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Discussion Questions: Revelation 1:9-20

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Discussion Questions Take some time this week to talk through the following questions. You can use these questions with your family, some friends, or with your Community Group. If you missed the service this week, you can watch it here. Share about a time when life didn't go as you expected, or when you had to take a step of obedience not knowing what the consequen...

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Seven Churches Study Guide

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We are excited to kick off our new series,The Seven Churches of Revelation this Sunday! We hope that this series will help you understand the bible in a deeper way and call us all to live lives worthy of the gospel of Jesus Christ. We are also excited to release this Study Guide to help you study Revelation each week in preparation for the message on Sunday. You can use i...

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Biblical Counseling Course - Apply Now!

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About this Course We are excited to announce the Citadel Square Lay Biblical Counseling and Discipleship Equipping/Training Course. This course is designed as an entry-level biblical counseling training and equipping ministry. Through the course, participants can expect to learn basic methodology and fundamentals of biblical counseling, as well as biblical strategies fo...

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Reopening Update - Services Resume August 30!

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We're excited to announce that we will regather for in-person worship services starting Sunday, August 30! There will be one service at 10 am. There will be no childcare or classes and everyone will be required to wear a face covering. We will also have everyone register online - this will let us know how many people expect. For those of you that don't feel comfortable g...

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Update from Craig Tuck

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Please take a few minutes to view this important video update from Elders Steve Heron and Craig Tuck about a vision initiative for our church. As Elder Tuck holds a strategic position in working with 78 churches in the tri-county region as the Executive Director of the Charleston Baptist Convention, he shares about the movement of the Holy Spirit in opening up an opportu...

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Undivided: Segregation and Systems

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Segregation and Systems - The Civil Rights Era to Now In the final Undividedhistory video, we see how segregation, voter suppression, and housing laws were overcome during the Civil Rights era, only to be replaced with continued systems of injustice. As we have learned these last three weeks, God calls us to action against injustice - to "Do justice, love mercy, and walk...

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Undivided: Undermining Freedom

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Undermining Freedom - Understanding Reconstruction and Jim Crow As part oftheUndividedseries, here is a second video addressingSouth Carolina's past andwhat happened after the Civil War to undermine the freedom of African Americans. We hope you find it enlightening and challenging as we continue to examine how we ought to think about racism, justice, and reconciliation fo...

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Undivided: History vs. Nostalgia

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History vs. Nostalgia - South Carolina's Racist Past As part ofthe Undivided series, we want to highlight a video that addressesSouth Carolina's past and how South Carolina pastors defended slavery. We hope you find it enlightening and challenging as we continue to examine how we ought to think about racism, justice, and reconciliation for our church and our city.Thanks t...

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Undivided

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Undivided - July 12, 19, 26 This Sunday, we will begin a city-wide sermon series called Undivided.Along with over20 other churches, we'll studyMicah 6:8: He has shown you, O mortal, what is good. And what does theLordrequire of you? To act justlyand to love mercyand to walk humbly with your God. When the very public murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and Geo...

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Reopening Plan Update

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Reopening Plan Update Due to the significant spike in COVID-19 cases and a drastic increase in hospitalizations, particularly in Charleston, we have determined that we should pause our plan to reopen on July 12. The medical professionals on our reopening team unanimously suggested we wait, and we believe this is the wisest course of action to love our neighbors and do our...

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Some Resources on Racism and Justice

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The conversation of racism and justice is one we want to enter into as a church body. In light of Pastor Steve's sermon this past Sunday on Galatians 3:23-29, we've compiled a set of resources to help us all learn more about the topics of racism and justice. While there are many more resources we could share, these things to watch, things to read, and things to do are a gr...

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An Important Week For Racial Reconciliation

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Today begins a significant week for racial reconciliation both in our city and our nation. As recent events have brought a higher awareness to issues of racial injustice, and today marks the fifth anniversary of the tragic shooting at Mother Emanuel AME Church, we want to invite you to several opportunities to remember and pray this week. Emanuel 9 Anniversary - Wednesday...

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Reopening Plan

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After much prayer and careful consideration, we want to take this opportunity to communicate our next steps. We are excited about being together again and we trust in the Lord's wisdom as he has directed us to move forward in incremental phases.First, let's state the obvious: this is an unprecedented time with a wide variety of complexities and considerations.We have yet t...

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COVID-19 Update

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Citadel Square Church Family, We miss you! Although we are incredibly thankful for technology and virtual connection, we look forward to the time we will be able to gather again in person. As we've seen a clear shift toward re-opening in various aspects of life and community, we have been seeking wisdom as we steward the people and space that God has entrusted to us. Her...

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Resurrection Sunday | Christ is Risen! He is Risen Indeed!

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Readings The Resurrection - Matthew 28:120, John 20:131 Video Reflection Jesus is alive! As you worship God today, reflect on these Christ's resurrection by reading these lyrics from Christ is Risen, He Is Risen Indeed by Keith and Kristyn Getty. How can it be, the One who died,Has born our sin through sacrificeTo conquer every sting of death?Sing, sing hallelujah.F...

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Good Friday | Jesus Paid It All

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Readings Jesus is Betrayed by Judas and Arrested - Matthew 26:4756; Mark 14:4352; Luke 22:4753; John 18:212Jesus has an Informal Hearing before Annas - Matthew 26:57, 5968; Mark 14:53, 5565; Luke 22:6371Peter Denies Jesus - Matthew 26:58, 6975; Mark 14:54, 6672; Luke 22:5462; John 18:1518, 2527Pilate Questions Jesus and Sends Him to Herod Antipas - Matthew 27:1114; Mark 1...

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A Day To Fast And Pray

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A Day To Fast And Pray - Saturday, April 4 In light of what is happening because of COVID-19, we want to invite you to join in an event put on by The Gospel Coalition (TGC) this Saturday, April 4. There will be three primary prayer times, with guided prayers for each segment. The team at TGC created a prayer companion booklet (view onlineordownload PDF)to help guide you ...

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How Do We Worship Online At Home?

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Some Thoughts on How to Worship At Home As we look toward another Sunday of meeting in our homes, we wanted to share a few thoughts on how we can best do this together: Pick a time. The worship guide and pre-recorded sermon video will always be posted online by 8 am on Sunday morning. So pick a time and make that your consistent "service time" each week for as long as ...

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