Who We Are

 

Our Mission

To make disciples of Jesus Christ.

 

Our Vision

To be a body of growing disciples who impact Cape Cod and the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

 
 

Our Values

To have the life and power of Jesus Christ among us, by His Word and Spirit, with a Good News message for our neighbors and for the world.

 

CAPE COD BIBLE ALLIANCE IS A

We are a Christ-Centered, Acts 1:8 Family.

We are affiliated with The Christian & Missionary Alliance (C&MA).

To find out more about the C&MA, click here.


Our Team

 
 
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Rev. Steven Trudel

LEAD PASTOR

In the Fall of 2013, Steve began his first full-time ministry position as Assistant Pastor here at CCBAC.  On March 5, 2017, Pastor Steve was installed as Lead Pastor.  He married Alison in our church in 1994 and has felt blessed to be a part of our church family ever since.  After owning a painting company for over fifteen years, Steve heard a call from the Lord to prepare for full-time ministry, and in 2010, Steve and Alison, along with his four children found themselves living at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary where Steve pursued his Master of Divinity degree.  Upon graduation in 2013, the entire family’s testimony was one of profound gratitude for the Lord’s faithfulness and a deep sense of expectancy for what the Lord had for them next, and it was with amazement that they watched the Lord open the door for Steve to join our staff here at CCBAC.

Steve’s greatest passion in life is following Jesus, studying and proclaiming His Word and seeing the Lord at work in the life of His people both locally and to the ends of the earth.  Steve loves the Cape and you may find him on occasion wading its shores in pursuit of striped bass or warming himself in its sand with his family. Steve, his wife Alison, and their four children live in Brewster.

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Billy Honeck

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Billy is currently serving at CCBAC as an ALME (Alliance Licensed Ministry Experience) Apprentice. He will be with CCBAC for a few years as he completes his ALME. He will be doing a variety of different things at the church over the next few years. His desire is to work overseas as an International Worker with the Christian & Missionary Alliance.

He recently has graduated from Crown College in Minnesota with his BA in International Studies with a concentration in Cross-Cultural Ministry. He has also been able to be an intern at the National Office for the C&MA in Colorado Springs with Envision. He is now looking to serve long-term with the C&MA. He is originally from Texas, but you would never guess that is where he is from if you were to meet him for the first time. He loves languages, travelling and has a passion for missions. He loves the city and is excited to explore the Cape, the Boston area and the rest of New England while he is here.

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Paula Peden

OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

Paula grew up in Maryland and in 1992 she made the move to the Cape. She started attending CCBAC with her husband John and daughter in 1999. For 15 years Paula has worked for the church as an administrative assistant supporting the pastors and church activities.

Paula has a deep passion for serving others through ministry. She is heavily involved in the music ministry so you may see her many Sunday’s up front leading worship.

Paula enjoys spending time with her family and going to the beaches on Cape Cod.

 

Our History

Our church was incorporated in 1978 by a group that had been meeting together for Bible study and to form a church. One of the members of that group was a daughter of Alliance missionaries who suggested they contact the New England District of the C&MA. Myron Heckman was called as Pastor shortly thereafter. He was supported by New England Home Missions for three years, with the church assuming increasing financial support over that time. 

After ten years of renting, a first church building was constructed in 1987, and expanded in 1997. In November of 2012, the church was burned to the foundation by an arson fire. The arsonist had no connection of the church and was convicted and sentenced in 2014. A new church building was built in the same, but expanded, location and began holding services in the spring of 2016.  

The church has supported New England Church planting and the Great Commission Fund (worldwide missions) from its beginning. Over the past ten years it has given over $1,000,000 to Great Commission ministries. That includes our support for a church partnership to start a church and construct a building in the village of Cana Segura, Dominican Republic. We have had inter-generational teams go at least once a year to do ministry with the church.