Here are the answers to some of the most often asked questions about Christ's Classic Cruisers (C3):
- What are the club's beliefs?
We believe in the Holy Trinity and that the Bible is the inspired word of the living God and only Jesus Christ (His Son) has the grace to save us from our sins.
- Is the club affiliated with a church or formal religion?
No, we are not associated with a specific church. Our members come from many different denominations.
- I don't own a car, but am interested in cars. Do I need to own a classic car in order to be a member?
No, you do not need to be a current owner of a classic vehicle. We welcome all who are interested in Christian fellowship and who have at least a passing interest in vehicles.
- Will I be required to share personal issues or lead in prayer?
No, we have leaders in the group that will lead discussion and prayer groups. However, if you are so inclined, you are more than welcome to share with the group.
- How often and when does the club meet?
We attempt to meet on the second Saturday of each month, October through May, and periodically during the summer months for automotive events.
- What is required for my participation?
A curiosity about becoming a Christian or being an established Christian, along with sharing time with fellow Christian automotive enthusiasts.
- Is there a fee or donation required?
There is no fee or donation required. We periodically will fund raise and a small optional request might be asked of our members.
- Does the club allow women to join the group?
We are and will continue to be a Christian men's organization, but can make special exceptions into consideration for individual events. Some of our special events are for the whole family.
- Can I bring a teenager or young man to the meetings?
Yes, we encourage you to bring young men and teenagers to the meetings so that they can witness a male Christian organization and listen to the Word of God.
- What are some planned events and outings for the club?
We attend local car shows as a group during the summer months where we display our vehicles and signage. During the winter months we take field trips to local automotive museums, customizers, and restoration shops.