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Community Church Life


August-September 2022 Church Newsletter

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Community Church of Atascadero

Be still, and know that I am God. (Psalm 46:10)

Our worship service is now a hybrid format!  You are welcome to join us in the Sanctuary or in the Zoom chapel.  Masks will be required for in-person attendance and COVID protocols will be in place. 

 We continue to welcome you into community as we develop other ways of being church together.

May you be aware that whoever you are and wherever you are on life’s journey, you are welcome in person or in this virtual space where we are united through the Spirit.

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Growing our Community
Community Church of Atascadero
A capital campaign for facility improvements


Our goals include:

Exterior painting of Sanctuary

Exterior painting of Fellowship Hall

New entrance to Fellowship Hall

Repair of stained-glass windows

New Sanctuary Roof. DONE

New floors in Sanctuary Basement DONE

New Flooring in Hewitt Building DONE

Click Here for more information on the Growing Our Community campaign


Pastor Heather's book of prayers and essays is now available! $15


July 2022 Church Newsletter

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5850 Rosario Avenue

Atascadero, CA     

​Tel: (805) 466-9108


Office Hours:

Tuesday 9:30am-12:30pm

Wednesday 9:00 am-12:30pm

Thursday 9:00am - 12:30 pm

Office Manager : Carrie Portillo



Whoever you are and

wherever you are on life's

journey, you are welcome

to worship with us. We are an Open and Affirming, Peace with Justice LGBTQ-friendly Church.

Sunday Service:

10:00 am at the church or on Zoom

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The Community Church of Atascadero, United Church of Christ recognizes that the area of so-called San Luis Obispo County is the ancestral homeland for Indigenous Northern Chumash and Salinan people and has been colonized through violent means including forced removal, attempted erasure, religious cleansing, and genocide. Furthermore, the United Church of Christ has passed a resolution calling for the United Church of Christ to repudiate the doctrine of discovery which authorized the genocide of native peoples and the theft of native lands.

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