No Life Group Tomorrow Night
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, there will be no Life Group tomorrow night.
Church Service this Sunday
This Sunday, November 28th, at 9am, we will be meeting together at the church facility for our weekly Sunday service.
Please enter the church sanctuary by the red doors on either side, and not the center red doors. The center door allows cold air to blow into the room. Thank you for your consideration. Please remember to wear a properly fitted mask and remain physically distanced from people not in your household.
- November 28th, 9am In-Person Church Service
- December 2nd, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- December 3rd, CHC Youth Night
- December 5th, 9am In-Person Church Service and City Kids
- December 9th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- December 12th, 9am In-Person Church Service, City Kids Christmas Program
- December 16th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- December 17th, CHC Youth Night
- December 19th, 9am In-Person Church Service and City Kids Christmas Party
Good to Know
Last Sunday’s sermon is available on the church website in case you were unable to attend in person. You can also find other past messages there as well.
Daily Bible Reading
If you have lost track of where we are in the daily Bible reading, you can see the full schedule here or you can follow these instructions to subscribe to the Pastor’s Daily to automatically receive an email with each day’s verses.
CHC’s YouTube Channel
Need to catch up on the Sunday messages or just want a quick word of encouragement? Check out CHC’s YouTube channel for all of that and more. In addition, our church website has an audio archive of past Sunday messages going back years.
Jesus is the point of reference from which we build our lives and by which we evaluate our health. Jesus Christ is the starting point of our faith, our model example, and the One who sets things in motion for us. As followers of Jesus, we are brought into the Kingdom of God. Jesus is our Cornerstone. We are living stones in this New Temple, a place of worship and communion with God. Jesus endures being rejected by people whom He loves. As we receive the leadership of Jesus we also receive inexhaustible blessing from God. This should motivate us to live honorable lives. 1 Peter 2:22-25 should be a passage we reflect on at least monthly to consider exactly what this means. Out of a constant awareness of (and reverence for) God we live in honorable relationships with others: family, co-workers, neighbors, and authority figures. We do this by imitating Jesus who walked with humility and endured suffering with a focus on the victory that God would bring.
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