When you visit HCC, you can expect to see a formal looking building - don't let that fool you. In this case, you can't judge a church by it's building. Inside you will discover an informal community; dressed casual, worshiping to modern music and experiencing authentic relational Christian life.
If you don't attend a church on Sunday, and you decide to visit HCC, you won't find a warehouse, a school or theater - you'll find a building that looks like a church. Inside you will see a beautiful worship space with typical Christian icons like the cross. You will see casually dressed people from diverse races, ages, and socioeconomic levels, all relationally engaged. You will experience positive energetic music with lyrics rooted in ancient biblical truth. You'll hear relevant preaching founded in the biblical story of God with lots of practical application.
We believe that biblical principles and classic Christian practices, give peace and strength for the present, as we live with positive hope of the future founded in Jesus Christ. If you like what you just heard, and don't currently attend any church service on Sunday, you're warmly invited to HCC. No matter where you are spiritually, culturally, economically, or socially, you're welcome to investigate the Christian faith and culture of HCC. It's a perfect church, for imperfect people.
Christian Counseling services are available through Safe Harbor. Counseling is provided at HCC or other locations in the local area.
In a casual and comfortable support group style atmosphere, this 13-week seminar/support group explores topics such as "when your spouse dies", "the effects of grief," and "God's prescription for grief."
The Bread Pantry provides food for families in need in the local area. This ministry strives to be the social center of God's kindness. Food and other goods are available on a weekly basis for all those that come by.