We exist to help unchurched people become fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ.

Here at Cibolo Creek, we believe the church is not a building or even services! A church is people. The real work of a church is relationships. Helping connect people into friendships with other people who may be asking the same questions, dealing with similar issues, and interested in shared experience of discovering how our faith intersects with everyday life. 

Life as people, Life as parents, Life as partners, Life as employees, And life as friends.  

Like, people – regardless of your religious experience or beliefs – who find yourself wondering, “How does all this talk about God and faith really work?”



Since we began in 1996, our mission has always been to become a community of committed followers of Jesus Christ working together to create a church that unchurched people love to attend. People who are interested in God; but not quite as interested in church. Their perceptions, stereotypes and experiences of church have not always been very positive. We feel called to serve them; to offer something more relevant, more beneficial and more engaging than what they have always expected of church. The bottom line is, Cibolo Creek is here to offer people the opportunity to discover what it means to enjoy a relationship with God through faith in Jesus Christ by what we can learn from the Bible about how all of that applies to our life here in the 21st century. If that is of interest to you or to someone you know, we’d love to have you as our guest. You’re always welcome here.





We believe that baptism is an important step of obedience for every person who has accepted Christ as his or her Savior. If you attend any of our services, you will probably witness a baptism. Still, you may have questions. Why is it an act of obedience? Is it required of everyone? If I've been baptized before, do I need to do it again?

These questions and others are answered in the message Stuff Churches Do: Baptism By Paul Wilson

View examples of pre baptism testimony videos






Our “You Are Here” gathering was created to help our newest guests with finding their way around Cibolo Creek Community Church.  Our campus is not that big, so that is not really the challenge.  Most people need help finding their way around the culture of a church.  Every church has a unique expression of who it is, what it is, what it is trying to do and how it goes about doing that.  Cibolo Creek is no different.  We have found that the more folks understand about why we are here, what we are doing and how we hope to do it, the more comfortable they feel.

Cibolo Creek offers the "You Are Here" dinner three times a year on a Sunday evening at the Cibolo Creek campus.