Community Christian is an inter-denominational church which meets at 5 pm every Saturday at HighPoint. Our service offers Bible teaching on practical life issues, opportunities to connect with those having similar interests, and a blend of Christian music with a “softer sound.”
With years of ministry experience, Dr. Earl Ferguson, along with his wife Pat, takes the lead in this innovative ministry.
Please note that this service does not offer nursery or children’s classes, although children are welcome to attend with their parents.
On March 16 our service will be moved to the Friendship Center, HighPoint due to the Daddy Daughter Dance.
Come early and check out the beautiful decorations in the CAC. then walk across the quad for our usual Saturday night service.Stay for light refreshments afterwards.
March 2, we’ll be collecting non-perishable items for the Romeoville Campus Pantry. There is a box for your contributions at the Welcome Center.
Pantry needs for March are:
toilet paper, laundry soap, newborn diapers
spaghetti sauce, mayo, and chili
canned fruit, juice, snacks for school lunches
Due to lack of shelf space no canned vegetables, or soup this month, please.
SMALL GROUP - The Wednesday small group will be meeting at Pat Emrick's home in Grand Haven at 6:30 PM each Wednesday and will be using the study guide based on Bill Hybel's book, “Too Busy not to Pray.” You are welcome to join Pastor Earl and David Griesemer for this encouraging study. Please let David know you are coming so that you can be admitted at the gate (phone 708.921.0717)..
Fill the Baskets: Community 4:12 Ministry at Community Christian Church is providing Easter baskets to 350 children at Isaac Singleton and A.O. Marshall Elementary Schools in East Joliet, and many donations are needed for the baskets. Thank you for helping to provide a happy Easter to these children! There is a donations list at the Welcome Center. If you would rather donate than shop, please make checks to Community 4:12 and write E Joliet Easter Baskets in the memo section.
On April 6th, HighPoint welcomes DC3, a well-known local women’s trio, who have been singing together for over 14 years. CDs are available at the Welcome Center for $10 or 2/$15. There will be a love offering taken at the door. Bring a friend and enjoy the sweet and lively harmonies of Lorraine, Mary and Donnie.