Center City is a multi-ethnic fellowship of believers in the Lordship of Jesus Christ. Our greatest desire is to know Christ and be conformed to His image by the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not a denominational church, nor are we opposed to denominations, as such. We believe the true basis of Christian fellowship is God's love, which is greater than our differences.
corporate Prayer 9:00 AM
Please note: childcare is not provided for the prayer, but children are welcome to join their parents in the prayer time.
MAIN SERVICE AT 10:00 AM
Sunday morning service is at 10:00 A.M. in the main sanctuary, and focuses primarily on the preaching of the Word. We are currently featuring an expositional study through the book of Ephesians. Nursery Care and Sunday School are provided during our morning services for ages 0-11 yrs. old. If you prefer to keep your child(ren) with you in the sanctuary, you are permitted to do so as well.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
WHAT'S AVAILABLE FOR MY CHILDREN?
We know that as a parent you need to be sure that your children are in a safe, loving and learning environment. Here at Calvary Chapel we provide exactly that! Our belief is that in order to be an effective children's minister, you have to be a healthy Christian, in love with Jesus Christ, His word and His people. Each Sunday school class has a teacher and at least one assistant to ensure that every child is cared for.
We also allow children in the sanctuary for those that feel more comfortable to keep their children with them during service. We just ask that if your child(ren) get fussy that you step out for a moment to calm them so not to be a distraction to the CONGERGATION.
HOW SHOULD I DRESS FOR CHURCH?
We are more concerned with you meeting with God and being built up in the faith than what you wear. Although some people wear jackets and ties on Sunday mornings, most of the congregation dresses casually...slacks, Jeans, dress shirts, t-shirts, sandals, shoes, etc..
WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT IN THE CHURCH SERVICE?
The service begins with a time of heart felt worship, followed by greeting, and a practical Biblical message that will help you deal with real life issues. Most services close with a time of communion and announcements, followed by free refreshments, snacks and fellowship.