Service Times

Sundays at 9:00 & 10:30 a.m.

We have a full worship band and all children are welcome to begin service with their families for praise and worship. Kingdom Kids Sunday School (Ages 3 years to 6th grade) and Nursery (Birth – 2 years) are available before and after praise and worship.

Come and Visit

You are always welcome to come check out our great and very welcoming church family!  You will be blessed if you want to be!  We are not a church of perfect people but rather a church of imperfect people with a perfect "God."

The Bible will keep you from sin, or sin will keep you from the Bible.



What about membership?

We would like all those considering membership to attend our membership class. We feel this is the first step of membership if you want to become an active participant in the mission of CCC.  Here we will cover church beliefs, values, mission and the membership covenant.


Why adult baptism?

Many people have questions about believer’s baptism. As modeled in the Bible, baptism was virtually the first thing a new Christ follower willfully did after responding in faith to the good news of Jesus. Baptism is an act of obedience, an outward sign of an inward conversion experience. Though some traditions practice the act of baptism differently, the Bible’s examples show that people were old enough to make a personal choice of faith, and then they were baptized by total submersion in the water.


What is the difference between infant baptism and child dedication?

Since infants cannot choose baptism, we offer an option for parents to dedicate their child to Christ. Here, parents commit to guide their child toward personally choosing a relationship with Christ. During our worship service, the pastor and congregation pray over the family as they make a public and personal promise to raise their child with godly principles.


Can I receive communion at CCC?

Communion is a time to reflect and remember what Christ did for us on the cross to forgive our sins. We offer communion the first Sunday of each month. Though you don’t have to be a member of CCC to receive communion, we ask that you’ve made a personal decision to follow Christ.


What denomination is CCC associated with?

Assemblies of God.



You have probably passed by our church many times and wondered what this place is all about. Our motto is “Come as You Are”. We really mean that! Wear your jeans, sandals or shorts. We also believe that we are all under construction spiritually, so you are welcome to come no matter where you are in your journey. Perhaps you haven’t gone to church in a while – the sermons were boring, the organ music put you to sleep, or you were always being asked to give money. Maybe you are ready to experience a new beginning. Maybe you feel a tugging on your heart to become a Christian – or at least to discover what this Christianity stuff is all about. 

Give CCC a try!

In our services, you will experience uplifting contemporary music and a casual, friendly atmosphere. Our band inspires us during Sunday services. You might have heard many of the songs on Christian radio. Everyone worships in their own way – for some it means singing, lifting their hands and clapping along, and for others it means quietly reflecting on the words. You are welcome to do whatever makes you feel most comfortable.

Our services are simple to follow. Each week, our senior pastor, Steve Larson, prepares a relevant, straightforward message based on Scripture. These messages are designed to be helpful in your everyday life. In the bulletin, you will find a sermon outline and note taking sheet.

Look for our host ministry team – identified by name tags- who are available to help you if you have any questions. After each service, our prayer partners will be in the front to pray with you if you desire. You may also write in any comments/concerns/prayer requests on the offering envelopes found on the seats and place it in the offering basket as it is passed. Our prayer team will then pray for you during the week.

During offering time, our visitors are reminded that they are not expected to give. This is an act of worship for our members and regular attendees, allowing them to thank God for all the great work He is doing in their lives.

We celebrate Holy Communion on the first Sunday of each month. All who are followers of Jesus Christ may participate. The elements are passed out row by row, and we ask that you hold the elements for us to all partake together.