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WORSHIP SERVICE

VISIT US THIS SUNDAY AT 11AM

Everyone is welcome at our church! Our desire is to worship God and to give Him all the glory for He alone is worthy. We cherish the gospel more than anything else in this life and we want to see it spread to more people. We want to live as obedient disciples of Jesus Christ and to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow after Him. We seek to love one another, serve one another and our community, and to grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Please come join us.



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WE LOVE THAT YOU'RE HERE, AND INTERESTED IN OUR CHURCH. YET, MORE IMPORTANTLY, IT IS OUR PRAYER THAT THIS WEBSITE SERVES AS TOOL TO POINT YOU TO A RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD THROUGH HIS ONE AND ONLY SON, THE LORD JESUS CHRIST.

Our mission statement: 

(how we make disciples in the church)


"Worshipping God, Growing spiritually,

Serving others, Inviting friends"​​​​​​​

On Sunday morning at 11:00 A.M. our Worship Celebration experience springs from the solid center of the biblical texts. Each song, spiritual song, and hymn chosen from contemporary praise & worship songs and the great hymns of the faith, is rooted in and chosen for its relevance to the Biblical Message for each Sunday.



Meet Me In The Middle

Every Wednesday night at 6pm our church provides a FREE dinner to anyone and everyone in the community. After dinner, we offer Bible studies for all ages. Please come and meet us in the middle of your week.

Kids

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Kids are welcome at CCC. We teach them about the life of Jesus and the Bible, while digging into some games and arts and crafts. See our ministries page for more info.

Adult Bible Studies

We take seriously the study of God's Word to GROW in Christ. To that end, we offer Bible studies on Sunday morning (9:30am) and Wednesday morning (10am) and evening (7pm). For more details, see our ministries page. "I have hidden Your Word in my heart that I might not sin against You" (Psalm 119:11).