Compassion is our value of justice and mission. In mission, we seek to proclaim the grace of God in Christ and in justice, we work for the good of all.
Community is our value of kindness and relationship. The primary evidence of our discipleship to Jesus is our love for one another. We are committed to doing life together and discovering the joy of loving those who are different from ourselves.
Communion is our value of worship and walking humbly with God. We engage in communion through our private life of abiding in Christ and our public life of worship, which culminates in celebrating our union with Jesus in the sacrament of Communion.
We believe that the Gospel is the good news that God's Kingdom is here and He has done everything in the sinless life, atoning death, and resurrection of Jesus to reconcile us to him forever and make all things new. The Gospel is central to all we do as a church.
The Elders of Christ Community Church are (L -R) Doug Dean, Dan Harris, Artie Farve and Glen Burns.
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