October 18, 2020
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Effective July 12, 2011:
Christ Church is an Open and Affirming -ONA- Congregation!
We're No. 1,001 UCC congregation in the nation to adopt ONA.
click here for the full statement adopted by Cabinet
United Church of Christ News.
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Christ Church -- Changing lives inside and out, through Christ
Come worship with us! 9:30 a.m. Sunday -- Morning Worship  
Christ Church
 is a Federated congregation, 
United Methodist Church and
United Church of Christ

Christ Church
6 Dane Street
P.O.Box 87
Kennebunk ME 04043
207 985-4494
Christ Church is one of the organizations participating in Circle Conversations to raise awareness of Race as an issue.  Whether or not you attended the first couple of sessions you are invited.

The next meeting of the Christ Church Circle will be after Coffee Hour on
 date to be determined.  
We will continue our conversation on Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates and holding 
a town-wide activity.

Rev. Jim Anderson and Helen Newton will serve as keepers of the circle and move deeper into the issue.

Click Here for more information on Community Circle Conversations on Racial Justice
Due to CDC recommendations, Christ Church has decided to suspend worship service and all groups meeting at the church until further notice.

Edward Bove is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: My Meeting
Time: Oct 25, 2020 9:30 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 859 1211 3222

Please join us for a Zoom worship (link below), this Sunday, October 25 at 9:30 am. Rev. Ed will give the sermon from the West Kennebunk UMC sanctuary that will be shared via Zoom.

Please join us for our Zoom worship this Sunday, October 25, 2020 at 9:30 AM, as Rev. Ed preaches from the West Kennebunk UMC sanctuary. Link and order of worship below.

The order of worship:
Zoom Worship Service 
Beacon of Hope Cooperative Parish
October 25, 2020 
Gathering in Praise
Welcome and Announcements
Opening Prayer:
Gracious God,
On this Reformation Sunday may we remember how you have worked through your people like Martin Luther, to bring about change in the church and society. Through your grace and guidance, we move forward in faith to live out our calling. May we learn better how to listen for your Word on our lives. May we bring all that we are to you each day, and trust in your presence in our lives. In the precious name of Jesus we offer this prayer. Amen.
Celebration Song  
The Scriptures are Opened
Leviticus 19: 1-2 and 15-18 (Love Your Neighbor)
Matthew 22: 34-46 (The Greatest Commandments)
Message: “Loving God and Neighbor” Rev. Ed 
Celebration Song  
Prayers of the People
Pastoral Prayer
Lord’s Prayer
Offering Our Gifts and Witness 
(Thank you for your generous support)
Serving Christ at Home and in the World
Closing Prayer: (all those gathered)
Loving God,
We give you thanks for this sacred time together. Through the power of the Holy Spirit may we live out the command to love you with all that we have, and to love our neighbor as ourselves. Help us grow in grace, in kindness, in compassion, and in love. We go forth in Jesus name. Amen.
Benediction Rev. Ed 
Sending Music 
Thank you for worshipping with us today.
Know that you are loved, and of sacred worth.
Click here to join Zoom service
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