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What to expect

You can expect to hear a compelling sermon instilled with a strong Biblical foundation and a focus on the Gospel. You can also expect engaging songs aimed at glorifying God and inspiring people, dynamic stories and testimonies, and a multimedia experience to support the message. We value truth over trend, authenticity over performance, relationship over results, excellence over perfection, relevance over tradition, creativity over complacency, and Christ above all else.
At CCCS, there are two reasons we wear nametags every Sunday. First, we want to connect with you and call you by name. As a guest, it is your option if you would like a nametag although you will be encouraged to have one, you won’t be pressured. Second, nametags are part of our security system with children’s check in. It allows us to make sure parents and kids are reconnected after the children’s programs. When you are ready, you can go to the Welcome Center/Children’s Check in and we will make your nametags so we can know your name and better protect your kids.
Whether you come in a three-piece suit or jeans and a t-shirt, there is no dress code for our worship services–we just want to see you here! We do ask that your clothing choice is respectful of others regarding modesty and not distracting to anyone’s worship experience.
Please allow enough time to navigate our parking, check your kids into the children’s programs (if needed), and find a seat before the service begins. Services begin at 8:30am and 10:45am. Coffee fellowship time is between services from 10-10:30am on the second floor balcony.
We have specific ministries and programs designed for all ages. Children, 3 months through grade 5, have programming available to them during both Sunday worship services times and also on Wednesday Bible Study Nights. More information about our Children’s Ministry can be found here. Students in middle school, and high school also have programming available to them at varying times. More information regarding Student Ministry can be found here.

Sunday Services
8:30 a.m & 10:45 a.m.

Our Sunday morning services seek to authentically relate to God through meaningful, contemporary music and biblically based teaching. Dress is very informal.

  • Connector.

    We invite you to our Welcome Center located in the main lobby. You will find friendly folks there to greet you. This is a wonderful place for you to ask questions and find out more about our church. They will also help register your children.

  • Connector.

    If you have children aged birth through Kindergarten, we invite you to take them to the nursery on the left side of the main lobby. If you have children 3 to Kindergarten of age, our Welcome Center volunteers will help you find our preschool area. If you have children in 1st grade through 6th grade, they will join you in our worship area during the first part of our worship service. We dismiss these children to go to our JumpStart area following our time of communion. If you have no children, we invite you to proceed to our worship area.

  • Connector.

    Teens (7th-12th grades) join adults in our worship services unless they are serving in one of our ministries on Sunday morning.

Children’s Check-in

The safety of your child while in our care is of great importance to us.

In order for your child to attend any of our children’s programming on Sunday mornings or Wednesday nights, you will need to check in your child by filling out some brief paperwork and get nametags. You can stop at the Welcome Center/Children’s Check-in desk in the main foyer to complete the process.

  • A parent or guardian must sign in each child. Every child/parent must have a name tag with a matching family #. You will find your name tags each week in the racks on the right wall as you enter the lobby from outside.
  • If you are here for the first time or a visitor, you can sign yourself and your child in at the Welcome Center which is in front of the center wall as you enter the lobby from the outside.
  • We will release your child only to the adult which has the matching number of the child on their name tag.
  •  If your child needs you during the service, your family # will appear on the screens at the front of the worship area.
  •  Unless you direct otherwise, your child will receive a snack (Nursery-Goldfish or Cheerios, 3yrs-Kindergarten- Goldfish or Animal Crackers) and water. We will pay careful attention to what allergies your child may have, and we will limit the snacks so as not to spoil their appetites. Any children who cannot eat one of the snacks above are welcome to bring a small snack with them to class. Anytime a special treat is provided parents will be notified by the teacher.
  • If your child has any special needs including potty training and allergies please notify their teacher.
  • It is very helpful if you take your child to the bathroom prior to dropping them off at class.
Children in this age group are dismissed to classes on the 1st Sunday after communion by the JumpStart slide on the screen, parents/guardians are welcome to walk their children to class. Every child/parent must have a name tag with a matching family #. You will find your name tags each week in the racks on the right wall as you enter the lobby from outside.

  • At the end of service please collect your children, Tween children (5-6th Grade) do not need to be picked up, the teacher will dismiss them at the end of class.
  • If you are here for the first time or a visitor, you can sign yourself and your child in at the Welcome Center which is in front of the center wall as you enter the lobby from the outside. We will release your child only to the adult which has the matching number of the child on their name tag.
  • If your child needs you during the service, your family # will appear on the screens at the front of the worship area.
  • If your child has any special needs including potty training and allergies please notify their teacher.
  • It is very helpful if you take your child to the bathroom prior to service.
Contact us with any questions