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It’s Easter! Candy, baskets, gifts, bunnies, parties, and egg hunts! All of that is super fun, but don’t let it distract you from what the celebration is all about: Jesus is alive and He is our Savior FOREVER!

We’d love to have you join us for our Easter celebration on Sunday, March 27th.

Services are at 9 and 11am,

but arrive a bit early if you need to register children, or to get that really great seat!

We meet in the Parish Center building (3908 Plainville Road). It is located directly behind Mariemont Elementary School.

Parents with children – Park in back and enter through the door with the awning to register your children.
Parking is also available next to the south side of the building, behind the elementary school and on the street.

Enter from the back parking lot (by the awning) and use the elevator. Handicap parking is available in back.

Loving nursery care (beginning at 6 months)
Fun classes for toddlers & elementary kids.
Youth Group will not be meet on Easter Sunday.

We’re looking forward to meeting you!

Grow December 02, 2015

MCC_XmasCon_NoTextCatch The Christmas Spirit
Next Saturday @ Chapel
Invite Your Friends!!!

Jesus + Anna + Raz + Band = Awesome

Warm up the whole family with songs you know and love at the Mariemont Annual Tree Lighting On Saturday, December 5th.
The first concert in the Chapel will start just after Santa’s arrival in the Old Town Square around 6:15pm. The second concert will be immediately following, about 7pm.

Everyone is Welcome!!

We will distribute 50+ turkey dinners to bless families in our community. Churches that are part of the Church of Cincinnati will also be doing outreaches in their neighborhoods. Meet us at the Parish Center at 4pm Saturday, November 21, to pick up dinners and a list of families for deliveries. This is a great FAMILY OUTREACH project!
If you are unable to deliver meals but would like to participate you can send a donation. $45 will provide a Thanksgiving meal for 6 people. Make your check payable to Mariemont Community Church and mail (3908 Plainville; 45227) or drop off at the church office. Please write “Turkey” on the memo line so we apply your gift appropriately.
Thanks for your GENEROSITY!

Grow January 09, 2014

Denis introduces out 2014 vision series, “Dust Road”. We will look at the way’s of our Rabbi, Jesus.

Grow September 04, 2013

Holy Spirit – Part Two

One of the most common questions I hear is “How can I know I have the Holy Spirit?”

This is a great question and very central to having strong assurance of our salvation. Romans 8:9 says this: “You, however, are not in the realm of the flesh but are in the realm of the Spirit, if indeed the Spirit of God lives in you. And if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, they do not belong to Christ.”

There are many ways the Bible tells us we can know we have the Spirit in us. I will offer a few today and complete the list next week:

1. One of the first ways we can experience the Holy Spirit is in that very uncomfortable moment when we become aware of our sin and our lack of righteousness, and our heading towards the judgment of God. Jesus tells us about these activities of Holy Spirit in John 16:8-11. I remember when I first began to experience conviction of my sin, and it drove me to seek peace with God. If you are not experiencing regular conviction of sin and correction, you may not have the Holy Spirit or you may have quenched him.

2. In 1 Corinthians 12:3, Paul gives us another clue. If you regularly use the names of God in vain, you cannot be speaking by the Spirit. However, if you have realized in a clear and confident way that Jesus is the supreme Lord of the universe and the God of all creation to whom you are personally responsible, you have been led to that conclusion by Holy Spirit.

3. The disciples in the book of Acts were asked at times “Have you received the Holy Spirit”? They were able to respond yes or no. This was confirmed by a combination of teaching and personal experience. It is not surprising that when God moves into a person, that they would have some sense of that happening. However, we all know people who are less sensitive to their bodies, feelings, and emotions, and there are other ways to discern the Holy Spirit’s presence, so we will continue next week!

May you continue to seek and enjoy the presence of the Holy Spirit as he enables you to see and experience the Father and the Son.