Sunday Morning worship 9:30-11:00
Sunday School 11:00-12:00 — See below for our current adult classes
(Please note there is no Sunday School during the summer months.)
Christmas Eve Service, December 24th, 7:00 p.m.
Youth Group, 6:00 p.m. at the Church
Small Care Groups, various times in various homes
Men’s Meeting — 7:00 p.m. in the Church Office
Current Adult Sunday School Classes
We have classes for everyone as well as nursery and toddler workers.
The Big Picture
Luke Gilkerson is leading this class which will walk through the Bible book by book to show the big picture of each book. Using creative video animations and illustrations, each book will come alive with gospel themes and give the student a grasp of how to read each Bible text in its own context.
Training Faithful Mentors Initiative
In 2015, Community Church began a new leadership development ministry called TFMI. The first group consisted of eight men who completed the two year program. The elders remain committed to continuing this kind of training and the next round will begin this Fall with some strategic changes.
- TFMI will now be open to all adult members (male and female). The term “TFMI” now means “Training Faithful Mentors” and reflects an expansion of purpose to mentoring and discipleship rather than just officer training. TFMI will have three components.
- Sunday School (in Parish House) will involve a classroom style Bible study on the subject of our “calling” as Christians, what the Bible says about it and how to identify what it means to be called by God. .
- Sunday Afternoon (at church office) will involve a time of leadership development on key issues related to the Christian life including doctrine, godliness and Christian formation
- Mentoring – Those who attend Sunday afternoon will be partnered with a “mentor” (men with men, women with women) and will meet one-on-one throughout the program for prayer and accountability.
The goal of TFMI remains to create the next generation of Christian leaders in the home, church and community but expanding in this way recognizes that we need future leaders not just in the church but also the home and community. The biblical basis remains Paul’s words: “The things you have heard from me among many witnesses, the same commit to faithful ones (mentors) who will be equipped to train others also (2 Timothy 2:2)
Pastor Don will be leading an inquirer’s class which will give the student an overview of Community Church and how it functions as well as highlighting some key essentials and distinctives of the faith. This class is mandatory for anyone wishing to become a member of Community Church, and very informative for those who are just interested in more information.