What kind of church is Christ’s Church of the Valley?
Christ’s Church of the Valley is a non-denominational, independent Christian church. This means there’s no headquarters or denominational office where leaders lead the church from the outside. CCV is led by leaders from within the church. Nationally, there are over 6,000 churches similar to CCV with approximately 1.5 million members.
When I attend for the first time, where do I go?
When you arrive on Sunday morning, CCV’s parking attendants will help you park in one of three lots. The first building you approach is the main building where adult services are held.
The second building (the one that looks like a movie theater) is our children’s building.
I have kids…
If you have kids and their ages range from birth to fifth grade, please stop by the children’s building first. Our Welcome Team is there to assist you check your children into their classes. Valley Kids, CCV’s children’s ministry, offers classes at the same times as adult services. Learn more about Valley Kids HERE.
In addition to kids’ classes, CCV has services for middle school students during adult services. Impact, for students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grades, meets in the lower level of the children’s building in The Warehouse. Take the outside steps on the right side of the building to get to The Warehouse. Find more information about Impact HERE.
I don’t have kids…
For those arriving without kids, please join us in the lobby of the main building. Before the service begins, enjoy a cup of coffee and some baked goods or check out the bookstore.
What should I wear?
Wear what you’ll be comfortable wearing. Dress is relaxed and casual, and that means everybody, from our staff and volunteers to those attending services.