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Redeem your story

Here at Community Bible Church - San Diego, we know that everyone has a story. The beauty of the gospel is that no matter what your life's story is, Jesus has come to redeem it and give it another ending. That's why we proclaim that we can not stop speaking about what we have seen and heard!

"Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ." Colossians 1:28

Latest Sermon

This weekend we have a special message from the book of Romans which I think you will find really interesting. We will see how the narrative of Old Testament Israel is actually a theater where we can “watch” our own spiritual struggles played out in history – and learn what they mean and how to respond to them. This is one reason why the early church never gave up the Old Testament, even though Christ has come and fulfills all of it. In Romans 3:19 Paul says, "Now we know that whatever the law says [that is, the Old Testament law for Israel] it speaks to those who are under the law [that is, Israel], so that every mouth may be stopped, and the whole world may be held accountable to God." Do you see the point? God deals with Israel not just to make things plain to Israel, but to make things plain to the "whole world." God speaks to Israel so that "every mouth may be stopped. This is not just the Jews but all others as well. The Jews read their story and didn’t see the point. Are you reading your story and not seeing the point? Do you know what your conscience and your failures and your guilt feelings are all about? Have you watched the theater of God’s dealings with Israel and learned about his dealings with you? When you see this clearly it opens our understanding to see ourselves in their struggles and thus show us how to avoid some of their pitfalls. This will be a very helpful study for each of us.

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Thinking of Visiting CBC?
Wear what you want. We are casual but if you want to dress up that is fine too. Coffee is offered before and after each service. Each service begins with worship through music followed by expository teaching of the Bible. We have dozens of ministries available to meet the spiritual and practical needs of our membership.

Parking is available in lots all around CBC's main campus. The auditorium has several well marked entrances.

Accessible Features
Handicap parking is located in the front and on the rear of the church building. Restrooms are handicap accessible. Ramp entries are available in the front. Special assistance is always available, so please don't hesitate to ask an usher!

We observe communion on the first weekend of every month. All believers are invited to participate with us. You do not have to be a member of our church but you do have to be a believer and follower of Jesus Christ.