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復活節聯合主日崇拜程序Order of Easter Combined Sunday Worship



Call to Worship/ Invocation


Worship Leader


Worship Hymn


Bro. Jackson Leung



永遠的傷痕Scars Forever

John 2024-29


Pastor David Wu



齊來歡欣Let Us Rejoice

青草地上In Pastures Green


Honored, Glorified, Exalted


Combined Choir




Bro. KC Fang


Bro. Chia-yang Liu


Bro. Shenghe Zhan


Pastoral Team 


Welcome & Anno.


Pastor David Wu




Pastor David Wu


Dismissed in Order


Pastor David Wu

*會眾請站立Congregation Standing

金句: 3我当日所领受又传给你们的:第一,就是基督照圣经所说,为我们的罪死了,4而且埋葬了;又照圣经所说,第三天复活了

(林前15: 3,4)

Key Verse:  I Cor 15: 3,4

*請留步,參加團契便餐和趣味摸獎Following with Fellowship & Prize


Worship Leader: Bro. Jackson Leung


Pianist: Sis. Benita Leung

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Weekly Bulletin




1. 月主題:禱告的能力

2. 預告-2014中西部夏令會﹕今年的主題﹕你愛神比這些更深嗎?7/3-6(週四至主日),在Cedarville University舉行,優待報名截止日期﹕6/1日,請儘早報名,截止後只接受現場報名。備有英語節目,適合全家參加的營會。報名單和節目內容/時間表下週發出,謝謝!

  網址﹕    summer.midwestchinesechristians.org.

3. 泰北宣教士黃瑜楓、所文建堂事工的需要﹕工程進行中,不足款項五萬美元,限期兩個月內籌集,請在禱告中記念,並有實際行動支持。

4. 三元福音領袖訓練課程4/285/2日開始上課,請為上課的弟兄姊妹及被探訪的慕道朋友救恩代禱。

5. 北美華神課程現有十九位報名了﹕修畢八門輔導課,取得證書。第一堂課﹕聖經與家庭。5/15-18日週四至主日,共計20小時。教師﹕黃善華老師。請向蘇欣弘弟兄、吳學忠弟兄報名。每門課100元,支票抬頭請寫﹕CESNA。需25位才能開課。

6. 聯合禱告會4/30日週三晚上七時三十分,在本堂舉行,請弟兄姊妹參予禱告服事。

After entering the Sanctuary, please quietly be seated and turn off your cell

phone to prepare your heart for Worship


1. This month’s theme: The Power of Prayer.

2. 2014 MCCA Summer Retreat: this year’s theme: Do you love God more than these? 7/3- 7/6 (Thur. to Sun.) at Cedarville University. Early bird registration ends on 6/1. Please register ASAP. After the deadline, you must register there. There will be an English program also. The camp is suitable for the whole family to attend. Look for further details next week. Thanks. www.summer.midwestchinesechristians.org

3. Missionaries: Wendy and Anawin Construction Fund: they currently in process of building construction and need an additional 50k within 2 months. Please remember them in your prayers and then write a check to support them.

4. Evangelism Explosion Leadership Training: 4/28 – 5/2. Please pray for the bros and sis attending the class as well as those to be visited to receive grace for salvation.

5. CESNA: currently only 19 are enrolled, we need 25 in order to hold a class. There are 8 courses with certificate afterwards. The first topic is The Bible and Family. 5/18 from Thur. to Sun, a total of 20 hours. Taught by Dr. Abraham Hwang. Please register with either Bro. Paul Su or Bro. Simon Wu. Each class is $100. Write check out to CESNA.

6. Combined Prayer Meeting: Wed. 4/30, 7:30 pm at Compton. Please attend this prayer ministry.

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Weekly Article








 The Symbol of Cross

  “May I never boast except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ.” (Gal. 6:14a)

   The cross is one of the oldest symbols in history.  In many ancient cultures, we can find the cross carved in the stone.  In the Chinese language, the number Ten is a cross.  In Egypt, the Coptics used the cross as a sign of deity.  But the most notable usage of cross is the symbol used by Christians.

   In Deuteronomy 21:22, it is recorded that capital punishment was by hanging on a tree.  The Greek historian Herodotus wrote in 479 BC, that a Persian general was hung on the cross by nailing him on a plank.  Alexander the Great is reputed to have crucified over 2000 survivors from his siege of the city Tyre.  The Roman government truly expanded the usage of the cross.  Around the first century, it became a common practice to punish the enemies of state, pirates, and slaves by crucifixion.  The criminal’s hands were nailed to a wooden plank then were pulled up to a vertical plank and then the feet were nailed to the plank.  The criminals did not die right away.  They would suffer for three or four days, until they did not have enough strength to raise their body to breathe their last breath from the chest.  Criminal were hung naked in order to humiliate them and shock others as a warning. 

   In fact, the early Christians did not use the cross as a symbol of faith.  They would rather use the Greek word (ἰχθύς) for “fish”.  Because the five letters symbolize the sentence “Jesus Christ God’s son, Saviour.”  When they met each other, they opened their hands to show a symbol of fish.  Until the second century, many Christians were persecuted and crucified on the cross, did it gradually become a symbol of martyrdom.  Of course, it is an appropriate sign, because Christians’ old-self should be crucified with Christ, so that the new-self can be resurrected with Christ. (Gal. 2:20)

  Today, we see a cross on the roof of a church and say it is a symbol of purity.  We see cross on the door of an ambulance and say it is a symbol of rescue.  We see a cross in the cemetery and say it is a symbol of rest.  We see cross on a necklace and say it is a symbol of love.  However, around two thousand years ago, the symbol of the cross meant filth, death, fear and hatred.  What made the meaning of the cross change?  Something must have happened in history, associated with this terrible form of punishment.  Of course, it was Jesus Christ who died on the cross.  It is His purity, salvation, peace and love which can still be received by those who accept Him as Saviour and follow Him.

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