What type of church is Alpine Christian Fellowship?
We are a God glorifying, Christ centered, Spirit led, Bible based, and others focused church that exists to reach people far from God and teach them to follow Jesus.
When and where are the services?
We meet every Sunday morning at 9 AM for united prayer and 10 AM for worship services. For a mid-week connection, our Life Groups meet on Thursdays in various homes and locations throughout the county. The church is located at: 9590 Chocolate Summit Dr. El Cajon, CA 92021
What should I wear?
We like to tell everyone, "Come as you are!" Our services are casual, contemporary, and comfortable for all. Most likely you'll find our pastor wearing flip flops on warm San Diego days!
What happens when I arrive?
For your convenience, look for the street signs when driving to guide you to the church. Once you grab a guest parking spot near the church lobby, you’ll be greeted by a friendly smile from one of our greeters. There will be some refreshments for you to enjoy on us, and you can check your kids into our Kid's Ministry Kiosk. Music will be your cue to head on in and get your seat.
What is service like?
We always start our services with a time of energetic, passionate praise and worship. After an opening song, we'll share a few announcements about what’s happening at our church. We’ll then continue our worship through an offering and more songs. The message will begin after dismissing the kids to their classes, which will be a relevant, engaging, and practical teaching from the Bible. Our services close with a brief time to respond to God in both worship and prayer.
What about my kids?
Our ACF Kid's Ministry provides a safe and Biblically interactive experience. All kids join their parents for worship in the sanctuary, before being dismissed to their appropriate classes. Our Kid's Ministry is staffed by an amazing team of qualified teachers and volunteers with hearts to nurture children with the truth of God's word. Visit the Kid's Check-In Kiosk where our team will register your children and give them a name badge with a parent pick-up tag. At the end of the service, simply show your parent pick-up tag to a teacher in your child’s classroom and your child will be released to you.