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Duck Creek Community Church once again opened it doors for in-person church services on October 11. Bi-monthly Sunday services in 2020 are November 22, December 6 & 20. Alternating Sundays will feature an online message.
The church has been closed since mid-March due to the
threat of Coronavirus but volunteers have been busy since Spring renovating the church. This effort is being led by Gary and Cathy Hackbart. Please see the "Church Makeover" web page for more information on this incredible effort.
Located in Duck Creek Village, DCCC can be seen standing tall in the meadow just behind the Village. It is a non-denominational, Bible-believing church with a focus on reaching the people of the Duck Creek area and beyond with
the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Sunday services begin at 11 a.m. and feature live teachings.
services are currently on hold due to COVID 19 but historically services included Christmas Eve, Easter, and Palm Sunday, and services to thank our Lord and Savior at Thanksgiving, as well as services to honor parents on Mother's Day, Father's Day.
Harvest Night is cancelled in 2020 due to the risks of COVID 19. More than 200 adults and children usually attend this annual event, held the last Saturday in October, featuring good and games for the mountain community and surrounding areas.
Some other special services may be place on hold due to the health issues associated with Covid 19 and the risks associated with large public gatherings.
Duck Creek Community Church is an active church with involved members. Services and support ministries are marked by relevant worship and consistent teaching filled with Grace. Duck Creek Community Church is a family ministry
with the ability to impact people of all ages and backgrounds.