We are a church that believes in Jesus & loves God and people
If you visit our campus the first thing you’ll likely see is our favorite expression: ‘for the glory of God & the good of His people.’ I think that rightly summarizes the kind of church we’d like to be. In fact this comes from a conviction that God’s glory is also what’s good for His people. If you pay us a visit, I hope you enjoy your time, are greeted warmly and get a chance to meet some great people, but more than anything I hope you are impressed by the ‘bigness’ of God, the supremacy of Christ, and the beauty of the gospel. If you’ve got any questions please don’t hesitate to contact our front office and they will serve you the best they can.
On behalf of the elders of Christ Community Church,
Ric Rodeheaver, PhD
WHO WE ARE
Christ Community Church
What We Believe
Our core beliefs and values were prayerfully and carefully written by the elders of this church, and are intended to describe the basic attitudes, choices, and assumptions of our congregation.
Statement of Faith
We hold to the Statement of Faith of the Evangelical Free Church of America which defines in more detail what we believe, and our constitution explains how we live and function as Christ’s church.
Our Church History
Christ Community Church of Laguna Hills began as a home Bible study in 1968 with the help of Wally Norling, the EFCA’s District Superintendent. For almost 50 years we’ve stood strong in honoring God.
Meet Our People
Growing up in Cyprus, my mom was the greatest influence on my Christian walk. After graduating from Biola University last year, I moved back home with the hopes of finding a new home church. My husband, Max Beattie, was in the process of applying to local church positions in Southern California and decided to apply for the Junior High Director…
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