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THEME FOR LITURGICAL YEAR 2023
CULTIVATE FAITHFULNESS

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WHAT IS CEC?

We are men and women of faith gathered from diverse backgrounds seeking an expression of the church that is fully sacramental-liturgical, evangelical and charismatic. We celebrate the living historic forms of the liturgies of the church, and the seven Sacraments. We are also committed to the preaching of the Gospel to fulfill the great commission, believing that through the baptism of the Holy Spirit all believers are empowered to participate in the fullness of ministry. The CEC is governed by bishops in apostolic succession who submit to the leading of the Holy Spirit, and decisions are made in council upon coming to a consensus. The church is administered by the orders of bishops, priests, deacons, and laity.

We have the duty and obligation to proclaim to all the earth the sanctity of human life, the dignity of human life, and respect for human life. We believe that human life begins at conception and ends with natural death. Therefore, we affirm that no government has the right to alter the law of God.

The name of the church is “International Communion of the Charismatic Episcopal Church” or “ICCEC” (commonly called “The Charismatic Episcopal Church”, or “CEC”). On this day, we celebrate the day we were founded by the love of Christ to go and preach the Gospel to the world. Today, CEC churches around the world have a common vision of making visible the void.

EVERY DAY KINGDOM WAY

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REGULAR SCHEDULE
 
SUNDAY MASS
7:30 AM & 10 AM*
COTK Sanctuary
*Live Stream on COTK FB Page
 
DAILY MASS
6 AM - ONSITE & LIVE STREAM
ON COTK FB PAGE)


MIDWEEK SERVICE
6 PM
(Reflection is done via FB Live)

WORSHIP NIGHT
7:00 PM - 3RD FRIDAY

YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
1:30 PM - 2ND SATURDAY

MISSION STATEMENT

TO KNOW GOD
AND TO MAKE
HIM KNOWN

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SCRIPTURE READINGS

First Proclamation
Micah 6: 1 – 8

Psalm Proclamation
Psalm 15

Second Proclamation
1 Corinthians 1: 2 – 5

Gospel Proclamation:
Matthew 5: 1 – 12

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Almighty and everlasting God, You govern all things both in heaven and on earth: Mercifully hear the supplications of Your people, and in our time grant us Your peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord, Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.

MORNING

SCRIPTURE READINGS

EVENING

SCRIPTURE READINGS

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INFORMATION

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