CommPres e-Bulletin
Sunday, October 10th, 2021

To Experience and Share the Love of Jesus Christ!

(The Theriault family is moving to Celebration! Let's make our new worship leader feel right at home.)

We can't wait to see you!

Join us at the
8:00AM, 9:30AM or 11:11AM service

You can also watch online on:

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It's time to shine Super Sunday School students!

Join us on Sunday 10/24 @ 9:30 worship as the Super Sunday School children lead worship for our 20th annual Children’s Sabbath!
Today marks 30 Years of active ministry from Pastor William since he was ordained!
Make sure to bring your chili warm and ready to eat in a crockpot or slow-cooker by next Sunday, October 17th at 10:30am.

Do you want to win the title of "Best Chili in the Church"? click HERE!
Hope Partnership is in need of personal care items such as bug spray, sunscreen, shampoo, deodorant. You may bring to Narthex cart or donate additional items directly through the Hope Partnership Amazon Smile wish list: Charity Lists (
We're happy to once again be accepting donations of Gatorade/Powerade, protein bars and protein drinks for our hungry FCA athletes! They are enormously grateful and we love to serve and share the gospel and love of Jesus with them. Items may be dropped off in the Narthex cart.

As our Kafé expands it's hours for the month of October we're looking to hire some baristas to help operate the coffee shop! If you or someone you know would be interested in applying, email

CommPres kids Super Sunday School!

Click HERE to Register, and drop your kids off on Sundays during 9:30 Worship.
Taylor Grace Lewis has officially been named as our new Youth Director! We're so excited to see what she has planned for our next generation. Go Taylor!

CommPres Youth

Middle School Youth meets on Wednesday from 7pm-8:30pm at the church. High School Youth meet on Mondays from 7-9:00pm in the Youth Upper Room.

If you have any questions, please contact: 
Taylor Grace Lewis

Keep in touch with CPY on Instagram and Facebook.

See our October / November Youth Calendar Below!
Middle School + High School Students join us for
Sunday School @ 9:30 in the YOUTH ROOM!
-Encouragement from the Pastor-
Christ's Example

By the looks of the world around us the ministry of our church is desperately needed.

Our goal has been to educate people in the grace of God found in Jesus Christ. This happens at every phase of the ministry: from the pulpit to the Children and Youth programs, to the Life Groups and Bible Studies, even at Staff and Elder meetings. The center piece of our ministry is experiencing and sharing the love of Jesus Christ.
Our practice has been to extend the hands of Jesus Christ to others. Martin Luther said, “God does not need our good works, but our neighbor does.” A core value to Community Presbyterian Church in Celebration has been caring for the lost and broken. That is why we devote so much attention to projects like Kenya, Haiti and the Community Hope Center (now the HOPE partnership), which we established to address the poverty on 192 outside of our bubble of affluence.

While debates swirl about how to deal with the violence and brokenness of our world some suggesting gun control or a more robust police force, what is necessary is the core of human hearts being healed from the taint of sin.

Tom Petty said in an interview, “ No one has misinterpreted Jesus Christ more than Christians,” claiming, “religion was at the base of all wars.” Such an all-encompassing statement of history is not accurate. Furthermore, I have been part of the church my entire life and never been taught to kill, hate, or start wars with anyone. Yes, there are the extremists who don’t represent the truths of our faith, and sadly get all the press. The church has been the primary civilizing force of humanity, emphasizing grace and forgiveness and honoring the image of God in others.

The call for the church today is to correct the misinformation promoted about Jesus and His church. As the population is weary and fearful about being vulnerable anywhere at any time, this is our moment to talk about an eternal peace that impacts the present way we live. Let’s leave a church legacy of saving souls and start talking to people about Jesus Christ!

-Rev. Dr. William Lewis
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