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Sunday Worship Service – 10:00 am

We view our Sunday worship service as the most important gathering of the church body. Although many other activities take place during the week, our service and educational hour are a “touch-point” of worship, fellowship, and instruction for our body. Because of the unique demographics of the area, the church includes many who travel and thus we find that our Sunday gatherings take on a vital role in the life of the church. We seek to craft God-centered, Christ-exalting, Scripture-saturated worship experience so as to lead the body toward a passion for God and His glory. We usually follow a theme from start to finish, with each element chosen to complete a package that is theologically sound, inspirational, and practical. As in many churches, tastes in music style vary widely. Thus, our singing is a combination of lyrically solid music from both the past and present, put into fresh arrangements that resonate to a multi-generational congregation.

What to Wear - Many people who attend CBC dress casually, while others choose to dress up a little. Come dressed however you feel comfortable to worship with us. We are more interested in having you with us than what you are wearing.

Communion - Every 1st Sunday of the Month

The ordinance of communion (The Lord’s Table) is a sacred time of corporate reflection on the sufferings and sacrifice of our Lord Jesus.  Our communion table is open to all who have genuinely placed their faith in Christ alone for salvation, regardless of church membership or affiliation.  Parents are asked to ensure that children who partake have trusted Christ as their Savior and Lord and have an understanding of what communion symbolizes.  

Baptism - Resurrection Sunday and in the summer or as required 

  • We follow Christ’s example (Matthew 3:14-16; Mark 1:9-10).
  • We are obedient to Christ and the command to be baptized (Matthew 28:19-20; Acts 2:38).
  • Only one person in the NT that was not baptized—The thief on the Cross was not baptized but Jesus said, “Truly, I say to you, today you will be with me in Paradise." (Luke 23:40-43). While baptism is not salvific it is significant. Therefore, we recognize the important premise this sets for all believers to be baptized.  We also see the important significance it brings to our faith and the close connection it has with salvation (Mark 16:16). 
  • We identify with Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection (Rom. 6:3-4; Col 2:12).
  • We recognize it is symbolic of one’s death and burial of the old self, and resurrection to a new life (Romans 6:4-6; 2 Corinthians 5:17)
  • We realize that through baptism we “put on” Christ and are identified with other believers (Galatians 3:26-27).