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The saints here are ordinary people, just like you. We have diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, careers and ages, but we are united in faith and love. We are one family in Christ, working together to get to heaven. Come worship and study with us, and hear the wonderful story of Jesus!

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COVID-19 Update


Based on the spread of the coronavirus and the recommendations of the health industry and government, the elders have decided to suspend our assemblies until June 10. We will continue to live-stream our Sunday AM lesson on YouTube, along with recorded lessons in our study of Psalms.

We continue to pray for our nation during this challenging time and hope this virus will end earlier than expected so we can resume our worship assemblies and Bible classes. We encourage everyone to focus on their spiritual well-being during this difficult time through Bible reading and study, praying, singing in family and individual devotions, and remaining faithful to our God and Creator. It is our deep desire to obey God and honor His will in all things.

Please continue to pray for the elders as they lead the Centreville congregation during the difficult days and weeks ahead.

 

Theme for 2020: “Christ in You, the Hope of glory”


As Paul writes to the Colossians, he seeks to reaffirm the all sufficiency of Christ against the backdrop of empty human speculations.  Christians today need to have the same singular, exclusive relationship with Christ, but it comes from a true and complete commitment to Him.  As our faith grows, and Christ grows within us, we also see our hope of glory grow and create strength and confidence in our future glory.

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We need no doctrine but the pure gospel of Christ; we need no other savior than Christ; we must not add to or take away from the totality of who Christ is.  Sermons throughout the year will highlight this theme:  Christ in you, the Hope of Glory.

 

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Friday, April 10, 2020


“You see, at just the right time, when we were still powerless, Christ died for the ungodly. Very rarely will anyone die for a righteous person, though for a good person someone might possibly dare to die. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this: While we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”(Daily Reading, ESV)