By GraceThrough FaithIn ChristAccording to ScriptureFor the Glory of God Alone
All the saints at CVBC greet you! We’re so pleased you chose to look us up. Please spend a few moments on this site to learn about who we are and what we’re about as a church. While the materials here are meant to give a glimpse into the convictions and community life of our church, we realize that a website can never substitute for an in-person visit. So, we invite you to join us for one of our Sunday gatherings. Also, if you have any questions about the church, or would like to meet with one of our pastors, contact us any time.
Our pastors are currently preaching through a series titled “Unashamed” where they are taking a stand on fundamental Christian beliefs and convictions.
Our adults are working through an in-depth study on Church History covering the major events, figures, and ideas influencing the church (and world!) from the ascension of Christ to the present day.
We have two children’s classes (ages 2-6 and ages 7-11). All other ages are encouraged to learn with their parents in the adult class.
The Schnider Care Group meets every 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon from 12:30 to 2:00 in the Fellowship Hall directly following the morning worship service.
The Kinnard Care Group meets every 2nd and 4th Sunday afternoon from 4:30 to 6:00 in the Fellowship Hall.
The International Mission Board (IMB) is a missionary society affiliated with the Southern Baptist Convention.
Little Door International is dedicated to helping fellow Christians respond to the Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-20) in the poverty-stricken nation of Myanmar. Myanmar, officially the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (also known as Burma), is a sovereign state in South East Asia bordered by Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand.
We are a proud supporter and participant in a variety of outreach initiatives led by Community Thrive 365 including “The Grove Community Center.”
Every Monday and Thursday, we open our doors to an Alcoholics Anonymous group to carry the message of AA to maintain sobriety and help other alcoholics achieve recovery.
Every third Tuesday of the month, we open our doors to a crime watch group to help promote public safety and community building in and around Crystal Hill.
What to Expect
Every Sunday, CVBC meets at 10AM for 45 minutes of traditional Sunday School learning, and at 11AM for an hour of corporate worship. The church also holds a rotation of small group meetings every Sunday afternoon for it’s members and encourages house-to-house and other meet-up opportunities for fellowship throughout the week.
Our main corporate worship gathering is more traditional in style. We sing hymns, have a Scripture reading, are led in prayer, give offerings, and sit under the preaching of God’s Word. We will occasionally take communion and witness baptisms throughout the year.
A nursery is available for infants and toddlers up to 3 year of age, if desired. All other age groups are encouraged to worship together.
Come as you are! Pastors usually teach in slacks and dress shirts, while others wear anything from suits and dresses to jeans and polos.
Our Pastors and Deacons
At CVBC, we recognize only two biblical offices entrusted to supervise the spiritual and physical welfare of the church, namely Pastors and Deacons. Leadership, oversight, and direction of the church’s spiritual welfare is entrusted in an equal team of qualified Pastors, or “Elders.” The church also benefits the service of qualified Deacons to help supervise the physical welfare of the church in order to free the pastors to supervise the church’s spiritual welfare.
Our Supporting Roles
As a means to support our pastors and deacons, CVBC additionally utilizes the service of certain elected, appointed, and/or hired positions for the effective operation and care of the church.