1. There is no complicated liturgical program. Each worship service usually begins and ends with singing (we use contemporary music), with the Sunday message in between. Someone also comes up to tell people about how God has been working in their lives.
That’s it. We focus less on rituals and more on learning about God’s Word – how to understand it, and how to apply it to your life.
2. There is no dress code, no need to feel self-conscious. Just come as you are.
3. You are not obliged to give to the church. We don’t even pass around collection baskets during the service, so nobody feels forced. God would rather that you were cheerful about it (2 Corinthians 9:7).
When you do feel moved to give to the church, you’ll find a Tithes and Offerings box near each entrance. Or, you can give online.
4. Worshipers with special needs (e.g. in wheelchairs) have a reserved area in the Auditorium so that they can participate comfortably. Just ask an usher to show the way.
5. Parents with small infants have seats in the Infants’ Room on the fifth floor, where they can hear the word without worrying about disruptions.
6. We have different Sunday School classes for children of all ages. Toddlers have a safe place to play and learn on the fourth floor, while bigger kids will find their space on the third floor.
7. A qualified staff is standing by, should you need medical assistance during the Sunday activities.
8. We want you to feel at home, especially if you’re joining us for the first time. Come to CCF on Sunday, meet new people, and don’t be afraid to ask questions. We actually welcome them, just like we welcome you. After the service, you can go to the Mini-Theater on the fifth floor to ask for answers, prayer, and counseling.
See you around!