Who can take communion at a Church of Christ?

Question by Olivia: Who can take communion at a Church of Christ?
I went to church with my boyfriend who is a member of a Church of Christ and I took communion not knowing if I could because, although I have been baptized and am a firm believer, I am not a member of that particular church. Im kinda worried now. Please help?

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Answer by Caleb
We are brothers and sisters in Christ: it does not matter where you take it at. As long as you believe Christ was and is our Savior, and you follow the laws of the bible then it shouldn’t matter where you take it.

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How can I take up a collection from my neighbors?

Question by shelia j: How can I take up a collection from my neighbors?
The family across from me is having a really hard time financially. It is a two parent family with five children , The father lost his job two months ago. Last week they had some furniture taken from them and today their car was repossessed. I am afraid they may be put out on the street. I don’t want money from you but I think maybe our neighbors can help. How can I convince them to help this family.

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Answer by MSAD
The family may not want the whole neighborhood to know about their situation.

But it’s great you want to help!

How about starting with your church (if you go). As we approach Christmas lots of churches and civic organizations look for families to sponsor.

There are also churches that help with utility bills (such as power bills). Many catholic churches have St. Vincent De Paul- they help people regardless of faith with their power bills. The Seventh Day Adventist in my area do it as well.

If you can make contact with one such organization they may be able to be able to tell you who else you could get in touch with. You probably can’t collect money for the family – but once you do your research you could discretely let the family know about the organizations that can help them – should they need it.

Good Luck to you.

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MDM June 10, 2012 – False Prophet To Take Over All Churches

Animated logo — from jgstudios.photoshelter.com “WhatDaFunk” – www.audionautix.com Images from Google search Please say this short prayer before viewing the video “O Jesus, cover me with your precious blood and fill me with the Holy Spirit, so that I can discern whether these words come from you. Humble me in spirit. Receive my pleas with mercy, and open my heart to the truth.” I amnot the visionary, but please pray before viewing. These are the messages, given to a visionary in Europe on June 10, 2012. According to Decree of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith approved by HH Pope Paul V! (the 14th October 1966) Article 1399 and 2318 of Canon Law where abrogated. No imprimatur is required for publishing Divine Revelation, prophesies or miracles. For the complete list of messages, go to: www.thewarningsecondcoming.com And find them on Facebook www.facebook.com ~I do not own the messages, images, nor the music~
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I’m a tourist. How long realistically would it take to see these sites? Can i see them all in a few hours?

Question by Aza Eggar: I’m a tourist. How long realistically would it take to see these sites? Can i see them all in a few hours?
I’m looking to swing by and take pics next to these historical sites. The only site i may want to go inside is the Independence Hall, but i read that the tour is super short.

So how many hours realistically would it take to see all these sites:

Independence Hall
Liberty Bell
Rocky Steps and Rocky Statue
Ben Franklins Grave (Christs Church)

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Answer by Josh Callison
The Independence Hall tour is only half an hour long. In fact, you might be waiting to get in for longer than you’ll actually be there. Two thirds of the building are actually closed to the public, and the rest is just a waiting room with a painting and a recreated court room, nothing spectacular.
Even if you’re dead set on seeing that, you won’t have to hurry to the next thing, because the historic district of Philadelphia is pretty clumped together.

Independence Hall is only five minutes from the Rocky Steps and Statue, the Liberty Bell is only two minutes away from Independence Hall, and Christ’s Church is only three minutes from the Liberty Bell.

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D17: Take Back the Commons | Occupy Wall Street Video

December 17, 2011: Occupy Wall Street teams up with artists, musicians and faith leaders to demand a space for public expression and to seek sanctuary in an unused lot owned by Trinity Church, an institution that has shown support for the movement despite its strong ties to Wall Street. Episcopal Bishop George Packard is the first to scale the fence, and is arrested along with fellow occupiers. Reverend Lawson, a leader of the Civil Rights movement, urges the protesters to keep “treading water” because the country needs them. Music from Dean and Britta, live from WBAI studios.
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