At the Hudson Campus, you can choose from venues with different atmospheres: the Sanctuary for classic worship or East Hall for a more casual feel.
Services Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. & Sundays at 8:45, 10 and 11:30 a.m.
Worship team with live band
Services Sundays at 8:45, 10 and 11:30 a.m.
Live teaching on-screen
Where do I go when I arrive?
There is first-time guest parking near the entrance on Rt. 303/W. Streetsboro St. The guys on our parking team (in the orange vests) will be working hard to help everyone find a spot. Once you’re inside, someone on our hospitality team can help you find the Sanctuary or East Hall, restrooms and the kids area. If you need anything else or have a question, just stop at a Welcome Center booth on either side of the main entrance doors. Still stumped? Just find someone in a CCC lanyard – we’re a helpful bunch!
How long is the service?
Our services last about an hour. We sing a few songs and then a speaker gives a message. Check out our venue options. To see what our preaching style is like, check out our Messages page. If it’s your first time here, plan to stop by the Living Room after the service for CCC in 10! We’d love to meet you, answer any questions you have and give you a gift – it all takes 10 minutes.
What should I wear?
You do you. We don’t have a dress code, so jeans are just as acceptable as a three-piece suit! Wear whatever makes you comfortable.
What if I have a child?
We love babies! There’s a great team of caring, background-checked volunteers to play with and cuddle your little ones in the nursery, but if you’d rather keep your baby with you, that’s just fine! If he/she gets fussy and you want to step out, we show the service in the Atrium so you won’t miss a thing.
During every weekend service in our KidZone, we are committed to providing a safe, age-appropriate place for your kiddo to get familiar with God and his word in a way that make sense. We inject plenty of fun, rockin’ worship and some epic dance moves for good measure. If it’s your first visit, stop at one of the check-in desks 10 minutes early to get your kids set up using or secure check-in system.
Can I attend if I’m ________?
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, single parent, broke, recovering addict, gay, transgender, atheist, skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome at Christ Community Chapel. So come as you are, and we’ll see you soon!
2018 Vision – Transformed in 2018
At its core, the Bible is a story of undeserved redemption. God’s grace has transformational power to reach into our broken lives and radically transform us…if we let him. In 2018, we’ll dig into how we were deceived into believing we could achieve perfection on our own and how to become the person you were meant to be, one conformed to the image of Jesus.
5374 Darrow Rd., Hudson
The Block is home to private counseling offices, a café, a gym and meeting spaces. Porch, Edge and Door #2 meet here weekly.
CCC in 10
If you’re new to CCC, we know that visiting a big church can be overwhelming. Meet us in the Living Room after any service for CCC in 10 where we’ll tell you a little about who we are and give you a chance to ask questions in a smaller group. We do a lot to try and make this big church feel small, so be sure to stop by and find out how!
Grab a cup of coffee and help our local and global ministry partners at Café 6:8, the coffee shop located in the Atrium. With each purchase, you’ll receive a token and can place it in a collection box designating which organization will receive the proceeds from your purchase that day.
Looking for more information about something you heard in a message or discussed with a friend? The bookstore is the place to start! There are lots of great books for men, women, kids and students alike. Make sure you don’t miss Pastor Joe’s reading recommendations at the front counter.
We also offer worship services, called Restoration Chapel, at Cuyahoga Hills Youth Detention Center. Our mission is to help inmates see that they, too, are loved by God and can live for Christ, despite their circumstances. We take time after every service to talk one-on-one, listening to the inmates struggles and sharing our own lives. To learn more about getting involved at Restoration Chapel, get in touch with Richard.