ASL COmmunity

Live asl interpretation

Live ASL interpretation is provided for the worship, announcements, and sermon every Sunday during our 10:45am service. Seats are reserved in the front row, on the right side of the Worship Center (as you face the stage) until 10 minutes after the church service begins.

Closed captioned worship 

You can access a closed captioned version of the service beginning at 12pm on Sundays. Closed captioning is available in both English and Spanish. Make sure to click on the “CC” button at the bottom of the Vimeo screen to enable closed caption functionality.

ASL for beginners class

Mondays & Wednesdays | June 5-July 12
7:00pm-8:00pm | 1st Grade Room

For ages 13+

A 6-week class to learn the basics of American Sign Language. Designed for beginners with little or no experience or background in ASL. By the end of the class, you will have learned the alphabet, numbers, how to greet someone and walk through a basic conversation exchanging personal information about yourself.

The class will be taught by Ruth Jackson. As a Deaf person, Ruth learned ASL firsthand. She has taught at the American School for the Deaf and has been teaching ASL at Fusion Academy for the past four years. Ruth also serves as the Department Head for Electives and World Languages at Fusion Academy. Ruth is excited to share the joy she has for ASL and Deaf culture with you!

ASL community lunch club

Various Sundays | 12:30pm | Youth Rec Room

The ASL Community Lunch Club is a monthly gathering of our Deaf and hard of hearing community here at Colorado Community Church, as well as friends from churches in the Denver Metro area to simply come to enjoy time together while we share lunch. These are potluck lunches, so please bring a dish to share. We would love for you to join us!
June 4th Lunch Club will be held at Spring Creek Park in Aurora. Meet us at the picnic shelter by the playground.
4000 S Himalaya Circle
Aurora, CO 80013

There will be no Lunch Club in July, but mark your calendars for August 6!

Live in-service closed caption smartphone apps

Here are some options to provide live closed captioning during church services on your smartphone. These apps vary in availability on Android and Apple platforms and can be found by searching app stores. You can also check your smartphone for built-in apps such as Notes on I-Phone that can offer voice-to-text capability. CCC does not necessarily endorse any of these apps and offers them simply as an option to try to enhance the church service experience.
Live Transcribe 
Live Transcribe+
Ava: Transcribe

volunteer opportunities

Silent Servants Interpretation Team

Are you experienced and qualified to provide ASL interpretation at our weekly church service or in the future at Bible studies, special events, etc.?