Worship Update - Three ways to worship.
During these challenging times, we will continue to offer online worship. We are also able to say "Welcome Back!" to our sanctuary on Sunday mornings. Please join us for worship
in whatever way you and your family is most comfortable. Worship begins at 10 a.m.
- Facebook. We will continue to stream our worship service “Live”
through the Community Presbyterian Church’s Facebook page.
- Zoom. We are adding a “Zoom” meeting room to stream our service. The
meeting room is under “Pastor John Curtiss”. The meeting room id is: 310 400 2644.
Click here to join the
- In Person. Our Sanctuary will be open – with limiting seating
available (25% capacity). We will have pew cushions clearly marked so that those who attend can sit at least six feet apart. Masks are strongly encouraged and will be provided at the entrances.
If you are sick or have any symptoms related to COVID-19, please stay home.
Dear Friends –
Three quick things.
In worship this Sunday (June 28th), we will be looking at Matthew 10:42-44. In these short verses, Jesus
sends out his disciples, saying, “Whoever welcomes you, welcomes me.” While this is remarkable in itself, Jesus also shows, by the power of one small word that the acts of the disciples, though they
often feel small and insignificant matter greatly in the kingdom of heaven. Which word? Tune in on Sunday to find out. Worship begins at 10 am and you can join us in person, on Facebook Live, or
Second, Wednesday Night Bible Study.
A small group is meeting each Wednesday night from 6:30-7:30 for a weekly bible study on Wisdom. This class is being
offered in person (at tables spread out in the fellowship hall in the basement) and on Zoom. There is room for more. This past week we looked at Proverbs 2 which describes how wisdom is intentionally
sought – and what happens when God’s people grow wise. I find this to be a very appropriate study for us in our current climate of pandemic and civic unrest. We could all benefit from quietly seeking
God’s wisdom in all we do.
I want to say thank you to everyone for their generous support of the mission and minsitry of Community Presbyterian
Church during the past few months. Thank you for keeping your pledges coming. It truly makes a difference.
Also – thank you to everyone who gave to support our current mission – the Family Promise. 14 different families
provided two weeks worth of evening meals to the network guests. And your generosity, combined with a matching donation from our Community Clothesline has enabled us to make a cash donation to Family
Promise to help the cover their operating expenses during this time of uncertainty. Thank you.
Sincerely, Pastor John