ministries Congregational Care

Sunday Mornings

We are very excited to have you join us at ACC this weekend!

We hope you’ll feel at home, even if you’ve never been to church before.

Sunday services are currently at 9:00 am and 11:00 am, each lasting about 70 minutes.

At our services, we present the ageless truths of the Bible in a compelling, easy-to-understand format.  We also sing, laugh and enjoy being together.  If you'd like to check out any of our previous sermons, we would invite you to do so.

We are committed to providing safe and engaging environments for our kids and we know that your kids will love being a part of the community.  

Whether you’re a spiritual seeker who’s just starting to ask questions about God, or you already have a mature relationship with Christ, you will find a home here at Alliance Community Church.


There is the opportunity to receive prayer at the close of each of our weekend services.  There is also a prayer request card and a prayer chain to make sure that every need is brought before Jesus.

Care Visits

We train and deploy a group of committed volunteers to help congregants know, through phone calls or visits, that they belong in our ACC Family.  Our primary form of care, though, is through small groups.  We want everyone to be engaged in some type of smaller community within the larger context of ACC as a whole.

Soul Care

We invite you to join us on a journey of self-reflection, Holy Spirit inspiration, deep wrestling, and surrender – unpacking the suitcase of your soul.  A suitcase filled with brokenness - body, soul , and spirit, and in need of the healing touch of Jesus.  It is a process of discovering yourself in true community and discovering God. Soul Care explores seven principles that are profound healing tools of God in an interactive, roll-up-your sleeves process. 


Believers baptism is a beautiful picture of our new life in Christ. It is the outward demonstration of the inner reality of following Jesus.  Just as Jesus was baptized by being immersed in the Jordan River, we want to be obedient to God's Word.  The Great Commission of Christ is set out in Matthew 28:19-20 where Jesus says:

    "Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.  And surely I am with you always, the very end of the age."

It's clear that Jesus set the example for us to be baptized as believers in Him.  By being baptized we are obeying Christ's command and we are identifying ourselves as being His disciple and follower.  Baptism shows the world around us that we are surrendered to God and dedicate our lives to Him.

Life Groups

Life is better connected, isn’t it? We’ve worked hard to create a variety of groups that will help you take another step to not only grow in faith, but to develop meaningful relationships with like-minded friends.


If you would like more information on these ministries or you would like to talk with a pastor about one of these areas please fill out the form below.

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