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How and Why we surprised our congregation on Sunday - 1st Corinthians 11:17-34

We surprised our congregation during worship on Sunday!  It was great!  Listen to the event here to learn what I’m talking about.  What you’ll hear at the beginning is me setting up the congregation for coffee break.  712 more words

Heidelberg Catechism - Lord's Day 30

Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 30

Q. What difference is there between the Lord’s Supper and the papal Mass?
A. The Lord’s Supper testifies to us that we have compete forgiveness of all our sins through the one sacrifice of Jesus Christ which he himself has accomplished on the cross once for all; (and that through the Holy Spirit we are incorporated into Christ, who is now in heaven with his true body at the right hand of the Father and is there to be worshipped). 223 more words

Christian Growth


This post will be about a little of this-n-that.

Back East in the 70s, a capable man (who nonetheless struggled inwardly) once started a Bible class for college students.   402 more words


Have you ever thought communion is a bit strange?

A little tiny piece of bread.

An equally small cup of juice. 

Most often, that is how we take communion at Faith Church.  We also practice intinction, where people rip off a piece of bread and dip it in a cup.  270 more words

Break Thou the Bread of Life

Break thou the bread of life,
Dear Lord, to me,
As thou didst break the loaves
Beside the sea;
Throughout the sacred page
I seek thee, Lord,
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Church Song

Question 81-Puritan Catechism

Q. What is required to the worthy receiving of the Lord’s Supper?

A. It is required of them who would worthily partake of the Lord’s Supper, that they examine themselves of their knowledge to discern the Lord’s body, (1 Corinthians 11:28,29) of their faith to feed upon him, (2 Corinthians 13:5) of their repentance, (1 Corinthians 11:31) love, (1 Corinthians 11:18-20) and new obedience, (1 Corinthians 5:8) lest coming unworthily, they eat and drink judgment to themselves. 7 more words

Charles H. Spurgeon