As a non-denominational church, we cherish the preached Word, prayer, and corporate singing laced with Scripture in a variety of musical forms. After the worship service, we enjoy conversation with one another during coffee fellowship, which precedes Sunday School (10:30 to 11:15). Nursery care is provided for both the worship service and Sunday school. While Sunday mornings are a special time for us to gather, we also hold dear the numerous planned and unplanned gatherings that occur among the family of faith throughout the week where we seek to love one another and joyfully serve Christ.
Our Sunday morning worship gathering begins at 9:00am.
As a body of believers with differing tastes, we seek to worship with a blend of traditional hymns and current songs. By respecting different styles of worship, we can show love to one another. Worship as a church family is a time of active participation as we are fed from God's Word together, holding fast to the Core Value of Open Bibles.
We partake of the Lord's Supper during the fourth Sunday worship service of each month.
Following worship, the church enjoys a time of visiting and catching up with one another during Coffee Fellowship prior to Sunday School, which begins at 10:30.
Christ Community Church of Gridley is a non-denominational church with a rich heritage originating from the two oldest churches in Gridley, the Union Congregational Church and the United Methodist Church (1862). The two congregations merged in 1981 becoming First United Church of Gridley and moved into the present building in 1983. The church expanded facilities in 2003 to include a family center, classrooms, kitchen, and offices.
In January of 2006, the congregation voted to discontinue affiliation with both the United Church of Christ and the United Methodist Church, and in 2015, First United Church changed its name to become Christ Community Church of Gridley to more accurately reflect a nondenominational identity. Although we now function as an independent community church, we work in cooperation with area churches for the sake of the gospel.