Chestnut Ridge Church
Repackaged - Part 1
Has curiosity ever gotten the best of you, and you secretly opened a Christmas present early to see what you were going to get...only to rewrap it and pretend you were surprised at Christmas? Though the Christmas story—as it is "unwrapped" in the gospels—contains many surprises, the Old Testament believers should not have been surprised. God had not only revealed his "Christmas plan" through words (prophecies), but He also revealed it through stories. Repackaged looks at three Old Testament stories that point to God's greatest gift of all.
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  • Chestnut Ridge Church [CRC]
    2223 Cheat Rd, Morgantown, WV 26508, USA
    Sunday 8:00 AM
  • Chestnut Ridge Church
    Sunday 5:55 PM


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Joy to the World, Forever I Run, Sinking Deep, Death Was Arrested

In today’s services, we’ll be playing an interactive game, and YOUR opinion will be needed! Download the Kahoot! app right now from the App Store or Google Play. You can also open your browser, and go to We’ll provide the PIN as the game begins. If you’re in college, grad school, working or somewhere in between, you’re invited to connect with CRC Campus, and stop by the Hub for a FREE lunch TODAY after the 11am service. Chestnut Mountain Ranch is a local home and school which offers hope and healing for boys who are in crisis. Change the Course jars can be filled with coins to help make a difference in a child’s life. Jars can be picked up TODAY (or you can recycle any jar from home!), and returned in December. There’s more about it at Meets Mondays, 6:30–8:30 pm—Celebrate Recovery is a place to share the struggles and victories of your hurts, habits, or hang-ups. For more information, visit CR is open to the public, and childcare is available. Singles of all ages are invited to the Merry and Bright Singles Christmas Bash! There will be great food, a lot of fun, and live music by Blended Reality Band, a local country-pop trio. Dress is festive with prizes for the merriest, and tickets are just $5. Find more info at New here? Been coming for a while and looking to connect, grow or make a difference around The Ridge? Next is the place for you to hear a short overview about the church, ask any questions you might have, and determine your next step—whatever it might be. Next will be held in the conference room off the lobby after each service. Find more info at December 15, 5pm (optional dinner) 6:30 (showtime!) Jingle Jam is a high-energy, fun-filled, live-action, theatrical Christmas show and night out for kids and families to attend together! The show will be held in the auditorium this year, and there’s an optional dinner available, too! Visit for all the info.

Repackaged - Part 1 [December 3, 2017] Tim Haring

Jesus got right what Adam got wrong

Jesus got right what Adam got wrong

Jesus got right what Adam got wrong
He would have to be a representative of the whole human race
He would have to pass the test that Adam failed
He would need to be able to defeat death through his own death and resurrection
He would need to reclaim authority over all creation
Jesus Christ is not a Christian god alongside the Muslim god and the Hindu gods and the Jewish God. He is the universal Lord and Savior, and there is no other Savior. The point of the comparison with Adam is to show that there is one fundamental problem in the human race that began with Adam at the beginning: Sin. – Piper
Jesus got right what Adam got wrong

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