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Sunday Worship Services
10:30am – Morning Worship
5:30pm – Evening Worship
(at St. Paul's Lutheran,
604 Pitt St. Mt. Pleasant)
Church Address
Moultrie Middle School
645 Coleman Boulevard
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464
 

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Christmas Eve Service

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Please make plans to join us for our beautiful Christmas Eve Service, 8:30 p.m., at St. Johannes Lutheran Church in downtown Charleston (48 Hasell St). Invite your family and friends to this special service as we celebrate our Savior's birth!...

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Bulletin Announcements

Dear Christ Church, We have a number of great events planned for the near future and into the new year. Please take a moment to look through these upcoming dates and mark your calendar. We hope you can join us for these times of learning, edification, and fellowship! CCP Christmas Outreach Christmas is a wonderful season to share Christ's message in a meaningful way. Th...

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Faith Comes by Hearing

Listening well to the preaching of God's Word is foundational to spiritual growth and discipleship. Indeed, sanctification is not unrelated to how attentive we are to the faithful proclamation of the Scriptures (c.f. 2 Pet. 1:1921; John17:17). The inspired apostle reminds us that saving faith is created and nourished by the preached Word: "Faith comes from hearing, and hea...

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Prayer Requests

Dear Members and Regular Attenders of Christ Church,Prayer is one of the grandest privileges of the Christian life. Think of it: God invites us to approach the throne of grace and to pour out our hearts to Him. God wants to hear from us His redeemed children! Through the cleansing blood and righteousness of Christ we can offer God thanksgiving and praise, and make our req...

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How Do I Teach My Family?

Every Christian home is meant to be a school of Christa place of spiritual nurture, loving discipline, sound doctrine, and biblical piety. This is not a reference to Victorian-era portraits of the Christian family; it is the clear teaching of Scripture and the Reformed tradition. Even so, our hectic schedules, ubiquitous gadgets, and misplaced priorities often make our h...

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Women's Ministry

Ladies of Christ Church, I am so excited about the Bible Study Fellowship group that will be starting up in a couple weeks.We will meet regularly at Emily Rudolph's home in the Old Village, but for our first gathering we willmeetat Helen Royal's beautiful beach house on Sullivan's Island (2851 Marshall Blvd.) onWednesday, October 24th at 7 p.m. Wehave plentyof copies ofIn...

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Cultivating the Bonds of Peace in the PCA

If censoriousness is not a fruit of the Spirit, and uncharitable assumptions are not marks of genuine piety, then why are they so prevalent in the courts of the church, and in the recesses of our hearts? Seriously. Why are we so prone to suspicion? Why are we so swift to judge the motivations of our fellow presbyters? Why don't we honestly discuss our differences, rather t...

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CCP Announcements and News

Please take a moment to look over the upcoming events at Christ Church: Women's Bible Study Fellowship | October 24 Austin Griffin will be leading a Bible study fellowship group, twice a month, on Wednesday nights starting on October 24th. The first gathering will be at the Royal's home on Sullivan's Island at 7 p.m. (2851 Marshall Blvd.). We will be studying the book In...

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Good Days Ahead for CCP

GOOD DAYS AHEAD FOR CCP The Gospel is profoundly glorious, yet surprisingly simple. Renown theologians could spend lifetimes exploring the mysteries of the gospel, and yet even a child can understand the essence of the good news. "Whoever has the Son has life; whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life" (I John 5:12). Jesus saves sinners. Hallelujah! We bel...

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The Holy Spirit: Lord & Giver of Life

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The person and work of the Holy Spirit is not a subject to which Reformed Presbyterians give enough attention. Indeed, if we are honest, the third person of the Holy Trinity gets somewhat neglected compared to the Father and the Son. That's ironic, since our Reformed forefathers placed serious emphasis upon the Holy Spirit. Indeed, John Calvin has been called "The theologi...

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