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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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Worship Schedule | Hurricane Irma

Dear Members and Friends of Christ Church, Due to the closure of Moultrie Middle School (our regular meeting place for worship) Christ Church will be worshipping with our sister congregation, Redeemer Presbyterian Church. Redeemer is in downtown Charleston at 43 Wentworth Street. The service begins at 10:30 am. Please check Redeemer's website for parking information. If y...

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A Better Way to Reach the Lost

All Christians are called to be witnesses of Christ's truth and love to the lost. But evangelism can be a real challenge, especially for those are introverted. Read Pastor Jon's most recent article in Table Talk Magazine and learn that Biblical evangelism is meant to be more natural and ordinary than one might think. https://tabletalkmagazine.com/article/2017/09/winning-s...

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CCP Latest News & Updates

CHURCH CALENDAR | NOW ONLINEWondering what events are coming up at Christ Church? Can't find that email about the church picnic? No worries! Now you can check out the master church calendar on our website! Simply go to www.ChristChurchCharleston.org and click on "Calendar."NEW PODCAST | AN INTERVIEW WITH KENT MCAVOYListen to episode #44 of "Between the Times" as Pastor Jon...

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Christ Church | Latest News & Updates

CHURCH CALENDAR | NOW ONLINEWondering what events are coming up at Christ Church? Can't find that email about the church picnic? No worries! Now you can check out themaster church calendaron our website! Simply click on "Calendar," or follow this link:CCPChurch CalendarTHIS WEEK'S SERMONSUnable to attend this past Lord's day? Listen toPastor Jon's sermons from Psalm 19 and...

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Encouragement for College Students

Dearest Members of Christ Church, Sending children off to college can sometimes be a scary thing for Christian parents. It can also be scary for those entering their freshman year. Indeed, it's not easy being a follower of Christ on a college campus these days. With all the changes and new freedoms will come new temptations and responsibilities. That's why it's so importa...

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CHRIST CHURCH PODCAST | PREDESTINATION Take a few minutes to listen to our latest podcast episode of "Between the Times" where the hosts, Pastor Jon, Pastor Ross, and Gabe Williams, discuss "Predestination and the Sovereign Grace of God" in the context of Romans 9. Go to Resources / Podcasts. NEW VISITORS | WE WELCOME YOUWe have had many new visitors lately, and if you ar...

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Dear Members and Friends of Christ Church, The hot and humid dog days of summer in Charleston are upon us. I will never forget the first time I experienced the muggy humidity of the South. It was mid-August, and I was disembarking a flight from humidity-free Northern California to an exceedingly balmy Greenville, South Carolina, preparing to start my freshman year at Clem...

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The Gospel Reformation Network is a network of PCA ministers seeking to cultivate and encourage healthy Reformed churches within the PCA. For an introduction to the work of the GRN please watch the brief video linked below: http://gospelreformation.net/gospel-reformation-network-video/ ...

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Sermon Discussion Questions: May 21, 2017

Sunday, May 21, 2017Galatians 4:1-7 How can digital technology affect our sense of self or identity? Why is "identity confusion" often a problem associated with the use of social media? What are some negative effects that social media is having on us? How should Christians view the fundamental aspects of their identity? Why is a right understanding of the Gospel esse...

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Healthy Church Growth

The best kind of church growth is that which is spiritual. Don't get me wrong, I want our congregation to grow numerically. I would love for our giving to increase. I long for the pews in Lord's Day morning and evening worship to be full of passionate worshippers. But more important than nickels and noses is the growing spiritual maturity of Christ's flock. The shaping of ...

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