• Celebrate Recovery Update - August 2020

    Hello Church Family,

    Celebrate Recovery is alive and well!  We are back meeting on Wednesday nights and my heart is full as I reflect on all that God is doing through this ministry.  While the news shows the statistics about suicides and overdoses being up and it seems like chaos surrounds us, I am filled with joy to watch brothers and sisters in Christ find freedom from anxiety, controlling behavior, food issues, isolation, and drugs of choice.  These are “idols of the heart” which buy us momentary relief but do not purchase lasting peace.  When the world around us seems to be out of control there is a way to live in each day surrendered to the One who promises us peace. Romans 7:18 says so much about what our human struggle is;

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  • Adult Ministries

    Our Adult ministries at Dungeness Community Church provide opportunities to build relationships, study the Bible and serve others all with the goal of learning to live in love with Jesus.

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  • The Beginnings of a Surf Ministry at DCC - by George Crabb

    You might not think of the Pacific Northwest as being home to a surf community, but it is! The Pacific NW Christian Surfers started gathering over their love for Surfing and God. What started in a coffee shop in Sequim, has grown into a full fledged surf ministry. Their mission: “Bringing People to Christ through Living Water.” In this article, Pacifiic NNW Christian Surfers co-founder, George Crabb,  shares the story of how it all started and where they are headed from here. 

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  • Wordsmiths Offers Hymns, Prayer, Bible Study & Fellowship

    Hello, my name is Greg Hustad and I teach a group at DCC called the Wordsmiths. Wordsmiths started at Dungeness Community Church in Sequim many years before my wife Sue and I ever became a part of the group and was given the name Wordsmiths because, as one of our long time members Janet Moore told me, “we search the scriptures and rely on them for truth to live by in everyday life with Christ.”

    The Wordsmiths meet during the day, every Wednesday morning, 10:00 am – noon in the DCC Chapel.

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  • Transitions & Changes - Fall 2021

    Dear Church Family,

    As we move into Fall there are several changes happening within our staff. I sat down with everyone a few days ago to discuss and want to share that conversation with you. I hope you’ll take 15 minutes to hear what is going on.

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