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“The God Who Loves Us,” Psalm 139:17-18

In today’s sermon, “The God Who Loves Us,” Pastor Abie Kulynych continues in Psalm 139 to remind us of the fact that God is trustworthy because He loves us and demonstrated it already by the death of His Son Jesus Christ.  

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CORF Update #117 | September 09, 2022

Good Afternoon CORF, You have been served! This is great news for you and all of us because our Lord Jesus Christ gave His life for us. Even better, He gave Himself to us and continues to do so today. We look forward to being together this weekend and beyond. For more details, please watch...

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CORF Update #116 | September 02, 2022

Good Afternoon CORF, Happy Memorial Day weekend to all. This means it is back to school time and the beginning of a new season.  With September here with us, it also means we have new programs. There is a lot happening so for the rest of the announcements, please watch this week’s video from pastor...

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CORF Update #115 | August 26, 2022

Good Afternoon CORF, God is the One who sits with us in those dark and difficult situations. He leads us there for His glory and the good of His people. This is what Pastor Abie plans to share with us during our worship service this weekend. We can’t wait to see you as we come...

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“The God Who Shows Us Kindness,” 2 Samuel 9:1-13

In today’s sermon, Melissa Kulynych, CORF Worship Pastor, continues with our focus on the character of God to help us see the beauty of  “The God Who Shows Us Kindness,”  in the hope that we can change the way we think about God. 

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CORF Update #114 | August 18, 2022

Good Afternoon CORF, Coming to you early this week with our announcements and encouragement from pastor Abie Kulynych. We pray that you are enjoying this beautiful weather as we’re slowly ending the summer season.  CORF Workday is this Saturday morning and we look forward to seeing many of you there for work, help or prayer....

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“The God Who Searched Us,” Psalm 139:1-6

In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych dives in the Scriptures to help us, not to find ourselves in them, not to better our lives, not to understand His plan, not find our purpose, but to see with our whole self who God actually says that He is, “The God Who Searched Us.”