Many people have given in to the notion that church is no longer an important part of American society. Some view it as irrelevant. Others presume the church is out of touch with the modern world. Jesus says otherwise. By contrast, the Bible proclaims that the church is the hope of the world—it will prevail even when everything else fails.
Throughout the series, we’ll explore what it means to be a part of the spiritual family, and how we can continue to overcome those misconceptions. Let’s discover how we can be the church by showing love, kindness, and grace through actions in faith.
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http://www.theridge.church/coronavirus We will be moving our gathering online, and will not gather in person at the church building located at 2223 Cheat Road this Sunday. We are grateful that technology allows us to experience worship and services online with you. Sunday's service will be available at chestnutridgechurch.com/live at 9am and 11am. You can also view the service live on our Facebook page at 9am. The Facebook broadcast will continue to be available to view after the service. To stay up to date on the latest information concerning services and events, please visit us online.
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http://www.theridge.church/feedwv Now through March 29—The Ridge is partnering with Mountaineer Food Bank and Christian Help to feed WV! Now through March 29th, drop off your non-perishable food items in the lobby. Grab a paper bag at any of the entrances or fill your own! Visit us online for more information on high-need food items and drop-off locations.
"John’s description of him marks him not merely as a community leader but as one of the revered seventy, who along with the high priest composed the Sanhedrin, the equivalent of the Jewish Supreme Court." –G.L. Borchert
Ready to take a next step in your personal or group study time? Follow the link below for printable discussion questions about today's message. You'll also find links to this Sunday's audio, video and weekend program.