|FOOD NEEDED YEAR-ROUND!
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 (the lobby area at the front
entrance of the Sanctuary).
This is a year-round project of the CCMP
Independent and United Church of Christ
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 a.m.
a unique blend of contemporary and traditional
with Reverend Paul Wrightman
(Ordained Minister in the United Church of Christ)
Childcare Provided Coffee Fellowship at 11:00 a.m.
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|Since 1963, Community Church has been a welcoming, democratic,
independent Christian community. Now both Independent and United
Church of Christ, our mission is to welcome independent-minded people
of all ages, build a diverse Christian community, and nurture one another
to love God, neighbor and self. No matter who you are, or where you
are on life's journey, you are welcome here!
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2012 Sermon Series
by Pastor Paul
in Document Format
A tile for our Memory Wall in Woodhull Hall may be purchased in memory or in
honor of a loved one. For more information, please contact the church office.
|The Towel Team Ministry collects towels from around
the Peninsula. They sort, bundle and deliver them to
various ministries in the county so that people without
You can be part of this ministry by volunteering to
pick up, sort, or deliver towels as needed.
Look for the signup in Woodhull Hall or
call Anne Blume at 375-6164
or Amy Krupski at 324-4803.
|Towel Team Ministries
a CCMP Community Outreach Program
SPECIAL REQUEST MUSIC
a delightful way to honor or memorialize
someone special, celebrate an anniversary,
birth or birthday, or simply enjoy contributing
something lovely to Sunday worship
Call or email Carole 624-8595
COATS, STURDY SHOES, SOCKS,
SCARVES, GLOVES, ETC. FOR THE
PEOPLE SERVED BY I-HELP AND
MORE INFO HERE
|The CCMP Missions Department
invites you to help
homeless women through the
Women Alive! program at
Entrance is just
across from Outcalt
in the northwest
(back) corner of the
during open hours!
is available for yourself or a
loved one, after Worship on
second or fourth Sunday
*Depending on other scheduled meetings
|Enjoy the rose
weekdays 9 a.m.
- 4 p.m.
|Yes, we're the
"Play and Pray" church!
Although the sign we used
to be known for has left with
the closing of the golf club,
we still pray AND play, and
we look forward to
new neighbors in the future!
|50% off Sale
|MONTHLY 50% OFF
SATURDAY, MAY 19
11:30 AM - 4 PM
|Assistive Listening Devices Available
|Sunday, May 20
(Prelude Music 9:50 a.m.)
Reverend Paul Wrightman
Ordained Minister in the United Church of Christ
in a series on St. Paul
The Second of Three Phrases
Summing Up Paul's Philosophy:
with Steven Yoo, Music Director
and the CCMP Choir
|Engaging the Bible
with Rev Paul
1:15 - 2:15 p.m.
in the Church Library*
|*The Church Library is located in the office
building. Enter through the gate beside the
|Community Labyrinth Walks
postponed until further notice, with apologies
|Are you interested in joining
the prayer chain? Would
you like prayers for yourself
or for another?
Call the church office at
|Do You Like to Knit?
Our Prayer Shawl Ministry
9:30-11:30 a.m. All
knitters are welcome!
We meet in the Broaddus
Room, to the right as you
enter Woodhull Hall.
|3rd and 4th Quarterly
Meetings and Potlucks
August 26 - November 18
following the worship service
for the Soul
are postponed for
now, with our
|Questions and questioning
encouraged! Disagreement with
the Pastor welcomed!
Join the interesting discussion.
"It's not your typical Bible
|KEYS TO HANDLING VIOLENCE IN THE
A New Discussion Series with Rev Paul
Four Thursday Evenings:
May 10, 17, 24, 31
Join us for a simple potluck meal (optional),
5:30 - 6:00 pm
Discussion from 6:00 - 7:15 pm
in Woodhull Hall
Can I reject the violence in the Bible and still be a
This four-evening discussion series will answer with a
Each week we’ll look at interpretive keys providing
the tools we need to transcend Biblical violence,
May 10 - Learning to view God's revelation in the Bible
like a topographical map with higher and lower
elevations, rather than a flat, one-dimensional text
where each verse is of the same importance.
May 17 - Learning to see the Bible as the written
record of the wrestling match between God's radical
love and the human addiction to violence.
May 24 - Learning to read the Bible as Jesus did.
May 31 - Learning to see the Bible in its entirety as the
gradual revelation of God's nonviolent nature.
|You Are Most Warmly Invited
TO THE ANNUAL
Saturday, May 12 from 2 – 4 p.m.
Please attend this FREE event.
Stroll the lovely rose garden.
Enjoy traditional rose petal tea,
light refreshments, and music by
Flutist Julie Roseman
and Guitarist Paula Kaiser
Bring your mom, friends and neighbors.
The roses are camera ready!
|A gift of appreciation
to the community by
the CCMP Women's