Confession of Faith – Philippians 2

We're beginning a new series this week on Philippians 4 at Christ the King.  The above image is a word cloud of Philippians 4 Along with exploring the rest of the book of Philippians is a confession of faith from chapter 2. Corporate Confession of Faith Based on Philippians 2 (ESV) Leader: If there is... Continue Reading →

Prayer for the Lord’s Supper – John Hunter

John Hunter was a preacher at Trinity Church, Glasgow and later at the venerable King's Weigh House Chapel in London during the late 18th, early 19th century.  He is most well known for his publication of "Devotional Services for Public Worship" which was the most popular service book of its day in non-conformist circles (non-anglicans).... Continue Reading →

Passing the Peace of Christ

Christ the King will be "Passing the Peace of Christ" this fall as part of our order of worship on sunday mornings.  I wrote a brief article explaining some of the biblical and cultural reasons how this practice moved into regular practice of the early church and some of the issues with how it is... Continue Reading →

Corporate Confession of Faith

Here is a Corporate Confession of Faith from August 2nd when Elliot was preaching on Luke 14 and the Parable of the Great Banquet.Corporate Confession of Faith Based on Revelation 3:20, Psalm 34:8-9, Psalm 128:1-2, Revelation 19:9   Leader:           Behold, I stand at the door and knock. If anyone hears my voice and opens the... Continue Reading →

Confession of Faith – Ephesians 6

Corporate Confession of Faith Based on Ephesians 6:10-20 (ESV) Leader:                   As believers in the Christian faith let us: People:                 Put on the whole armor of God, that we may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. Leader:                   Let us stand having fastened... Continue Reading →

Mercy Offering Liturgy

Like many churches, we have a special offering on the 4th sunday of every month to serve the mercy needs of congregation and community. It is a great way to highlight in the worship service the call to serve the poor, oppressed, downtrodden, and outcast in our midst.  Here is a simple liturgy we use... Continue Reading →

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