We're so glad you're here.
Deer Creek Church is a community of people who aren’t perfect and don’t pretend to be. We would love to have you visit this Sunday.
We meet every Sunday morning. We'd love to get to know you. Join us for our next service!
What to Expect
Our worship services are at 8:30 and 10:15 AM. They are identical so you can come to either one.
Located just off of South Pierce Street, we have a large parking lot surrounding our church, so finding a spot is easy.
It’s simple: come as you are. It doesn’t matter to us whether you wear jeans, a suit, or anything in between – you will fit right in.
Follow signs that direct you to the Deer Creek Kids check-in station. Safety for children is a top priority. All of our volunteers have been screened with detailed background checks as well as trained to make church a fun and safe environment for your kids! Families worship together for the first half of the service and kids are invited to their small groups once the sermon begins.
We encourage High School and Middle School students to join their parents and the congregation in worship on Sunday mornings. DCC Youth meets on Wednesday nights from 6:30-8:30PM.
If you have any questions about your visit, please contact us!
Worship at Deer Creek is:
Worship is about God, not just our experience. God is the
primary audience and object of our worship. We gather to hear about who God is and what he has done for us in His Son Jesus.
We believe that the elements of gathered worship are means
of grace that form us spiritually. Every element from singing to scripture reading, prayer to preaching, forms and shapes us as followers of Jesus.
Because it is God’s word to us, we believe that the Bible should be central to our liturgy, prayer, preaching, and song selection.
We believe that worship is a conversation with God where we hear his word and collectively respond. Because of that, a typical worship service has a basic liturgy that involves a call to worship, singing, confession of sin, readings from scripture, prayer, preaching, sacraments, and final blessing.
And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers. Acts 2.42
We have over 100 people who have committed to pray for any needs in our community. We would be honored to pray for you.