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If you're visiting, you may have some questions...

What is the service going to be like? 

What kind of music will I hear for worship?

Our Sunday morning service consists of

prayer, music, & teaching

through God's Word, The Holy Bible.


Sunday service starts at 11:00 a.m.

  • Announcements 

  • Opening song and Prayer,

  • Music (a mix of 4 or 5 modern songs & hymns),

  • Teaching message from God's Word,

  • One final song, and a closing prayer.


Q. Where are you located?

A.  5824 Route 19A Castile, NY 14427

Q.  How can I contact the Church?

A.  You can call us a 585-493-2549, email at: or message us on our Facebook page.

Q.  What time are your Services?

A.  11:00 AM In person.  Also broadcast live on WCJW, streaming on Facebook and YouTube.

Q.  Do you have Visitor Parking?

A.  Yes. Our Visitor Parking is clearly marked with visitor parking signs.

Q.  Is there something for Kids?

A.  CBC has a Sunday morning program for kid’s Pre-K through third grade. While parents are in the worship service, kids can have fun and learn about God at their level.

Q.  Do you have a staffed nursery?

A.  We have fully staffed nursery. 

Q.  Do you have a dress code?

A.  At CBC you will see people dress in jeans, slacks, suits, and dresses. You are welcome to dress casually and come as you are.

Q.  What if I come from a different faith background?

A.  Here at CBC, we focus on biblical truth and teaching as well as pursuing an active relationship with Jesus Christ.

Q.  What kind of Worship Music do you have?

A.  At CBC you will hear some Contemporary Christian music as well as Traditional Hymns.

Q.  Does your church celebrate The Lord’s Supper (Communion)?

A.  Yes. At CBC, typically we celebrate communion once-a-month. The Scriptures have no clear command as to how often we are to receive communion.

Q.  How do people at CBC express Worship?

A.  “Worship” involves communicating with God from our hearts. You will see worship leaders and musicians play various instruments. Some people quietly reflecting on the words, for others, raising hands, clapping, and singing!

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