ABOUT SUNDAY MORNINGS
Our purpose as we gather each week is to worship God in Spirit and Truth for who he is and what he has done. We seek to do that in the 80 minutes we have together through reading scriptures, singing songs, the preaching of the Word and partaking in communion.
THE FAMILY ROOM
If you find that your child becomes restless and needs more wiggle room, feel free to take advantage of the live feed in the Family Room. While this room is open to everyone, we want moms and dads to feel comfortable with their little ones – even if they become a little noisy.
WHERE DO I PARK?
We have three parking lots to help maximize parking and efficiency. The lot in front of the church is reserved for senior citizens and those with a handicap. General parking is next door in front and behind the stores. A parking team will be in place to assist you in finding a spot.
WHAT DO I WEAR?
There is not a set dress code, but most people dress casual to business casual.
CHILDREN & YOUTH
Nursery and Preschool
A safe and fun environment for your infant through preschool age children. Our volunteers are trained and screened (including criminal history check) to help make sure that your children will be cared for by people you can trust.
Kindergarten thru 5th Grade
Kindergarten through 5th grade students are with their families during the first part of the worship service. After the singing is over, there is an optional service (BibleQuest) that the children can go to. BibleQuest is designed to help your child better understand the Gospel during large and small group settings. And if you prefer your child to stay with you for the entire service, that okay too.
Junior High and High School
During the 10:15am service, Junior High and High School students have the opportunity to meet together to study God’s Word on Sunday mornings. Students worship with their families during the singing part of the service, and then are dismissed to Youth Sunday School. This group does not meet on the first Sunday of each month so that students can take Communion with the church body.
Know Before You Go
What should I wear?
There is not a set dress code at Valley Center Community Church. Most people dress casual to business casual.
How long does a typical service last?
Our Sunday morning service usually last about an hour and twenty minutes. Afterwards, people usually gather outside to enjoy donuts, coffee and fellowship. Feel free to stick around with us and get to know some of the people of VCCC.
What is the worship music like?
Our worship music is centered around Gospel rich songs. To get an idea of what to expect, please visit our “Sermons” page and click on the “Worship” option for any of the weeks listed.
Do you have a “cry room” or a room with closed circuit television?
If you find that your child becomes restless and you need to give them some more wiggle room, we offer televisions in the foyer, as well as in the “Family Room” with a live feed of the service..
Will I have to stand and introduce myself as a visitor?
Rest assured, you will not be singled out when attending a service at VCCC. However, we would like to not only meet you, but have the opportunity to get to know a little more about you and send you information about the ministries and events of VCCC. Simply fill out your information in the Care and Connection folder as it is passed down the aisle during the service.
How often does VCCC partake in the Lord’s Supper (Communion)?
Valley Center Community Church partakes in Communion together every Sunday. Communion is for believer’s who profess Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
Is there an Adult Bible Study class I can attend?
There is not an Adult Bible Study class offered at this time. VCCC does, however, offer topic specific classes from time to time. These classes include Financial Peace University, Baptism Class, Parenting Class and more.