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Cathy Forrester Kerns
· June 21, 2014
This church is so loving and committed to following God's Word. Everyone is welcomed with open arms. Orchard Street exemplifies the greatest command found in Matthew 22:37-39.

[Mat 22:37-39 ESV] 37 A...nd he said to him, "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. 38 This is the great and first commandment. 39 And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself." See More
Elizabeth Rose Morton
· June 7, 2015
I haven't been to this church and most likely never will now. Usually when people come to my door and invite me to their congregation, they accept that I'm happy with my relationship with Jesus and my church and wish me a good day. Recently, two men claiming to be from the Church of Christ visited my door in much the same way. However, the one decided that the best way to get me to join the Church of Christ was to accuse my own church of not studying the bible, and to accuse me of living in sin based on my appearance. He decided to debate how there is no faith, heart or spirituality involved with worshiping Christ, only the staunch words of the bible. Despite my disagreement, he bugged me for 20-30 minutes about it even though he was causing me to be rude to guests I already had over. I'm not the type to slam my door in someone's face, but if I've ever felt like it that was the time. In my own home I have the greatest right to my own religious freedom, if I say I believe in faith combined with physical study of the bible then that is my right. If I come to your church, it is then your right to tell me your beliefs without my own disagreement coming into play, because as a good Christian woman I always respect people in their own home.
EDIT: If I could give y'all a worse review I would, as judging by the persistence to revoke what happened to me years ago, it probably was your church. I have never had such stubborn rebuttal to a bad review, especially for so long. I left this review as a warning that someone was damaging the name of your church and instead it's turned into nothing but finger pointing. Grow up, it was years ago and shifting the blame regardless of my multiple response is just childish. WTF is wrong with this church that you can't handle the idea someone from your church was rude. My experience was my own and likely that of many of my neighbors at the time. I knew the many different latter day saints, they came to my door regularly and they were never so rude. This was a middle-aged man and another maybe 10 years younger, they dressed different and had no name tags. The fact that I have to continue my defense of what happened to me is ridiculous and you should be ashamed of yourselves. If you'd victim blame over this, I'd hate to see how you'd respond to anything worse.
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Joshua McCloy
· May 7, 2017
Met some cool people here yesterday and some I already know!!
Judy Turner
· May 31, 2016
Very loving and caring church would highly recommend it the people are very nice and the preacher is excellent.
Pam Rice
· December 4, 2015
The Orchard St. Church of Christ is a very caring church. They are friendly and I am glad to be a part of their family.
Shavonne Matulevich
· February 1, 2016
THANK YOU for the uplifting song service! Been feeling kind of down and God knew I needed to be with my Church of Christ family. ❤️
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Hard-knock life

Some other things from people this week who say they do this when they want to look more like Jesus...

They collect the scriptures: During their own reading, they collect ones that really speak to them that day.They then send them to people or hag them up around the house. Just a way to keep His word closer to their heart all day long.
They think ahead: Not letting situations "surprise" them but testing things and weighing them again against His word to discern the right way to go.
They sing: Singing a song is a great way to get closer to Jesus and even remind us of our purpose.

The end of all the money raising problems forever everybody.

FORT MORGAN, CO—Reminding authorities that he is, in fact, a “temple of the Holy Spirit,” local man Carl Menard declared himself to be completely exempt from paying taxes as a religious organization, sources confirmed Wednesday. Menard filed his taxes at a local H&R Block but declined to pay a...