If you are seeking a vibrant faith community where
you can grow spiritually, connect with others, and be
a part of something bigger than yourself, you have come to the
Here at Community Church you’ll find a theologically progressive and intellectually stimulating home-- a place
to learn and laugh; a place to give and receive; a place to be yourself.
--Pastor Jill Small
Whoever you are, and wherever you are
on life’s journey, you are welcome here!
What I Love About This Church
"Our church is all about the principles
Jesus espoused, challenging the status
quo. It’s non-prejudicial, non-judgmental
Stories that inspire
Vacation Bible School
Fellowship and hospitality
Gathered for worship
Annual outdoor worship service
Through weekly Sunday morning worship and other special worship opportunities Community Church members and friends gather to nurture our spirituality, experience peace and deepen our relationship with God. Worship provides the opportunity to pause in our regular routine, offer gratitude, share concerns, listen for guidance, experience healing and inspiration, be challenged, and renewed.
As a progressive congregation, our services blend the rich traditions of our Christian heritage, with contemporary practices, and interpretations. On any given Sunday one could hear lively music from one of our choirs, readings from scripture or poetry, thoughtful and engaging sermons, moments of deep stillness and quiet.
We take seriously the concept of “community” and even in our worship seek to create a setting that allows people of different backgrounds, ages and understandings to “come as they are” and find a safe, welcoming space for growth and refreshment.
Our worship is intended to lead us back into the world to share the good news of God’s inclusive love and to more fully embody the radical hospitality and compassion of Christ.
Inspiring services are crafted to connect us with the timeless Word of God in creative ways. Through scripture and sermon, sacrament and prayer, anthem and song, our hope is that all will sense they are in the presence of the Sacred.
Additionally, we offer alternative worship opportunities that include an array of spiritual practices such as meditation, yoga, global music, and art that are free and open to all.
Sunday Service Times
September through June: 10:00-11:15 am
Additional multigenerational services are held periodically throughout the year.
Thank you for worshiping with us! It is our hope and prayer that you will sense our welcome and God’s presence. Especially if you are a first time visitor, we want to do everything we can to help you feel comfortable. Below are a few questions that will hopefully ease your mind and relieve that “new church” stress that so many of us feel when we are exploring a new place…especially a place of worship!
We have two large parking lots. The “Upper Lot” is located right next to the church immediately after you turn into our driveway. We reserve this lot for those who find it difficult to walk. The “Lower Lot” is just behind the church – follow the driveway around, you can’t miss it!
Yes, the lower and middle levels of the church facility are wheelchair accessible. An elevator provides access to the upper level which includes the sanctuary (where services are held). We also reserve the upper level parking lot for those who find it difficult to walk or need special assistance.
Come as you are! You are welcome to dress casually when you come to Community Church. We want you to feel welcome and right at home when you step into the church. If you would prefer to dress up, you are welcome to do so, as there are members and guests that dress up as well as those that come casually. Please don’t worry about your attire! You are guests in God’s church!
We delight in being a multigenerational community and joyfully welcoming all ages in our worship. Toward the beginning of service, a worship leader will give a Children’s Message in which all the children are asked to come forward. If they feel comfortable, they are welcome to come forward or you are welcome to bring them up. At the end of the message, the children may remain with you in church or go down to Church School or “Kinderkirk,” our child care program for infants and toddlers. You’ll also find that activity bags are available for children during the worship hour when they do not attend Sunday School.
Nursery care, “Kinderkirk,” is available for infants and toddlers. We have a wonderful group of caring volunteers and paid staff who tend our Sunday morning nursery. If your little one becomes restless during the worship service, we hope that you will take advantage of their loving care.
Each worship service is about one hour and fifteen minutes long. Worship is the vital core of our life here at Community Church. It is the spiritual bread that feeds us, and the primary way in which we connect weekly as a congregation. We are committed to designing worship experiences which are relevant to our lives and crafted around weekly themes, and which help us to follow Jesus’ example. The content and spirit of our worship service are guided by a central theme, chosen either from what is known as the Common Lectionary of Bible readings or from current themes that arise within our Congregational life, or the community at large. We seek in worship to connect our faith with the realities of the world and our daily lives.
There is no expectation other than that you know we are glad that you are with us. God calls all of us to offer our best… but God is not an accountant and neither are we. Receive God’s word and give according to God’s graciousness to you!
We typically celebrate Holy Communion (the Eucharist) on the second Sunday of each month and at special seasonal services. Our table is open to all who desire to receive the nourishment and refreshment of God’s spirit. All ages and backgrounds are welcome.
We typically use cubes of bread (and gluten-free bread) and non-alcoholic grape juice in communion. An usher will bring a tray to your pew. We take turns holding the tray for the person next to us. After you take the bread or juice, hold it until everyone in the church has been served. The pastor will then invite all of us to eat or drink together. We use this format as a way to remind ourselves of Christ’s call to serve one another.
Please don’t be nervous about your first visit with us. You are our guest, and we want you to feel comfortable. While you will be greeted and welcomed, you won’t be put on the spot, singled-out or embarrassed. During the service, you´ll notice a mini-form in the seat in front of you. If you’d like to learn more about Community Church and/or talk with our Pastor, please fill out the form and put in in the offering plate or give it to an usher when you leave.
Fellowship Hour is an informal social time right after church. It’s a chance to share some light refreshments and chat with others. You are more than welcome to come, but you certainly don’t have to. Some people stay for five minutes, others for as long as 45 min. Do what feels right to you.
If you have additional questions, please stop by our office, send us an email or give us a call.
One of the great joys of life here is the opportunity to be with people of all ages. One of the many ways we do this is by periodically offering worship services that are co-led by children and adults.
On Christmas Eve, we offer two worship opportunities: a 4:00 pm Family Service/Pageant and a 9:00 pm Service Lessons and Carols. All are welcome! 4pm Order of Service " target="_blank" rel="noopener noreferrer">9pm Order of Service
Lent, Holy Week and Easter
An Ash Wednesday Service is held in the Sanctuary at 12:00 pm. The service includes the imposition of ashes for those who wish to receive them.
During Holy Week, we offer a Maundy Thursday Seder Remembrance at 6:00 pm. On Easter Sunday, we offer two services, at 8:30 and 10:30, with a special Fellowship Hour in between.
In June the children lead worship on Celebration Sunday.
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