Adult Bible Study:
Each Wednesday evening at 6:00 pm we hold an adult Bible study in the fellowship hall of the church. All are welcome to attend. The Bible study lasts for about an hour.
The Narcotics Anonymous Group is lead by Phil Jackson a long serving member of CMC. Phil and four other faithful servants come weekly to the church to provide a safe space for recovering addicts. The leaders of the NA group have a consensus style of leadership in which all have a voice, and decisions are made by the group as a whole. The meetings are Saturday from 10:30 am to 12 noon. The 1st Saturday of the month is open to all, guest are welcomed and encouraged. The following Saturdays are closed meetings specifically for addicts or for those who think they may have a drug problem.
Our mission to help any addict lose the desire to use drugs, and find a new way to live without the use of drugs
Community Mennonite Church is spiritually grounded through the work of our Elders. This monthly gathering of spiritually mature individuals is designed to assist the pastor in addressing the various spiritual needs facing the church. The group also has the important task of working directly with the pastor on concerns and needs directly related to the pastor.
Community Mennonite Church is overseen by a group of individuals from our membership body. This group gathers monthly to address financial responsibilities and church life. The Leadership Team works on a consensus model of leadership. All participants of the 7-member team hold equal value in the group and strive to move with one voice for the health and wellbeing of the community. CMC is dedicated to making sure our Leadership Team is diverse and is a good representation of our church body. CMC is also dedicated to being a transparent church in which all major decisions of church life are brought before the entire church body.