Thanks for visiting our website. Wherever you are in your life and spiritual journey, we welcome you.
Our hope is to help you get connected with other local people in this new growing South Shore community and grow in Christ together.
Frequently Asked Questions
What time are your services?
We meet every Sunday morning at 10:00 AM.
How should I dress?
Please wear what is comfortable to you. We have folks who enjoy dressing up and others who come casual, in jeans or shorts. We are more concerned with meeting you and making you feel at home than with what you’re wearing.
Where do you meet?
We meet on Sunday mornings @ Kids’R’ Kids at 13151 Kings Lake Dr., in Gibsonton, FL.
For how long has this church been in the area?
We began laying the foundation for Christ Community Church in 2006. Our first Sunday morning worship service was held on September 16, 2007. With God’s help, we are seeking to establish a church in South Shore that is committed to embracing all of what the Scriptures teach for life, worship, missions, and service!
Do you have a nursery or children’s programs?
We have a full nursery for children up to three years old and we offer a children’s church each week for children up to the 5th grade.
How do I become a member of Christ Community Church?
Joining Christ Community Church is a simple, yet important process. A brief class helps you fully understand the commitment you will be making with God and His church. Simply let Pastor Charlie know that you would like to attend our new members class.
Are you affiliated with any denomination?
We belong to the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (ARP) (http://www.ARPChurch.org). The ARP Church was organized in 1782, one of the first churches in the United States, organized soon after the close of the American Revolution. Many advantages come with the maturity of more than 200 years.
Identity: We know what we believe and what we stand for.
Stability: We are blessed with a stability and maturity developed over many generations of working through all sorts of theological and social issues.
History: We appreciate our rich heritage, which reaches back to 18th century Scotland.
Family: We have earned a reputation of being a close-knit, loving denomination