Visiting CCC



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Are You Planning a Visit to CCC?

We know it may not be easy visiting a new church. Whether you are new to church or new to this particular church the questions are often the same. Below you’ll find the answers to some frequently asked questions. We look forward to seeing you Sunday at 10am!

Everyone is welcome to join us for worship.

Basic Information:

What time is church? Our Sunday morning worship service is at 10 AM every Sunday, and is usually an hour long.

Bible Study: Sunday mornings at 9 AM there is a bible study. We read scripture together and then discuss. 

Where should I park? We have two parking lots at church. Feel free to park in either one.

Accessibility? Yes, this is important to us. When parking, please feel free to park nearest to the church. There are two handicapped parking spots. There are no stairs into or inside the church. This provides easy access for everyone!

What is there to do after church? Join us in the Narthex (Lobby) for a cup of tea, coffee, and a snack after worship! This is the best opportunity to get acquainted. Everyone at CCC remembers what it was like visiting the church for the first time. This is a good time to meet members of the congregation, enjoy fellowship, and ask questions.

What is the dress code? Every week you will find people in jeans, shorts, people in dresses or suits and ties. We don’t care what you wear, as long as you’re here.

Worship Service

How do I know what’s going on during the service? When you enter church, the greeters will hand you a bulletin, which lists the order of worship for that service. It contains the text of prayers, and lists the hymns we will be singing. You will find the hymns in the hymnals in the white cubicles at the back of the church.


Who may take Communion? All who confess faith in Jesus Christ as their Savior and Lord are welcome to participate in communion. We receive communion once a month, usually on the first Sunday. In an effort to be all-inclusive, we serve non-alcoholic grape juice and bread. On days when communion is served, those who are unable to come forward may signal the pastor and be served in their chair. Children may partake of communion if parents approve.