Frequently Asked Questions
Can I attend if I’m ________?
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: I am divorced, a single parent, broke, broken, a skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome at Chester Christian Center!
Where do I go when I get there?
There are three doors where you can enter, A, B, and C. As you walk to the building, the greeting team will meet you and show you where to find the sanctuary, restrooms, and our kid’s check-in. If you need anything throughout the day —just ask anyone with a CCC lanyard. Let us know how we can serve you.
What should I wear?
Most people dress casually, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.
What can I expect during the service?
Our services last about an hour and 15 minutes. We start by singing three to four songs, then you’ll hear from a member of our staff. We generally give an opportunity for others to give their tithe and offerings mid service. To get a feel for our teaching style, check out some of our past messages. At the end of our time together, we end with reflection and a couple songs from our worship team. If you would like prayer, our ministry and prayer teams can pray with you after the message, generally after the first song (see James 5:14-16).
Do you have programs for kids?
Our CCC Kids Ministry reaches children fifth grade and younger in order to experience Jesus on their level. Please check your child in by door C at room #8. You child will get a name tag and you will receive a tag for pick up. Children under 2 will be in the Nursery (room #9), children 2 years old to 5 years old will be in Noah’s Ark (room #10) and children kindergarten to fifth grade will be upstairs in our Stand Kids children’s church (room #13). We provide a safe, age-appropriate environment where kids have their own service with singing, a Bible lesson, and small group time.
For nursing mothers and parents with small children, we have a designated room (room #12) where you can watch and hear the service through a glass wall for your privacy and convenience.