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FELIX I. GARCIA
Minister
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INDEPENDENT CHURCH OF CHRIST
IGLESIA DE CRISTO INDEPENDIENTE

   

Visiting An Assembly of the Church of Christ

When you visit an assembly of the church of Christ...

SINGING. One of the unique things about churches of Christ is our a cap-pella singing. That simply means we sing without the accompaniment of musical instruments in our worship assemblies. We think you'll find the music both beautiful and meaningful. We hope you will join us as we glorify God with our voices, the instruments He created (Hebrews 2:12).

COMMUNION. Each Sunday morning we remember Jesus' death, burial, and resurrection, and celebrate our resulting freedom from sin by partici-pating in the communion (the Lord's Supper). During this memorial, plates containing unleavened bread, symbolizing the body of Jesus sacri-ficed on the cross, are passed around. Each person participating will break off a piece of the bread and eat it, meditating on Jesus' death on his/her behalf. Trays, filled with cups of grape juice, symbolizing the blood of Jesus, are distributed. Participants drink the juice, continuing to think about the forgiveness God offers (Acts 20:7).

SERMON. A lesson is given from Scripture, with the intention of focusing the minds of the congregation on our worship of God and the life we are to live for Him (Acts 20:7).

PRAYER. Prayer is an important part of worship, not a memorized prayer or a recitation of "the Lord's Prayer", but simple prayers from the heart, led by one or more of the men of the church (Acts 20:36).

CONTRIBUTION. Christians are commanded to give of their income on the first day of each week (1 Corinthians 16:2). Plates are passed to collect the members' weekly gifts, to be used to support the work of the church. "Saying, I will declare thy name unto my brethren, in the midst of the church will I sing praise unto thee." "And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight." "And when he had thus spoken, he kneeled down, and prayed with them all." "Upon the first day of the week let every one of you lay by him in store, as God hath prospered him, that there be no gatherings when I come."

Cuando usted visita una asamblea de la iglesia de Cristo ...

CANTANDO.
Una de las cosas únicas acerca de las iglesias de Cristo es nuestro canto de cap-pella. Eso significa simplemente que cantamos sin el acompañamiento de instrumentos musicales en nuestras asambleas de adoración. Creemos que encontrarás la música hermosa y significativa. Esperamos que se unan a nosotros mientras glorificamos a Dios con nuestras voces, los instrumentos que Él creó (Hebreos 2:12).

COMUNIÓN. Todos los domingos por la mañana recordamos la muerte, el entierro y la resurrección de Jesús, y celebramos nuestra libertad resultante del pecado participando en la comunión (la Cena del Señor). Durante este memorial, las placas que contienen pan sin levadura, que simboliza el cuerpo de Jesús sacrificado en la cruz, se pasan alrededor. Cada persona participante romperá un pedazo del pan y lo comerá, meditando sobre la muerte de Jesús en Su nombre. Se distribuyen bandejas, llenas de tazas de jugo de uva, que simbolizan la sangre de Jesús. Los participantes beben el jugo, continuando a pensar en el perdón que Dios ofrece (Hechos 20: 7).

SERMÓN. Se da una lección de la Escritura, con la intención de enfocar las mentes de la congregación en nuestra adoración a Dios y la vida que debemos vivir para Él (Hechos 20: 7).

ORACIÓN. La oración es una parte importante de la adoración, no una oración memorizada o una recitación de "la Oración del Señor", sino sencillas oraciones del corazón, dirigidas por uno o más de los hombres de la iglesia (Hechos 20:36).

CONTRIBUCIÓN. Los cristianos son ordenados a dar de sus ingresos en el primer día de cada semana (1 Corintios 16: 2). Las placas se pasan para recoger los regalos semanales de los miembros, para ser usados ​​para apoyar la obra de la iglesia. "Diciendo, declararé tu nombre a mis hermanos, en medio de la iglesia cantará alabanza a thee." "Y el primer día de la semana, cuando los discípulos se reunieron para partir el pan, Pablo les predicó, dispuesto a partir el día siguiente, y continuó su discurso hasta la medianoche." "Y habiendo dicho esto, se arrodilló y oró con todos ellos". "En el primer día de la semana, cada uno de vosotros repose junto a él en la tienda, como Dios lo ha prosperado, para que no haya reuniones cuando yo venga".

"Saying, I will declare thy name unto my brethren, in the midst of the church will I sing praise unto thee."
"And upon the first day of the week, when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight."
"And when he had thus spoken, he kneeled down, and prayed with them all."
"Upon the first day of the week let every one of you lay by him in store, as God hath prospered him, that there be no gatherings when I come."
  


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