Welcome to Community Bible Fellowship
When faced with trying times, we believe that we are stronger together than we are apart.
When faced with tough personal circumstances, we believe in the power of God to transform lives and to give real, practical help to deal with life’s many challenges.
When faced with an increasingly apathetic, secular and materialistic culture, we believe that God is the Sower of the old parable, profligately showering His blessing upon all of us; making the sun to shine and the rain descend on both the righteous and the unrighteous alike.
However, like any good farmer knows, it’s not enough to have good seed. There must be good soil to receive the seed. So we seek to cultivate the soil of our minds and hearts in such a way that we can humbly receive God’s good seed. Therefore we value humble, grateful, service-oriented hearts and constantly try to emulate the Master in that.
Come visit. You’ll find our services to be informal yet intentional. We spend a lot of time trying to get the message, the music, the skits, the media…everything…to share a common theme, a common message. Yet in the end, we acknowledge that the slickest presentation in the world is not as good as the Holy Spirit’s power, so we allow room for the Spirit to move, to guide, to lead and to teach.
We offer Sunday school classes for all ages, multiple ministries and missions, Bible studies and accountability groups. Consider adopting our family as your own and come grow with us.
Sunday school - 9:00 AM
Sunday service- 10:15 AM
1st Sunday of the month - 7:00 PM
We have a Sunday school class for every age. A nursery is available for all Sunday services.
During the Week
Wednesday Choir Rehearsal - 6:00 PM
Wednesday Bible studies - 7:00 PM
Thursday Rubicon Rehearsal - 7:00 PM
The first session of Fall Bible Study Classes begins Wednesday, September 3. Registration ends on Sunday, August 24. Please check out the booklets on the information table or contact the church office for more information.
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