The little church in the meadow in Duck Creek Village, Utah.
Duck Creek Community Church is opening its doors for weekly services on May 2. Please come to see the renovations in person and join us for services.
At the opening of the October 11 service, when DCCC opened its doors for bi-weekly services in the Fall, Gary Hackbart gave an overview of the amazing church renovation work completed this summer. Please see the "Church
Makeover" web page for more information and details on this massive undertaking.
Church attendees at the
11 a.m. service on October 11 were able to see the renovations in person. October 11 will be the first Sunday service since mid-March, when services were suspended due to the Coronavirus threat.
The video clip above shows the dry logs and cracks just on a few logs in the entryway followed by a glimpse of the final caulked and seal logs that literally shine now. Multiply this one crack on one log by the hundreds of cracks on each
of the logs that make up the church walls. This gives us all some small idea of the work it took to complete caulking and sealing the entire church inside and outside. Building the church also was a massive volunteer effort and that history is included on
the church web pages.
The church opened for bi-monthly services through December 2020 but is closed again January and February 2021 due to high COVID numbers. Updates to the service schedule will
be posted on the website and sent to members via email.
18.07 | 23:18
Thank you, Sharon! See you soon!
18.07 | 22:38
I will bring a crab salad for the picnic
01.06 | 23:26
Pastor Baden’s Memorial Day sermon was one of the best sermons I’ve heard in my entire life! Wish I was there to hear it. I hope those who were there appreciate his message. God Bless Pastor Baden.
27.02 | 14:13
Hi Chris: Church doors are open and we are holding in-person services every Sunday 11-noon with Fellowship following services. We look forward to seeing you soon!