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Baptism Letter: August 29th

Dear Baptized Ones, At our 10:30 am service this Sunday, we will have the joyous occasion to participate in Lucas Benjamin Oldham's baptism! One major benefit from this will be the opportunity to improve upon our own baptisms. Lucas's baptism will remind us of Jesus's death to suffer the full cost of our sin and of His resurrection to gift us God's righteousness and e...

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Baptism Letter: Mar. 7th

Dear Baptized Ones, We will gather together in our 11:30 service this Sunday to participate in John Arthur (Artie) Maphet's baptism. Our in-person participation will be to bear witness to the fruits of Christ's death and resurrection in our lives and to encourage the Maphet and Arasmith families to do the same in Artie's life. As the whole-but-presently-scattered chur...

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Baptism Letter: Feb. 28th

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Baptism Letter: Feb. 14th

Dear Baptized Ones, On Sunday, we will celebrate the baptism of Elladia Kathleen Rooks! While all of us will not be able to participate in person, we can all share in praying for her and for others to reap the eternal benefits signified in her baptism. We can all also work diligently to keep Jesus' Gospel central in Elladia's life as her faithful church family. This w...

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Baptism Letter: Benet O'Sullivan

January 31st - Baptism Letter Dear Family at Christ Community, This Sunday we will have the opportunity to celebrate God's goodness at the 10:30 worship service as Benet Hollis O'Sullivan receives the sign and seal of baptism. Baptism will not save Benet. Nevertheless, from this point forward in his life, baptism will point Benet to his only hope in life: the person and ...

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Baptism Letter: Jan. 12th

Dear Baptized Ones, On Sunday, we will participate in the baptism of Maverick Joseph Weathers along with his parents Joe and Maggie. What a gift that we get to be reminded of the many times in which God has delivered His people from death to life through the tumultuous waters of judgment! Baptism reminds us of the judgment endured by Jesus on our behalf through His pa...

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Baptism Letter: Dec. 22nd

Dear Baptized Ones, This coming Sunday we have the privilege of being a part of Cornelius Kenneth Joseph's baptism along with his parents Brianna and Kenny. At the conclusion of our text for worship inRevelation 6:17, the Spirit confronts us with the question of who can stand in the day of the Lord. The sacrament of baptism reveals the answer: it is those who have rec...

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Baptism Letter: Sept. 22nd

Dear Baptized Ones, On Sunday, we will join together to celebrate the baptism of Genesis Blackman with her parents Chris and Kelsey as part of our worship in Joel 1:13-20. In this passage, Joel calls for us to use various means of grace (lamentation, fasting, prayer, and worship) to cry out to the Lord in repentance. In fuller revelation of Jesus Christ, Genesis' bapt...

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Baptism Letter: May 12th

Dear Baptized Ones, On Sunday, we have the opportunity to improve upon our own baptisms as we take part in the baptism of Griffin Clay Oldham as part of our worship in Ephesians 1:3-10. What a joy this will be for our congregation many of whom prayed for God to bless Clay and Barbie with a child! As Griffin's parents, they desire to bless the Lord who answered these p...

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Baptism Letter: Jan. 13th

Dear Baptized Ones, This Sunday we will have the joy of witnessing Wes Calton baptize his daughter Ann McClain Louise Calton as part of our worship service. We will be reminded of our infant-like dependency on God our Father and utter inability to save ourselves as Anne passively receives the water upon her head in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Though ...

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