Two theological distinctives mark the way we celebrate Communion here at the Christian Church in Lindsay. First is the frequency of the Supper. We observe the Lord’s Supper every Lord’s Day. The earliest Christians broke on the first day of the week ( Acts 20:7 ), and we seek to do as well. Second is the universality of the Supper. All believers are welcome at the table, regardless of denominational affiliation or theological persuasion. It is the Lord’s table, not ours. He invites, we respond. An open and inclusive table fellowship practice was a regular feature of the earthly ministry of our Lord and a visible expression of the unity of the church.
In the serving of the Lord’s Supper, please partake of the elements as they are passed and say “God Bless You” to the person sitting next to you.
Pastor Paul Leavens
Finding Our Niche
You have heard me say it before, but I will say it again: Lindsay Christian Church cannot do everything, but what it can do, it can and must do well. What is it that our church is uniquely suited to do? That question is important not only to our sense of identity but to our sense of mission and purpose. Discovering and developing our purpose is the key to our church's future.
Nehemiah: The Fix Nehemiah 1:1-11 ·
Today we're going to be looking at the prophet nehemiah. You know he was the shortest Prophet in the Bible don't you?
Sure, his name says it all Knee-High-miah.
I really like Nehemiah:
One night many years ago, a Christian woman couldn't sleep. It was well past her usual bedtime, but she found herself overwhelmed with fear. Her husband, Colonel Gracie, was crossing the Atlantic that night on his way home from England. When she couldn't push the frightening thoughts away, she got out of bed and began to pray.
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