Whoever you are, wherever you are in your journey of faith, you are welcome at Community Christian Church of Marana

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Rightnow Media

Community Christian Church of Marana is giving you free access to the biggest video Bible study library in the world! You are just moments away from gaining access – at no cost to you - to a huge library of discipleship content for adults, students and kids. Simply click on the link to get started!

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Prayer Wall

Prayer Wall

We have a prayer wall where you can post prayer, read the prayer request of others, and leave comments to let people know you are praying for them. Simply click this picture to link to the prayer wall.

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WELCOME TO WORSHIP

WELCOME TO WORSHIP

Each Sunday we have two worship services. The first is at 9 am (this service is also live streamed on our YouTube channel), followed by a time of fellowship and hospitality. The second service starts at 10:30 am. However you choose to join us, we are glad you are here.

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Sunday School

Sunday School

We currently have our full line-up of Sunday School classes at the 10:30 am worship service! All of these classes have a wonderful group of teachers and assistants. When you come to worship, you can take your child back to the Children’s Center (our fellowship hall) – all of the classrooms are just off that large room.

“Understanding Your Life in Christ”

The summer has been long, the monsoons have been a blessing, and I hope this finds you well.  A year and a half after the pandemic began, our church is continuing to expand our offerings, including coffee hospitality between our 9 am and 10:30 am services, and also, Sunday School classes for kids and youth of all ages at our 10:30 am service.  Of course, you are very welcome to join us in-person, or on-line!  (See the blue “button” near the top of this website).

Currently, we are in the middle of a sermon series on the letter to the Ephesians.  As we have gone through the letter, I have been struck – as I sometimes am, and as I always should be – by the incredible vastness of God.  This letter has been called “the Grand Canyon of Scripture,” partly because it so clearly reveals this vastness.  Ephesians 3:18, for example, expresses appropriate awe over “… how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ.”  Wider than the Grand Canyon?  Absolutely.  Higher and deeper than space, which contains 300 sextillion

NEXT STEP, ONE YEAR LATER

Because our youth currently are not meeting in person, Greg King, our church’s youth leader, has initiated a really great ministry with our youth using a platform called “Slack.”  What he’s doing is taking a topic – say, “salvation” – and having a 10-15 minute videoed conversation about the topic with another person in our church.  The video gets posted, the youth and parents watch it at their convenience, and then make comments, have discussion, etc.  This is a big change from what we’re used to, but nevertheless, we’re learning, and interacting, in ways that are faithful and life giving.

 

In one of the videos that Greg led, a scripture was brought up that I love: Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever. (Hebrews 13:8)  It’s a comfort to know that in this ever-changing world, Jesus – who He is, and what He has done, is doing, and will do – remains the same.  He is the one element of life, in fact, that we can count on.

What Should Our Position Be?

“I urge, then, first of all, that requests, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for everyone – for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.” (1 Timothy 2:1-2)

We are now in the first full week of a new federal administration in our nation. We prayed on Sunday, January 17 for a peaceful transition – before, during, and after the inauguration of President Biden. I’m guessing that was a prayer lifted up by many, many people, and we can thank God, like we did this past Sunday, for answering it!

The election and the inauguration have been quite a stressful time for Americans. As things finally have come to a resolution, some of us are pleased with the outcome, while others of us are disappointed. As Christians, who are citizens of our nation and citizens of the kingdom of God, what should our position be?