18827 Roscoe Blvd.
Northridge, CA 91324
CCAC Official Website

Community Christian Alliance Church 

Making Disciples Who Make Disciples


Sunday Sermons

06-05-16        Has God Abandoned Us?
                        “Ultimate Justice”  Matthew 13:47-50                                   Senior Pastor David Clotfelter

06-12-16        "A Father's Reflections"  John 1:9-13                                   Senior Pastor David Clotfelter

06-19-16       “Walk Wisely: Redeem the Time”  Ephesians 5:15-16       Pastor Erick Loh

06-26-16       “Your Money: Well, About That…It’s Not Really Yours”      Pastor Tavi Jinariu

Special Events

Red Cross Blood Drive at CCAC

  • Sunday, July 10 from 8 AM to 2 PM in CE Building
  • Sign up: see flyer 
  • For questions, please contact Paul Blixt.

Family Matters Meeting and Meal for CCAC members

  • Sunday July 10 from 4 PM to 6:30 PM
  • Sign ups are needed so we will know how much food to provide and if childcare is needed.

Volunteer at Children’s Hunger Fund

  • Saturday, July 23 from 9 AM to 11 AM
  • At  Children's Hunger Fund, 13931 Balboa Blvd, Sylmar, CA 91342 
  • Need 100 volunteers (children are welcome) to work together and assemble Food Paks
  • Sign up:  SignUpGenius
  • For more details, contact Pablo Manguy

Please contact us for events details or for any questions.


Adult Sunday Seminar - July & August
"Second Wind: Serving God in Middle Age and Beyond"

  • An eight-week class beginning Sunday, July 10 taught by Senior Pastor David Clotfelter
  • 10:45 AM in CE Building, first floor
  • The class will be geared toward those 45 years old and up but all are welcome

Save the Date

CCAC Family Retreat
  • Forest Home Conference Center in Forest Falls, CA
  • Friday, August 12 to Sunday, August 14
  • Speaker: Richard Dahlstrom 
  • Click here for flyer
  • Please speak with Richard Yook with questions or contact us 


*Short-Term Missions Opportunities

*Mexico Caravans Ministries

Sunday, June 19 to Saturday, June 25
Contact Jonathan Kelber with questions or to register

*Joni & Friends Family Retreats

Join a team and serve a family affected by disability

Mission Springs - June 12 to June 17

Murrieta - July 11 to July 16
Contact Roger Joe or Catherine Cobb with questions

*Baja Build
Sunday, July 24 to Saturday, July 30
Contact Leland Gray for details


Growth Groups,

Men's Ministry, and Women's Ministry

  • Growth Groups are a key engine for spiritual growth at CCAC; come and meet new people!

Youth Ministry 

  • Mustard Seed - Junior High We meet weekly throughout the year and do lots of fun stuff (events, games, camps, retreats) and teach the Bible in a way that is clear, relevant and age appropriate.

Branching Out is a dynamic, energetic ministry that provides high schoolers with a safe, fun, comfortable environment to grow in their walk with Jesus Christ.

Children Ministry

  • Awana is an acrostic for "Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed," a title taken from II Timothy 2:15. Here at CCAC, the Awana program starts from three years old (preschool) to 5th grade.

  • M&M Children's Choir  

    The M&M Club stands for The Music & Ministry Club. The M&M Club aims, through the avenue of music, to instill in children desire to praise God, serve Him, and draw others to Him.



And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age.”   ~ Matthew 28:18-20 

CCAC Serving Opportunities

See where you can help in the PDF File

As each has received a gift,
use it to serve one another,

as good stewards of God's varied grace  

~1 Peter 4:10 

Modern Science and Christian Faith

A series of short videos discussing the relationship between modern science and Christian faith by Senior Pastor David Clotfelter; the special goal of the series is to help Christians learn to think critically about areas of apparent conflict between science and theology...