Independent and United Church of Christ
Community Church of the Monterey Peninsula
On Carmel Valley Rd. between Carmel Middle School and Rancho Canada Golf and Country Club
Acceptance + Nurture + Service + Grace
|Community Church of the Monterey Peninsula 4590 Carmel Valley Road, Carmel, CA 93923
PO Box 222811 Carmel, CA 93922
(831) 624-8595 FAX: (831) 624-8927
Sunday Worship 10:00 a.m.
(Music Prelude 9:50 a.m.)
a unique blend of contemporary and traditional
with Pastor Paul Wrightman
(Ordained Minister in the United Church of Christ)
Godly Play Church School during second half of service
Childcare provided Coffee Fellowship at 11:00 a.m.
|On September 21, 2014 the membership of Community Church of the Monterey
Peninsula voted to become a "dual track" church, both Independent and United
Church of Christ. Please see the article by Pastor Paul in the November issue of
our church newsletter, Beyond Sunday, for more details (click link to open).
|Come home to us!
Please save, rinse and crush your
recyclable aluminum beverage cans
and plastic bottles (NO GLASS), and
bring them to the receptacles at church.
(Only clean beverage containers,
please, no food cans.) The proceeds
raised go toward bus passes and other
needs of the men in the I-HELP program.
|PRAYING & WORSHIPPING AS ONE:
As an extension of our community of
prayer and worship, we hold a Bible
study/worship service on Saturdays at
10 a.m. at the Chinatown shelter in
Salinas. They have a book in which
participants write prayers and wish to
unite these unseen/unspoken prayers
with ours at Community Church.
Although private, and for God’s eyes
only, this book is brought regularly and
placed on the small table of candles lit
during our prayer time-a small sign of
our solidarity with them as we are one
with them in Christ, and in our shared
12:15 - 1:15 p.m
by Pastor Paul
A tile for our Memory Wall in Woodhull Hall may be purchased in memory of or to
CCMP with the name for your tile, or call Pam Klaumann (624-8759).
|The Towel Team Ministry collects towels from hotels and thrift
stores around the Peninsula. The towels are sorted, bundled, and
delivered to various ministries in the county who help people without
permanent homes get showers and stay clean.
a delightful way to honor
or memorialize someone
celebrate an anniversary,
birth or birthday
or simply enjoy contributing
to Sunday worship
Call or email Carole 624-8595
Please bring nonperishable food items
when you come to church; they will be
distributed in our local community
through the Food Pantry at St. Mary’s
Church in Pacific Grove.
You will notice our food basket as you
enter the Narthex
(front entrance of the Sanctuary).
This is a year-round project of our
|If you would like to be a part of this vital ministry,
please call Patricia Henry at 624-3288.
|Click HERE for a
slide show of last year's
Blessing of the Animals
October 5, 2013
Click here for KSBW news clip
(following Butterfly Parade
|Lion's Garden Woodcut
by Elizabeth Wrightman
used with the artist's
More of Elizabeth's original art
may be found at
|Click HERE to hear
of what CCMP has
come to mean in
|Mid-Week Communion Service
Wednesdays at Noon Outcalt Chapel
Meditative Interdenominational Peaceful
|Sunday, November 23
(Prelude Music 9:50 a.m.)
Reverend Liz Mirante
"Thanks in All Things"
Jean Widaman, Music Director
Eric Rowe, Accompanist
with the CCMP Choir
|Assistive Listening Devices Now Available!
|are especially welcome at
Godly Play Sunday School
every Sunday with Linda Lyon
Click here for more information.
|CANS FOR CAREERS
(and plastic bottles too!)
IMAGE OF GOD
to the volunteers from CCMP and Sun Street
Centers (SSC) who teamed up to park
nearly 1,000 cars on the church grounds during a
Porsche event at neighboring Rancho Canada!
We were able to donate nearly $5000 to their
program in Salinas. SSC houses 54 men with
addiction issues. The program has saved many of
these homeless and borderline men's lives. Once
recovered, many find and reconnect with family
and learn opportunities for success. Visit their
website or Facebook page for more information.
Our dear Reverend is
recovering well from surgery
and expected back in the pulpit
in December. He appreciates
everyone's understanding of
his need to focus on healing.
We are grateful to our
November Guest Ministers:
Reverends Alan McLarty,
Jeanie Shaw, Liz Mirante and
our own Elizabeth Wrightman!
|One Starfish Safe Parking
has begun at CCMP. The program
aims to provide a safe overnight
parking place for women and their
children who seek refuge in their
cars. Approved by the CCMP Board
of Governors, we provide five parking
spaces between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.
The One Starfish program screens
participants and provides supportive
services, including a Port-a-potty and
water, and carries liability insurance.
For complete details please see the
article in the October "Beyond
Sunday" church newsletter
(click to open)
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
on the Labyrinth
|Many thanks to all who helped and/or
participated in our Second Annual
for the I-HELP Men whom we
host every month
COATS, SHOES, SOCKS,
SCARVES, GLOVES, ETC.
FOR THE MEN IN OUR
|The CCMP Missions
invites you to help
homeless women through
the Women Alive! program
at Dorothy's Place
Open 12 - 4 p.m.
Wednesday thru Saturday
We welcome your
donations every Tuesday,
12 - 4 p.m.