|Community Church of the Monterey Peninsula
On Carmel Valley Rd. between Carmel Middle School and Rancho Canada Golf and Country Club
Acceptance + Nurture + Service + Grace
|Community Church of the Monterey Peninsula 4590 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel, CA 93923
PO Box 222811 Carmel, CA 93922
(831) 624-8595 FAX: (831) 624-8927
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
(Music Prelude 9:50 a.m.)
a unique blend of contemporary and traditional
with Pastor Paul Wrightman
(Ordained Minister in the United Church of Christ)
* Godly Play Church School during second half of service * Childcare provided * Coffee Fellowship at 11:00 a.m.
|The CCMP Missions
you to help
through the Women
Alive! program at
|We are a nondenominational Protestant Christian church, governed by our
members. We value openness, independent thinking and inclusiveness in our
journey together. We encourage individual spiritual exploration and do not
require adherence to a creed or a single view of what it means to be a Christian.
We journey by heart, and our goal is to love God and all that God loves.
|Come home to us!
Please save, rinse and crush your
recyclable aluminum beverage
cans and plastic bottles (NO
GLASS), and bring them to the
receptacles at church. (Only clean
beverage containers, please, no
food cans.) The proceeds raised
go toward bus passes and other
needs of the men in the I-HELP
|PRAYING & WORSHIPPING AS
As an extension of our community
of prayer and worship, we hold a
Bible study/worship service on
Saturdays at 10 a.m. at the
Chinatown shelter in Salinas. They
have a book in which participants
write prayers and wish to unite
these unseen/unspoken prayers
with ours at Community Church.
Although private, and for God’s
eyes only, this book is brought
regularly and placed on the small
table of candles lit during our
prayer time-a small sign of our
solidarity with them as we are one
with them in Christ, and in our
|A Study of the Book of Job
in the Library
12:15 - 1:15 p.m
by Pastor Paul
A tile for our Memory Wall in Woodhull Hall may be purchased in memory of or to
honor someone. Six-inch tiles are $200; three-inch tiles are $50. Mail check to
CCMP with the name for your tile, or call Pam Klaumann (624-8759).
|The Towel Team Ministry collects towels from hotels and thrift
stores around the Peninsula. The towels are sorted, bundled,
and delivered to various ministries in the county who help
people without permanent homes get showers and stay clean.
SPECIAL REQUEST MUSIC
a delightful way to honor
or memorialize someone special,
celebrate an anniversary,
birth or birthday
or simply enjoy contributing
to Sunday worship
Call or email Carole 624-8595
joining the prayer
Call the church
office for details.
|AREA FOOD BANKS NEED
Please bring nonperishable food
items when you come to church;
they will be distributed in our
local community through the
Food Pantry at St. Mary’s
Church in Pacific Grove.
You will notice our food basket
as you enter the Narthex
(front entrance of the
This is a year-round project of
our Missions Committee.
|If you would like to be a part of this vital ministry,
please call Patricia Henry at 624-3288.
|Click HERE for a
slide show of our
Blessing of the Animals
October 5, 2013
Click here for KSBW news clip
(following Butterfly Parade
|Lion's Garden Woodcut
by Elizabeth Wrightman
used with the artist's permission and
our gratitude! More original art by
Elizabeth may be found at
|Click HERE to hear
of what CCMP has
come to mean in
|Mid-Week Communion Service
Wednesdays at Noon Outcalt Chapel
Meditative Interdenominational Peaceful
|Sunday, August 24
(Prelude Music 9:50 a.m.)
Reverend Paul Wrightman
Ordained Minister in the United Church of Christ
From Idolatry to Worship
Jean Widaman, Music Director
Eric Rowe, Accompanist
with the CCMP Choir
|Assistive Listening Devices Now Available!
WORLD ART WORKSHOP
Summer Fun for Grades 1-6
". . .where artistic expression
meets cross-cultural exploration!"
has ended for 2014.
for complete information
|are especially welcome at
Godly Play Sunday School
every Sunday with Linda Lyon
Click here for more information.
|CANS FOR CAREERS
(and plastic bottles too!)
|Summer 2014 Sermon Series
10-1: The Ten Commandments
from a Jewish perspective
IMAGE OF GOD
|To raise funds for Dorothy's Place in Salinas,
on September 14, 2014
Reverend Elizabeth Wrightman
is swimming from Alcatraz to San
For complete details, including a direct link for
donations, please visit
|Support Dorothy's Place through
Reverend Elizabeth Wrightman's
ALCATRAZ SWIM FOR THE HOMELESS!
|Share Elizabeth's thoughts about the swim, Dorothy's Place, and more through her blog at
www.wouldgodmilkagoat.com (August Archives)
And look forward to reading about Elizabeth and the Alcatraz Swim for the Homeless
in an article by Lisa Crawford Watson in the Carmel Pine Cone on August 29!