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Communion Letter: Dec. 26th

Dear Family at Christ Community, On the last Sunday of 2017, we have the Lord's Table to look forward to as we conclude our Advent Series. In John 2:1-12, Jesus performs His first miracle at the wedding in Cana as He turns the water in the jars for Jewish purification rites into the finest of wines. This miracle frees the master of the feast and the newly married coup...

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Weekly Confession: Dec. 12th

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 see Your glory in Jesus Christ Your Word that became flesh and dwelt among us so as to receive grace upon grace from His fullne...

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Weekly Confession

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 live in the reality of and bear witness to the eternal truth that the light of Jesus Christ has overcome the darkness of ...

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Communion Letter: Dec. 3rd

Dear Family at Christ Community, Next Sunday we will celebrate the Lord's Table as part of our Advent worship in John 1:4-13. Advent can be a difficult season for many of us as we deal with the various burdens that come with the holidays that often lead us away from the comforting light of the Gospel. It can feel like we are caught in a whirlwind and can't seem to cat...

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Communion Letter: Nov. 12th

Dear Family at Christ Community, We will conclude our current series this Sunday as we engage Colossians4:2-18. As part of our worship, we will come to the Lord's Table together to be nourished so as to walk in the power of the resurrection as Paul has encouraged us throughout his letter to the Colossians. The broken bread will help remind us of our deliverance from t...

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Weekly Confession: Nov. 12th

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 display the resurrection in our lives to thoughtfully engage those outside of the church (Colossians 4:2-6). We confess th...

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Weekly Confession: Nov. 5th

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 display the resurrection in the context of our families (Colossians 3:18-21). We confess that we often fail to display the resu...

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Baptism Letter: Oct. 29th

Dear Baptized Ones, We have the privilege this Sunday of witnessing Chloe Turner's baptism as part of our worship in Colossians 3:12-17. She has previously professed faith in Jesus Christ alone by faith alone through God's grace alone. She is pursuing baptism as a sign and seal of her being set apart in Christ to walk in newness of life to the glory of God. This empow...

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Weekly Confession: Oct. 29th

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 put on what is heavenly in Christ allowing the peace of Christ rule in our hearts with thanksgiving (Colossians 3:12-15). We co...

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Communion Letter: Oct. 22nd

Dear Family at Christ Community, Our time of worship on Sunday will focus on Colossians 3:5-11 in which Paul commands us to put to death what is earthly within us through the power of our resurrected union with Christ. We have the opportunity to respond in part by partaking of the Lord's Table. What a glorious reminder that before we can act on any command or call to ...

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