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At Christ Community Church, children are not the “church of the future”, they are a part of the church now. Therefore, we take seriously the call to disciple them and lay a solid foundation in their faith that will grow with them all their lives. We use age appropriate curriculum that teaches little ones systematic, as well as biblical theology. We use The Gospel Project for kids for children's Sunday curriculum. We want our children to see the beautiful character of God and His amazing plan of redemption. We also have an Awana ministry on Wednesday nights to help teach Scripture memorization.

During our 9:00 am Service:
Room 108 for newborns-23 months
Room 107 for preschool

During our 10:45 am Service:
Room 108 for newborns-23 months
Room 107 for preschool
Children’s Worship and Classes
Room 203 for Kindergarten & 1st grade
Room 204 for 2nd & 3rd grades
Room 205 for 4th & 5th grades.


 Wednesday night  from 6:30 - 8 pm.


At Christ Community Church, we count it a privilege to offer this program to families in our church and community. This night is all about helping families in our church and community as they raise their children to know, love and enjoy God. Christ Community offers three separate Awana Clubs on Wednesday nights from 6:30 - 8:00 pm— Cubbies (Pre-K), Sparks (K-2nd) and Truth & Training (3rd-6th). Bible memorization is the heart of the program. Our evening is action packed with handbook time, Bible study, prayer, games, snacks, awards, and LOTS OF FUN!

Register here.
Volunteers fill form here.

Awana Calendar
Parent Handbook

Friday night is our American Heritage Girls program, from 6:45 - 8:45 pm.
American Heritage Girls is the premier national character development organization for girls ages 5-18 that embraces Christian values and encourages family involvement.


July 8-12, 2019
6:00 - 8:15 pm
Kids preschool (3 yrs) to entering 6th grade.


Wouldn’t it be amazing to travel back in time and witness epic events in history? Imagine the thrill of meeting great heroes of the faith like Abraham, Moses, or Gideon. Or the fun of experiencing life in ancient cultures like Rome. Or the fascination of watching famous inventors make discoveries that change the world. Now imagine traveling through time and meeting the most important man ever—a man who was not just a man, but also God. One who turned the world upside-down. One who existed outside of time.