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Worship at Christ, Sunday at 9 am.

 Sunday School classes  at 10:15 am

 

Summer Agape

Dinner/Bible Study on Wednesday’s at 5:45 pm

Christ Church has a great priority, bringing people into a personal love relationship with God and Christ.  We believe this is our most essential priority, because everyone needs a relationship with God. 

Our secondary mission is much like the first, we want to create a culture of discipleship so that believers can grow in their faith to become fully devoted followers of Christ.

We believe every person has the capacity to know God intimately, to find the greatest satisfaction in life is not from earthly position, possessions or power, but from the spiritual fulfillment found in the purpose, peace and joy of God’s love and grace.

We hope you will check us out in worship this month, but also connect into a brand new series we will be launching Wednesday, July 2.  It is called Summer Agape, and it begins with a meal from 5:30 – 6:30. We will worship from 6:30 – 6:45, and then study some of the toughest questions asked about Christianity. You will find answers to some of the most asked questions about Christianity and also develop confidence to answer when God needs you to respond to others who asked them.

Come and explore with integrity and clarity these questions:

July 30 -  Isn’t Christianity just a psychological crutch?

 August 6 – I could never take the blind leap of faith that believing in Christ requires.

August 13 -  It doesn’t matter what you believe as long as you’re sincere.

 

Dear Friends in Christ,

I read a story about Dr. Albert Einstein, who was taking a train to an out of town engagement. The conductor stopped by to punch his ticket, but the great scientist preoccupied with his work, explained that he couldn’t find his ticket. Not in the coat pockets, not in the briefcase.
The conductor said, “We all know who you are, Dr. Einstein. I’m sure you bought a ticket. Don’t worry.”
As the conductor moved along, he looked back to see Einstein on his hands and knees searching under the seats for his ticket.
“Dr. Einstein, please, don’t worry about it. I know who you are.”
Einstein looked up and said, “I too know who I am. What I don’t know is where I’m going.”
Identity and image is important, no, make that essential for acceptance in American culture. Think not, speak to the advertising agencies who market products based on appearance, image and identity.
Here’s the good news, God loves you, Jesus died for you, and God has a wonderful plan for your life. We find our greatest identity in Christ. With that identity we feel an assurance of his destiny.
This month I want to share with you in worship about the special creation God has made when he designed YOU!
The Bible tells us that we are designed with dignity, unlike other life forms, God created us “imago dei,” reflecting His very own image. We are God’s hand crafted design, Created with His plan and destiny in mind.
Many things in life have shaped who we are–we received our name from our parents, our identity from influences in home and family, career choices, personality traits, good and bad experiences in life and what we produce.
But the greatest design for our identity comes from God! He designed us to be His. You dear friends are designed with dignity for a special destiny.

See you in church this Sunday.

Pastor Larry

Messages for August

3 What Is Your Name?
Exodus 3:1-15

10 What is Your Identity?
Exodus 15:22-26

17 What is Your Identity 2?
John 8:48-58

24 What are Your Gifts?
Romans 12:3-8

31 What is your Shape?
Jeremiah 18:1-11

 

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6 responses to Home


  1. Ken Willard

    What time is your service? Do you offer Sunday School?

  2. Larry Hinkle

    Thank you Ken,

  3. Lue Perkins

    We drove past our church last night and saw the cross lit up. It almost took my breath away! To some, the cross reminds folks of the sadness and brutality of the death of our Lord. Not to say I don’t cry when I see the crucifixion, but last night I saw the glorious beauty of an extraordinary gift – everlasting life! I hope we keep this cross in front of the church lit all seasons. What a message of hope.., what a witness to our community…what an invitation to the lost and hurting. I can still close my eyes and see the cross.

  4. Linda Mayes

    Wondered how this works. Love the web site

  5. michelle

    is it possible to buy tickets for rock the park 2014 at your church? or do we have to go through itickets ?

  6. Cheri Miller

    Hello,
    Please go through I tickets.

    Cheri Miller

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