Together again

C3 is meeting IN PERSON and ONLINE!
Plan your Visit


We are holding services BOTH in-person and online!

Our services are at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Our Online experience is the same as what you see in-person, but from the comfort of your own couch!

Masks are recommended at all in-person services.  If you prefer more social distance, choose our East venue, which is open during the 10:30am service time.  


All C3 Kids programs (infants – 3rd grade) are open! 

In C3 Kids we are doing our best to create safe spaces through social distancing and increased cleaning practices. Masks are recommended for ages 5 and above.

For those not ready to meet in person, we have weekly videos and downloadable discussion guides available on our website.



The Mix is for kids in grade 4th-6th and meets in the North venue on Sunday mornings during both services. Masks are recommended.

For those not ready to meet in person, we have weekly videos and downloadable discussion guides available on our website.


Every Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. for students in 6th-12th grade! Masks are recommended. Enter through the double doors on the EAST side of our building to check in.


What precautions are you taking?

The health and safety of our C3 family is extremely important! Here is what you can expect:

  • Hand sanitizer stations are placed throughout the building.
  • Our facilities team is working extra-hard to make sure public areas are sanitized frequently.
  • Masks are recommended for all staff and volunteers.
Do I need a reservation to attend services?

No, but plan to arrive early so you can get a seat in your desired location.  If you prefer more social distance, choose the East venue, 10:30am service.

Anything Else I Should Know?

WE are the church. The church is not a building, and the church never closed! We never closed our doors, but opened them wider to the whole world when our services went completely virtual.

We are so excited to be meeting in person! Let’s continue to be graceful with each other and gather as brothers and sisters in Jesus.

Remember, you can be Christian AND have differing ideas. But as Christians, we stand together because there’s something we agree on far more than the things that we disagree on – we agree that Jesus is King of Kings. We encourage everyone to treat each other with kindness and refrain from arguing over non-salvation issues.

Still have questions? Contact us

Adam Hrebeniuk
Executive Pastor

Scott Rainsberry
Strategic Leader,
Family Ministries


Aaron Clow
Strategic Leader, Outreach
& Next Steps