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1. What to Expect at Canby Christian Church
2. When are your services?
3. What about my children?

4. What Should I wear?

 

What to expect at Canby Christian Church
Canby Christian Church is a nondenominational church where people meet to engage in current music, relevant/practical biblical teaching and dynamic connections with others in the community. This is a safe and exciting place to be whether you are a regular church attendee or just checking it out for the first time. We know that church can be intimidating so we hope to answer some of your most pressing questions.
 
 
When are your services?
Canby Christian Church runs two identical services on Sunday mornings at 9:00am and 11:00am.


 
What about my children?
We provide ministry options for Infants -6th grade during both Sunday morning services. We also provide a Middle School Class during the 11:00am service. 





How do I get there?
Canby Christian Church is located in downtown Canby, OR. The church building is situated on NW 4th Ave between Holly and Ivy St.

 


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What should I wear?
We are more concerned with meeting your real life needs than with what you wear. So dress casually and you'll fit right in.
 
Events green
Sunday Services 9:00 and 11:00
Sunday 27 May, CCC Worship Center
You are invited to join us!
Office Closed for Memorial Day
Monday 28 May, Church Office
The office will be closed in honor of Memorial Day.
Weekly Prayer Time
6:00am Thursday 31 May, Fireside Room
Meet for prayer with Dan Leischner. For more information, contact Dan at DanL@canbychristian.org
Men's BBQ
6:00pm Friday 1 June, In the Courtyard at Canby Christian
Men - plan on being there for a great time of fellowship and food! The BBQ will include hamburgers, bacon, hot dogs, bacon, chicken, bacon, brisket and bacon . . . BYOLC (Bring your own lawn chair)
Sunday Services 9:00 and 11:00
Sunday 3 June, CCC Worship Center
You are invited to join us!
Prayer Group with Jeanne Eyman...
9:03am Thursday 7 June, Fireside Room
Women, you are invited to meet with Jeanne Eyman for prayer in the fireside.