What to Expect
Thank you for visiting Country Club Christian Church’s web site. We would be happy to welcome you on a Sunday morning for worship, or for any of our special events. Here’s some information you might find helpful when you visit.
Country Club Christian Church offers three unique worship services:
9:01 a.m. – Service in the Sanctuary. A casual, family friendly, worship format that honors our traditional worship space while reaching people with a timely message for today. The service features a relaxed atmosphere and attire; ;ively and engaging music; families with children participating; a children’s blessing and moment for children before they depart to age-appropriate activities for the second half of the service; and a time of prayer and sermon in the second half will allow adults to be fully present and focus on God. This service is designed make it easy and comfortable for younger children to participate.
10:00 a.m. – Service in the Combs Chapel. This service is more intimate, featuring soloists instead of choirs.
11:00 a.m. – Service in the Sanctuary. The most traditional of the three services in terms of style, this service combines offering, communion, a sermon, hymnal songs and music by the Chancel Choir.
Communion, also known as the Lord’s Supper, is the commemoration of Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples. Communion is celebrated weekly at Country Club Christian Church, and all are invited to participate.
Childcare is available in the north wing of the church. Infants through 2-year-olds may be taken downstairs to the ground level, Rooms 17-21. Three-year-olds through 4th grade may be checked in at the Children’s Check In Station on the second floor.
A Moment for Children is part of the 11:00 a.m. service, after which children may leave the sanctuary and proceed to the appropriate room.
An Infant/Parent Room is located by the women’s restroom off the Parlor, for parents who need to rock, feed, or change a baby during worship. The service can be heard over the room’s speaker.
What to Wear
Walking through the door on Sunday, you’ll find some people are dressed very casually and others are dressed rather formally. We encourage you to come however you feel comfortable. Whether you’re in jeans or a suit, we’re happy to welcome you!
Hearing Devices and Mobility Assistance Carts are available. Please inquire at the church office. Parking for disabled individuals is available at the east and south entrances of the building. The elevator is located just inside the east entrance. If you have other special needs please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Parking is available in the lot behind the Combs Chapel north of the main building. In addition, on Sunday mornings parking is available in the east and west lanes of northbound Ward Parkway. You may also park along residential streets near the church. Cars parked on Ward Parkway and on residential streets should be moved by 12:30 p.m.
Parking for individuals with disabilities is available in lots on the east and south sides of the building.
How to Become a Member
We are excited to welcome you to the Country Club Christian Church family. The best way to begin your journey toward membership is by attending a Guest Information Luncheon. You’ll learn about our denomination, the history of our congregation and you’ll get to meet some of our staff and current members too. These luncheons are held every two months. New Members are welcomed into the life of the church every month on New Member Sundays. If you have further questions please schedule a time to talk with one of our ministers by contacting Barbara George or calling our church office at 816-333-4917. Our staff will be glad to answer any questions you have about the church and help you begin your faith journey.
9:01 on the LawnApril 25, 2019Our popular 9:01 service moves to the front lawn starting Sun., May 26. Join us in this beautiful worship space as we welcome guest musicians, share in communion, and hear a message of hope and grace.
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