The mission of Deerfield Community Church is to experience, share, and grow in God’s life-giving love. Inspired by the Holy Scriptures, we come together in the name of Jesus Christ to worship, pray, learn, and serve. We hope you can join us!

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Holiday Fair Coordinator Needed

Holiday Fair Coordinator Needed  Do you enjoy the Holiday Fair every November?  Do you want to see it continue to raise money for various outreach projects, using income generated from table rentals and wreath sales?  If so, please consider volunteering to become the coordinator.  It’s not too early to think about it; planning and contacting vendors start in July.  Please contact Cindy Bradley if you’d like to continue this DCC tradition (cookinggrandma@tds.net or 736-4793).

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Celebrating Our Christian Education Ministries 

On May 22 we’ll be celebrating the children and youth of our church during worship, as well as recognizing adult leaders of church school, youth group, and adult small groups.  Outdoors after worship, games and group activities will take place till a little before 11 a.m., and then all will feast on grilled hotdogs and hamburgers.  To help with the meal and/or bring food, please sign up in the Great Room.  By the way, the last official day of church school, youth group, and small groups is May 15.

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Church grounds clean up
Begins: Sat Jun. 4th 2016 9:00 AM
Ends:Sat Jun. 4th 2016 12:00 PM
Where: Deerfield Community Church
On June 4 at 9 a.m. join Don...


At Deerfield Community Church, our Sunday morning services and special seasonal offerings, as well as life-cycle ceremonies such as weddings and memorial services, are all in the context of Christian worship.



Learning about Christianity and the spiritual path is a lifelong process. Naturally, understanding of scripture evolves as one matures, so that reading the same text at age 20 reveals new treasures at age 30, 40, 50, and so on.



Deerfield Community Church’s mission statement affirms that “we come together in the name of Jesus Christ to worship, pray, learn, and serve.” In so many ways, these four actions are entwined.



Called to be our Pastor and Teacher by congregational vote in 1999, Carol Meredith leads worship, teaches classes, and provides pastoral care, theological reflection, and leadership at DCC.