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If…Then

For every cause there is an effect. This is true in terms of our faith journey, both individually and corporately. It is, therefore, wise to practice care in what we say we will do.

Message Title: ¨If…Then…¨

Scripture: Exodus 19:2-8a

Date & Time: Sunday June 18, 9:30am-10:30am

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Weekly Bible Reading Plan, 6/19 – 6/25

Link to a pdf of the CCOBWeeklyReadingPlan for Monday 6/12/17 – Sunday 6/18/17.

*To guide us through the Scriptures and encourage reading the Word in fellowship, the CCOB uses liturgical readings based on the Christian calendar.  This week we reflect on the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost and prepare for the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost (the birthday of the Church).

Use this reading plan as you meditate on Scriptures in order to help prepare for our time together Sunday.  You can also sign up on DailyLectio.net which will send these Scriptures right to your inbox.

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State Budget Impasse Forum Resources

On Monday June 12 the Canton Church of the Brethren participated in the State Budget Impasse Forum. Several local and statewide media outlets attended and enthusiastically promoted this event. The purpose of this post is to offer you a place where you can find all these resources and learn more about how you can help.

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Weekly Bible Reading Plan, 6/12 – 6/18

Link to a pdf of the CCOBWeeklyReadingPlan (5) for Monday 6/12/17 – Sunday 6/18/17.

*To guide us through the Scriptures and encourage reading the Word in fellowship, the CCOB uses liturgical readings based on the Christian calendar.  This week we reflect on the 7th Sunday of Easter and prepare for the new season of Pentecost (the birthday of the Church).

Use this reading plan as you meditate on these Scriptures in order to help prepare for our time together Sunday.  You can also sign up on DailyLectio.net which will send these Scriptures right to your inbox.

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Paradox of the Cross

As we face troubled times, our present crisis provides an opportunity to revisit our identity. Who are we and what is this thing we call church? Paul’s response to this question can be characterized as The paradox of the cross; a different way to live, one that turns society on its head.  Are we passionate about building a present-day kingdom that both Paul and Jesus envisioned? Or we as a church conscious of the biggest problems facing the world? And what do we do with this tension when those in power do not work to build a peaceful and just kingdom?    

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This Sunday June 11: “The Paradox of the Cross”

As we face troubled times, our present crisis provides an opportunity to revisit our identity. Who are we and what is this thing we call church? Paul’s response to this question can be characterized as The paradox of the cross; a different way to live, one that turns society on its head.  Are we passionate about building a present-day kingdom that both Paul and Jesus envisioned? Or we as a church conscious of the biggest problems facing the world? And what do we do with this tension when those in power do not work to build a peaceful and just kingdom?    

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