Good Friday (4/19)
6pm (English) & 7:30pm (Español)

Easter Saturday – 5pm (English)

Easter Sunday (4/21)
8:30am & 10:30am (English)
12:30pm (Español)

11376 5th Street, Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730

Service Overview

OUR SERVICES

We believe that coming together to Connect to God is one of the most important things we do here. Every week we provide an enthusiastic and God-honoring environment where we hope that people can make that connection. 

COMMUNITY

Building community is one of our core values at CCF and for this reason we have purposefully created a beautiful place in our Lobby and Cafe space for you to relax and enjoy a variety of coffees, teas, muffins, pastries and even continental breakfast items, while building relationships around the start and end of each service. Connecting to God and others is the foundation for our times together and our community time gives us the opportunity to be intentional about connecting with one another. 

MUSIC

We begin our services with a time of praise and worship. We invite you to join us by following along with the on-screen lyrics.

OFFERING

We give tithes and offerings as an act of worship, obedience and thanksgiving to God. Please do not feel any pressure to give as our guest today.

STUDENT BLESSING

We believe that our young church are called and anointed to be world changers in God’s Kingdom, and each week we declare this over them.

MINGLE TIME

This gives us a chance to greet one another. If you are visiting today, be sure to let someone know!

PRAYER

After service concludes, members of our Prayer Team are available near the stage to pray with you and for you.

COMMUNION

Communion is one of the essential elements to our faith and is an act of worship, both individually and corporately. We are set free from sin, judgment & condemnation by what Christ did on the cross, and through communion we remember this sacrifice and celebrate our redemption. We celebrate Communion during our Wednesday night services and on the first weekend of each month. We invite you to participate in this act of remembrance.