What to Expect
What should you expect from a church plant, particularly Christ Church PCA?
In our church plant, or our baby church, there are people who are mature in their faith, people who are young in their faith, and people who are wondering what faith is. You should know that however you describe your faith, you are welcome here. Also, you should know that we have a simple approach to ministry. We are focused on proclaiming the Gospel message, while, worshiping and living together in a community, which is finding meaning for all of life in that Gospel message.
Where do you meet for worship?
Sunday morning worship services are held at the Trussville YMCA, located at 5920 Valley Road in Trussville. Please enter through the covered walkway on the side of the building. The rest of the week, you can find us at our office, located just off main street, at 106 South Chalkville Road.
What is the Sunday morning schedule?
We gather for a brief time of fellowship beginning at 8:45 and then move into Sunday school at 9:00 am. Our Sunday school lasts until 9:45, with morning worship starting at 10:00 am, and concluding by 11:15.
What will my kids do on Sunday mornings?
We have a nursery that will be offered during Sunday school and worship. This area will be divided into an infants and crawlers section, and a walkers section. Our children's Sunday school class is for kids in K-5th grade. The youth Sunday school is for 6th-12th graders. Regardless of their age, we seek to share the love of Jesus with the children and youth in all that we do.
What are your nursery policies?
Our nursery staff includes paid workers from outside agencies, and volunteers from within the church, all having undergone extensive background checks. At the nursery checkin station, we will have available copies of our Nursery Handbook, which will provide a more detailed description of our mission for the nursery, along with our nursery policies. We will also make available copies of our Nursery Worker and Volunteer Handbook, which lays out the policies and expectations for our workers and volunteers.
What is your worship like?
We thought you might ask that question. That is why we took a little more time here to write about our worship. Ultimately though, the best way to see what our worship is like is to come and worship with us.
What should I wear?
This is something we certainly do not want people to stress about in their preparation for Sunday morning worship. You will see men wearing jeans or slacks, polos, button-downs, or a jacket. You will see the ladies wearing skirts, pants, jeans or dresses. Depending on the weather, or your mood - please come as you are!