At Clay Center Christian we are not a church full of perfect people,
but we are a community committed to knowing God more deeply and finding a simple and honest kind of faithfulness together!
Simply put, we are here to help people know and love Jesus!
We believe that the church is so much more than just a service on Sunday mornings.
We believe that our faith matters each and every day of our week and so we trust the Bible to be our guide towards knowing God deeply and following Jesus more closely!
Making Disciples, Building Community, Uniting Families & Loving Neighbors
Know Good News.
"And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son. Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life.
I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life."
1 John 5:11-13
Sunday Mornings at 10:30 am
Think back to what Christmas was like when you were a kid...do you remember what you were told about the kids whose names ended up on the Naughty List? Those bad boys and girls got Nothing For Christmas!
In this new teaching series, the coming of Jesus Christ outshines our failing efforts to be good boys and girls. The good news of Christmas is that Jesus is for everyone!
Each Sunday we gather together as a church community to worship, pray, and study God's word! Our people and meeting space are casual and family-friendly. You are welcome here!
We hope you'll make plans to join us on the morning of Sunday, December 24 for our normally scheduled worship service at 10:30 am. We will also have a very special Christmas Eve service at Clay Center Christian at 6 pm on Sunday, December 24.
Practice will be at 9 am and 10:30 am on Sunday, December 3. The program will take place on Sunday, December 10 during 10:30 am service hours. 2 years old to 5th grade.
One At A Time with Kyle Idleman
We want to make a difference in the world, but there are so many opinions on the way to do that. Without a doubt, Jesus is the person who has made the biggest difference in all of history. So, how did Jesus make such a difference in this world? One life at a time! That’s it. That’s the secret of the way of Jesus. This Bible Class meets on Sundays, at 9:30 am in the Library.
The Book of Judges
The book of Judges cracks a window into the depths of the human soul. In this series, pastor and author J.D. Greear wades into the book of Judges as a nation struggles with its identity and relationship to its God. Heroes and heroines arise, who seem to have the potential to save Israel. But in the end, each proves to be a broken savior that cannot deliver.
This Bible Class begins on Sunday, December 3, at 9:30 am in the Community Room. Contact Kyle Thatcher if you would like to attend.
During Sunday School, kids from K-5th grade are invited to join Kingdom Kids for games, music, and an exciting Bible lesson! Kingdom Kids (K-3rd grade) can also meet for a fun activity during the sermon!
During Sunday School and the sermon, Kids 2 year old-Pre K are invited to join Little lambs and discover Jesus the Good Shepherd! We also have our nursery available to provide childcare for infants and toddlers!
This Sunday, December 3, we will have our Christian Youth Christmas Party from 5:30-7:30 pm here at the church. Please have your child dress festively and please have them bring a $5 gift for a white elephant gift exchange. Any snack, treats, food you would like to send with them would be excellent.
Sundays at 9:30 am
Sunday, December 10
Sunday, December 24
At Clay Center Christian, we believe that our story as a church
is just another example of the greater story of God’s faithfulness and grace given to mankind through our Savior and King, Jesus Christ! God has blessed our church with almost 150 years of faithful ministry and by His grace we will continue to love and serve the people of this region!
Clay Christian Church was founded in 1875 as a
non-denominational church of the Restoration Movement. In an effort to restore churches to their New Testament roots, the Restoration Movement emphasized the importance of Scripture as the church's sole authority, the practice of baptism by immersion, and the regular celebration of the Lord's Supper which is open to all followers of Jesus.