“In this very room.”
Welcome to the online home of the Coronado Community Church
The Coronado Community Church (CCC) was founded in 1996 as an independent faith community offering a non-denominational Christian presence in Coronado. The CCC is an Open and Affirming congregation that draws on a rich variety of worship...
Other services during the year include: Christmas Eve – celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ, Ash Wednesday – Commemorating the beginning of the 40 days of Lent, remembering Jesus’ preparation for his ministry by...
THE REV. STEPHEN J. MATHER - MINISTER – A direct descendant of famous 17th century Boston Puritan ministers, Increase and Cotton Mather, Pastor Steve graduated from Coronado High School in 1967. While an undergraduate at Whittier...
The Coronado Community Church (CCC) was founded in 1996 as an independent faith community offering a non-denominational Christian presence in Coronado. The CCC is an Open and Affirming congregation that draws on a rich variety of worship traditions on Sunday mornings, blending traditional and contemporary music and borrowing liturgy from many denominations. All are welcome in this faith community regardless of age, economic or marital status, faith background, gender identity and expression, physical or mental ability, race or sexual orientation. As Jesus did, we invite everyone to participate fully in the life, leadership, fellowship, worship, sacraments, responsibilities, challenges and blessings of our congregation. Visitors immediately feel the joy of our worship and the friendliness of our members. Please visit us – you will be very welcome.
Our church worships each Sunday, 10 a.m. in Village Hall, located at 639 H Avenue, between Sixth and Seventh Streets
(Mailing address: PO Box 181680, Coronado, CA 92178-1680)
For more information call 619-437-6827
We believe God speaks in many languages and has revealed divine truth in the major religious traditions of the human race. Our central belief is that Jesus Christ is Lord. But in proclaiming that Jesus is the way and the truth does not preclude that his way may also be manifest in religions that do not worship him as Lord. We believe there is a mystery of how God works in our traditions exceeding our knowledge and control. We celebrate the revelation of God presented in the Holy Bible and trust God’s Spirit to unlock how we are to understand divine truth and apply it to our lives.
Sermon for Sunday, September 25
Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost
“What Is the Good Life?”
I Timothy 6:6-14, 17-19