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Posted by Vali Johansen on

Community is defined by Webster as "a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals."  Urban dictionary (a personal fav) defines it as “an interacting population of like-minded individuals, affecting the identity of the given...

Summer Camp

Posted by Andrew Muncherian on

Summer camp. For many of us that phrase brings back amazing memories of weeks away from family and responsibilities, meeting new friends, learning new things, and having tons of fun.  Last week we took our Summit kids (4th – 6th grade) to summer camp for the first time in CH...

Serve Sandpoint

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     In April, over 60 Cedar Hills volunteers gathered at the Bonner Community Food Bank to expand their community garden.  We added more garden beds, installed automatic watering systems, weeded, and planted.  This garden provides fresh, organic produce to our families...

Holding Loosely

Posted by Eric Rust on

When my wife Nicole and I returned to her hometown of Sandpoint to start a church in 2001, I didn’t know anybody. I was eager to build relationships and get to know some guys my age (I was 28 at the time). So Nicole got me in touch with a friend of her’s from high school that I had...

KIDS KAMP

Posted by Andrew Muncherian on

KIDS KAMP ’18! Last week we put on our first ever KIDS KAMP (aka VBS) at Cedar Hills!  I think I speak for every kids’ pastor, director, or volunteer who’s ever organized an event like it when I say, “I’m tired.”  In fact, I’m more than...

BBQ Beach Baptism

Posted by Colin Moody on

What could be better than a perfect summer day at the beach? How about a perfect summer day at the beach celebrating people who are going public with their faith in Jesus Christ?  For the last 16 years, as a church family we’ve gathered every summer for a BBQ at the picnic pavilion...

A Personal Invitation

Posted by Colin Moody on

If your mailbox is like mine, it’s chock-full of monthly bills, sales flyers, and reminder postcards. Sometimes I’ll see a nice-looking envelope in the stack of mail and think, great, a personal letter. Sadly, it’s usually a cleverly packaged invitation for a lower APR. Every...