• June 23 - Fellowship Meal after service
  • June 28 - Youth Group Lock-In
  • July 7 - Prayer Night
  • August 4 - Prayer Night
  • August 9 - Concert with other CGN churches
  • September 1 - Prayer Night
  • September 8 - Growth Groups begin again this week
  • October 4-5 - Men's Retreat

Order of Service

June 16, 2024

Call to Worship: 1 John 4:7-12

Magnificent Marvelous

May The Mind Of Christ

Reading: Nicene Creed

Strong God


We Will Feast In The House Of Zion

Offering: Hebrews 13:15-16

Sermon:  1 Samuel 29 "He Will Make Straight Your Paths" [Lucas O'Neill]

He Will Hold Me Fast

Prayer for Blessing


Baby Bank:  1st Saturdays, 9-11 am and 3rd Thursdays, 10am-12pm.

You can give online by scrolling up to the "give" tab on this site, or clicking

here. You can check on our Church Sign Fund Progress on our give page.

You can submit prayer requests by emailing, or filling out the form on the prayer ministry page

Pre-Service Prayer is every Sunday @ 9:30am

Growth Groups:
Tuesdays @ 7pm - Men/Women Groups

Thursdays @ 10:30am - Mixed Group
Saturdays @ 8:00am - Men/Women Groups

Monthly Prayer Night is usually the first Sunday of the month @ 6pm

Worship Spotlight


  • We sing to learn God's Word: Colossians 3:16
  • We sing to build up others: Colossians 3:16
  • We sing in obedience to God's Word: Psalm 96:1
  • We sing to proclaim the Gospel: Psalm 92:2-6
  • We sing to give glory to God: Psalm 96:7-13


Why do we preach during our service?

  • It is commanded by God: 1 Timothy 4:13
  • To explain what Scripture is saying: Nehemiah 8:8
  • God's preached Word has authority: Matthew 7:29
  • People need to hear the Gospel: Romans 10:14
  • To help apply the Word to our lives: James 1:22
  • God's Word is true and leads to sanctification: John 17:17
  • To build each up in spiritual maturity: Colossians 1:28


  • We observe communion because the Lord commanded us to
  • We remember Christ and His substitutionary death for our sins
  • We proclaim Christ's death and anticipate His return
  • We can take in an unworthy manner, so we must examine ourselves

Confession and Assurance

  • We confess our sins before a holy God and acknowledge our need for forgiveness and redemption
  • We are assured of forgiveness of sins and redemption in Christ Jesus
  • We remember the Gospel, where Christ bore our sins on the cross and took the wrath of God we deserve


We give our offering in order to demonstrate our worship of God and our love of His mission.

  • Give cheerfully (2 Corinthians 9:6)
  • If this is your first Sunday or you are not a Christian, please do not feel obligated to give
  • Offering envelopes are located in the seat pocket in front of you
  • You can give at the back of the sanctuary, online, or by mail to PO Box 123, Itasca