It's hard to get to know a church based on its website. Here are a few ways that will help you get to know us a little better.
Attend a Service
We currently meet at First Baptist Park Street on Sundays at 5pm (a switch from our normal location at Mountain View Elementary) . We would be thrilled if you joined us one Sunday. Click the icon to learn more about what to expect, both for you and your entire family.
Every 6-8 weeks, we host a Discover CCC meeting after the service for new visitors to get to know the church leadership and hear more about the vision of the church. Our next Discover CCC is April 18th. Click the icon to let us know you're coming!
Visit a Community Group
Spread throughout the week and throughout the city, our community groups are where our people do life with one another and encourage one another to pursue Christ. Click the icon for a list of times and locations and check one out this week!
Listen to our latest sermon from our series on the Gospel of John or click to listen to previous sermons.
*We typically meet at 10am at Mountain View (formerly Cale) Elementary School. Due to COVID-19, our services are currently meeting at 5:00pm at First Baptist Church on Park Street.
First Baptist Church on Park Street
735 Park Street Charlottesville, VA
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"We are members of CCC because it is a church which loves God, its people and its neighbor through its commitment to faithful and sound preaching of the truth of the Gospel found in Scripture, small group study and fellowship and serving others in Cville and beyond."
- Libby and Jack Taggart
"When I visited CCC for the first time, I needed a strong community and solid church leadership. Ten years later, I am still growing in my faith because my community group challenges me and our pastors lead well."
- Adam Sylvester
By God's grace, CCC was the first and only church we tried when we moved to Charlottesville. Initially what drew us was the authentic worship and sound biblical teaching. Months and years later we discovered the richness in community as others bore our burdens, mourned with us, and celebrated alongside us. It is an honor and gift to serve with this body of believers as we seek transformation not only in ourselves, but in our community and our world for the glory of God.
- Elizabeth Nack