At Community Church, we have no shortage of events and opportunities to help us get to know each other--and Him--better. If you see something listed that interests you, please let us know! You're welcome to join us for any and all of the opportunities listed below.
Hey Friends…are you hungry for some food and fellowship? If so, mark your calendars…
FEAST is every Wednesday! We are serving delicious homecooked meals from 3:30 to
6:30 p.m. The cost is $6.00. The menu is as follows: October 4 - Taco Salad Bar w/chicken or beef and fixin’s, October 11th - Beef Tips over Noodles, October 18th - Spaghetti,
Meatballs, Tossed Salad & Garlic Bread, October 25th - Kielbasa, Sauerkraut, Mashed
Potatoes & Applesauce.
If you have a child in 5th, 6th or 7th grade, chances are you have gotten some questions about getting older, physical changes and how they feel about members of the opposite sex.
If you’d like some help answering those questions from a Biblical perspective, save the date for Created by God November 16-18 right here at Community Church. We are offering this course so that your son or daughter might know the facts of human sexuality, learn the
correct vocabulary, and learn what intimacy truly means. Your child will learn about all of these topics in a safe, developmentally appropriate, and fun environment.
Registration is open now! All registration and payment can be completed using Community Central.
If you need help accessing Community Central or help signing up, please contact a staff member or visit www.communityumchurch.com and find Community Central under the Info tab. If you have questions about the Created By God program, please contact
Brian Coiner at email@example.com.
Want to know more about Community Church membership? Sign up for CLASS 101!
New class will begin Saturday, October 21st. We will begin at 4:00pm in Patterson Parlor.
If childcare is needed or you have questions, please contact Elizabeth Somes at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-744-3413 ext. 204. Registration forms at the Welcome Center or you can sign up through Community Central.
Have you ever considered walking where Jesus walked, or sailing on the Sea of Galilee, or walking the streets of Old Jerusalem? What it would be like to visit the birthplace of Jesus, or the site of the crucifixion, or better still, the empty tomb? We are contemplating making another trip to the Holy Land in late 2018 or early 2019.There will be an initial Informational Meeting on Wednesday, November 1st, at 7:00pm here at Community Church. You are invited to come and hear about the trip, to see some pictures from previous trips and to ask questions. Attending the meeting does not bear any obligation. Just come and learn about this great opportunity. If there is enough interest to form a group, then further steps will soon be taken to pick dates and set an itinerary.
The United Methodist Women will be holding their annual “Free” Clothing Giveaway on Saturday, November 4th, from 9am to 1pm in the Multi-Ministry room. Set up days are Thursday and Friday, Nov. 2nd and 3rd. Please bring your clothes (in good, wearable condition please) to the church beginning Wednesday evening, Nov. 1st (after the Feast). Thank you in advance for your donations and volunteering time in setting up for this event. All our welcome and many hands our needed.
Fall has arrived and with that comes our Thanksgiving and Christmas outreach that feeds around 50 families each. Food Pantry shopping list for October: Hamburger / Chicken / Tuna Helper, Boxed Scallop Potatoes and AuGratin Potatoes, Rice Side Dishes, Stove Top Stuffing and Instant Mashed Potatoes. Please leave donations in the bins located by the MMR and Church office.
Registration for the upcoming season of Upward Sports basketball at Community UM Church is open! All kids in K-2nd grade are welcome to have fun playing basketball & learning about Jesus! 🏀
Register online at: www.registration.upward.org/UPW65643
Learn the signs of this thriving and hidden industry, including red flags, how & why it happens and who to call about suspicious behavior. An educated/ aware community is a safer community. For more information contact Krystal Novak at Krystal20n@aol.com.