Before You Visit

We know visiting a church can be intimidating.  Here's some info that may help - what you can expect.  We are people just like you, from all walks of life and all generations.  We are just like a family - God's Family - young and old - new Christians and veteran saints.  You will find people from all kinds of church backgrounds - and no church background!  Whoever you are, you'll find a warm welcome and people who care about you, love God, His Word and are trying to make a difference in our world.

  • Walk through our building and hear about ACC from some of our ministers and members. Click the picture to the left to watch the video.

  • What to wear

    You will see people dressed in blue jeans and sandals, as well as business casual. Please come dressed as you are comfortable. 

  • our wORSHIP

    Worship at ACC is an intentional mixture of new and old.  You can expect to hear contemporary worship music as well as music from previous generations of Christians. Every generation has something to teach us about living in relationship with God.  Our worship team seeks to lead everyone before God to give Him our praise, using voices, instruments, and various media.

  • COMMUNION

    Every week as we meet together we take time in our service to celebrate the Lord's Supper as a Memorial Meal. If you are a believer in Jesus Christ you are invited to share in this time of remembrance of His shed body and blood for our sins. 

  • The Message

    You can expect to hear relevant teaching on the Word of God each and every Sunday. There are Bibles in each pew as well as references on the screen to follow. 

  • The OFFERING

    As an act of worship, we take an offering each week. Each one is invited to participate according to their own desire. There is never any pressure to give.

Our Mission

We want to be a healthy example of the Family of God

The Church is a family: relationships, older, younger, rookies, veterans, extroverts, and introverts. There are challenges in being a family – and we willingly accept them. We do so because of how great it is to have real friends who really care!


So we can help people become more like Jesus

In healthy families people grow, they mature. Churches should help people grow spiritually as well. That's a priority for us. We are here to help everyone “grow up” spiritually. This happens by following Jesus, learning from Him, studying the Bible, and learning from other believers. This “Christlikeness” is our goal for everyone at ACC.


Then we can impact our Community

Jesus came to earth to invite all God’s Children to come home to their Heavenly Father. He did that by first showing them God's love and then dying for our sins. That mission which He began, is now ours to continue.


And we can impact the World

God’s love is a lot bigger than our community or the people we know. Jesus came to invite the whole world to come home to their Heavenly Father. We are committed to continuing that global Kingdom work.


More Information

If you're looking for more information, check out the literature below.
If you don't find the answers you're looking for below, please reach out to one of our pastors. 


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Meet Our Ministers

God has brought to ACC some great people who do a phenomenal job in the various ministries they lead.

You can click the link in each person's section if you wish to send them an email.

  • jim conner - senior minister

    Jim and his wife Peggy have ministered in churches for 40+ yrs.  They have served in IL, TN, MN, and Eastern Europe.
    He comes with a broad experience in leading churches and developing church leaders.  His years overseas in mission work have given him a deep passion for God's larger Kingdom. "God has placed within me a passion for people and the Church. There is no greater joy for me than helping people awaken to God’s love and draw closer to Him – most often by helping them meet Jesus."


                     [CLICK HERE TO EMAIL JIM]


  • cary dietsche - worship minister

    Cary comes to us with over twenty years' experience leading worship, organizing and leading musicians, overseeing the technical, audio and video aspects of worship, choral arranging and directing and accompanying vocalists and musicians.  He was raised in Wisconsin (yes, he's a Packer fan).  He and his wife, Rosalie, have two grown children and five adorable grandchildren.  Cary shares our passion for worship that focuses on God and involves all the people.  He loves the Church and is committed to worship that includes traditional as well as contemporary music.


                          [CLICK HERE TO EMAIL CARY]

  • rachel quast - children's minister

    Rachel is a 2016 graduate of Crossroads College with her Bachelor's degree in Biblical Thought & Theology and Family, Youth and Community.  She comes to us with experience working with youth and children at church camps and daycare centers.  Her family recently moved to Kansas and visits as often as possible.  Her hobbies include photography, the outdoors and hanging out with friends and family.



                       [CLICK HERE TO EMAIL RACHEL]

  • aaron lynch -- Interim youth minister


    Aaron is a 15 year vet of youth work in ministry, church, non-profit, and community justice settings. He was born in Bremen, Germany and has spent time in Montreal, Quebec & Minnesota as an adolescent and teenager. Aaron "grew up" in faith at Valley Christian Church in the South Metro and experienced the call to ministry in High School. He is a 2005 graduate of the University of Northwestern St. Paul, with dual bachelor's degrees in Youth Ministry and Bible. He has been married to his beautiful and talented wife, Jessica for 11 years and they are busy raising their 1 year old adopted twins Aksel and Victoria. Aaron is passionate about developing faith and leadership skills in individuals and finding new/creative ways to do both. He loves his family, to read/learn, mentor, maximize potential in others, sports & coaching, and spending as much time in nature as possible. 




                [CLICK HERE TO EMAIL AARON]

Our Roots


ACC is part of a tradition known as Independent Christian Churches. This fellowship of churches began in the early 1800's on the American Frontier (such as Ohio, Kentucky, the Carolina's). At that time leaders from a variety of denominations came together in a Unity Movement up and down the frontier. These leaders were committed to being "Just Christians" without a denominational structure. Today our churches number over 6,000 congregations across the U.S. We have no hierarchy or headquarters; each congregation is independent and non-denominational. 

We still seek today to be "just Christians." There is no outside authority that directs us. We have a desire to work with other churches in the area to carry out Christ's work. Our focus remains to try and re-establish the simple practices of the New Testament Church.