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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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The members of Waterfront Community Church attend weekly services in a high school auditorium. Their contemporary Christian music rock band practices at someone's home. And the pastor relies on a laptop and Starbucks for an office.
The nondenominational suburban Chicago church operates on a shoestring budget and under an unusual financial setup so it can stick to a mission: Give 100% of offerings gathered from the collection plate to those in need.
"We found how little we know about the people around us. We started asking around, 'What are the needs of the community?"' said the church's pastor and founder Jim Semradek. "When you present that need to people, they're very responsive. People have very generous hearts."
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