When are services?
Saturday, March 3rd at 4pm and 6:30pm
Sunday, March 4th at 9am and 11:30am
Can I reserve or save seats?
No, seating is available on a first come first served basis. We can accommodate those with special physical needs. Almost every seat has an unobstructed view of our stage and we have HD screens throughout the auditorium.
How early can I arrive on your campus? Where do I go when I get there?
The campus will be open at 8am March 3rd and 7am March 4th. We are not allowing any overnight parking or camping at any of the parking locations or on campus.
When you arrive please make your way to the entry line located to the north of the auditorium. Doors will open 45 minutes prior to each service.
Everyone will be required to enter through this line and receive a pass (handed out 45 minutes prior to each service) to the main auditorium or alternate venue. Once you receive your pass you may check your children in to classes in Base Camp or Babyland and reenter the venue.
What should I expect to see during services?
Normal weekend services consist of great music from our band and singers, communion served to all who wish to participate, offering (guest are not obligated to give) and a message from our pastor. The services typically run about a hour and 15 minutes. Please no flash photography during worship service.
Can my children come to the service?
Yes, but we have children’s programming for all age levels (Pre-School - 12th grade) in our Base Camp building. Check-in for children’s and youth programs begins 45 minutes prior to each service. When you arrive please proceed to our entry line located to the north of the auditorium, once the line is released you will be able to check-in your child. There is no charge for our children’s program.
Can I bring food and drink to your service?
Non-alcoholic beverages are allowed in our service venues. We do not allow glass containers, food or coolers in our service venues. Alcoholic beverages are prohibited on our campus.
Do I need to buy a ticket?
No, you do not need a ticket. This is part of our regular weekend service that we offer to the community, so we are not charging admission to these services.
How many seats do you have?
Our main auditorium seats 3,000 people. We will have seating outside of the auditorium in an alternate venue with video feed for an additional 2,000 seats at each service.
Where can I park?
Parking will be available on our campus and at the remote location located at the northwest corner of Lone Mountain and Decatur (Shuttle to campus provided. Starting 1:00pm Saturday and 6:30am Sunday.). We will not allow tailgating, BBQ, or after parties, etc. in any of the parking locations before or after any of the services. Parking is limited, so we encourage groups to carpool.
When will I be able to get a seat in service?
We will open doors 45 minutes prior to each service. Please proceed to our entry line located to the north of the auditorium for each service to get into any of our service venues.
Will there be autograph opportunities or a meet and greet?
There will be no autographs or meet and greet opportunities.
Do I need to dress up?
No, you can attend in casual dress. Football jerseys are welcome!
Will the services be available online?
No, due to threats/risks of internet piracy of the video of the Tim Tebow event at Canyon Ridge Christian Church, we regret to inform you that the live stream has been discontinued. Canyon Ridge offers its sincerest apologies for this inconvenience.
Are there hotels or other accommodations close to the church?
If you are an out of town guest, and need assistance in locating a hotel, click here.
Please note Canyon Ridge Christian Church is not affiliated with any of the hotels, and is not recommending any of the hotels. Nor are we responsible for
any aspect of your stay. This is simply a service to assist out of town guests in locating hotels for their stay.