First Sunday of Month -
9:30 - Prayer Service (for adults)
9:30 - Church School Classes
10:30 - Communion Service
Sunday (other than first Sunday) -
9:00 - light breakfast
9:30 - Church School Classes (all ages)
10:30 - Worship Service
Wednesday (2nd & 4th)-
7:00 - Prayer or Fellowship Service
(no Wed. services in Jan.-Mar.)
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We believe in one living God who meets us in the testimony of Israel, is revealed in Jesus Christ, and moves through all creation as the Holy Spirit. We affirm the Trinity—God who is a community of three persons. All things that exist owe their being to God: mystery beyond understanding and love beyond imagination. This God alone is worthy of our worship.
We believe in Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God, the Word made flesh, the Savior of the world, fully human and fully divine. Through Jesus’ life and ministry, death and resurrection, God reconciles the world and breaks down the walls that divide. Christ is our peace.
The Holy Spirit
We believe in the Holy Spirit, Giver of Life, holy Wisdom, true God. The Spirit moves through and sustains creation; endows the church for mission; frees the world from sin, injustice, and death; and transforms disciples. Wherever we find love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, or self-control, there the Holy Spirit is working.
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We affirm the Living God is ever self-revealing. God is revealed to the world in the testimony of Israel, and above all in Jesus Christ. By the Holy Spirit we continue to hear God speaking today. The church is called to listen together for what the Spirit is saying and then faithfully respond.
Scripture is writing inspired by God’s Spirit and accepted by the church as the normative expression of its identity, message, and mission. We affirm the Bible as the foundational scripture for the church. In addition, Community of Christ uses the Book of Mormon and the Doctrine and Covenants—not to replace the witness of the Bible or improve on it, but because they confirm its message that Jesus Christ is the Living Word of God. When responsibly interpreted and faithfully applied, scripture provides divine guidance and inspired insight for our discipleship.
Sacraments are special ministries given to the church to convey the grace of Jesus Christ to his followers and all those he yearns to touch with his compassion. Sacraments are baptism, confirmation, the Lord’s Supper, marriage, blessing of children, laying on of hands for the sick, ordination to the priesthood, and the evangelist’s blessing. In these ministries, God sanctifies common elements of creation to bless human life and to renew and form the church to seek the peaceful kingdom of God.
The Sedalia Branch of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Community of Christ as of 2000) was officially organized on February 11, 1917. Construction of a church at 900 East 9th Street was begun in 1923 with the dedication taking place on Easter Sunday of 1924.
In the fall of 1987, construction began on the current church building at 2000 S. Ingram. Many members of the congregation donated their labor, time, and financial support to the building project. The congregation moved into the completed basement in November 1988 and continued to work on the upper floor until the building was completed in January 1994.
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