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A BRIDGE FOR COMMUNITY

Let’s be honest...explaining to others who we are as a church is not always an easy task.  With a name like “Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)”, you’ve said a mouthful, but you might find people looking at you like you haven’t clarified anything; or worse they may get the wrong impression.  I remember speaking with a woman about my church – upon hearing that we were part of the Christian Church (D.O.C.) she exclaimed, “that sounds like one of those ‘bible-thumping’ churches!  Are you one of those ‘bible-thumping’ churches?”  I explained that yes, we do believe in the Bible, but no, we probably are not the stereotypical ‘bible-thumping’ church that she is thinking of...read more

 

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1:30pm - Youth Building

 

 

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Worship Service Descriptions

8:30 A.M. - Traditional But Informal

Clothing is casual at this service. Our ministers do not wear their clerical robes and will preach from the floor. There is a time of open sharing of joys and concerns before prayer. An offering plate is stationed at the back of the sanctuary. Communion is served weekly by intinction (dipping bread into the chalice) after we gather around the chancel with one another. First time visitors receive a gift from FCC. This service lasts about an hour and generally worships between 50 and 70 people.

10:50 A.M. - Traditional

At this service, our chancel choir sings, an acolyte processes, and the ministers, choir and acolyte are in robes. We also offer a children's moment and Children Worship & Wonder. Communion is served weekly and served through the pews by deacons. An offering is collected by the deacons, as well. First time visitors receive a gift from FCC. This service lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes and generally worships between 120 - 170 people.

Please see our section about Worshiping with Children

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Special Services

Throughout the year, we also offer special services (please check with the church office to verify times).

Ash Wednesday - an evening service that begins the Lenten season and includes the imposition of ashes


Maundy Thursday - evening service the Thursday before Easter celebrating the Lord's Supper and the upper room.


Easter Sunrise - Celebratory worship in our Outdoor Worship Center on Easter morning (weather permitting).


Pentecost - the seventh Sunday after Easter, celebrated during our Sunday services.


Mother's Day
 -  special recognition and prayers offered to and for mothers during our Sunday services.


Father's Day - special recognition and prayers offered to and for fathers during our Sunday services.


All Saints Day - Celebrated the first Sunday in November during our regular Sunday services, we remember our church members who have passed away during the year and all of our loved ones who have preceded us in death.


Veteran's Day - special recognition and prayers offered to and for veterans during Sunday services.


Christmas Eve Early Service - a children-friendly service early in the evening on Christmas Eve.

Christmas Eve Candlelight Service - a late service on Christmas Eve with scripture and hymns, celebrated to welcome Christmas Day with one another.