We have set up an account at America First Credit Union through which anyone may donate to the Re-Building Fund in any AFCU branch. Just ask for the "Clearfield Community Church Re-Building Fund".

Block Party September 19 & 20, 2014

All are welcome!

On Friday, September 19, come and take a self paced or guided tour of the new building.

On Saturday, September 20, in the East Parking Lot we are hosting a Block Party Cookout for all of our neighbors from 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.  Come and join us.  We’d love to meet you!

Dedication Day! September 7th 2014

We are celebrating God’s goodness in bringing us through 17 months of waiting as we watched him, through his servants whom he equipped to oversee this work, orchestrate the rebuilding of our meeting facility where we will continue to honor and serve our God by studying his word to learn about and grow closer to him and by serving others.

  • 10:00 a.m.    Worship Meeting
  • 11:15 a.m.    Sunday School for all ages
  •   1:00 p.m.    Tours of the Facility
  •   3:00 p.m.    Dedication Worship Meeting
  •   5:00 p.m.    Dinner, all are welcome to join us

Come join us.  There is no charge for any of the Dedication Day activities.


Extra! Extra! Sunday meeting in the rebuilt facility!

The new construction on our meeting place is not quite done, but done enough for us to be able to begin meeting there again beginning August 10, 2014.

We are grateful to Wasatch Elementary for allowing us to rent space for our Sunday meeting for the last 17 months, and we are happy to now be meeting back in the place our God has granted to us.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there!

Heritage Christian Book & Gift


Chris and Marci invite you to visit the Clearfield, UT, based on-line Christian book store.  Heritage Christian Book & Gift is newly established so visit often for additions and updates. (Copy and paste URL into your browser.)

“A terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day” -Judith Viorst

This is not a tale about the travails in Alexander’s young life, but about a certain memorable day in the life of Clearfield Community Church.  The alarm went out at 2:33 pm Tuesday, March 19 and EVERYONE SAFELY EXITED the structure…so it was not a completely terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.

Today, we pause briefly to mark that day and to thank the Lord for the safety of all, the caring response of so many of our neighbors and friends, and that we are now well along in re-building the meeting and ministry space for the Lord’s people.

We are sad for the loss of some precious things, and mourn the tangible & visible reminders of loved ones who have gone on as well as special events. Today is moving us forward in God’s time to our tomorrows, new vistas and visions.

We look back momentarily only to keep our bearings to faithfully move ahead.  Like Joseph speaking to his ornery brothers, we say to the enemy of our souls:  “…you intended to harm me, but God intended it for good to accomplish what is now being done, the saving of many…” -Genesis 50:20.  We find solace in the inspired words of Jeremiah:  “This is what the Lords says:  ‘…I will come to you and fulfill My gracious promise to you to bring you back to this place.  For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.’”  -Jeremiah 29:10-11                                                        Soli Deo Gloria

Rebuilding Photos

Having trouble finding the photos of the work being done on the new church building? Scroll up to the top of the page, Click on “Rebuilding Photos”, then scroll down to see that page.

How Big is Your God?

“I think we have two choices in the face of such big beauty (the universe): terror or awe. And this is precisely why we attempt to chart God, because we want to be able to predict Him, to dissect Him, to carry Him around in our dog and pony show.  We are too proud to feel awe and to fearful to feel terror.  We reduce Him to math so we don’t have to fear Him, and yet the Bible tells us fear is the appropriate response, that it is the beginning of wisdom.”  Donald Miller, Blue Like Jazz, page 204