Community Church

Some articles on community church, church, community:

Link NZ - Churches
... Bush Community Church, Pahiatua Bridges, Cambridge Christian Community Church, Palmerston North CityLife Church, New Plymouth Dannevirke Christian Fellowship, Dannevirke Edge ...
List Of Churches In Cheshire - Other Active Churches - Assemblies of God
... Assemblies of God churches include Alsager Community Church Christian Life Church, Bollington Queen Street Christian Centre, Chester Oasis Christian Centre ...
Briceville, Tennessee - History
... After this line's completion, the Slatestone Hollow community was renamed "Briceville." Briceville and the Coal Creek Valley grew rapidly in the 1890s as the demand for coal soared ... over 4,000 residents, and by 1910 Briceville was the largest community in Anderson County ... Briceville's most prominent structure, the Briceville Community Church, was built by volunteers in 1887 on a hill near the center of the community ...
Community Church Movement - Origins of The Movement - International Council of Community Churches
... The CCW was the forerunner of the white community church group that merged with a similar African-American group in 1950 to form the International Council of Community ... Peoples' Church of Chicago, First Community Church of Columbus, Ohio, and St ... Paul Community Church of Shorewood, Illinois joined the Park Ridge church and other churches in this effort ...
Chodae Community Church
... Chodae Community Church, formerly called Cho Dae Presbyterian Church, is a Korean Presbytery Church located in Norwood, New Jersey ... The church, founded in 1986, has several different ministries catering to people of different cultures and languages ... The church also caters to different generations ranging from toddlers to adults ...

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    I believe with all my heart that the Church of Jesus Christ should be a Church of blurred edges.
    George Carey (b. 1935)

    The poorest children in a community now find the beneficent kindergarten open to them from the age of two-and-a-half to six years. Too young heretofore to be eligible to any public school, they have acquired in their babyhood the vicious tendencies of their own depraved neighborhoods; and to their environment at that tender age had been due the loss of decency and self-respect that no after example of education has been able to restore to them.
    Virginia Thrall Smith (1836–1903)