First of all… Welcome! We’re glad you’re here.
We understand that visiting a church for the first time can be a little stressful. But we want you to relax and remember, you’re with friends. To make your visit as comfortable as possible, here are a few questions many people ask about Cleburne Bible Church:
When should I arrive?
All of the services (9:00 and 10:45 AM) include the same sermon and music. On your first visit, it’s best to arrive about 15 to 30 minutes early, particularly if you need time to locate our nursery or classroom facilities for your preschool or elementary children during the service. If you would like to “pre-register” your children into our KidCheck system, you can go to kidcheck.com, and register your child(ren) for a quick check-in. Create a free account and enter your family’s information.
Student Ministries (6th to 12th grades) meets at 9:00 AM in the Student Ministries Area, at the same time as the worship service. Children (8 weeks to 5th grade) have classes during both service hours. Various adult classes meet during the 9:00 and 10:45 AM services.
What should I wear?
At CBC, you’ll quickly discover the relaxed atmosphere. That’s because we believe God looks at the heart, not at our clothes. So you should wear whatever is comfortable for you, from Sunday best to jeans.
What are the services like?
Our worship services are casual and contemporary. We have a fresh blending of new praise and worship songs and hymns, and a Bible message. Each Sunday, the sermon and music are the same in all the services.
What about my kids?
In our amazing Children’s Ministry Areas, teachers and workers provide a safe environment for your children to have fun, make friends, and discover God and His Word.
Will they ask me for money?
At CBC we do not ask our guests for money, rather the worship service and Bible studies are our gift to you.
Is there a place for me at CBC?
Click here on Ministries to learn more about the various ministries and groups you can get involved with according to your interests and/or age.
Will I still be welcome if I don’t believe the same things?
You will be welcome no matter what you believe. We are all on a life journey and want to encourage each other as we travel together. It is our hope that you will find a true relationship with God through Jesus Christ. This is the place to ask questions, to get to know what the Bible says, to meet followers of Jesus.
We want you to feel welcome and invited.
Whether you’re single, married, single again, with or without children – no matter where you’ve been or what you’ve done – we want you to feel welcome and invited into a group of believers where grace and truth really do make a difference.