Returning to Sunday Gatherings

We are pleased to announce that we are able to get back to a regular in-person gathering starting tomorrow, Sunday, August 2 at 10:30am.

We’ll begin a new series in 2 Thessalonians. It will be family style worship meaning kids will be with us upstairs. There will be activity and snack bags for kiddos (you are welcome to bring your own for your kiddos.)

We’ve made some adjustments for social distancing including extra spacing between seats, masks, strategically place hand sanitizer and a shaded outdoor socializing area. Please bring a mask and join us as we gather together to worship as the body of Christ.

We look forward to seeing you!

Scattered Worship | Sunday, June 7, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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Scattered Worship | Sunday, May 31, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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Summer Food Drive

In partnership with Joshua’s Place, Cedar City Church will be collecting food that will be distributed to students and families in need throughout the city of Lebanon this summer. We invite you to help us reach the city by providing much needed meals for our kids. You can drop off food anytime between now and June 13th by contacting Pastor David Hackney by phone at 937-344-8395, email at david.hackney@cedarcitychurch.com or by using the contact form on our site to schedule a drop-off time.

Below is a list of items to donate. While all food types are needed, lunch items are especially needed.

If you are unable to drop off food, but would still like to help, please consider a donation to Joshua’s Place.

Joshua's Place Corona Response Student Meal Kits

Scattered Worship | Sunday, May 24, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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Scattered Worship | Sunday, May 17, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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Scattered Worship | Sunday, May 10, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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Scattered Worship | Sunday, May 3, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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12 Hours of Prayer on May 9, 2020

Martin Luther once said “to be a Christian without prayer is no more possible to be alive without breathing.”  Prayer is essential for the life of every believer.  It’s how we talk and commune with our Great God.  Now, there are many different ways to pray and many different reasons why a person would pray.  But, God’s people must pray!

Because Jesus has given us direct access to God through His death, resurrection, and ascension and because we need to pray to better be able to discern God’s will, we are organizing 12 Hours of Prayer for Cedar City Church.

We would like for each person at CCC to watch the training video on this page and sign up for at least 1 – 30 minute block of prayer.  You can sign up for more than one time slot, but we’d love for every person/family to sign up so that CCC can spend 12 consecutive hours in prayer. As you sign up, you’ll find resources and prayer prompts to guide you in prayer. Let’s all join together to approach God’s throne of grace on behalf of ourselves, our city and our world.

At some point before May 9th, please watch this short (17 minutes) video from one of CCC’s leaders, Patrick Harner, on some practical steps on how to pray for 30 minutes.

Scattered Worship | Sunday, April 26, 2020

We’re no less the church when we’re scattered than we are when we’re gathered. While there’s nothing good in and of disease itself, we want Cedar City Church to embrace the interruptions and inconveniences that come along with the coronavirus as a sacred disruption in our personal discipleship. The Father longs for his people to worship him, not merely in a certain city, on a certain mountaintop, or in a certain building, but everywhere in spirit and in truth (John 4:21-24). May we demonstrate that in our homes and wherever we can (or can’t!) go over the coming weeks.

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