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Sunday April 22nd, 2018

 

Continuing in the Book of Ephesians

This Sunday’s sermon is titled, “The Body of Christ”, and the Bible text is Ephesians 4:4-6.

Pastor is giving meaningful expository preaching on this wonderful book of the Bible ~ if you are looking for sound, Biblical Doctrine and a traditional style worship service, we hope you will join us on Sunday, April 22, 2018 ~ and future Sundays as well!


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This Week at CCC April 11 and 15

Wednesday Bible Study~April 11, 6:30pm:

We are continuing the Lecture of THE OFFICES OF CHRIST, Christ As King

Sunday Worship Service~April 15, 11:00am:

Sermon Title, Worthy of Our Calling; Scripture Reading, Ephesians 4:1-3

Sunday School begins at 10:00am

PLEASE JOIN US, WE WELCOME YOU AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU!


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Resurrection Sunday

Join us in Worship on April 1, 2018, as we celebrate our Lord and Savior

Jesus Christ ~ He Has Risen! 

He Has Risen Indeed!


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Good Friday, March 30, 2018

Good Friday is a time for reflection, meditation and prayer.  Feel free to stop in to the church anytime between 2 pm and 4pm.


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Palm Sunday, March 25, 2018

The Triumphal Entry and Coronation of the King

Matthew 21:1-11

PALM SUNDAY, Worship Service 11 a.m., Sunday School 10 a.m.

 


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March Letter from our Pastor

The festival of the Resurrection of the Lord (or Resurrection Sunday) is the center of the Christian year. On this occasion the church joyfully proclaims the good news that is at the very heart of the gospel—that Jesus Christ is risen from the dead.

Resurrection Sunday is something like the keystone of an arch—the top and center stone upon which all the other stones lean and depend—both in terms of its theological significance and its relation to other events in the Christian year. Theologically speaking, the faith we claim and the life we live depend on the affirmation, celebration, and proclamation of Christ’s resurrection. In a chronological sense—since Resurrection Sunday is a “moveable feast,” taking place on a different date each year—all the other events of the Christian year pivot around the date of Easter Sunday, shifting accordingly.

The traditional greeting amongst many Christian denominations is, “Christ is Risen!” with the response, ‘He is risen indeed!” This greeting has many implications, the larger of which speaks to the fact that we serve a risen Lord who is Jesus Christ. He Himself resurrected from the dead and has sent the Holy Spirit to us to be with us as we continue our journey of Faith together!

My concern with most of the world-at-large is that they have not taken 10 hours of their entire life to study Jesus and His resurrection. I can ask several questions and know whether these self proclaimed “experts in religion” have ever really studied it at all. If the resurrection is true, and I believe that it is, then it becomes the central fact and most important event of all history to every living person. My prayer for you this Resurrection season is that the Holy Spirit gives you the gifts that God has prepared for you during this important time! Best wishes and prayers for a most joyous season!

He is Risen!

Pastor John

 


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Sunday Service March 11

The Mystery of Christ…….Ephesians 3:6-10

This is the sermon title and text for Sunday, March 11, 2018.  We are quickly approaching Resurrection Sunday, the most holy time of the year for Christians.  We would love for you to join us each and every Sunday as we worship our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!


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The Season of Lent

This Sunday, March 4 is the Third Sunday in Lent, and we are quickly approaching Holy Week and Resurrection Sunday.

Pastor John’s sermon is titled “A Prisoner For Christ Jesus“, and the Bible text is Ephesians 3:1-5.

Come and Worship with Us!


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Sundays Wednesdays Fridays

Pastor John is continuing his exposition of Ephesians each Sunday at 11 a.m.   The sermons are THE BEST in the area, so if you’re looking for a warm and friendly church to attend, with solid Biblical preaching and teaching, come and check us out!  Sunday School is at 10 a.m.

On Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall – we’ve been getting a thorough education on Biblical Doctrine – this is a great ‘pick-me-up’ in the middle of the week….cookies and coffee are provided.

The ladies of the church (and guests), meet every Friday at Noon for lunch in the Fellowship Hall, followed by Bible Study, ending around 1:45 – 2 p.m.  Bring your own lunch and be prepared to enjoy wonderful fellowship with Christian women.

God continues to bless our church in every way possible,

we would love to meet you and welcome you to any of our events!

 


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February Newsletter

This message is from Pastor John in the February church newsletter…..

As I continue with several of my new year health resolutions, I am reminded of the need for endurance. Endurance comes with effort. One does not have endurance automatically. It is developed as one reaches the point of fatigue and slows down to rest, but then gets back into the race or activity shortly afterward.

This same principle holds true as well for every aspect of spiritual life. Living out the principles of Christ is not something that happens automatically nor is it easy. We must make effort to live the spiritual life. As we attempt to live the life, we find ourselves lacking the ability to continue faithfully. We get tired, we get frustrated, we don’t feel like we’re moving forward. We often stop, considering giving up, but at some point we must continue. We are called to “run the race before us with patience and endurance.” [Hebrews 12:1] It is a course that has been set before us by the Lord for His purposes and for our training in righteousness. By continuing, we also learn that we must rely upon the strength of Christ in us to press on. We must learn spiritual endurance in the Lord.

“Therefore lift your drooping hands and strengthen your weak knees, and make straight paths for your feet, so that what is lame may not be put out of joint but rather be healed. Strive for peace with everyone, and for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord.” Hebrews 12:12-14

We must keep going. There will be times when you are fatigued, times when your knees will feel too weak for the demand, times when you just want to give up and rest. Keep going, and rather than looking at the moment to give you satisfaction, look to the Lord who is the author and finisher of your faith. May we all find our endurance in Him.

 


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