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Newsletter for the Week of
February 28th, 2016

In case you wanted to sing them again during the week!

Spotify link to this Sunday's Praise songs
This week's Sermon: "What Is The Church?" (John 17:14-21)

"The Church is neither a central agency with branch offices nor a group of individuals who decide to follow Jesus and therefore decide to start a church. Rather, it is a supernatural and eschatological reality that descends from heaven in the power of the Spirit through the means of grace (see Rev. 21:9-27)." (Michael Horton)


Main Idea: Jesus defines the church.

Sermon Application Questions
This sermon series: Year of Biblical Literacy

This week's New City Catechism Question # 9:
What does God require in the first, second and third commandments?

Answer: First, that we know and trust God as the only true and living God. Second, that we avoid all idolatry and do not worship God improperly. Third, that we treat God's name with fear and reverence, honoring also his Word and works.
Welcome Lunch, Sunday, March 20th right after service. Excellent way for newcomers to get to know what Christ Church is about and how to get connected over a meal on the church. Email Michelle if you're interested!

Community Group Leaders Training, Saturday, April 2nd (time TBA)If interested please fill out the form! Praise God that we are growing and need more Community Groups and more CG leaders! If you want to potentially serve and bless the church by hosting and/or facilitating discussion or at least learn what this will look like, please check out our CG Leaders training on Saturday, April 2nd. 

Interested in joining a Community Group? Please fill out the form! For those of you who are new to Christ Church and have been attending but aren't connected to a Community Group, they are a major way we live out our mission and vision to make disciples in Christ, Together, for the City. 
Mission Highlight: Thank you Seng for leading us in prayer for District 10 in San Francisco. A few quick facts about District 10:
  • District 10 includes Bayview-Hunters Point, Potrero Hill, Visitacion Valley, and Dogpatch.
  • District 10 is estimated to be 30% Asian, 29% Black, 26% White, and 15% Hispanic.
  • District 10 has the highest percentage of households with children under 18 in the city.
  • About 25% of residents of District 10 were born in another country.
  • About 30% of the residents of District 10 have a bachelors degree or higher.
Ideas for prayer: Old Skool Cafe and the work they are doing with at-risk youth, Pastor Eric Gillette and Valley Christian Fellowship, the schools, and all of those working to serve in neighborhoods of District 10.
Recurring Announcements
  • Please join us in A Year of Biblical Literacy. This year, we are reading through the Bible together as a congregation. We have a Scripture reading schedule (never to late to hop on!), videos, and other resources to help us along. 
  • Sign up for the online newsletter! You can go to christchurchsf.org/#newsletter!
  • Youth Group Discussions every Sunday after service, 12:00 - 12:30pm Older youth welcome and encouraged to join us in the "Chill out" section of the Cafeteria!
Have any questions, comments, thoughts to share? Please email us!
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