We help people experience life transformation as they meet God in His Word, and through the power of the Holy Spirit grow in becoming fully-devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Our joy is to see people become more like Jesus!
Though the idea of full-devotion ultimately involves every good thing that God desires to do in and through His people, at Community Church we summarize the life of a growing disciple around “Six Commitments” or essential disciplines. Each one of us are called to live out these disciplines and, as we do, we have a profound impact on our shared lives together as Christ’s Church.
Cultivating a commitment to celebrate God faithfully and frequently in worship at weekend services with my church family (Hebrews 10:24-25).
For more information, visit Weekend Celebration
Cultivating a commitment to ‘do life’ in a small group that reflects devotion to Christ, authenticity with one another, and the discipline of the Acts 2 church (Acts 2:42-47)
For more information, or to get involved visit Connect
Cultivating a commitment to demonstrate ongoing evidence of a changing life and pursuit of Christlikeness (2 Peter 3:18).
At Community Church, our pastoral team is committed to assisting people in identifying the resources, relationships, and experiences to help them be formed in Christ. We value spiritual formation, or discipleship, that is targeted and based on the unique needs of the individual. Each one of us is in a different place in our walk with God, which means that there are simply limitations to a cookie-cutter approach.
For more information on taking a Spiritual Growth Inventory and receiving coaching in spiritual formation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the meantime, get involved in a LifeGroup by visiting Connect.
Cultivating a commitment to contribute my spiritual gifts and passion in volunteer service to the body of Christ at Community Church (Romans 12:6-8)
At Community Church, our pastoral team is committed to assisting people in discovering, developing and deploying the unique spiritual gift that God has given to every believer. Sometimes the best place to start is just by finding a place to get involved, and there are numerous ways for you to get plugged in to serving. However, we can also assist you in the process by providing a Spiritual Gifts Assessment.
For more information on finding a place to serve, email email@example.com
Once you find a place to serve that fits the way God wired you, we invite you to join us for a quarterly gathering of all leaders and volunteers in the ministries of Community Church called Leadership Community.
LEADERSHIP COMMUNITY is a quarterly rally that includes times of worship, vision, briefing on initiatives and direction, communion and stories of life change.
Cultivating a commitment to honor God and impact the world through the core discipline of stewardship – managing well my time, talent and treasure – beginning with supporting the church (Phil. 4:11-19)