CONCORD ANNOUNCEMENTS

Youth Leading Worship Service

Be sure to be with us this Sunday (04/15/18) in our 11:00 a.m. service for a special treat. Our youth will be leading us in worship before our pastor brings the message on "Victorious Living."

Victorious Living   (1 John 5:1-5)

When Christ rose from the grave, He conquerored Satan, death, and the grave. Because of HIs victory we too can have victory. 

 

Join us this Sunday (04/15/18) at Concord General Baptist Church as we share practical steps on living the victorious life. Service times are 8:15 & 11:00 a.m. each Sunday with Sunday School in between from 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.

 

We are located 3 miles from Manitou on Hwy. 630 between Manitou and Dixon.

 

We have a nursery (under 2 yrs), children church (ages 2-5) and Junior church (grades 1-6), available in our 11:00 a.m. service for children 6th grade and down. We also have coloring books and crayons available for the little ones who want stay with their parents in the worship service.

The Three Truths of Easter  (Luke 23:32-46)

Learning new facts or truths about our cars can save us money, about our health can save us years, but learning new truths from one of the oldest books in the world, the Bible, can save us a lot more.

 

Easter may have come and gone, but three important truths about Easter should always be with us.

 

Join us this Sunday (04/08/18) at Concord General Baptist Church for either our 8:15 or 11:00 a.m. service as look at "The Three Truths of Easter." Our text will be Luke 23:32-46.

 

We are located 3 miles from Manitou on Hwy. 630 between Manitou and Dixon.

 

We have a nursery (under 2 yrs), children church (ages 2-5) and Junior church (grades 1-6), available in our 11:00 a.m. service for children 6th grade and down. We also have coloring books and crayons available for the little ones who want stay with their parents in the worship service.

The Three Questions of Easter   (Matthew 27:1-2, 11-26)

Whenever we are confronted with the truth about Jesus, whether we realize it or not, we, just like Pilate, must make a decision about what shall we do with Jesus.

 

Our decision as to what shall we do with Jesus must always be preceded by two other questions, What do we think about Jesus and what do we believe about Jesus.  I call these questions, the three questions of Easter. This Easter Sunday we will look at these questions.

 

Join us this Sunday (04/01/18) at Concord General Baptist Church for Brunch from 9:00 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. in our basement and for our Easter service which will begin at 10:30 a.m. The service will include a drama at the beginning of the service.

 

We are located 3 miles from Manitou on Hwy. 630 between Manitou and Dixon.

 

We have a nursery, children (Ages 2-K) and Junior church (Grades 1-6), available in our Easter service. We also have coloring books and crayons available for the little ones who want stay with their parents in the worship service.

The Cross of Christianity  (1 Corinthians 1:18-19)

Erwin Lutzer once wrote, the cross is the hinge upon which the door of history swings. It is the hub that holds the spokes of God’s purposes in a grand unity.

 

When I think about the cross of Christianity, three truths stand out to me: The power of the cross is unimaginable. The essentialness of the cross is undeniable. The attraction of the cross is unexplainable.

 

In 1 Corinthians 1:18-19, the apostle Paul speaks of the power of the cross. 

 

Join us this Sunday (03/25/18) at Concord General Baptist Church for either our 8:15 or 11:00 a.m. service as we continue our Easter series titled, "The Journey Home." This Sunday we will look at "The Cross of Christianity."

 

We are located 3 miles from Manitou on Hwy. 630 between Manitou and Dixon.

We have a nursery, children and Junior church, available in our 11:00 a.m. service for children 6th grade and down. We also have coloring books and crayons available for the little ones who want stay with their parents in the worship service.

The Centrality of the Cross  (Hebrews 12:1-2)

In 1923, Bobby, the wonder dog, traveled over 2,500 miles to get back home. In order to get home, Bobby had to cross the Mississippi river. Although we have no idea how far Jesus traveled from heaven to earth, for Him to get back home to heaven, he had to die on the cross.
 
Join us this Sunday (03/18/18) at Concord General Baptist Church for either our 8:15 or 11:00 a.m. service as we begin an Easter series titled, "The Journey Home." This Sunday we will look at "The Centrality of the Cross" and our text will be Hebrews 12:1-2.
 
We are located 3 miles from Manitou on Hwy. 630 between Manitou and Dixon.
We have a nursery, children and Junior church, available in our 11:00 a.m. service for children 6th grade and down. We also have coloring books and crayons available for the little ones who want stay with their parents in the worship service.

Helping Us Help Others

Our church packs 250 shoeboxes filled with various items for children for Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child each year. Shipping alone costs us $1,750. HOW CAN YOU HELP?

 

We have joined the Kroger Community Rewards Program where they will donate a portion of all sales with Kroger Plus cards linked to our church. What's so great is that you can help without any cost to you. Just simply log on, link your card, and each time you swipe your card, you are helping us help others. The instructions are as follows:

 

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