In Sunday’s Gathering we will proclaim the Good News of Jesus and the power of Christ – working in and through us – to overcome the sins of racism and injustice. Please take the time to read these two powerful testimonies. May God’s Kingdom come, may God’s will be done, on Earth as it is in heaven.
Imagine that you have a structure in place, a way of doing things that brings order and predictability to a busy family life. Imagine that school, work, and childcare are all figured out in a way that helps everyone navigate their emotional, social, and psychological needs.
In our series “Finally Something Real,” we’re talking specifically to people who consider themselves spiritual-but-not-religious, non-religious, or just over the whole “thing.” Join us at the Gathering for a message of healing for those who are looking for hope in something true, something powerful, and something real.
This new sermon series offers an opportunity to build a bridge between people of faith and people who are struggling to make their way in the world without it. I hope you’ll invite someone that you care about to join us in worship this weekend. It just might help them begin to think about Jesus in a whole new way.
This is a difficult and uncertain time! I certainly hope it is the only moment in my life where the church postpones in-person worship. I’d like to spend a few minutes reflecting on this moment not just as a leader of a large, urban church, but as a Christian searching to experience this moment in the light of Christ.