Life Group Tomorrow
Join us for Life Group tomorrow night at 7pm via Zoom as we pray together and discuss the week’s reading (Colossians 4:2 – 2 Thessalonians 1:12). Please check your email later today for the link to join the meeting.
Monthly Prayer Meeting
This Sunday, October 17th, at 9:00 am, please join us for our monthly prayer meeting in the main sanctuary. Spending time praying together is life-giving and encouraging! Please note that this prayer meeting will be prayer-focused (no message, no worship), and there will not be childcare provided. Please remember to wear a properly fitted mask and remain physically distanced from people not in your household. Weather permitting, we will be hanging out at Roosevelt Park (across the street from the church building) after the prayer meeting.
- October 14th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- October 17th, 9am In-Person Prayer Meeting
- October 21st, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- October 24th, 10:30 am Outdoor Gathering
- October 28th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- November 4th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- November 7th, 9am In-Person Church Service
- November 11th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
Good to Know
What is Celebrate Recovery? A Christ centered program that gives people the resources and relationships to help recover from life’s hurts, habits, and hang-ups. It is a time designed to help you find healing and learn to live in freedom. Whether you are struggling with addictions, anxiety, depression, codependency, or an unhealthy relationship, you can find help here. For more information, contact Bryan Beach or Holly Turlington.
Worship Spotify Playlist
Heard us play a song during worship that you loved but weren’t able to find later? Abby Vazquez put together a Spotify playlist of worship songs that we sing frequently at CHC. Click here for the playlist.
Years ago, I heard stories from someone who visited the current churches of Thessaloniki, Greece. The people of today were described in ways that are similar to what we read in 1 Thessalonians. Paul writes to the Thessalonians shortly after his first visit, seen in Acts 17. He commends their faithful love in action from the hope they found in Jesus. Their relationship with Jesus brought life change and inspired their expectant hope for His return. Thinking about what we read here, I believe that you see characteristics that the Thessalonians, Paul, and his team share in common. They are focused on Jesus Christ. Love is their motivation for faithful hard work. Their hope is found in Jesus. This hope endures. They put into practice a priority on pleasing God more than pleasing other people. This results in joy.
City Harbor Church is a safe place to find and follow Jesus. Click here for more information about us and what we believe.