Welcome to C4 – Where You Belong

We’ve been earnestly praying for your arrival at Coquille Christian Community Church, and we firmly believe that it’s no coincidence that you’ve found your way here.

A Place for everyone

Our central conviction is that Jesus Christ is Lord of all things, especially of our lives. His Word is TRUTH! God is in control of all aspects of our lives.

Current Sermon Series

In a world where the true essence of Jesus is often overshadowed by various misconceptions and distractions, our new sermon series, “Rediscovering Jesus,” invites you to embark on a profound journey of faith. Over the next ten weeks, we will delve deeply into the heart of our faith, inspired by Leonard Sweet’s Jesus Manifesto, to unveil the supremacy and sovereignty of Christ.

Join us as we explore pivotal questions posed by Jesus, confront the many false versions of Him that exist in our culture, and seek to understand the true identity of the Son of God. This series aims to strip away the noise and confusion, bringing us back to the core of our Christian belief: a vibrant, authentic relationship with Jesus Christ.

Each week, we will shine new light on different aspects of Jesus’ life and teachings, revealing His profound impact on our lives and our world. Whether you are new to the faith or have been a believer for many years, “Rediscovering Jesus” will offer fresh insights and renewed passion for following Christ.

Mission Spotlight

Coquille Christian Community Church is proud to partner Mission Aviation Fellowship.

There are people who, simply because of where they were born, will never have the chance at the same life many of us in the developed world enjoy. A life where their children can go to school, where they can get medical care, where they can get help when disaster strikes, where they can experience the love of Jesus.

Millions of people around the world live cut-off from all this and more by either geographic barriers—like jungles, mountains, and deserts—or by social, political, or religious barriers.

MAF desires to see isolated people changed by the love of Christ by serving together to bring help, hope, and healing through aviation.

no one has ever become
poor by giving

Your generous tithes and offerings play a vital role in furthering our mission and sustaining our faith community. By giving with an open heart, you not only support the ministries and programs that touch the lives of many but also demonstrate your commitment to the principles of faith, love, and compassion. Your contributions enable us to continue spreading the message of hope, grace, and redemption. As you click the button below to give online, remember that your faithful giving is not just a financial transaction; it’s an act of worship and an investment in the growth of our spiritual family. Thank you for your ongoing support, and may your giving be a source of blessings in your life as well as in the lives of others.

That thing you think is impossible—the relationship, the job, the family member—nothing is impossible for God today.

That thing you think is impossible—the relationship, the job, the family member—nothing is impossible for God today. ...

The easiest way to set aside pride is by acknowledging that every good thing that comes our way is a testament to who God is.

The easiest way to set aside pride is by acknowledging that every good thing that comes our way is a testament to who God is. ...

Let’s be sure to build the house of our lives, our families, our friends, our church…let’s build it on the wisdom of God.

Let’s be sure to build the house of our lives, our families, our friends, our church…let’s build it on the wisdom of God. ...

Giving isn't about depriving ourselves. It's about investing in eternity. God promises that our gift is a seed into an eternal fund.

Giving isn`t about depriving ourselves. It`s about investing in eternity. God promises that our gift is a seed into an eternal fund. ...

Prayer is our greatest weapon against anxiousness. In laying our worries before God, we have the ability to experience a peace that is beyond our comprehension. It can get us through any trial. "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." - Philippians 4:6-7

Prayer is our greatest weapon against anxiousness. In laying our worries before God, we have the ability to experience a peace that is beyond our comprehension. It can get us through any trial. "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." - Philippians 4:6-7 ...

We wait on Him, knowing He will respond. It might not be according to our timing, but it's according to His perfect timing.

We wait on Him, knowing He will respond. It might not be according to our timing, but it`s according to His perfect timing. ...

Remembering the faithfulness of God leads to joy in every area of our lives.

Remembering the faithfulness of God leads to joy in every area of our lives. ...

Love wants only what is true and good for the other person. Let’s love like that.

Love wants only what is true and good for the other person. Let’s love like that. ...

This is why God doesn’t simply snap us up to heaven when we become believers. We’re called to be his ambassadors.

Make it your mission today to represent Jesus in whatever you do.

This is why God doesn’t simply snap us up to heaven when we become believers. We’re called to be his ambassadors.

Make it your mission today to represent Jesus in whatever you do.
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Let this be the model of our relationships. Let’s truly love the way this verse outlines love.

Let this be the model of our relationships. Let’s truly love the way this verse outlines love. ...

We’re prone to forgive partially or conditionally. But Jesus’ forgiveness is based on His perfection, not anything we can do.

If we’ve been forgiven so perfectly, how could we hold bitterness against those who have wronged us?

We’re prone to forgive partially or conditionally. But Jesus’ forgiveness is based on His perfection, not anything we can do.

If we’ve been forgiven so perfectly, how could we hold bitterness against those who have wronged us?
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There’s not a single person at our church who hasn’t felt alone at some point. Never buy into the lie that you are unloved. You have a family who accepts you.

There’s not a single person at our church who hasn’t felt alone at some point. Never buy into the lie that you are unloved. You have a family who accepts you. ...