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At Community Bible Chapel you will find yourself warmly greeted by caring & dedicated followers of Christ.


As a part of every Sunday Service at Community Bible Chapel, there are five things you can expect to experience:

John 17:20-23

Fellowship is an integral part of the healthy Christian life & body of believers.
As iron sharpens iron, Christian fellowship sharpens our faith & helps us “…consider how to stir up one another to love & good works…” (Hebrews 10:24)

In addition to gathering together as a whole congregation every Sunday, there are multiple Sunday school classes available for all ages prior to service. More information can be found in the Ministries tab.

We also often come together after service for fellowship potluck meals!
Look for them to be announced on the Home Page.

Romans 12:1-2

Worship is an ongoing way of being, energized by wholehearted love for & knowledge of Christ. It is a life that is characterized by obedience to God & His Word, because “…those who worship him must worship him in spirit & truth.” (John 4:24)

Worship service is simply an outpouring of praise that springs from that ongoing life of worship & desire to glorify God. We consider the mercies & character of the triune God as we worship the Lord together by singing a collection of hymnals & songs that are poetically deep & theologically rich.

Psalm 27:4

Corporate prayer is a significant aspect of church life. It knits believers together, as we are unified in a unique bond of fellowship through our common faith. 

Pastor Vernon opens & closes his sermons by leading the congregation in prayer & also offers time for individual prayer.

Our community does not hesitate to pray for the needs of one another, interceding in love for the concerns of our brethren.

1 Timothy 4:13

Public reading of Scripture is a meaningful part of Christian worship. It is arguably the most fundamental because all other forms of worship manifest in response to the hearing of God’s word, as “…faith comes from hearing & hearing through the word of Christ.” (Romans 10:17)

Pastor Vernon opens his sermon by leading the congregation in reading sections of Scripture together aloud.

2 Timothy 4:2-5

Pastor Vernon delivers his sermons every Sunday through expository preaching, unpacking the Word of God verse by verse within it’s literary & historical context. Through careful exegesis, he demonstrates the meaning of Scripture & offers contemporary applications for the congregation to walk away with.