Dear ACC Members & Friends

Indoor In-Person Service Resumes

Church Council is thrilled to announce that we will resume in-person, indoor Sunday service effective immediately! Please take note of our safety precautions: Covid symptom waiver forms, masks, temperature checks, distanced seating by our ushers, cross ventilation by keeping the doors into the sanctuary open with ceiling fans running, and having hand sanitizer and extra masks available at check in. We will have light fellowship refreshments outdoors in the Bethel parking lot area following the service, weather permitting.

Our indoor survey results show that 96% of those who have responded (over 45 responses) are fully vaccinated (with the remaining having received at least their first dose).

We look forward to seeing you Sundays at 10am – we ask that you arrive a few minutes early and enter through the main front door of the sanctuary for check in and seating by our ushers.

  • October 17, 2021

    from Pastor Hannah Huh

    Pastor Hannah Huh of New Mercy Community Church delivered a sermon on “Rebuilding” as seen through the story of how Nehemiah led the rebuilding of the wall of Jerusalem at the same time his people had to fend off war. Pastor Hannah urges us not to waste the season that we are in – for ACC, it is a difficult season of rebuilding. As much as we want to rush through it and have it come to an end, there is a season for everything and we must look for God’s blessings and be grateful for them.

  • September 26, 2021
    One lesson I am learning through pandemic

    from Pastor Myung Sun Han

    One lesson I am learning through pandemic

  • September 19, 2021
    Rediscovering Jesus: Part 5

    from Jacob Yoo

    Go and sin no more

  • September 5, 2021
    The Idolatry of Money

    from Rev. Joe Chu

    Pastor Joe Chu was our guest speaker and he recounted the story of Zacchaeus, focusing on the observation that once Zacchaeus decides to accept Jesus’ invitation, rather than asking Jesus how much of his wealth he should give away to make amends for his past actions, Zacchaeus is able to decide to give away half of his wealth. How many of us have wondered how to calculate how much to give in tithes and offerings in order to be “saved”? Rather than focusing on money and in the process, becoming a slave to it, we are invited to seek first God’s kingdom as God promises he will provide us all we need. Once we do that, decisions regarding making and spending money will fall into the right perspective.

Upcoming speakers

  • 10.17.2021: Pastor Hannah Huh *** Service at 9 am
  • 10.24.2021: Pastor Doug Park
  • 10.31.2021: Jacob Yoo


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Sundays @ 10:00 am

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