It can be frightening visiting a new church. Or maybe you’ve never really been to church before. Either way, we want you to feel welcome at CBC!
There are many important factors to consider when choosing a new church home. Click here for some guidelines to help you: Choosing a New Church Home
We have our Discipleship Hour from 9:00-10:00. That’s an informal teaching time where you’d be more than welcome. Our Worship Service starts at 10:30, but please come join us at 10:00 for coffee, donuts, and a chance to meet some of the people at CBC.
There is no official dress code for our church! God is much more concerned with our hearts than with what we wear. Whether you want to wear a suit and tie, or you’d rather dress more informally, we’re happy to have you come and worship with us!
No problem! We would love to give you one.
We are very comfortable with kids! We know sitting still and being quiet in church is a learning curve, and we want to help you and your kids with that.
We provide kids’ bulletins for ages 3-11 that are designed to give them a mini version of the message, along with something to color and fill out. See an example here.
We have a room upstairs available for families who are in the process of teaching their children to sit still in church. This room is equipped with a video live stream of the service taking place in the sanctuary.
We also provide child care during the Worship Service for ages 0-3.
Yes! Our young people are welcome to come to everything CBC offers! We want our children and young people to witness other adults and their parents worshiping the Lord together during our Sunday morning Worship Service, and much of the teaching during these times is directed at our young people as well. We do have a special Discipleship Class series for children ages 3-11 that takes place during our adult Discipleship Hour each Sunday at 9 AM. We are currently going through the bible curriculum, “Generations of Grace” with the children of CBC.
For more information on this topic, please see the movie “Divided” or read the book, “A Weed in the Church” by Scott Brown.