Awana kick-off

Register today for the Awana Kick-Off!

Sunday, Aug. 28, 3-5 PM

You're invited to join us for our Awana Kick Off, August 28 from 3:00-5:00. Come learn what Awana is all about, register for the new year, enjoy a sweet treat, and meet some awesome reptiles with Jesse Rothaker and his Forgotten Friends!

Click here to let us know you are coming!

Recent News

We would like to introduce you to some of the unique challenges and opportunities our global partners are facing with the global pandemic.

Our first instinct is to be concerned, maybe even angry about its effects. But let’s explore how it is affecting people who are living in pre-existing poverty around the world. In poor and war-torn countries already on the edge, this pandemic is "the straw that broke the camel's back." It is estimated that in the next 3 months, some 300,000 people per day could starve to death. (World Food Programme figures 4-22-20). This reality greatly impacts our global partners, already working in physical isolation, trying to meet some of the basic needs of the most vulnerable.

On the other hand, there is evidence that people are turning to the Gospel as they recognize that man is not in control of this world. Some are seeing our global partners reaching out to unbelievers with food and other basic necessities, and they are asking, "Why?" – this is a perfect opportunity for believers to share their faith in Christ, the Giver of all good gifts. Peter said to Jesus, "Lord, to whom shall we go? You have the words of eternal life." (John 6:68)

Please remember to pray for our global partners, for their protection, and for further opportunities to share the Gospel. And let us pray that many who are in need will turn to the Lord - the Giver of eternal life.

Monday night fellowship Bible study prayer

Oasis Women Monday Night Fellowship & Study

From 7:00-8:00 PM on the first Monday night of each month (or second, if the first Monday is a holiday), the young adult women gather at Lois Feltham's house for a time of fellowship, Bible study, and prayer. 

Contact Lois or the church office to learn more.

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Service Times

We have a worship service at 9:00 AM, followed by Sunday School & Adult Bible Fellowships (ABFs) at 10:30 AM.


1660 Mine Road

Paradise, PA 17562

CMBC is located at the corner of Mine and Kinzer Roads, four miles west of the Village of Gap and two miles south of Route 30 (Lincoln Highway East).  Click here for directions.

Where do I go?

Visiting a new church can be intimidating, so we have strategically placed greeters whose sole purpose is to make you comfortable and assist you in any way possible. We suggest you take a moment and visit our Info Center. Not only will you find out all about CMBC, but you will also receive a gift as a token of our appreciation for your visit. You may also want to sip a cup of coffee and enjoy a donut at our coffee bar while you meet some pretty wonderful people who are glad to see you. Our goal is simple: we want you to feel welcomed, comfortable, and informed as our guest.

What about the kids?

We have trained adults who consider it a great privilege to teach and minister to your children. Our goal is to teach children that God has a plan for their life and there is no need that He cannot meet.

During the Worship Service: Children through age 5 will be cared for in our nursery and preschool rooms. On most Sundays, children in grades K-3 are dismissed during the service to participate in our junior church ministry. Older children are welcome to attend the service with their parents.

During Sunday School: Children through 23 months will be cared for in our nurseries. We have age-appropriate classes for children age 2 through 12th grade.

Kids With A Mission

Kids with a Mission will look a little different this year, but we are hoping that it will be meaningful and engaging for you, our kids and families. This year we encourage children of all ages to attend picture reports and weeknight electives with their families either in person, via Zoom, or via livestream. The electives will be family friendly and missionaries are expecting to engage with participants of all ages. On Sunday mornings we will be meeting with missionaries, both in person and virtually to learn even more about how God is using them in the mission field - see the KWAM booklet for the schedule. Our goal is to inform, excite, and challenge our children in the area of missions. Click below for your KWAM booklet and Missionary Bingo card!

Link Roundup 10-13-20

Suggested Reading: "The Saint's Knowledge of Christ's Love" by John Bunyan

October Memory Verse: Proverbs 16:9
Click here to download the October verse as a phone background graphic

Click here to download and print the October memory verse bookmark


  • The Book of Ruth
    Hint, hint! We finish the gospel of John this Sunday and will begin an 8-week sermon series in the book of Ruth next. Here is an introduction to this wonderful book of the Bible!

  • The Evaporation of Empathy
    Empathy requires intentionality. 

  • The Chronicles of Narnia 70 Years Later
    “As this month marks the 70th anniversary of the publication of C. S. Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, Christians would do well to ask whether The Chronicles of Narnia might show us the way to address the generations to come.”

  • Autumn and the Beauty of Death for the Christian
    “The beauty in Christian death is hard to see sometimes. Winter can be long and bleak. After the leaves fall, our trees will be barren here for over 6 months. But lift your heads, brothers and sisters, because spring follows winter. It may be fall now, but springtime – and Resurrection Morning – is coming.”

  • The Call and Cost of Beautiful Community
    “And the church is called to pursue beautiful community in the here and now as a witness to the world of the Holy Spirit’s reconciling power.”

  • The DC Mayor Does Not Get to Define Church
    Why Capitol Hill Baptist is standing by the physical gathering as a biblical requirement.

  • Paralysis was His Good Plan
    Joni Eareckson Tada shares reflections on how God has used her paralysis to accomplish his good plan in and through her life.

  • Forgiveness and Grace in a time of Anger
    “We are living in a time of anger and division where many have allowed their faith to take a back seat to their political affiliation. Many Christians are placing their hope and energy into politics rather than the grace, hope and forgiveness that the gospel gives us and compels us to extend to our neighbor.”

  • Praying for our Country During an Election Year
    Practical prayers for our candidates and country in this election year.

  • NewSong Tuesday: I Want to Say I'm Sorry by Andrew Peterson
    Andrew Peterson composes and writes music with depth and beauty. His lyrics are full of truth and concepts that are applicable in our daily lives. We say, “I’m sorry” a lot in our home, and this song helps us remember that “I’m sorry” is evidence of an authentic relationship being restored by the grace of God at work in our lives. In our personal relationships, especially among family and the church, restoration is an ideal far greater than retribution.

10-6-20 Links

9-29-20 Links

9-15-20 Links

9-8-20 Links

It is important that you realize that I am not endorsing everything in these articles, videos, or sites but I share them with you as a way for you to see what has engaged my thinking and caught my attention online through the week. Some of the links are related to current events, some are related to current realities facing the church, some are just cool and random facts that you may or may not have known.

 -Pastor Chris Lenhart

Every week, I would like to share with you a round up of links to articles and videos that have resonated with me in some particular way. It is important that you realize that I am not endorsing everything in these articles, videos, or sites but I share them with you as a way for you to see what has engaged my thinking and caught my attention online through the week. Some of the links are related to current events, some are related to current realities facing the church, some are just cool and random facts that you may or may not have known.

 -Pastor Chris Lenhart

How can I use the Link Roundup to grow in a greater love for God and a greater love for others? Click here!


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For more than 60 years, Awana has been a leader in children's ministry, helping churches and parents worldwide raise children and youth to know, love and serve Christ. Awana is an acronym for Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed (2 Timothy 2:15). Each Awana night is filled with energy, fellowship, and spiritual growth. The evening is packed with games, Scripture memory, singing, and a Bible message.

At CMBC, Awana is held on Wednesday evenings throughout the school year from 6:40-8:15 PM. We have clubs for children age 3 through grade 6. 

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