Adult Ministry

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Adult Education

Congregational churches have always believed that people should learn as much as they can about our world and God’s place in it. We at Community Church believe that knowledge is not the enemy of faith, but rather that a curious mind can’t help but wonder and marvel at the beauty of our world and our place in it. We value questions as much or more than answers because questions invite us to keep on exploring. We recognize that all of life is spiritual and that there is no clear boundary between the sacred and secular. With that in mind, we invite anyone with a curious mind and a desire to learn to participate in our educational opportunities.

  • Five different Bible Study groups gather during the course of a week to deepen our understanding of the Scriptures as we view them through current scholarship, share our insights, and support each other as we attempt to live it out.
  • Wednesday evenings serve as our “Midweek Connection.” We share a meal, engage a topic through lecture, film, or interview, and then spend time discussing ways that we might think and live in new ways.
  • Each year our Ella Dodd Distinguished Lecture Series invites a nationally recognized scholar or author to open our minds and hearts to new ways of understanding our faith.


“Wednesdays at Community”

On Wednesday evenings where we share a meal, engage a topic through lecture, film, or interview, and then discuss ways to think and live in new ways. Dinner at 5 PM (Call 772-562-3633 to make a dinner reservation). The programming begins in Community Hall (no reservation needed, just come by) at 5:45 PM. All activities on campus, youth group, bible studies, etc. come together for a brief vespers service. Following this, there is a lecture or topic covered by clergy, laypeople or guests. Generally, this weekly event is finished at 7:30 PM. Click here for a brochure with all the upcoming speakers and events.

Bible Studies
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Annual “Ella Dodd Distinguished Lecture Series”

Annually, Community Church invites a nationally recognized scholar or author to discover new ways of understanding our faith.

in 2018, we are pleased to invite Al Staggs. Mr. Staggs is an actor and pastor who will speak to us in the voice of Clarence Jordan at 4 PM and Dietrich Bonhoffer at 6 PM. These two 20th centuray figures have shaped the understanding of our fairth in subtle and undeniable ways.


Get involved with Community Church Adult Education. Contact Rev. David Johnson at 772-469-2355 or .

Annual Retreats


Slaying Giants

Our Gathering This Year Will Use David’s Story From The Old Testament.

  • Challenges that seem oversized
  • Friendships that help us through rough times
  • The complexity of leadership
  • An honest relationship with God

Take time out - Grow your Spiritual Journey - Develop New Friendships ... Hang Out with the Guys! The retreat is led by Doug Wysockey -Johnson, Exec. Director of Luminos, a retreat Ministry designed to help people reflect on their lives, connect with what matters most to them, and discover God’s call for daily life.

Location: Our Lady of Florida Spiritual Center, North Palm Beach, FL

Questions: Call Dave Mrotek at 203-829-4254

Print out the form here to sign up!

"Beyond Thoughts and Prayers!"

November 9 & 10, 2018

Rev. Jan Hoffman will lead us on this journey of prayer, faith and action. Jan is a recently retired minister in the Reformed Church in America. She and her husband Craig have spent time with our congregation while on vacation. You may have seen them singing in our choir.

Questions: Call Elaine Matthes at 772-469-2309

Print out the form here to sign up!



Rev. David W. Johnson

Minister of Mission and Educationoffice: (772) 469-2355

Suzanne Rice

Administrative Assistant for Pastoral Care, Education, Adult Ministries, and Musicoffice: (772) 469-2303

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