Sunday September 20th

Note: Sunday school is taking place in-person at 9:00 a.m. in Fellowship Hall. Lord willing, an audio recording will be posted next week.


SUNDAY SCHOOL (9:00 a.m.):

Teacher: Damon Cupp

Lesson: Biblical Child Training Wk 6


WORSHIP SERVICE (10:15 a.m.):

Messenger: Dan Kirk

Sermon: God’s Word: Treasure of the Heart

Colossians Psalm 119:11

Click here to download a packet that includes the Scripture reading, song lyrics, sermon notes, and small group questions.


Announcements:

  • WEEKLY SCRIPTURE MEMORY PLAN | We have begun a church-wide Scripture memory plan using Fighter Verses. In addition to the bookmarks in last week's bulletin, you can access the verse list on fighterverses.com or download the Fighter Verse app available on Android and iOS devices. Please join us as we seek to treasure God’s Word in our heart week by week! The coming week’s Fighter Verse is Psalm 73:25-26.
  • IRON SHARPENS IRON (ISI) | Men - Join ISI as we go through Joshua and Ruth this fall with the help of a MacArthur study guide. In this series, Pastor MacArthur will guide us through an in-depth look at the conquest of the Promised Land, including both the victories and setbacks. We’ll also consider the doctrinal themes, such as the “Sin of Achan” and the role of the “Kinsman Redeemer.” This will serve our souls well! We meet on Saturdays from 7-9 pm, starting October 3rd. Click here to sign up for this study.
  • VIRTUAL SMALL GROUP FELLOWSHIP | For those unable to gather for in person small group meetings, we want to make you aware of a small group that is meeting only via video conference, on Wednesday evenings. To join in, or for more information, please contact Phil McKenzie: (817) 694-7627; prrmck@yahoo.com.
  • CBC BAPTISM SERVICE | We will have a baptism service on Sunday, October 11 during the Sunday School hour. Those wishing to participate in our next baptism service should sign up here.

NOTE: If you experience technical issues during the service, check your email for any updates we may send out about the best way to access a smooth stream. We apologize for these technical issues, and want to assure you that we are working to resolve them.


We have found that it can make a difference which device and even which browser you use (Microsoft's Edge and Apple's Safari seem to work better than Google's Chrome, for example).


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You can find the live stream video below: