This series on Politics and Elections continues on Oct. 30, featuring Rev. Brian Ellison, executive director of the Covenant Network of Presbyterians and frequent contributor to KCUR. 10:00 a.m. in the Social Hall. Everyone welcome.
The Christmas carol, “I’ll be Home for Christmas,” is a reminder of the desire of every human heart to find its way home. This sermon series invites us to let the light of Christ’s birth guide us on a journey to peace, hope and joy. Beginning Nov. 27.
Join us for Trunk or Treat on Sun., Oct. 30 in the Chapel parking lot. Dress your little ghoul or goblin in his or her Halloween costume to trick or treat between decorated cars. Chili, caramel apple station, pumpkin decorating, games and more!
Every act of courage, no matter how great or small, takes place within the life of an ordinary woman or man. No one is born courageous. This sermon series, starting Sun., Sept. 18, explores how courage is built by love and grace, faith and hope.
Jerusalem Farm needs new and used small tools for use by small groups helping with construction and repair of neighborhood homes. They especially need painting supplies (rollers and brushes), screwdrivers and hammers. Monetary donations are also needed as well.
Join us on Festival Sunday, the beginning of a new year of spiritual growth opportunities for children, youth and adults. Inspirational message, great music, food, fellowship and fun!
Children (preschool-5th grade) and students (6th-12th grade) are invited to bring their backpacks with them to worship on Sun. August 21 so that Glen and the congregation can pray for them and their upcoming school year.
The idea for this series came from an Elder and Deacon meeting where I asked for sermon suggestions and ideas. Jesus’ simple and clear instruction to love your neighbor as yourself has the potential to lead our world toward peace, but it is not always easy to follow.
Register now for Vacation Bible School at Country Club Christian Church. VBS will take place June 20-23, 5:30-7:30 p.m. followed by a Family Fun Day in worship, Sunday, June 26. VBS is free and open to all children, ages 2 years through 5th grade.
Begins June 5: Do you sometimes feel like you are overstretched, overbooked and about to snap? Our lives can sometimes overwhelm us with our busyness. The old psalm, “Be still and know God,” invites us to a place where we can begin to reorient our lives.
We will once again move the 9:00 a.m. worship hour to our front lawn in the months of June and July. The service will be simple, with gospel-style music, a message of hope and grace, and an invitation to share in communion. Our first Sunday will be June 5.
Country Club Christian Church will provide ongoing support for the first Syrian family to be resettled to the United States under a speeded up “surge operation” to resettle families fleeing that war-torn region.
Children’s and Student Ministry Renovation Team Celebrates Halfway Mark! Since March of last year, the team has quietly been dreaming, researching and organizing what will be the vital children and student ministries.
We are delighted to be a part of one of the most joyous occasions of your lives! A wedding can be held in any setting, but the choice of our Sanctuary or Chapel as the site for your wedding has some distinct implications.