Summer Nights @ Community

Summer is filled with family gatherings, so we want to make Summer Nights at Community a special time for our church family to gather and enjoy some summer fun. Join us for our Sunday evening service at 6:00 PM, then hang out for these special events beginning July 1. For the outdoor events, bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on and ENJOY the night! There will be games out on the lawn for all ages.


July 1, 7:30 PM — Independence Day Celebration

What better way to celebrate American Independence Day than with apple pie and ice cream. Patriotic music will add to the evening’s celebration.

 

July 8, 7:30 PM — Movie Night | I Can Only Imagine

Based on the incredible true-life story that inspired the beloved, chart-topping song, I Can Only Imagine is a song that brings ultimate hope to so many – often in the midst of life’s most challenging moments. Amazingly, the song was written in mere minutes by MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard. In reality, those lyrics took a lifetime to craft.

 

July 15, 7:30 PM — Fiesta Night

Join us for nachos and all the trimmings. Chips, cheese, jalapenos, salsa, etc. A live mariachi band will provide entertainment.

 

July 22, 7:30 PM — International Dessert Night

Come and experience delicious international desserts. Bring a dessert that represents your heritage to share and taste a little bit of what the rest of the world has to offer. All diets are suspended!

 

July 29, 7:30 PM — Hot Rods & Dogs

There will be a classic car show outside our main entrance featuring several classic muscle cars. Bring your camera that day to take photos alongside the hot rods or sitting atop a Harley while enjoying a delicious hot dog.

 

August 5, 7:30 PM — Movie Night | Paul: Apostle of Christ

Risking his life, Luke ventures to Rome to visit Paul — the apostle who’s bound in chains and held captive in Nero’s darkest and bleakest prison cell. Haunted by the shadows of his past misdeeds, Paul wonders if he’s been forgotten as he awaits his grisly execution. Before Paul’s death, Luke resolves to write another book that details the birth of what will come to be known as the church.