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Weekly Confession: June 25th

Gracious and Merciful Father,   We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance.   We confess that we have been slow to worship You by hearing and obeying Your Word (Hosea 8:1-10).   We confess that we frequently put our h...

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Communion Letter: June 18th

Dear Family at Christ Community, This Sunday we will have the privilege of partaking of the Lord’s Supper. This means of grace visibly represents and seals upon our hearts the reality of our union and fellowship with Jesus. It is by union with Jesus that we are saved from the wrath to come—sinners though we were—because He has stood in our place and bo...

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Weekly Confession: June 18th

Gracious and Merciful Father,    We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance.   We confess that we often offer You heartless religious rites rather than a relationship born of steadfast love and knowledge as You desire (...

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Weekly Confession: June 11th

We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance.   We confess that we often choose to run from You instead of returning to You after You have torn and struck us down because of our unfaithfulness (Hosea 6:1-2).   We confess that ...

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Weekly Confession: June 4th

Gracious and Merciful Father,   We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance.   We confess that we often fail to seek You while You may be found by the means of grace that You have given to us (Hosea 5:1-7).   We confes...

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Communion Letter: May 28th

Dear Family at Christ Community,      On Sunday, we will again celebrate Jesus’ covenant faithfulness to us His bride, the church, as signified and sealed in the Lord’s Table. The broken bread and full cup calls us to praise the Bridegroom’s past fidelity to our justification, His present provision for our sanctification, and the future ...

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Weekly Confession: May 28th

Gracious and Merciful Father,   We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance.   We confess that we often fail to apply our knowledge of You in faithfulness and steadfast love (Hosea 4:1-11).   We confess that we are fre...

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Weekly Confession: May 21st

Gracious and Merciful Father,  We come before you to confess our sin as Your redeemed and beloved children. May Your Spirit alone convict us of our sin and remind us of our pardon in Christ through repentance. We confess that we are frequently blind to the depth of our wickedness and rebellion against you (Hosea 3:1-2). We confess that we fail to rejoice in the d...

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Welcoming and Helping Our Children Grow in Worship

In preparation for having CCC’s kindergarten-2nd grade children participate in the entire worship service over the summer months, we are encouraging you to read this letter so that we can all be prepared to welcome and help our children grow in worship. Though it is only for 3 months, we want to use the time in obedience to Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and Psalm 78:5-8 that c...

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Opportunity for Mission's Education and Generosity

   On Sunday, 5/21, at 9:30 am, Byron Johnson, executive director of Vision 9:38, will share about his trip this summer to Australia with MTW to serve and equip leaders with the Aboriginal Mission. This trip will also serve to encourage African Americans to serve as missionaries particularly in contexts where it would be more advantageous as in the mission to t...

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