COMMUNITY CHURCH News & Announcements


Following God's Lead

Have you ever been stuck in a situation in your life not knowing which way to go? Every one of us have faced these types of decisions or situations because our knowledge is finite and flawed. We can certainly see what the possible positive and negative outcomes could be for both sides of a decision, but we can’t know what will happen until after we make a decision. Sometimes those kinds of situations can paralyze us. We fear the negative possibilities of both sides so much that we can’t make a decision. But it is in those times when we must see God’s gracious leading in the past, His faithful answers to prayers, His kind work in the lives of others, and His generous blessings toward us. For when we see these realities, we can go forward either way knowing that even in the difficult days, God will sustain us. God is good and following His lead is always a good idea. May we have the faith to see His gracious guiding hand and follow every step of the way. Read More

Obeying God's Word

Sometimes obeying God is pretty straightforward. It may not be easy, but it at least makes sense. Other times, it seems that what God is asking us to do is completely absurd. It either seems to contradict what He has said or commanded somewhere else (think of Abraham sacrificing Isaac), or it seems likely to kill us (think of the Israelites stepping into the Red Sea). Yet even in the times when it is difficult to make sense of what God is demanding of us, we can rest in His faithfulness to His character and His Word. If the biblical examples say anything at all, it is that these high risk circumstances are always high reward, as God uses them to shape us into something that brings honor and glory to His name and impacts the world around us. Rest in the good character and true Word of God; He’ll never let you down. Read More

January 30, 2019 Midweek Services Cancelled

Due to the extreme cold temperatures, we have decided to cancel all church activities for Wednesday evening. Please stay safe and take time to reflect on God’s grace with your family in place of gathering with the church. All Thursday activities will continue as scheduled. Read More