DUCK CREEK COMMUNITY CHURCH

"Your Old Men Shall Dream Dreams" by Founder Bonnie Altig, wife of Founding Pastor Steve Altig, tells the history of DCCC and is available for purchase on smile.amazon.com

DCCC is returning to online services only through March  2021 as a safeguard with rising COVID numbers in Utah.  Upcoming services for 2021 will be posted as COVID safeguards and concerns are taken into consideration for the New Year. 

For online worship Sundays and tithing, see the "DCCC Online Church" web page on the menu. We have set up online giving to accept credit cards or PayPal.  You can designate your gift to support the Church Renovation project by writing "Church Renovation" on your check or under ADD A NOTE in PayPal when you make a gift. While the church was closed in the Spring and Summer 2020, volunteers were busy renovating the church. This effort was led by Gary and Cathy Hackbart and the work can be seen on the "Church Makeover" page here on the website. 

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.

Special services and events 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. 

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.

Members call DCCC the "Church of Miracles".

The church decorated for Easter services.

Reading the Nativity story with children Christmas Eve.

The church decorated for Christmas services.

Raising of the church steeple.