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Our prayer walk is still scheduled despite the rainy forecast. If too rainy, we will hold this Prayer Gathering in the Sanctuary. We will gather first for 20 minutes, then go out, two by two, prayer walking around Cannon Beach. We will walk and offer prayers conversationally for our nation, for elected leaders, for area businesses, for schools and students, for homes and people to come to know Christ, grow in Christ together, and to go with Christ into our community and world.

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This year, we are hosting a virtual Blessing of the Animals on St. Francis Day, October 4th, at 1:00 p.m. via Zoom (Meeting ID: 878 7369 3228). We invite you to call in with your animal to receive a blessing! Please call the church office ahead of time (503-436-1222) to RSVP. We will also provide animal gift bags to be picked up at the Church Building.

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Beginning Wednesday, October 7th, at 6:00 p.m. we will begin meeting weekly for Immerse Worship and Grow Groups every Wednesday evening. We will start in the Sanctuary at 6:00 p.m. for 30 minutes of praise & worship & prayer. We’ll then move into Grow Groups to enjoy an hour of Immerse Bible discussion and life application. If you are not currently in an Immerse Group, we welcome you to come join with one of our Immerse Groups on Wednesday evenings.

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As you read these weekly blog entries, imagine you’ve come to the beach at sunset to sit on a beach log and let your soul be filled with God’s glory and wonder as we discover together more of the mysteries of life with God.

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Pastor David writes, “As John Keats writes in his poem ‘On the Sea’: “O ye! who have your eyeballs vexed and tired, Feast them upon the wideness of the Sea.” During the three decades I’ve lived by the Pacific Ocean, I’ve often walked out to the beach and sat down on a beach log washed up with some previous high tide. At sunset, I’ve watched and waited for the sun to set and the clouds to pick up the last lights of the day, filling the skies with the glory of God. May your soul also be filled with God’s glory and wonder. I currently have two blog series running, including “Hidden Treasures: New Testament Word Studies” and “14 Ways to Grow Deeper in Christ”. Hope you enjoy!”

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We invite you to come explore with us our playlists at the Community Church YouTube Channel featuring devotional videos, encouraging podcasts and inspirational piano concerts.

Our playlists include:
– Hidden Treasures: New Testament Word Studies by Pastor David Robinson
– Cloud Spotting: More than a dozen original solo jazz piano pieces composed and performed by David Robinson on our Steinway 7′ Grand Piano.
– Cloud Devotions: 14 videos reflecting on contemplative spiritual life in Christ.
– Piano Concerts: Four hour-long piano concerts performed by David Robinson accompanied by nature photography from his son Thomas Robinson.