Welcome to Community Church’s Adult Ministry page.
There are a growing number of ministries available to men and women in our church and we are pleased that you have stopped by to take a look. There’s no hurry. Take your time browsing through the various ministries. As always, if you have additional questions that are not answered here, please feel free to call or email our Adult Ministry Pastor, David Mundt.
As our church continues to grow, small groups become essential for building strong, lasting friendships. We have more than 35 groups that meet during the week.
Numerous opportunities are available to the men of Community Church. Small groups, conferences, breakfasts, and workdays. All the information is here for you.
There is no shortage of opportunity for women at Community Church. Small groups, mentoring, conferences, and retreats. All the details can be found right here.
Young Career Ministry
This is a new ministry for ages 23-30. Click here for more details.
This ministry serves our church family by coming alongside those who are (or were recently) in the hospital, serving as health advisers and advocates, and providing classes and seminars.
These ministries serve to meet the needs of people attending our weekend services. Guest Services include our Greeter, Usher, Concierge, and Welcome Center ministries.
Life Changing Discipleship
Crossing the line of faith is not the end of our spiritual journey, but the beginning. This ministry serves our church family by providing “next step” opportunities for spiritual growth.
At Community Church, we take prayer seriously and we are striving to grow towards greater maturity in our prayer efforts. Click this link to learn more about prayer opportunities at Community Church.
Exposing Human Trafficking
Community Church is looking to increase our awareness of and involvement in the efforts to abolish human trafficking. Click this link to read about our efforts and for additional resources.
Nursing Home Ministry
This visitation team provides loving care for our family members who are sick and/or shut-in and provides Bible study and visitation to local nursing homes. (This link is still being created.)