WELCOME. We invite you to join us this Sunday morning.
Come as you are, park in the front, and you’ll be welcomed at the door.
Sunday Morning Schedule
8:30 am Worship Service
10:00 am Classes for All Ages
11:00 am Worship Service
JULY: We offer one combined 10:00 am Worship Service during the month of July and take a break from Sunday classes.
1215 Hillsboro Road (map)
Franklin, Tennessee 37069
approx. two miles north of Downtown Franklin on Hillsboro Road, near the intersection at Mack C. Hatcher Memorial Parkway
In the front lobby, look for our Information Center. We’ll be happy to help you find your way around the building and can assist you with information about activities on Sundays and throughout the week.
Sunday Morning FAQ
Please follow the signs for Guest Parking, which is located near the main entrance facing Hillsboro Road. We also invite you to use the covered drop-off in inclement weather.
You’re invited to come as you are! You’ll see everything from casual jeans to suits and ties – wear whatever is most comfortable to you.
Children of all ages are welcome in our Worship Services and we have different Sunday School Classes options for children of different ages during the classes hour. Visit our C3 Kids page to learn more about our offerings for Nursery, Preschool, and Elementary School children, and our child safety policies.
Absolutely! We welcome all children. Because we create an individualized plan for each child with special needs, communication is key to helping us minister to your child. Please feel free to contact us prior to your first visit so that we can answer your questions, listen to your needs, and be prepared to welcome your child. If you do not have time to contact us prior to your visit, be sure to communicate any immediate needs when you register your child. We will be happy to follow up with you during the week to learn more about your child.
For questions or assistance, contact Amy at 615-469-2291 or by e-mail.
Sunday Morning Classes run from August through June, meeting at 10:00 am between the two Worship Services. We have class options for all ages – please visit the Information Center in the front lobby for details, and we will be happy to make sure you know where to go.
C3 KIDS Sunday School Classes
Nursery (birth through 3 years)
Preschool (4 years through Pre-K)
Elementary (Kindergarten through 5th grade)
C3 STUDENTS Sunday School Class
Middle School and High School: in the Event Center
C3 ADULTS Sunday Morning Classes
Adults meet by age and stage (young adults, senior adults, etc.) throughout the building. Grab a bulletin on your way into the Worship Service on Sunday morning to find about the different classes and gathering locations each week.
Young Adults (20s and 30s)
Adults (40s and 50s)
Senior Adults (60s +)
C3-101 Guest Welcome Class
(where you can learn more about our church, our beliefs, and how to get connected)
Yes! We have a reserved parking area, our front door has a ramped entrance, our bathrooms are accessible, and our building is equipped with an elevator for access to the second floor, if needed. The Worship Service is on the main floor, and guests with wheelchairs are welcome anywhere. Please visit our Information Center in the front lobby with any questions.
We celebrate Communion every Sunday morning as part of our corporate worship. You may choose to participate, but you do not have to.
Christ Community Church is made up of all kinds of people, from all walks of life. Like heaven, it’s a cosmopolitan community of people whose real connection isn’t ethnicity, politics, marital status, educational choices, economic standing, fashion style, musical preferences, or even a favorite SEC football team – our sense of belonging together is found in our shared faith in Christ.
Some of us have been Christians for many years and some of us are just starting out on this amazing journey of faith, hope, and love. Some of us would say we’re deeply convinced about our Faith, and others of us would say we struggle with doubts. Still many others attend who have not yet committed one way or the other when it comes to being a follower of Jesus, and would say they are thinking deeply about his claims while they wrestle with important questions about faith and life. In short, this is a spiritual home for all kinds of people and it’s our aspiration to offer hospitality and sanctuary to all who come, whether with or without faith, and at whatever place in this journey they find themselves.
When you worship with us you will find people like you and people very different from you. That’s a great and good gift.
– Lead Pastor David Cassidy