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Join us each Friday at 6:30 pm for a Jazz Vespers Moment service of music and poetry. Download the bulletin for our Jazz Vespers Moment.

This Sunday join us for worship at 10:00 am. Download the bulletin for July 12 as you prepare for worship at home.

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Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis, all in-person events and activities at First Christian Church have been suspended until further notice.

Summer Forum Series via Zoom

The Church Gathered and Scattered: Claiming our Disciples Identity In This Day

Sundays at 11:00 am June 7 – August 19 via Zoom

What does it mean to be the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and “do” church when we all can’t gather in the same building? This will be the guiding question this summer as we reflect on the Disciples long held 2020 vision: “God is calling us to be ‘a faithful, growing church that demonstrates true community, deep Christian spirituality and a passion for justice.'”

 

June 28:

Mark Knowles and Danielle Murry Knowles, Mission Co-Workers in Lesotho with Global Ministries of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the United Church of Christ will help us connect more deeply with our Disciples overseas missions roots. They will share how our partnership with the Lesotho Evangelical Church is strengthening the witness of the Gospel beyond our doorsteps.

 

Later This Summer…

(July 19) Dr. Ron Allen with Christian Theological Seminary

(August 19) Rev. Dr. Dick Hamm, former General Minister and President of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)

Summer Sermon Series

  Christians sometimes think of the God of the Old Testament as a God of wrath, and the God of the New Testament as a God of mercy and grace. In fact, there is one God, whose unmerited grace runs through the entire Bible, from Genesis to Revelation. We can see such grace in the gift of Creation, in the giving of the Law, in God’s patience with God’s wayward people, in the wisdom of the prophets, in Jesus Christ and in Christ’s Church on earth. Grace lies at the very heart – the eternal heart – of the Holy. Join us for worship online as we explore this theme during June and July, drawing upon both Old Testament and New Testament passages. You can find our worship service online on Sundays at 10:00 am by going to our website www.fccbloomington.org and scrolling to the video.

June 28

from Jeremiah 20

“The Challenge of Grace”

July 5

Matthew 11:25-30

“The Countenance of Grace”

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Welcome
Embrace The Arts
Embrace The Arts

An Invitation to Community

 As God has welcomed us, we welcome you.

With all our differences–

in age, ability and physical condition,

in race, cultural background and economic status,

in sexual orientation, gender identity & family structure–

God has received each one

with loving kindness, patience, and joy.

All that we are together

and all that we hope to be

is made more perfect

as the richness of varied lives

meets the mystery of God’s unifying Spirit

and we become the Body of Christ.

Grow Your Faith
A Caring Community

An Invitation to Community

 As God has welcomed us, we welcome you.

With all our differences–

in age, ability and physical condition,

in race, cultural background and economic status,

in sexual orientation, gender identity & family structure–

God has received each one

with loving kindness, patience, and joy.

All that we are together

and all that we hope to be

is made more perfect

as the richness of varied lives

meets the mystery of God’s unifying Spirit

and we become the Body of Christ.

image of sanctuary
Welcome
Embrace The Arts
Embrace The Arts
Grow Your Faith
A Caring Community