Sundays at 10:15am
Mission: Our mission is to build a community that gathers around the person and teachings of Jesus, grows in the gospel of Jesus, and glorifies the name of Jesus as we make disciples, share life together, worship, and show mercy to the broken in eastern Loudoun County.
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We look forward to gathering with you online this morning! The good news is, we are one week closer to worshiping together in person!
Engaging during this unusual time can be difficult, but please be encouraged, while every follower of Jesus is being stretched in new ways, God is faithful. We are growing in dependence upon the One who loves us and is upholding all things. Continue to read His Word and seek Him in prayer.
Continue to be present and gather virtually. We have other ways you can gather and connect in community throughout the week!
Be encouraged that when you give to the church, you are supporting those in and outside our church! We have two more weeks supporting our Backpack Buddies but would love your help supporting these families through the summer!
Consider friends, neighbors and co-workers who are longing for community and invite them them join us online.
We pray that you would experience the grace and comfort that only the Lord can give and that you would extend that to those around you.
Go to kingscrossva.org/livestream for all resources to help you engage with the good news during this time. You can find this morning’s service on Youtube or Facebook.
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This sweet encouragement for parents of little ones was written by a friend at Christ Pres. We hope it encourages you for the long road. We have shared resources in our church email, but please reach out if you would like more help! Thank you for joining us for worship this morning, church hasn’t been cancelled, but we are counting down until we can gather in person.
christpres.org Practical steps, encouragement, and a challenge for parents to consider in this ongoing pandemic season, worshipping together as a family at home.
[05/24/20] Download kids' activities and more resources at kingscrossva.org/livestream
Join us this Wednesday!!
In this season, it is perfectly fine to let one another know that you are not “fine” and to reach out to the community God has placed you in.
We do not need to attempt to walk through this season alone. Ecclesiastes encourages us that two are better than one, and three are even better than two.
As the body of Christ, our calling is to bear each other’s burdens(Galatians 6:2). We pray that you will ask for and receive help from each other and so experience a deeper fellowship and hope as a member of the body of Christ!
As you share each other’s burdens, may you be reminded of the comfort you too have received as you have leaned in faith on Christ, the One who upholds all things (Hebrews 1:3).
Please continue to pray for our church officer candidates in training.
They meet this afternoon!
We look forward to worshiping with you tomorrow! Randy Newman on Psalm 18, God as our refuge.
[05/17/20] Download kids' activities and more at kingscrossva.org/livestream!
This invitation is a great comfort to our hearts. We are weary, but God is not surprised. Jesus knows our frailty and calls us to be yoked to Him, the source of our strength. As we are yoked to him, he guides us and lightens our burden.
Today, we pray you can see that you, dear Christian are not alone in your weariness. You are invited to lean on the One who cares for you. He will teach us and give us the rest we long for.
Our communicants class will meet virtually tomorrow at 9:15. Message us if you need the meeting information!
5 more weeks to love our backpack buddies! We would love your help contributing items to our “Pandemic Pantry” and help us show tangible love to our neighbors in need.
Contact @cp575 for more information.
[05/10/20] Kids' Activities and more at kingscrossva.org/livestream
We will have the privilege of worshipping together in person again. In the meantime, join us online.
We weep with those who weep and we pray that God would enable us to live together in harmony (Romans 12), but we know that for this, Jesus gave his life. This call from God is costly, but it is our mission, “Love one another, as I have loved you” (John 15:12).
As sisters and brothers in Christ, we are united in his grace and mercy, and we stand together, we grieve together, we fall on our knees as one.
“He has told you, O man, what is good; and what does the LORD require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?” Micah 6:8
We will do this imperfectly, but we endeavor to do this by the strength of the Spirit, for love of those God loves and invites us to love sacrificially and to the glory of the Lord. There is a long road ahead, but our Shepherd is leading us.
Another great playdate is scheduled for this morning!
Connect with @jules3brown @rebekahmitchell12 to get the log in information!
Fun day to connect our students (and their siblings) by dropping off “care cakes” or other sweets.
We are praying for you and look forward to gathering with you in person again! 🧁
In the middle of difficult circumstances, these verses may feel crushing as first, but actually they are an invitation to have a deeper relationship with God, who is so near that he is “at hand.”
We can trust that God cares about what we are feeling! We do not need to respond stoically or like pietists and try to walk emotionless through our lives! Scripture shows how God continually listens to His people and invites them to share their troubles with him, because he invites us into relationship!
As those made in his image, we are made to feel and respond to our world. When we experience anxiety it can be the proper response to what is broken and in need of redemption in the world around us. Like anger, anxiety isn’t a “bad” emotion on its own, it is how we respond to it.
To ignore our feelings misses an opportunity to lean into God. But we also want to remember that our emotions do not control us, God is in control. When troubled we are invited to turn to God and look to Him as the One we entrust our lives too.
We are not the first people to endure difficulty. We experience emotion with all humanity who has lived in this “in between” time. When we are distressed, we can cry out like our Savior Jesus who Himself was “troubled” and called out to God. We can let our faith inform our feelings and be a place where we get to know the love and compassion of our Savior and Lord.
Please continue to pray for our church and officer candidates.
Meeting this afternoon.
We want to remind you of the invitation to pray together this month.
About 2600 years ago, a prophet named Ezekiel was praying when God led him to a valley filled with the skeletal remains of soldiers from a battle fought long ago.
For some of us, this pandemic can feel like one gigantic valley of dry bones. We can look at what we are facing with fear and skepticism. Do we just see dry bones, or do we believe God can make life in the midst of this destruction?
Ezekiel answers the Lord boldly when asked if he believes these bones can live, “Lord, you know.” His faith-filled response rested on the character and power of God.
Following this claim of faith, God tells Ezekiel to preach to the dry bones, much like we are called to proclaim our faith right where we live. And as he does, things change and the bones link together with muscle and skin until finally God breaths His breath of life on them and they turn into a living army of God!
God calls us to believe in Him and His promises even when we can’t see them in our circumstances. He leads us gently to valleys with dry bones and invites us to see Him make life. He doesn’t abandon us here, but let’s us witness the unbelievable.
He is our comfort in the valley of dry bones and our source of hope. Remember his character and nature in this valley. We will talk about this pandemic for decades to come, but together we can also look to Christ now, and remember our hope.
We look forward to worshipping with you at 10:15am.
[05/03/20] Download kids activities and more at kingscrossva.org/livestream
Join us tomorrow morning for worship!
Join us Friday at noon for a brief time of connection and prayer.
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86187880538
Wednesday is a great time of the week to connect and bring our cares to God. Let’s approach His throne together!
Join us for prayer today at 12pm Eastern. Zoom link in bio.
The power for change that we are often seeking comes from the gospel. The gospel is the key that unlocks human hearts.
When the invisible things are made visible in this world, God gets all of the glory. We love to see the work of the passionate builder on display.
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Join us for worship at 10:15 this morning!
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The love of God: He doesn’t leave us alone. You need not want or fear because the Good Shepherd is with you. Goodness and mercy will follow us, each day. He is keeping us close, so we pray that His presence will be your comfort today.
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