Community Baptist Church currently has the following Bible Studies on a regular (weekly) basis:

2024 Focus on the Doctrine of the Church:
    During calendar year 2024, we are focusing on the doctrine of the church. During our afternoon worship services, our Elders will teach through the sections of our Confession that pertain to the church.
    We are now beginning a study of the book "Duties of Christian Fellowship" by John Owen at both the 9:30 am and 3:30 pm classes. Please contact Pastors Doug or Michael if you need a copy of the book.

Men's Breakfast Gathering
The CBC Men's Breakfast Gathering meets the third Saturday of the month at 8:00 AM in the CBC Fellowship Hall. These breakfast gatherings are not merely about sharing a meal; they are a vital opportunity for us to come together in fellowship, encourage one another to emulate Christ, and deepen our faith. Through meaningful conversation, prayer, and shared experiences, we aim to strengthen our bonds as brothers in Christ and support each other on our spiritual journeys. Your presence and participation in this monthly tradition are invaluable as we seek to grow together as disciples of Christ.

On The Literature Table:

Free Grace Broadcaster

The latest edition of "Free Grace Broadcaster", a quarterly digest of classic Christian sermons and articles is now available on the ushers' table. This edition is entitled "Providence." All issues are also available for download at the following website:


The latest edition of Tabletalk from Ligonier Ministries is now available on the ushers' table. Each issue of Tabletalk combines a timely topic with daily readings to encourage in-depth Bible study. This month's issue is "Identity".

Bible Reading Calendar, by Robert Murray M'Cheyne

It is a concise course whereby one can read through the whole Bible once a year - with the Psalms & the New Testament twice. The tables have two separate columns; one for family readings and one for private [in secret] readings. M'Cheyne's Calendar was highly recommended by famous preachers such as Charles Haddon Spurgeon. In John Stott's "Between Two Worlds" he expresses his gratitude for having been given M'Cheyne's 'Bible reading calendar' (p183).