Sunday School: 9:30am – Sunday Morning Service: 10:45am – Sunday Evening Service: 6:00pm
Midweek Prayer and Bible Study: Wednesdays, 7:00pm – Awana, School months: Wednesdays, 7:00pm
After Moses died, it was time for Israel to move into the Promised Land. Joshua was tasked with the job of leading his people into their land. In the book of Joshua, we gain insight into many principles that are instructive for our modern lives. Come and join us as we march through the land with General Joshua. Sunday at 10:45 a.m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL, 9:30am
Study the scriptural riches contained in the great hymns of faith and songs of praise and worship.
As they get to know "The Twelve Disciples," the ladies class is discovering that the Master can take the most fear-filled among us and empower us to be confident witnesses of His grace and forgiveness.
SUNDAY EVENING SMALL DISCUSSION GROUPS, 6:00 pm
In Hebrews, we see that Jesus Christ, God's Son, is the radiance of the glory of God the Father. He is the exact representation of His nature, He upholds all things by His power, and He sits at the right hand of the Majesty on high. Come meet with us in small groups as we carefully study the Superiority of the Son.
WEDNESDAY PRAYER MEETING, 7:00pm
Join us for Bible study and prayer for the needs of our Community Bible Church family, friends and missionaries. On the first Wednesday of each month, our prayer is devoted to the needs of our missionaries.
WELCOME TO “COMMUNITY”
Thank you for visiting our church web site. We want you to get to know about us and we want to get to know you as well.
WHAT IS COMMUNITY BIBLE CHURCH?
We are often asked, “What is a Bible church?” We are glad to give an answer. We are what our name implies. We are a Bible-teaching, Christ-centered ministry. We are not cultic; rather we are evangelical holding to teaching identified as solidly Biblical (see doctrinal section).
While we are not denominationally affiliated, we are associated with the Independent Fundamental Churches of America (IFCA). This group of churches is well known for its members such as Dr. M.R. Dehaan of Radio Bible Class; Dr. John Walvoord of Dallas Seminary; Dr. John MacArthur of Grace to You and a number of other well known Christian leaders. (See the IFCA link for more information.)
HOW IS WORSHIP CONDUCTED?
We conduct our worship “decently and in order” (1 Cor. 14:40). We use both traditional hymns and scriptural songs. During Sunday evening services we welcome requests to sing your favorite hymns. Our music is intended to teach sound doctrine and to lift our spirits to God above. We see worship as being God centered rather than entertaining and emotion driven (Eph. 5:19; Col. 3:16).
The method of preaching is expository. It is verse-by-verse with explanation of the meaning of the passage coupled with applications to current life. Most often we teach through a Bible book; but from time to time a subject, a doctrine, or Bible character is taught.
We believe this method is: 1) Biblical, 2 Tim.4:2; 2) it covers the broad scope of the Bible – the whole counsel of God; 3) it teaches every Bible doctrine over a period of time; and 4) it teaches people how to understand their Bible.
We encourage people to bring their Bibles to church and follow along in the Scripture as the Bereans of old did (Ac. 17:10-11).
We are not formal or ritualistic, nor are our services rowdy and disorganized. We do not have a dress code but we encourage people to dress showing respect for God.
WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE ATTEND?
We are people from a cross section of the community. We are both blue collar workers and professional people. Military and civilian. We are families and singles. We are multi racial. We are young (Nursery provided) and older saints (oldest 96). We find common ground in Christ our Savior.