Photo: Levi Portillo

Cache Community Connections

A Civic and Interfaith Council

The CCC’s Purpose is... to respond to the essential interconnectedness of all Cache Valley’s residents. to dispel myths related to our various faiths and/or ethnicity. to encourage and support community activities that are, by their very nature, religiously and culturally unifying. to engage in educational activities designed to increase community awareness of and respect for religious and cultural diversity. to share our experiences in the CCC with the larger community of children, youth and adults.

About Us

Cache Community Connections (CCC) is composed of a group of interfaith religious and civic leaders….


See what the Logan Tabernacle Interfaith Events Committee is planning.
home page connecting neighbors

Connecting Neighbors

Watch our community interview series.

Origins of CCC

Revisit the founding of CCC with this new interview series.

A Cache Valley Christmas Concert

Are you ready for a special holiday experience? The CCC Logan Tabernacle Concert and Lecture Series Committee is excited to announce A Cache Valley Christmas Concert! The link to the performance will be available right here on our website starting December 17 at 6pm! The concert will be available only until January 4.

We’ve missed seeing you at the usual holiday concerts (especially the one that benefits the Cache Community Food Pantry!), but until we can meet again, we wish you a wonderful holiday season.

Featured local musicians for A Cache Valley Christmas Concert include:
Craig Mecham | Cristina Edlund & Irv Nelson | Relative Voices | Grupo Diamante (Espino Family) | CV Good Times Marching Band | Karla Axtell | Sadie Mortenson | Bear River Ramblers | Broadbent Family | Major Family Ranch Hands Band | Cache Children’s Choir | Westminster Bell Choir | USU Chorale & USU Chamber Singers 

Community Rakes and Shovels service now available

At a CCC meeting a few months ago, we were brainstorming community-wide initiatives that we could encourage everyone in Cache Valley to support. It soon came up that there is a pressing need for community members who are senior citizens or who live with disabilities to get connected to snow shoveling services.

We’ve officially launched a partnership between CCC and the USU Val R. Christensen Service Center to coordinate volunteers who can rake leaves and shovel snow for Cache Valley community members who request either service. All information can be found on this page: Both forms are on secure platforms.

In addition to instructions regarding COVID-19 precautionary measures, volunteers can find a registration form to offer their services and residents can find a service request form. We encourage everyone to keep this as much of a contactless service as possible, using the phone if contact is needed.

Questions can be directed to Nelda in the Service Center at 435-797-1740 or [email protected].

Here’s a flyer asking for volunteers that you can download (PDF) crs-volunteer-letter-size

Here’s a flyer calling for service requests from residents that you can download (PDF) crs-resident-letter-size

Thanks to UPR for the article!


Valley-wide Food Drive

Click the link below to download a PDF of this letter!

Are you looking for an initiative that can unite your organization in a common goal, while still maintaining physical distance? Organize a food drive to benefit the Cache Community Food Pantry! Here are some materials to get you started, including an informational letter and a fill-able PDF that you can put your group’s information in. We’re aiming for November 30 through December 5 as drop-off dates (December 5 is a special drop-off Saturday!), but the pantry will accept donations throughout the holidays.

And please note, often the pantry can stretch a dollar further than the average consumer can (with their tax exempt status and wholesale accounts), so if your drive includes financial contributions, all the better!

Dear Cache Valley Letter PDF