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What to Expect


Sunday School – Classes are available for everyone from toddlers to senior adults. Our Sunday school classes meet at 10:00 each Sunday morning and are taught by volunteers who sense that God is calling them to teach others, lead discussions, or facilitate studies that enrich our lives of faith.

Youth and Children – We understand the importance of ministry to (and by) our youth and children, and are continually working to provide a safe, welcoming, and fun environment for young people to grow closer to one another and to God.

Welcome Centers- We have welcome centers at either end of the church with printed material telling how to get plugged in and what is going on in the life of the church.

Small Groups- We are a church that believes in creating opportunities for relationships. We have a variety of small groups formed to help connect its members. We have several couples small groups, mens groups, women’s groups, young adult groups, a prayer shawl ministry group, and an art small group. These groups meet in homes to pray together, study the bible and build lasting relationships as they encourage one another in love. A list is available with contact information.

Wednesday Night Fellowship Dinner -- 6:00 p.m. – The table is spread each Wednesday evening during the school year, when we gather to eat, fellowship, enrich our lives and feed our spirits. This is a great opportunity to visit with your church family, get to know new members and guests, and participate in the music ministries that follow our weekly dinner.

Journey Into Membership - Every few months a class is offered for those considering membership. In the class you will learn the history and mission of the church as well as our beliefs and outreach and ministries. Contact the church office for the next scheduled class.

Southern Bells This is the adult Handbell choir which rings during the worship service at least once a month and on special holidays. The Southern Bells have performed for outside groups and services. They practice every Sunday evening.

Habitat for Humanity This is a community ministry in Collierville supported by many churches. Collierville Christian supports Habitat for Humanity financially and with actual builds. Many relationships have been formed through this service.

Food Pantry Collierville Christian Church participates in a local food pantry. The Ministerial Association has a representative who assists people with food needs by referral. Members make food offerings on special and designated Sundays as well as financial contributions to help meet community needs.

Scouting The church sponsors Boy Scout Troop 56. Collierville Christian strongly encourages the scouting programs as a growth development tool for all youth.

Summer Camps and Retreats All the Youth of the church are encouraged to participate in Spring and Fall weekend retreats and week-long summer camp at Bethany Hills, our denomination's church camp just west of Nashville.Our church pays one-half of the registration fee for all church members, and additional scholarship assistance is available as well.

Maundy Thursday - Holy Week Service We sit at the table sharing a meal, as a Body of Christ, remembering the last supper of Christ with his disciples. We watch and participate in the reenactment of the Last Supper, Christ shared with his disciples. The evening is concluded with the Seven Last Words of Christ spoken on Good Friday.

Sweetheart Banquet/Youth Auction The men of the church grill steaks for all the women of the church. The men cater to their sweethearts. The youth also sponsor a fundraiser by auctioning baked goods and desserts.

Country Ham Breakfast A long tradition of Collierville Christian has been to reach out to the community in a variety of ways. The Country Ham Breakfast has hundreds of people coming to the church for this meal each January. All proceeds raised go to charity.

Vacation Bible School Each summer the church hosts Vacation Bible School for all church and neighborhood youth. This is a fun and spiritual event for all who participate. Each summer offers a new theme and approach to teaching youth about Jesus and the Christian faith.