What Time Should I Arrive?

Try to arrive a few minutes before your service time so you have plenty of time to park and decide where you'd like to sit. 

Coronavirus Precautions

Due to Coronavirus, we encourage social distancing and being respectful of mask wearing. We provide hand sanitizer and disinfect seating areas between services. 

Where Do I Park?

First time visitor parking is in front of the church just outside the lobby doors to make it easy for you. There is parking in the front lot, the rear lot and on the street in front of the church

How Long Do Services Last?

Worship services last approximately 65 minutes

What Do You Do During Weekend Services?

Services include times of prayer, singing worship music and a sermon/message from the Bible. Sometimes there are videos, dramas, poetic readings, etc. to help us think about whatever the topic is for the day. Communion, the Lord's Supper, is celebrated at least once each month

Is There Coffee?

We serve complimentary Starbucks coffee at every service at CCC. It will be hot and ready when you arrive. We will also offer complimentary juice and water. Many weeks throughout the year we also offer fun snacks - all complimentary - to help you feel right at home

What Should I Wear?

Dress casually, dress up, that's totally up to you! We're a "come as you are" church. Most people dress casually and comfortably

Is There Anything For My Children?

Yes! We have a wonderful children's ministry for kids from birth through fifth grade. 

Check out our KIDZONE PAGE

Is There Anything For My Teens?

Yes, check out our YOUTH PAGE

What If I Don't Know Much About The Bible?

That's okay, we can help. We welcome people of all experience and knowledge levels about the Bible and the Christian faith. We will even provide you with a Bible if you don't already have one. Just ask one of our pastors. If you forget your Bible, there are always Bibles under the seat in front of you for your use during services

What Version Of The Bible Do You Use? 

Our pastor preaches from the English Standard Version (ESV) of the Bible, though many people in our church also use the New International Version (1984 Version), New King James Version and the New American Standard Bible