. Following that, a 2nd and then a 3rd service were added, and in 2005, a satellite parking lot complete with shuttle bus service. In 2009, having outgrown the Rt. 28 location the search for a new location began, culminating in the purchase of 10 acres of land strategically located on Rt. 151 in East Falmouth, directly across from the county fairgrounds.
In the spring of 2014, after five years of strategic planning and construction, Cape Cod Church moved to our current facilities at 1205 Nathan Ellis Highway (Rt 151). Equipped with a 1,000-seat auditorium, gathering and community spaces, and room for hundreds of children and youth, the new facility has created a permanent home for Cape Cod Church and a beautiful new landmark for the community.
Cape Cod Church has been blessed with a growing, active and diverse congregation from all walks of life, with hundreds serving in ministry and connecting through small groups. With an average adult age of 37, we are largely a congregation of young families (with lots of kids around!), but we go out of our way to ensure that all who walk through our doors feel welcome. Due to Cape Cod’s destination status we are also privileged to welcome people from metro Boston, across New England, and around the USA.