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Community Church Ministries

Community Church of Atascadero is blessed with many congregation members that volunteer both their time and their talents to help keep the church and the community moving forward. From volunteering to clean up the church landscape to volunteering to help serve meals for the homeless and everything in between, we are thankful to all who donate their time to help reach our goals and make a difference in this world.

​Here are ways on how you can get involved in the life of the church and the greater community by getting involved with one or more of the ministries below.

Christian Education


Responsible for Sunday Church school, youth ministries, adult education, the church library.





Shall oversee and supply Sunday fellowship hour, organize potlucks and special meals, arrange for funeral receptions, Whatever they are asked to do.


Buildings & Grounds


Responsible for maintenance and security of church property, securing and supervising maintenance staff, remodeling projects.


Internal and external communication via web, social media, newsletter and other means.  Marketing and advertising special events.



Responsible for working with the Pastor to enable and enhance all aspects of worship including sanctuary preparation, communion, music, sound, multi-media, sanctuary space visual arts, drama, dance, ushers, greeters, liturgists, obtaining a supply for the pulpit during the absence of the Pastor, the conduct of any meeting of worship in the absence of the Pastor, etc.





Responsible for the Annual Campaign, a Continuing Ministry Gifts Program, the Spiritual Gifts/Interests Inventory, year-round Stewardship Education.



Building Our Community


Responsible for events and activities,  visitor follow up, new member welcome and membership engagement,  as provided for in the By-Laws.


Contact Brenda May, Chair at (805) 748-7412 or via email at

Peace with Justice


Responsible for local missions, wider missions, Justice issues education and projects, and individuals and families.

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