This Sunday we do not have any in-person events planned, but you can still have church at home! Pastor Ben pre-recorded Sunday messages that post every other Sunday on our church’s Facebook page, YouTube channel, and website.
Monthly Prayer Meeting
On Sunday, August 15th, at 9:00 am, please join us at the church facility for a prayer meeting in the main sanctuary. Please enter through the main doors at the top of the stairs. There is a ramp located to the left side of the building that you may use to enter instead if needed. Please note that this prayer meeting will be prayer-focused (no message, no worship), and there will not be childcare provided. Parents, please keep your children near you. Please remember to wear a properly fitted mask and remain physically distanced from people not in your household.
August Youth Events
On Friday, August 6th, CHC Youth will be bowling at Parkville Lanes from 7-9pm. Please arrive at 6:45pm and wear a mask. Cost is $13 dollars per person. CHC Youth will meet at Round 1 in Towson on August 20th, time TBD. Please contact Malinda Brady if you have any questions.
- August 5th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- August 6th CHC Youth Bowling Night
- August 12th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- August 15th, 9am In-Person Prayer Meeting
- August 19th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- August 20th, 7pm CHC Youth Bowling Night
- August 22nd, 10:30am Outdoor Fellowship Gathering
- August 26th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- September 2nd, 7pm Virtual Life Group
Good to Know
CHC Schedule Overview
- Sunday Morning In-Person Church Services: September 5th, October 3rd
- In-Person Prayer Meetings: August 15th, September 19th
- Outdoor Fellowship Gatherings: August 22nd, September 26th
- Life Group (on Zoom): You can continue to join us on Zoom every Thursday night at 7pm for prayer, fellowship, and discussion of the daily Bible readings.
In Romans chapter 15, Paul explains that his letter to the Roman believers is meant to be a reminder of important truths. They know this stuff well enough to teach it, and yet they need a reminder. He expresses gratitude for the increasing number of people coming to faith in Jesus and his role in this mission from God. His mission is focused on reaching people who have not yet heard about Jesus the Messiah because this is part of the expressed will of God. Paul worked to discover God’s plans and desires. He then responded to this discovery by devoting his life to it. We can now follow in Paul’s example of just how to follow Jesus in life and mission.
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