In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych continues in chapter 2 of Colossians to encourage us to unite and come to the understanding that “God’s Character Is Made Known in Our Struggles.”
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych talks about struggling in a way we’re not accustomed to. From Paul’s struggles for the church, he leads us to get a much better understanding of “God’s Struggles for Us.”
It is always our temptation to clean the outside of a cup and let the inside stay filthy. In today’s sermon, our Discipleship Pastor Joanne DiLeo invites us to share our hearts, to share Jesus, to share our lives in deeper ways. She challenges us and gives us permission to lay down any temptation to...
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych talks about the Sovereignty and preeminence of Jesus Christ, the image of the invisible God, over “All Things.”
Good Afternoon CORF, Please watch this video for all of this week’s announcements.
In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych continues to discuss Colossians 1 to help us see that the God of the promise is the God of salvation. As He is glorified, many are being saved.
God has a will and He invites us to do His will. So, “What Is God’s Will?” In today’s sermon, Pastor Abie Kulynych digs through Colossians 1 to help us understand that the Bible declares about the will of God.
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...
In today’s sermon, “The God Who Is With Us,” Pastor Abie Kulynych picks up where he left off in Psalm 139 and expounds on the reality that God is always with us.
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...