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By Communications Committee on 1/24/2019
There were two couples that I knew since I was young that came to visit me recently. We had not seen each other for 40 years. We talked about our past and how we were poor growing up. As children, we were always worry-free even though we did not have toys or allowances, but we had so much joy making our own toys with creativity. Although there were no delicacies, our stomachs were always full of delicious food. Life was wonderful.  There was never a dull moment. Talking about old times made us feel jubilant and sentimental.

After reminiscing about our childhoods, we first realized growing up with God was such blessing! His abundant grace, His protection and His guidance kept us from going astray when we didn’t have much. Like a plant in the nature, God as its life source.  Also, we grew up surrounded by a group of loving brothers and sisters who cared not only about us but our parents as well. They were always there to lend a hand. Their actions warmed our hearts. No wonder my mother always said, "Thank you, Jesus!”...
By Communications Committee on 12/21/2017

Led by Doc Fuder and inspired by Pray Chicago, the Chicago Neighborhood Bus Tour’s purpose was to educate participants about God’s work through the local church and the history of Chicago’s segregation.

芝加哥鄰近地區巴士之旅是由Doc Fuder領導,並且受到芝加哥祈禱運動所啟發的。旅程的目的是讓參與者認識芝加哥的種族隔離歷史和上帝如何通過當地的教會在這些地區中作工。

By Communications Committee on 10/29/2017

Logically, Yammies never existed until the Young Adult Movement was created. Members of a fellowship cannot exist before the creation of the fellowship. Yammies, though, are more than just fellowship members. Every one of them are fish out of water,” remarked a fellow Yammie.
By Communications Committee on 10/14/2017

This past summer, a few of our CCUC members, Connie Wong, Janice Lee, and Connie Lam, went on a short term mission trip to Hamtramck, Michigan. We asked them to share a bit of their experience. 

By Communications Committee on 9/16/2017

Early this August, Pui Tak Center arranged for five Chinese families to participate in a family camp designed for children with special needs. The camp took place in the Conference Point Center in Wisconsin...  

By Communications Committee on 9/11/2017

八月初由培德中心安排下的五個有特殊需要的華人家庭參加了一個特別為有殘障、智障孩 子的家庭營,營地設置在威康辛州的 Conference Point Center... 

By Communications Committee on 8/29/2017

今年的退修會很難得,是由粵語堂與城南堂聯合舉辦,籌委會當然是兩堂的弟兄姊妹組成,據聞有部份是素不相識的, 在年齡及教會年日都不相同,竟然在會議中,同工配搭上,融洽相處,同心竭力,會後都覺得很有意義,這的確是退修會的一個大成功!可喜可賀!


By Communications Committee on 5/7/2017
The Bible competition, or more commonly known as the "sword drill", was held on March 25 at CCUC-South.  Many of the South's members participated, and came very well-prepared, studying the book of Acts more than two months in advance.
By Communications Committee on 5/3/2017

This blog will periodically feature articles from its predecessor, the CCUC Messenger Newsletter. So please enjoy this special article from our very own Rev. Ming Lee entitled: A Church to Fulfill the Commission: Local Mission? Foreign Mission?



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