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Weekly Confession: November 27th

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 pause now to silently confess our individual sins before confessing together as a congregation from the text in Luke. We confess that we lack faith in the fulfil...

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Weekly Confession: November 20th

Gracious and Merciful Father,We come before You toconfessour 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.Weconfessthat we frequently fail to surrender to Your grace and submit to Your Word by faith (Luke 1:26-38).Weconfessthese things before You because You are faithful to f...

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Communion Letter: November 13th

Dear Family at Christ Community, This week we will begin our Advent series in the Gospel of Luke. Luke tells us that he wrote his Gospel so that we would have certainty concerning the things we have been taught about God and the Gospel (Luke 1:4). As we will see, this means we should bring our doubts to God's Word in faith, rather than hiding them in fear. All too ...

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Weekly Confession: November 13th

Gracious and Merciful Father,We come before You toconfessour 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.Weconfessthat we often hide our doubts in fear rather than bringing them to Your Word in faith (Luke 1:1-25).Weconfessthese things before You because You are faithful t...

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Weekly Confession: November 6th

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 engage with one another as those who have been made family by our union with Christ (Matthew 12:46-50). We confess these things ...

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Communion Letter: October 30th

Dear Family at CCC, This Sunday we will come to the close of our brief sermon series on worship as Divine invitation and celebrate God's goodness together by partaking of the Lord's Table. We will also hear this Sunday from Hebrews 4:1-16, which will remind us of the deep and eternal implications worship holds for us who live and labor in the now and not yet of Christ...

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Weekly Confession: October 30th

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 don't rest in Your mercy and grace as You invite us to in Lord's Day Sabbath worship (Hebrews 4:1-16). We confess these things before You beca...

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Weekly Confession: October 23rd

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 don't see the value of confessing our sins on the Lord's Day Sabbath (1 John 1:5-9). We confess these things before You because You are faithf...

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Baptism Letter: October 23rd

Dear Baptized Ones, On Sunday at our 10:30 am service, we will witness the baptism of Randolph Justus Benn as part of our worship in 1 John 1:5-9. As baptized ones, we can confess our sins as those cleansed and forgiven as well as to mature in walking in the light with God our Father. Confession serves not only to unburden us of our shame but also offers us the opport...

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Communion Letter: October 16th

Dear Family at Christ Community, This Sunday we will gather to hear God's Word from Psalm 84 as well as the other aspects of our liturgy including the Lord's Table. Communion tangibly reminds us of God's presence with us in Christ. Donald M. Williams describes this reality in The Preacher's Commentary: Psalms 73-150: Like Israel of old, as we gather in (Jesus's) n...

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