Living Our Most Authentic Lives

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Dear Church Family,

I hope you had a wonderful Easter. Every year I’m astounded by the emotions I feel during Holy Week. This year, the most powerful moment for me personally occurred on Easter Sunday during the Revelation, Chancel Choir and Orchestra’s rendition of the “Hallelujah Chorus.” It was such a powerful witness to the fact that because of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, death has indeed been swallowed up in victory!

Hopefully, you were able to stop by the Fellowship Hall on Sunday to have your family photo taken. As our Easter gift to you, the high resolution images are now available to be downloaded at crumc.org/easterphotos. Please feel free print and share them as you wish.

Have you seen all the construction on the north end of our campus? The new Columbarium is really beginning to take shape. It is exciting to see the realization of the renderings we shared with you last fall. If you or a loved one are interested in learning more about purchasing a niche as your final resting place, you can find out more here.

I’m excited to see what God is going to do through our new sermon series, “Fakebook: Being Authentic in a Fake World.” Despite the name, this series has very little to do with social media and everything to do with how we relate to God and others. It’s about the temptation we all face to “share” only the best moments of our lives. God wants more for us and from us. God wants us to know who we are in Christ and to live into the ways in which Jesus is at work even in the most broken parts of our lives.

I hope you’ll join me and invite a friend as we learn about living our most authentic lives.

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