We welcome you wholeheartedly!
We currently have options for remote and in person worship.Join us REMOTELY.
Extraordinary Ventures Event Center
200 S. Elliott Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Prayer: 9:10 a.m.
Sunday School: 9:30 a.m.
Worship Service: 10:45 a.m.
The flow of Christian worship is God coming to his people in Christ and the beauty of Christ drawing his people up to him, returning everything as a sweet aroma of praise to God. During the sermon, the preacher is not the performer nor the audience the congregation. The audience is God and the performer is God's people as they lift their hearts in harmonious praise under the direction of a faithful preacher who follows the score of God's word.continue reading
If you have further questions, please contact us or come see us at worship on Sunday at 10:45 a.m.
Want to learn more about CCC and how you can get connected? Browse our website to see how the Lord is at work in our church to serve our congregation and community for his glory.
Our trained and energetic teaching teams use engaging and theologically rich scoped and sequenced curricula to help children grow in Christ. Many families love the memory work throughout the week that helps provide a lifelong foundation for wise, gospel-centered living. Visit our Children’s Ministry page to learn more.
Adults also meet to study and discuss biblical, systematic, and practical theology. Visit our Adult Christian Education page to learn more.
PARENTS OF INFANTS AND TODDLERS
Children of any age are always welcome in our corporate worship service; yet we understand that many parents appreciate a church nursery. We are moving toward restarting our nursery, and will do so as the pandemic abates. We currently have a “Comfort Room” with age space for toddlers to play and a speaker so you can still hear the sermon. Please email Rachel, our Children’s Director, if you have any questions or suggestions for this as we continue to seek ways to come alongside parents.
Children ages 2–6 may attend In-Person Children’s Worship (with safety protocols in place), during the Sunday morning worship service.