Community Church Family,
As you know, our church family is entering a time of transition as David and Amber have sensed God leading them into a new season of ministry. As previously stated, David’s last day on staff at Community Church will be April 18th. One of our core values is to remain authentic and real. Our goal through this process is to keep you informed every step of the way. The elders and staff leadership team are meeting regularly to determine the next steps for Community Church. We desire to be guided by prayer as we continue to listen to the Lord and discern His direction and vision for our Church. We invite and encourage you to pray with us through this process. As a unified team, our elders and staff will continue to lead Community Church as we look forward, with great hope, to the future and all God has in store for each of us.
During this transition, we are committed to helping you stay informed. We promise to update you regularly via email, and we will continue to have our website updated with all current and relevant information. Please continue to visit this website page to continue to stay updated at every step.
As always, please feel free to reach out to anyone on our staff leadership team or elder board with questions.
We love you,
Community Church Elders & Staff
Community Church Friends and Family,
There are significant moments of transition throughout our lives where we witness God bringing about change to prepare us for a new season. Amber and I are at one of those moments and the Lord is bringing our season of ministry here at Community Church to a close.
While seeking clarity from the Lord, this decision has not come quickly. Nor is it made as a reaction to any events or misconduct that has occurred. I have given 22 years to the ministry here, and it is truly time for a change – for our church family and me. Our Heavenly Father continues to confirm this time and again. My last day on staff at Community Church will be April 18th.
I peacefully entrust the next steps of leadership to our elders and staff team. They are already stepping up to lead in day-to-day decisions with amazing poise and unshakable faith. They will inform you more regarding the transition and direction of Community Church. I know you all are in great hands as this transition begins. The Lord is at work in all of this.
We have had the privilege and honor to serve as part of our community’s spiritual leadership for the past 23 years – 22 of those years with Community Church. As the lead pastor of Community Church, I am incredibly grateful that the Lord could use me throughout all these years. I am so thankful for the amazing team members and elders I have had the joy of serving with throughout this time as well as following Jesus alongside so many of you. I am blessed by the changed lives we have witnessed as a result of God’s work. All of it has been far from perfect, but I am so grateful to God that I had the honor to be called your pastor.
We have loved serving here in this community. We are incredibly grateful to so many of you who have blessed and enriched our lives. There are so many wonderful people who make up our church family as well as our greater community. Thank you all for loving us, praying for us, and showing grace to us. Amber recently reminded me of the quote that “saying goodbye is a necessary life skill.” With the utmost love and honor for you all, it is time for us to say “goodbye” to this season of leadership here at Community Church.
David and Amber Yarborough