CCA is a Full Gospel, New Testament Church; and as such it emphasizes Worship and Praise, the teaching and practice of the Word of God and the works of the Holy Spirit. In our services we look for the anointing, the empowerment of God. From opening prayer to ministering to the people needs, we rely on the Helper, the Holy Spirit (John 14:15-17, Phil.3:3). CCA holds two services on Sundays, one at 10:00 a.m. in English and one at 12:00 a.m. in French/Creole.
• Praise and Worship
CCA church believes in praise and worship as its reasonable service unto God and as a means for drawing His presence. The Word of God declares that the Lord inhabits the praises of his people (Ps.22:3; Ps.107:32). We also clap hands, sing and dance in the presence of God expressing our thanks and our joy as we praise and worship the Most High (Ps. 47; Ps. 98:1-6; Eph.5:19- 20; Col.3:15-17; 1 Thes.5:18).
•Speaking in tongues
You may see and hear people praying in other tongues. For the word of God teaches that in speaking in tongue or praying in the Spirit we give excellent thanks unto God. Tongues are part of the signs that followthose who believed (Acts 2:4; Mk.16:16; 1Cor.14:15-17).
•Other manifestations of the Holy Spirit
In our meetings, expect the manifestations of the Holy Spirit. For instance, some believers may give messages in other tongues followed by interpretations. There might be prophecies, words of wisdom, words of knowledge; and at times miracles and healings may take place as the Spirit will (1Cor.12:7-11).
•Demonstration of Spirit and Power
Expect the laying on of hands and people falling under the power of the Holy Spirit. The word of God says to lay hands on the sick and they shall recover. If you come in sick expect to leave healed and well. CCA is a deliverance church, meaning: we believe and practice casting out evil spirits in our services as they manifest and as God leads. Evil spirits are real beings and must be dealt with in the authority of Christ and in the power of the Holy Ghost (1Cor.2:1-5; Mt.10:1; Mk.16.17 ).
•Ministry of the Word
The Word of God is taught with power, wisdom and simplicity. Knowledge and understanding of the Word is imperative for spiritual growth and maturity. Believers are required to bring their bibles and read out loud from Scripture. They are also encouraged to take notes and to listen to teaching tapes, made available right after service. The Word of God is the main source of knowledge and guidance. By His Word God created all things and by his Word all things are sustained. It is absolutely necessary for all beliefs, practices and convictions be rooted in the everlasting and unchanging Word of God.
Invitations are given for people to come to the altar to receive from God and to be ministered to. Many have been saved and received the baptism of the Holy Spirit, and countless have received healing, deliverance, direction and confirmation from the Lord in matters of their personal lives and ministries.