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Simple biblical Christianity in Michigan


Church members mingle in a new conversational area at Ann Arbor Neighborhood Church of Christ on Sunday morning. (photo by Melanie Maxwell, AnnArbor.com)

It’s always interesting to see how Churches of Christ are portrayed in the secular news media.
AnnArbor.com, an online digital media company in Michigan, features the Ann Arbor Church of Christ today.
The story focuses on the congregation’s independent nature and its effort at simple biblical Christianity:

There is no Diocese. No Synods. No General Conference. There’s not even, officially speaking, a reverend.
That was the way of the early Christian Church and that’s the way of the Ann Arbor Church of Christ Neighborhood Church, said Karl Luttrell, a member of the church for more than 20 years and an elder for the past 10. The Bible is the only guide for this 200-member congregation, he said.
“We’re non-denominational. We’re almost anti-denominational. We don’t believe there are different kinds of churches. We believe there is just one kind of church, where the Bible tells us what to do.”

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  • Feedback
    Unfortunate placement of door handles above that young man’s head. 🙂
    R Fox
    May, 6 2010

    R Fox. That is funny!
    Jana Fristoe
    May, 11 2010

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