Mitchell McVicker in Concert-March 24

Sunday, March 24, 6-8:30pm

Childcare provided up to 3 years old

(call 239.2500 by March 17 to register your child)

Mitchell McVicker's concert is a little bit Mark Twain meets MacGyver. His quirky and inventive approach includes insightful song lyrics, unconventional instruments, and profound storytelling. His concert connects the everyday with the otherworldly.

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Unity Weekend-March 9&10


Colonial Heights Christian Church is devoting March 9 and 10 to fasting and prayer for our country. We will be praying specifically that we might be one. 

We believe that the best hope for our country to be unified is for God to work.  We will be coming together to pray for Him to move in our midst and in our country—from each of its citizens to the highest offices in our government.

Prayer & Fasting

From 8:30am Saturday to 8:30am Sunday, multiple prayer stations will be located in the gym area.  These stations will be interactive and direct our prayers to attitudes we believe need to be present for unity to take place.  A schedule will be set up so that people are praying throughout this 24-hour period. 

Breaking the Fast

This time of prayer and fasting will conclude with a breakfast in the Fellowship Hall on Sunday from 8:30 – 9:45am.  Suggested donation is $5. Reservations are recommended.

One Unified Service on March 10

After the breakfast, we will join together for one service at 10am to worship and complete this special Unity Weekend. We hope to see you!


New Women's Study Begins Feb. 20

Wednesday Evenings, 6:15 pm. in Room 212

JOB: A STORY OF UNLIKELY JOY is a 7-session study by Lisa Harper. Come discover the redemptive side to Job’s story of suffering. Learn to use pain to strengthen your faith, point others to the gospel, and remember God’s providence will never take you to a place where His grace will not sustain you.  Workbooks will be available at first session for $13.00.

Balance Class-Tuesdays @10:30am

Tuesday mornings from 10:30-11:30am in Room 213

Led by Scott Held, Exercise Physiologist and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist

A fall can be a life-changing experience! In this class, Scott will teach us some techniques that can help diminish the possibility of a fall occurring. He will share with you the most common ways people fall and how it may be prevented. You will also learn several exercises to strengthen your foundation or “core muscles”.

If you have fallen, stumbled or can tell your balance has diminished, this class will be beneficial to you and your family. Hindsight is always 20/20, so make it a priority to be there and learn some valuable information to keep you from falling. This class is designed for you to go at your own pace.

Let’s be stronger, healthier and obtain better balance! Be sure and invite your friends! Hope to see you there!

[Instructor Scott Held is an exercise physiologist and certified strength and conditioning specialist. He holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology from WVU. Scott has 20+ years of experience in strength and conditioning, health and wellness, outpatient physical therapy and personal and team training.]

Spiritual DNA Class-Jan. 26

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Saturday, January 26, 9am-2pm

Led by David Mullins, this Spiritual DNA workshop will help you build a fuller picture of who God has created you to be.  Light breakfast and lunch will be served.  Child care will be provided.  Seating is limited to 30 people.

Cost is $25 per couple or $15 per single  This fee covers the “StrengthsFinders” book and a survey, which will need to be completed prior to class. 

Register on Sunday at The Connecting Point, or call the church office at 423.239.2500.


New Electives Begin Jan. 9

Genesis: In the Beginning - “Finding Jesus in Genesis”

Led by Keith Sturgill

January 9-February 27

6:30pm in Room 213

A deeper understanding of Genesis provides important context to better appreciate the remainder of God’s written word as well as the remainder of history. In short, an understanding of Genesis is foundational to understanding and living the Christian faith. Within this series of lessons, the goal is to inform and educate each participant to the facts of Genesis as well as introducing the important questions that allow us to deepen our faith. We want everyone to come away with a better understanding of “why they believe what they believe”. Where appropriate, a connection is made to the New Testament, specifically Jesus. Some examples include, Jesus being part of the Holy Trinity from the beginning......Comparing Genesis 1 with John 1.....The need for redemption and the promise of a redeemer in Genesis 3. Genesis is rich and profound. As we think deeply and logically about the events described in Genesis, the rest of history becomes clearer. Genesis points the way to Jesus and redemption. This study takes a conservative viewpoint on the book of Genesis. A literal interpretation is assumed. Multiple examples of apologetics are included to help strengthen our faith and confidence in God’s plan.

1 & 2 Peter

Led by David Mullins

Wednesdays at 6:30pm in Worship Center A/Sanctuary

In his two letters Peter writes to a church that is scattered throughout the Roman world. They are facing many questions as to how they should live and interact with the cultures they found themselves in. We will be digging into his writings to glean not just the historical answers but also how they apply to our congregation in Kingsport in 2019. This class will meet in Worship Center A. It will run through the spring semester. David Mullins will be teaching this class.

Men's Fraternity: The Quest for Authentic Manhood by Robert Lewis

Led by Bob Ross & Chad Garland

Wednesdays at 6:30pm in Room 211

This study is designed to help a man embrace a bolder and more noble concept of manhood. The first of the series, this study leads men along a journey toward real biblical masculinity while fostering deep spiritual, emotional, and personal growth. This study also takes a man inside himself to consider the forces that are shaping — or misshaping — his personal manhood. Men's Fraternity is designed to bring Christian men together in a safe, comfortable setting where they can learn the true, biblical meaning of manhood and honestly share their challenges and concerns.

Gingerbread House Party-Dec. 12



Wednesday, December 12, 6:30pm in the Fellowship Hall

For ages 2 years through 5th grade

This "Happy Birthday Jesus" party is a celebration of the birth of Jesus along with a birthday cake, a Bible Story, and the making of a gingerbread house.  We welcome all the children and families of CHCC to invite friends to build gingerbread houses AND relationships to grow closer in serving Jesus Christ!!  See you on Wednesday, December 12, at 6:30 PM to begin the celebration!!

CHCC Welcomes New Executive Minister

Colonial Heights Christian Church welcomes our new Executive Minister, Greg Spillman. Greg has served at multiple large churches in Wichita, Kansas, and Indianapolis, Indiana. At CHCC, he will be involved in administrative and team-leading responsibilities. We hope to have Greg on board in early December 2018. Please keep Greg and his wife Kate in your prayers as they move through the steps of relocation to become part of the family at Colonial Heights Christian Church.

TCTC-Jan. 11-13

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Who: 9th grade - 12th grade
When: January 11-13
Where: Gatlinburg, Tennessee

The Tennessee Christian Teen Convention is a weekend event for high school students to experience God. There will be awesome bands, powerful speakers and great opportunities for meeting some new people!

The price includes admission to the event, an event tee shirt, one dinner, and breakfast each morning.


$90 by Oct. 31 and get a CHCC Hoodie + TCTC Tee Shirt

$100 by Dec. 31 and get a TCTC Shirt

$120 after Dec. 31 and no guarantee of TCTC Shirt

You also need money for 3 meals. Don’t Miss out!  If you have any questions contact Aaron Tyree or the church office at

Thanksgiving Meal & Service-Nov. 14



Come enjoy the annual Thanksgiving Dinner, followed by a Service of Thanks at 6:30pm. Make your reservation via your bulletin on Sunday or reserve and pay online.

Due to the rising cost of groceries, the Cooking Teams have decided on the following prices (just for this special meal):

-Adults and children 13 and older: $7

-Children 6-12: $4

-Children under 6: Free

For this meal, there will be no Family Maximum.

We look forward to seeing you!