Cultivating Hearts of Compassion for The Least of These
The Spirit of the Lord is on me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim freedom for the prisoners and recover of sight for the blind, to release the oppressed, to proclaim the year of the Lord’s favor. – Luke 4:18-19
God has called us to pray and believe in faith for those caught in any form of bondage to be set free and experience the grace and mercy of the one who gave Himself as a ransom for the whole world that all people of all nations and races may be reconciled to Him.
We believe the local church should be a community of intercession and worship, a place where we stand before God on behalf of others. Jesus always intercedes for us and tells us to do the same. Therefore we encourage private, family and corporate prayer and worship.
As a charismatic church we acknowledge the presence and activity of the Holy Spirit working in and through believers today. This is seen not only in our worship, but also in our daily lives as He empowers us to do His will.
At each service, we come to the Lord’s table and know Him in the breaking of the bread. All Christians baptized in the name of the Trinity are welcome to participate.
We encourage one another to believe in God’s healing power through Spirit led, faith filled sacramental prayer.
In a world lacking foundations we teach the truth in God’s word as it has been passed down from the apostles. Through pulpit ministries, Sunday School, Children’s programs and a variety of other venues, we hear the truth, and are challenged to live it out, impacting the world through the Kingdom of Christ.
Through various ministries at CCEC we gather together for mutual encouragement, that we may bear on another’s burdens and grown in our love for one another in union with Christ.
At COTR we encourage all members of the body to seek God’s will for their gifts to be utilized in the Kingdom of God.
Our church is uniquely connected to the International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church (ICCEC) and in submission to it’s Bishops. The word Episcopal refers to government by Bishops.
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Contact us at P.O. Box 271 • Fairfield, Alabama 35064