Welcome to

Community Church

Join us this Sunday

For worship and the celebration of Christ’s continued work in our community.

 

Meet our new Spiritual Leader, Pastor Kyle VanArsdol. He is here with his family wife Amanda, Elexa, Kanton, Sweden, Kaidric, and Cypress.

Student Assistance Fund

A new school year is beginning! You’re invited to join the ministry of the SAP Program by praying for our university students to grow spiritually, mentally, socially and physically according to God’s principles.

In addition to our prayer, they receive financial scholarships. You can support this ministry by designating your cash or check contribution to the SAP fund. Online giving is an option at moabcommunitychurch.com .

Recipients for 2020-2021

Lauren Drake – Westminister College – Nursing
Jayelen Knowles – United States Naval Academy – Mechanical Engineering – Senior
Kylie Haycock – SLC Community College – Elementary Education
Melissa Patrick – CO Christian University – Elementary Education
Ernestine Largo – Utah State University – RN Nursing Program
Robina Pals – Utah State University – Accounting Senior

Services

Sunday Morning Service:

Children's· 10:00 a.m. Worship Service (Childrens Church and Nursery provided) · 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Time outside · 11:15 a.m. Connection Classes (paused for COVID lockdown)

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Men's Prayer Meeting

Wednesday mornings 6:00 a.m. @ Moab Diner. All men are invited for this time of fellowship & prayer.

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Help Us Keep in Touch!

  • Seeking current information for the church directory. Have you dropped your landline, added a cell phone or email address or made other changes? Please let the office know. (435-259-7319)
  • If you know of someone who should receive the monthly newsletter through the mail, please call the office.

Everyone Can Serve

Give OnlineLook for opportunities to serve; don’t wait to be asked!  Remember, you can serve without being a part of an “official” ministry. We all can:

  • Extend the word of welcome, whether or not we are official greeters
  • Be listening caring friends, whether or not we are offical lay counselors
  • Be ready to give reason for the hope that is in us, whether or not we are on the evangelism team
  • Be enthusiastic participants and ready to give a hand, whether or not we are on the planning or cleanup committees.

The Mission Briefing

by: Pastor Kyle.
 
Greetings from Colorado! It’s exciting to be able to reach out to you all as your new pastor from this edition of the Community Church’s newsletter. I trust you have found Keith’s Quill a great read over the years. I always found his letters warm, encouraging, and helpful. With these same objectives in mind, I would like to label my contribution to the newsletter “The Mission Briefing.”
 
There are a number of ways of communicating mission-critical information, one of which is the brief. The idea of the brief is to present important information in a clear, concise, and expedient manner. This language resounds with me because as Christ’s special possession, we are His people on a mission. Jesus sends us all out into the world to fulfill God’s promise to Abraham, that we would be a blessing to all nations. As followers of Jesus, we have been incorporated into this early promise with all its privileges and responsibilities. I hope that as you celebrate Christ this month, you will deeply enjoy your position of representing Him with hope, peace, love, and joy.
 
Looking at your calendar, I would imagine that many of you are preparing for the Christmas Eve service. It looks like there will be limited space, so you will need to reserve your place immediately by calling Crystal in the office. Before you do that and despite the limitations, I would encourage you to invite a friend or neighbor outside the church to attend with you. They may tell you “no,” but imagine what they are in store for if they say, yes!
 
This service always seemed like a gift to the community, I would hope that it could still be. If you do not get a spot in the sanctuary, I’m sure the service will be streaming live. Perhaps you could host a watching party for people in your close circles to watch along with you. This pandemic has allowed us to serve in some new and perhaps more effective ways. Imagine the good news of Christ in a hundred homes where two or more are gathered in His name. That would be exciting. Let’s view the challenges ahead of us as opportunities for fruitfulness.
 
Toward the end of the month, watch for a special announcement about some plans that are in the works for experiencing God’s word together as a church in 2021. I will explain it all to you via video at an upcoming worship service. Please, don’t miss it, I’m certain this will change lives, perhaps even yours!
 
As for us, we will be celebrating Christ with Molina Baptist Church this year and working with them for the next few weeks to take over my responsibilities here and prepare for a pastoral search. I’m planning on December 27th being my last Sunday. We will be in Moab as soon as possible after that. We are currently looking for homes in the area. I know many of you are praying and keeping your eyes out for a place for us. Thank-you. I’m certain that the Lord is working all this together for good as we walk in His purposes.
 
I have a video announcement for you. Please consider joining us in this Bible Study! Please watch these:
 
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Merry Christmas, Pastor Kyle
 

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