Monthly Church Service this Sunday
Please join us this Sunday, October 3rd, at 9 am, for an in-person church service at the church facility. We are so excited to hear from Pastors Ben and Rebecca Malmin!
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 remember to wear a properly fitted mask and remain physically distanced from people not in your household.
City Kids Sign Up for This Sunday
Please use this form to sign up your children (ages 4 through 4th grade) for the City Kids class on October 3rd. If you have any questions about City Kids you can contact Anna Talaiver or check out our City Kids page on the church website.
- September 30th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- October 3rd, 9am In-Person Church Service
- October 7th, 7pm Virtual Life Group
- 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
Good to Know
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.
In Ephesians 4, Paul encourages followers of Jesus Christ to respond to God’s amazing grace with a thankful lifestyle of devotion. He encourages them to live in a way that honors God and reflects God’s love for others. With gracious, patient humility, we should pursue unity and peace. Within the church, God has given each person unique gifts. This includes people who function as apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors, and teachers. They should be helping people learn how to use their particular abilities. This includes serving others, doing good, strengthening the church, and growing spiritually. Together we can become more like Jesus Christ. We can help each other. The church should be a group of people who are spiritually healthy, growing, and full of love.
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