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Weekly Fellowship:

MIDWEEK WORSHIP: Wednesdays 6:30pm – 7:45pm

THE WEEKEND GATHERING (Large Group Bible Study) : Sundays 9:30am

THE WEEKEND – We invite you to join us Sunday mornings at 9:30am for CBC Students Weekend Gathering! The Weekend gathering is a relaxed and relational environment where students can talk and discuss God’s word in the context of large group Bible study. We start things with some fun ice breaker games and then get into our study and discussion for the day. This is a great time to build new relationships and discover how God’s word relates to your everyday life!

What to expect:
When you enter the church building you will be in the welcome center. Look for the church info desk and let them know you are looking for the CBC Students Weekend Gathering, which is in Building C, just past the kids area. Once you arrive feel free to grab something to eat and enjoy some time talking, hanging out until we are ready to start! Hope to see you this Sunday at our Weekend gathering!

MIDWEEK – We invite you to join us Wednesday nights at 6:30pm for CBC Students Midweek Gathering! Midweek is a high energy, engaging and relational worship service just for students. Every Wednesday night we start the night with a funny video and a interactive/ messy game! Then we dive into our high energy worship time with our AWESOME student band. We cap off the night with a message from God’s word that is presented in a way that students of todays generation can really connect with!

What to expect:
When you enter the church building you will be in the welcome center. You want to proceed straight down the hall through the glass doors that lead you into the courtyard area. Once in the courtyard you will see a sign for our Next Gen Room. That’s the place to be! Once you arrive we invite you to grab some grub and make yourself at home. Then feel free to enjoy some time talking, hanging out, or playing games until we are ready to start! Hope to see you this Wednesday night at Midweek!




Loving God is the foundational commandment given to us through scripture. The heart’s position in the body yields an obvious metaphor as the center of our body. As beings transformed by grace, our desire to worship is the center of who we are as a church.


Loving our neighbor as ourself is counter cultural. Following the model of Christ to love one another means loving without conditions. Jesus states the world will know Him by our love for one another (John 13:35).


True disciples will continue to discover the greatest relationship ever created. As passionate followers of Christ, we will continue to bring others along the journey will us as we live out the great commission (Matt. 28:18-20).

CBC Students Team:

CBC Student's Pastor

Allen Flood

CBC Student’s Pastor
CBC Student Team Member

Lindsay Flood

CBC Student Team Member