Register for Camp ACC

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Summer is on the way and one of the great things our area has to offer that you may not even know about is Camp ACC - the summer camp ministry of Appalachian Christian Camp. Appalachian Christian Camp has been located in Limestone Cove in Unicoi for over 40 years and has been ministering to the youth of our area since 1930.

Camp ACC is a non-denominational Christian Summer Camp for youth entering Kindergarten through 12th grade. The camp program begins the first of June and continues through the summer, into early August . Camp ACC teaches Christian principles and values in a fun and exciting way that challenges today's youth. While Camp ACC is a church camp, you do not have to be a member of a church to attend.

The Camp ACC campus includes a full high ropes course, 4 ziplines, several low ropes course elements, gymnasium with an indoor rock climbing wall, ball field, sand volleyball court, a 5,000 square foot swimming pool, open-air worship center, air-conditioned dormitories and walking trails all surrounded by the beauty of Unicoi County.

Easter Sunday Services-April 21

Come celebrate Easter on Sunday, April 21!

Traditional Worship at 9:00am in Worship Center A/Sanctuary

Contemporary Worship at 10:30am in Worship Center B/Family Life Center

There will be no adult Sunday School classes. While children are welcome to worship with their families, the nursery and full children’s programming will also be available during both service times.

Children's Journey to the Cross-April 13

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Saturday, April 13, 10am-12noon

Bring your family for "A Child's Journey to the Cross" at Colonial Heights Christian Church! This is a free event for the community!

As you enter the doors of the church building, you will be led to the Jerusalem Market Place where you and your family will have an interactive experience with the many different vendors such as - the Carpentry Shop, the Jewelry Shop, the Basket Shop, the Pottery Shop, The Bakery, the Spices & Olive Oil Shop, the Music Shop, and everyone's favorite the Livestock Pen!

Your family will then be assigned a guide as you follow Jesus through the gates of Jerusalem. At the next location, you will see Jesus as He has His last supper with His best friends, His disciples. You will then be led to the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was betrayed. The last stop of your tour will climax as you experience the first Easter morning!

Hold on, we're not done yet! As you enter into the Gym, your family will be able to eat some snacks, participate in some crafts, and enjoy having fun in the Bounce House!

Egg Hunt

The morning ends as the kids enjoy an Easter Egg Hunt with over 4,000 eggs!

Please mark April 13 on your calendar and come join us!

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.