... to glorify God by making disciples of all nations.
Easter Sunday - April 4
Our Easter Sunday services will be at the same time as our regular Sunday services.
Inside (full compliance) service at 8:00, and
outside in the tabernacle at 9:30 and 11:00
We hope you can join us!
Sunday Service Information
We have two service times each Sunday.
9:00am Contemporary Worship & 10:45am Traditional Worship
Both services are inside in our sanctuary,
Sunday School for Children Nursery through High School available during 9:00 service.
We are currently offering two options for viewing Sunday services.
One is a service for families with young children (through elementary school age)
and the other is a worship service.
We invite you to choose the service you or your family would prefer viewing,
May 13. 2021
Dear CBC Family and Visitors,
We are trying to roll with the constantly changing restrictions, we are now offering some indoor services. The 8:00 service is inside - full compliance, which means no singing, and masks required. The 9:30 service will remain in the tent in the back of the church. And the 11:00 service has moved into the sanctuary, there will be singing and masks will be recommended. With the diversity of health and age in our church family we will faithfully practice social distance seating and the wearing of masks within three feet of others; this is a very practical way we can sacrificially serve and submit to one another as members of Christ’s body.
We are thankful for neighbors who have expressed their support of our outdoor meetings and also Nevada County has granted us a provisional use permit for outdoor amplification. We really covet your continued prayer as a leadership. Pray for us as we anticipate possible future health orders and as we attempt to plan for faithful Gospel ministry with our church family.
Brothers and Sisters, building yourselves up in your most holy faith and praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God. Jude 20-21a
Details for Sundays:
Time: 8:00 am 9:30am & 11:00am
No reservations necessary.
Parking: There will be parking behind the church for our elderly and others needing assistance, All others, please park in the front parking lots.
Tent access: Walk around either side of the church building. If you don’t mind two sets of stairs, you may enter through the Welcome Center and up to the back lot.
Health Orders: We will practice social distance seating and wearing masks within 3 feet of others.
Tent seating: Bring your own lawn chair. If you do not have a lawn chair, or if it is too difficult to carry one, we will gladly provide you a chair. The seating area is in the paved parking lot, so it's level and easy to access..
Services: Our services will have a normal format, with singing, preaching and also a testimony. We plan the services for 50-55 minutes in length.
Soul Care Resources
The Lord's Prayer
9 Pray then like this:
“Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be your name.
10 Your kingdom come,
your will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
11 Give us this day our daily bread,
12 and forgive us our debts,
as we also have forgiven our debtors.
13 And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
Questions to Ask Any Passage of Scripture
Matthew 6:9–13 (ESV)
Christian Coloring Pages
ESV Study Bible
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9:00 am & 10:45 am
11481 State Highway 174
Grass Valley, CA, 95945
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During the Coronavirus Event
Updated April 8, 2020
Ministry Emphasis of the Month
Join us in Prayer!
Today, over 340 million Christians experience extreme persecution & discrimination for following Jesus- that’s 1 in 8 Christians worldwide.
In places like India, extremist mobs often attack Christians. In North Korea, owning a Bible can get your entire family sent to a labor camp. In China, the government tracks Christians & shuts down unauthorized churches. And in places like Iran, it’s illegal to even convert to Christianity.
However, even during extreme persecution, the global Church is alive, full of joy and growth.
Join us in prayer for our persecuted brothers & sisters as One Church, One Family.
PRAY for the small community of Christians who remain in Afghanistan after the Taliban’s takeover. Ask God to provide for their needs, give them protection, and let them know they are not alone, and the worldwide Church stands with them.
PRAY for Christians in Egypt, Iraq & Syria to have the courage and wisdom to be bold for Jesus in the face of ongoing discrimination. Ask God to prepare Christians in some parts of the country for the reality of violent attacks by extremists.
PRAY for Christians in North Korea, Somalia, Eritrea, & Iran who are imprisoned or held captive for their faith. Ask God to give them the comfort of the Holy Spirit- and pray for their expedited release and freedom.
PRAY for young Christian girls who face the threat of abduction and forced marriage in Muslim-majority countries like Egypt. Ask God to move authorities to take abductions seriously and prosecute the perpetrators swiftly and with justice.
PRAY for persecuted Christians who have been displaced from their homes by extremist attacks in countries like Nigeria, Egypt, Syria & Burkina Faso. These believers have lost all their earthly belongings. Pray that God would provide for their needs & that they would know they are not alone.
PRAY for the pastors and Christian leaders of the persecuted Church. Ask God to give them wisdom in leading their congregations, guiding them to be prepared for persecution- helping them forgive and love their enemies.
Chris & Carolin Jackson
Chris and Carolin Jackson serve with Wycliffe in Africa. They work together on dual projects: children’s Sunday school curriculum and teacher training to help churches disciple children in their language.
1. For our preparations for the upcoming literacy workshops that will run January 9 to March 5.
2. That the Lord will lead the right people to come to the literacy classes this year. Often, we don’t know exactly who and how many will come until the day they arrive.
3. For our plan to travel to the US in April-June to work out.