During the week of March 28th – April 4th we remember the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Let’s prepare to share in communion. Please set aside a small piece of bread and a cup for the occasion. We will do this during our prayer time, on Zoom at 7 pm, Thursday, April 1st. We will remember the Lord’s Table together.
Town Hall Follow Up Questions
Thank you for participating in our CHC Town Hall last week and for asking such great questions! If you have any follow up questions about the church’s reopening plan, please reach out to Pastor Ben. If you have any questions for the team with regards to COVID-19, please reach out to Joe Talaiver and he can connect you with the right expert on the team. Check out the church’s COVID-19 information page on the website to view detailed information compiled by the Safe Place Team.
- March 25th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 1st, 7pm Communion during All-Church Life Group
- April 4th Easter Sunday
- April 8th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
- April 15th, 7pm All-Church Life Group
In Luke chapter 3, we see that forgiveness can be found. John the Baptist prepared people to find Jesus the Messiah. John called people to turn away from selfishness, confessing their wrongs, and turning to God. The prophet Isaiah foresaw this message from John, who taught water baptism as a way that we can make a public statement of their decision to look to God for forgiveness. John led people into an understanding of spiritual cleansing. John taught generosity, helping the poor, and good stewardship. John was clear about who Jesus is (and he understood his own identity within that context). He predicted Jesus and the coming of the Holy Spirit. Jesus came to John for water baptism. In that moment we see the relationship between God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. God the Father expresses favor and great joy over Jesus. There is strong and passionate love. We must learn from this. We also read that John was not afraid to speak the truth to people in powerful positions.
Good to Know
CHC Social Media
Be on the lookout for short encouraging messages on the church’s Facebook page, Instagram account, Twitter profile, and YouTube channel. You may find these helpful for your week and easier to share with others.
Audit Bible College Courses
Active learning is essential to following Jesus. You can grow deeper roots with the help of Portland Bible College. We recommend this! You can “audit” courses for as little as $29. If you have any questions, please email pbconline@
- Browse Courses at www.PBCcurriculum.com
- Add Course to Shopping Cart
- Use Code: BIBLE2021 (case sensitive)
Watch Sunday Messages
Missed last week’s Sunday message? No problem! You can watch the recording on YouTube or Facebook. Sunday messages are posted each week at 8:55am Sunday morning on Facebook as well as on Friday nights on YouTube.
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