Category: Religion

Institute for Judaic Services and Studies

Our next Shabbat service is February 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the MVCC Ballroom West. Services are led by Rabbi Sandy Seltzer and Cantorial Soloist Sarah Bollt, accompanied by Chris Tackett. Sharing Shabbat is a wonderful way to welcome the peace of Shabbat as a community. Oneg Shabbat Our Oneg Shabbat will be sponsored by…

Elections bring change to Resurrection Church

David Stanard December is annual meeting time for Resurrection Church and that translates into some changes in those who serve on the Church’s main governing body, the Church Council. Elected to the Council from the SaddleBrooke congregation and for a term of three years was Marilynn Bradley. A native of Minnesota, Marilynn moved to Arizona…

GriefShare continues holding meetings on Sundays

Carol Thompson Community Church at SaddleBrooke’s (CCSB) GriefShare continues holding meetings on selected Sundays, 1:30 p.m. in the CCSB Parish House February through April. All those who have lost a loved one are welcome. For dates and info contact Cari Block, 858-243-3747, cari.block@me.com or Bruce Block, 858-692-5227, bruce.block@me.com. CCSB is a Christ-centered church with a…

What has the Bible got to do with me?

That is a very important question. People have been struggling with this perplexing issue for generations. It is one of the key questions that we struggle with in the Men’s Bible Study group that meets every Friday morning throughout the year. We explore questions and concerns that we find in our lives and culture and…

No one does it like CCSB

Carol Thompson I am proud to be a member and contributor to the Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB)! Our membership grants monetary gifts to many local organizations in need: Gospel Rescue Mission, Family First Pregnancy Care Center and Diaper Bank, Youth On Their Own (YOTO), Young Life Capernaum, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Habitat for…

CCSB Easter Cantata scheduled for April 14

Carol Thompson Under the direction of Ron Aeschliman, the Community Church at SaddleBrooke (CCSB) choir performed its first time ever Christmas Cantata to a DesertView Performing Arts Theatre audience of approximately 475 on December 9 in SaddleBrooke. Those in attendance received a spiritual blessing through the music and responded with a standing ovation. Following the…