We invite you to worship with us this Sunday at Community of Grace, join us at 9:30 am for a Traditional Worship Service or at 10:45 am for a Contemporary Worship Service.

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February 25, 2018
 
"Growing in Faith to Serve...Gathering Together as One"
 
Focus Scriptures: 
Ephesians 4:1-16     Matthew 18:15-20

We gather together every Sunday and worship God. We are Christians and as such are brought together in the Body of Christ. We all have different backgrounds and talents that we bring with us. When we put those together we are One in Him. When we use those talents that He has given us we can do incredible things for the church and the world around us. During this season we reflect on putting aside any differences among us and focusing on working together in unity. We all love this church we share and when we come together Christ is there among us, just as He promised. 


 

 

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Daily Devotion
February 25, 2018
 

While Ephesians 4:1-16 begins with a focus on the individual, it also offers us a glimpse into the unity we should enjoy as a church. Christ “equipped” not only the church leaders but each of us for works of service. These tools are to be used to build up the church in unity of our faith and understanding that this is not something that is done overnight or even perhaps in our own lifetime but upon the shoulders of those that preceded us and those that will come after us. To have unity and perfection in the church has not yet been attained and it will require each of us to use the unique gifts that we have because as Jesus as our head, we the church are still a maturing body. Each part has a responsibility and we are called to use our talent to distinguish ourselves but never to separate ourselves from the body of Christ and the church. And much how the body is the intermingling of muscles, bones, organs and more, our church and the body of Christ needs each one of us to play our role. More importantly, our role is more than just what talent was bestowed upon us but it is also our abilities to befriend when needed, guide when warranted and, most importantly, help others whenever possible. 

 

Written by Robbie Schwartz


 

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