Sundays | 9 & 10:45 AM


No matter where you come from or whatever your past, you can join us in living a life beyond belief.

We hope that you will join us at CCC for one of our weekend worship services. Whoever you are, and regardless of your past, CCC is a place for you to experience life transformation. The information on this page was designed to help you as you plan your first visit to CCC. 


Service Times


Sunday Services

9 AM
Traditions / Worship Center

9 AM
Access / Gym

10:45 AM
Access / Worship Center


Ages 0–5th Grade
Sundays at 9 & 10:45 AM
Learn more


Middle School
Sundays at 10:45 AM / Learn more

High School
Sundays at 6 PM / Learn more

Thursdays at 8:08 PM / Learn more



What is Traditions?
Timeless hymns and songs of faith led by a spirited choir and orchestra.

What is Access in the Gym?
A simplified worship experience in a relaxed environment with a round-table setup.

What is Access in the Worship Center?
Powerful and engaging band-led worship in the Worship Center.


What Should I Expect?

What time should we get there?
It's a good idea to arrive about 15 minutes early. That way you'll have time to check your kids in at CCC Kids and grab a cup of coffee before heading into service.

What should I wear?
Feel free to wear whatever you’re comfortable in. Some people come in suits, others in shorts and a t-shirt. Most people dress casually.

Is there something for my kids?
Kids programming is available for children birth through fifth grade at each service time. Middle School large group meets at 10:45 AM in the Student Center.

How long do services last?
Our services typically last about 65 minutes.


Our Pastor

Pastor Mark & Kelle Ashton

Mark Ashton serves as the Lead Pastor of Christ Community Church. Mark began at CCC on April 1, 2006. He is passionate about taking the gospel to the least reached people, in the most difficult places on earth, where all of the odds are stacked against us.

Mark has been married to his college sweetheart, Kelle, for over 25 years. They have four children from high school to college age: Caleb, Caysie, Josiah, and Haiven.

Want us to meet you when you get here?


The Next Steps area in the Atrium is where you’ll find Start, Connect, and Serve. Here you can get information about the church as well as take a brief tour of our campus, find out how to get plugged into a smaller community group, or register for a three-week class that will help you discover what it means to be a Christian. 

To learn more, visit the Next Steps area in the Atrium after the 9 & 10:45 AM services.