November 2017 archive

Week of December 3, 2017

This Week at Christ the Redeemer: The New Year is fast approaching! Here are some of the things you need to know as we prepare for a wonderful Advent: Saturday, December 2, 8:30 am  to Noon—Our Second DEMOLITION DAY takes place. We hope to expand our Fellowship Hall space by taking down the walls on …

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Sermon for Sunday, November 26, 2017: Christ the King

Brian Campbell, speaker

Sermon for Rwanda Sunday, November 19, 2017

Joey Pierce, Director, “Walk With Rwanda,” speaker

Week of November 19, 2017

Please take the time to read fully, as there is much important information! As the end of the Church’s year approaches, there are a number of dates and events that you need to place on your calendars: First, this Sunday, November 19 we celebrate our ‘Connection with Rwanda’ in multiple ways. We welcome the Rev. Joey …

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“Last Chances” – Sermon for Sunday, November 12, 2017

Brian Campbell, speaker

Week of November 12, 2017

Dear Friends As the days shorten and the nights lengthen, we know we are fast approaching the changing of the year. Here are some things to note as we travel this road together: First, ‘Celebration of Our Rwandan Connection’  is Sunday—November 19.  By the grace of God, Christ the Redeemer has been intimately connected with …

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Sermon for Sunday, November 5, 2017

Brother Tim Luken, speaker

Week of November 5, 2017

This Week at Christ the Redeemer: With the coming of November, we know that the current year is speeding to its close as a new one eagerly awaits!  Here are some of the things you need to know this week as we live into that reality: First, Remember to TURN YOUR CLOCKS BACK this Saturday! …

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A Reflection on the Daily Office

“Who is worthy to open the scroll and break its seal?”   Revelation 5:2 Today is the Feast of All Saints (or ‘All Hallows’ – thus, yesterday evening was ‘All-hallows-eve’). Today we celebrate the reality of God’s victory in Christ by acknowledging the presence of those who have gone before us, who now share that victory …

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