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Get Ready To Worship In the Woods!

Worship will be heading back outside for the summer (EVERY SUNDAY) beginning June 3rd through Labor Day weekend.  We have a beautiful pavilion that overlooks a scenic ravine.  We especially enjoy being outdoors amidst nature, and inviting in various musical guests as we slow it down for the summer.  There is a pre-school playground near by and children are welcome to stay for worship or participate in a story and play time as weather permits.  We hope you will join us this summer.  

Sunday Morning Church not your thing?  That's o.k...

A lot of times, folks think of Church as Sunday morning worship.  And that's fine.  But that is not the only way to be a member of a faith community. Community Church invites all people in our community to engage with us through social justice, volunteering, social events, spiritual retreats,

workshops on different spiritual disciplines, movie nights, family events, etc...  We love art, music, eating and drinking together, and most of all, supporting and caring for one another.  It doesn't matter if you see your faith as "traditional" or if you are spiritual but not religious, or even if you don't think of yourself as spiritual or religious, but you are looking for a welcoming and inclusive community centered in social justice, love, inclusion and compassion.  All are welcome at Community Church and we mean it.  Rev. Jason


July 14th-18th 

Our youth and adults are in the process of planning a summer volunteer trip which will be held locally. We will be staying two nights at CCC and two nights at Hiram College and volunteering with area non-profits that our members are involved with.

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Story Telling Workshop

June 10th: A STORY TO SHARE 
Rick Hyde, Professor Emeritus of Theater at Hiram College, will be leading a Story Telling Workshop at Community Church from approximately 12:00-2:30.  The work shop is about telling "out story", not about being a professional story teller. Each participant will craft and share a story of their own during the workshop. A light lunch will be served following worship around 11:15 for those who are at Church that morning, or who just want to join us for lunch before the session begins at noon.  The workshop is free and open to the community, but we will be asking for a suggested $10 donation for anyone joining us for lunch.  This is a non "overtly religious" activity. You don't have to profess any faith to participate.  All are welcome.   Spaces are limited however so if you are interested please RSVP with Jason. [email protected]