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What I Want for My Birthday

OK, so I rarely do this, but I think it's important enough to break my own tradition. Sunday is my (Pastor Jay) birthday. What would I like for my birthday? I want everyone to be in church. Seriously. That's what I'd like for my birthday. I don't think it's a ton to ask, and it would mean the world to me. Plus, we're doing something I think is really important for our chur...

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Octoberfest and Worship

Sorry about the social media silence, Pastor Jay was gone this week. We are excited about tomorrow as we dive back in to the book of Romans! Join us for our series, "Not Ashamed," as we dwell on what God's good story is for humanity. To prepare for worship, here are our songs for tomorrow. We've got some something great we're launching as well, so hope to see ...

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Build Your Kingdom Here!

We are getting excited preparing for worship this Sunday! We are going to have a very interactive message on worship in the home. We are also introducing this song this week. I know we are doing lots of new songs lately, but we have been seeking songs that have an emphasis on celebration to add to our rotation. So, listen, learn, and come ready to worship this...

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In case you missed it: 9/22/19

In case you missed it... Yesterday we covered how to cultivate a generous heart by the continual exploration of gratitude found in the goodness of God. God's love is most greatly displayed to us in the gospel, the good news of the sacrifice of Jesus for his own. Listen to the sermon here Here are some practical ways you can begin to live out this life of generosity: Ge...

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Prepare Yourselves for Worship

Church, let us prepare out hearts, minds and bodies for church tomorrow! Bodies: Get rest. Don't do things that will jeopardize your attendance. Minds: Think on things of God. We will specifically be talking about how our gratitude towards God will lead us to be generous people. Hearts: Pray! Here are the worship songs we'll be singing. Maybe familiarize yourself with...

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In Case You Missed It: 09/15/19

On Sunday we covered our new discipleship training for the semester. We looked at Colossians 1 to get a foundation for what discipleship looks like. And we go over the specifics of our groups and material as well. Listen to the sermon here We introduced a new song, Great Things. Get brushed up before this Sunday! Also, if you are not already involved in a group, please ...

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Preparing for Sunday

Happy Friday everyone!I wanted to drop a quick line to encourage you to prepare even today for coming to church this Sunday morning. We have some very important Sundays this month that are driving home things that are vital to our life in Jesus and, in particular, the culture of Cross Fellowship Church. This Sunday we will be discussing how we become more like Jesus, a pro...

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In Case You Missed It 9/8/19

In case you missed it.... Here is the message this morning from our 4th anniversary service looking at what God is leading us to focus on in year 5. 7 Goals 1. Discipleship Training 2. Worship 3. Building Fund 4. App Connectedness 5. Safety Abuse Reporting 6. Continued Development of Family Ministries 7. Beyond our ...

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Heading Into Year Five!

As we head into the weekend, our prayer is that you will have the opportunity to rest as a family and prepare yourself for worship on Sunday! This Sunday we are celebrating heading into year five of CFC's existence. We're going to be talking about a lot of great stuff! If you haven't been in awhile, it's a perfect Sunday to check back in. Some nuggets to chew ...

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Don't miss this Sunday @ CFC!

Dear CFC family and friends, I can't believe that we are wrapping up the fourth year of our church's existence and are gearing up for year five. There are so many emotions that this time of year brings: overwhelming gratitude to God for his faithfulness, excitement about the newness that September often brings, so much affection for those who are on this journey with us, ...

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