On Sunday, July 30, we celebrate “Better Together Sunday” as we focus on I Corinthians 12:12-13 and verse 26. We’ll also invite the congregation to meet in small groups to discuss what keeps us up at night as a way to support each other.
Our vision to have a “love that crosses all barriers and embraces all people” gives us direction to be bold and all-embracing in our love for all people, even, or especially, those on the outside. We profess that “all are welcome,” while we struggle with our own human prejudices and frailty. Indeed, “all fall short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23).
The hope is that when we follow the Risen Christ, and walk with him, we meet others on the road who want to be a part of a faithful spiritual community. We continue to build a church drawing on the lessons, experience and hope expressed by Jesus and the apostles.
We all long for community, but what kind of Christian community do you want to be a part of? When we have Christ at the center, we can accomplish much.
See the upcoming sermons, as well as who is preaching through July.