Why A Christian Car Club?
We believe the question you should be asking is "Why not". Although our members are all avid auto enthusiasts, we truly believe the car owner is more important and valuable than the car. It's all about people, friendship, faith, family and being there for each other. It's about purposely living out the great commission which is to spread the good news of what Christ has done to change lives for all eternity.
To be a positive witness and testimony for Jesus Christ, sharing God's love and His gospel with automotive enthusiasts.
"What We Do"
Present a positive Christian witness and testimony. Share God's Love. Offer the gospel of salvation. Provide inter-denominational chapel and worship services at various automotive events. Participate in and host Christian charitable events and activities.
Fellowship with other Christian automotive enthusiasts.
Hold up one another in prayer.
Produce quarterly newsletter and distribute to members and supporters.
Promote local chapter start ups as God leads and directs.
Family oriented organization with family activities at every club event.
Picnics, cruises and car shows throughout the year as club chapter activities.
Inter-chapter cruises, picnics and shows.
Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.
"Why We Do It"
To proclaim God's love and His gift of salvation
Minister to the saved and the unsaved at automotive events.
Demonstrate an alternative form of ministry
Hold Christian brothers and sisters up in prayer
To fulfill the great commission to witness and spread the gospel of Jesus Christ.
And He said to them "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature."
Use our vehicles and the automotive hobby to further God's Kingdom.
Work with event promoters and clubs to provide interdenominational chapel and worship services.
Provide new chapter start up information and assistance.
Share God's love at automotive events.
A volunteer ministry with financial support from members and fellow Christians.
Then He said to His disciples, "The harvest truly is plentiful but the laborers are few."