Community Christian Center

A church for Real Life, with Real Answers, for Real People.


Community Christian Center

Community Christian Center is a different kind of church family. What started off as a meeting of the Meridzo Center Ministries staff has evolved into a safe and friendly public place for people from all walks of life to gather together for praise and worship, Bible study, and warm family fellowship – all in the name and the loving Spirit of Jesus Christ.

Gatherings are relaxed and casual. The praise music is typically contemporary Christian; the environment is “come as you are”; and everyone is welcome. Non-believers, people just looking for answers, and followers of Christ from all denominations are all encouraged to come together and seek a better understanding of who our God is, and why we’re all here.

11 o’clock Sunday Services are led by our Lead Pastor, Terry ‘Brother T’ Tipton, but the church also occasionally welcomes speakers sharing an exciting mix of Bible-based preaching, amazing testimonies, and missions-related teaching, all with the objective of glorifying God and leading others to a closer, personal relationship with the Savior.

Men and women from the church also meet Sunday mornings at the Lamp House Coffee shop just up the street for their “Coffee and Jesus” Bible study from 9:30-10:30 a.m.

Church Schedule
– Sunday Services at 11 a.m.
– Adult Bible Study Sundays from 9:30-10:30 a.m. held at Lamp House Coffee
(1 E. Main Street – Visitors are welcome)
– Celebrate Recovery meetings every Thursday at 6 p.m.

Find more details and events on our facebook page:

Church Needs List:

Cleaning supplies and Murphy’s oil soap, 4 storage cabinets (2 door), heat & air units (2 window), office supplies and copy paper, wall cabinets for round room (storage), and parking lot paved

Vision Statement:

Magnify the Triune / God Mature the Saints / Minister to people.

Mission Statement:

To advance the Kingdom of God by reaching the lost with the Gospel and teaching them to establish a lifelong relationship with Christ and assisting all Christians in finding their place in the Body and the purpose for which they were created.

2016 C3 Church Picnic (at Shekinah Village):

Needs & Project List

1. Heat pump for education wing upstairs
2. Ceiling repairs
3. Leak damage repairs in the sanctuary (right side)
4. Broken windows/panes repaired
5. Bell Tower Repairs
6. Team to help clean out the basement – will need dumpster
7. Basement water sealing to prevent flooding

Community Christian Center (C3)
Rev. Terry ‘Brother T’ Tipton, Lead Pastor
Rev. Eric Rutherford, Minstry Associate
Lonnie Riley, Pastor Emeritus
186 West Main Street, PO Box 332 Lynch, KY 40855
(606) 848-2766