“And they devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.” –Acts 2:42
Our vision is to present the life changing love of Jesus Christ, in order that people may come to know Christ as their Lord and Savior, grow as Christ’s disciples, and serve Christ in the church and in the world.
Fall Sunday Spiritual Classes Begin September 8th
1) Helping Without Hurting in Short-Term Missions
This is a five week, video-based study on doing short-term missions without doing long-term harm. Many of the core ideas from “When Helping Hurts” are presented in the context of short-term missions trips. This is a good study for anyone that is considering a short-term mission trip and/or other ways of engaging in poverty alleviation, either here or abroad.
2) Paul the Epistle
Though not converted until after Jesus’ resurrection, Paul was the most prolific missionary to go out from Jerusalem…to the ends of the earth. Not only did he preach and plant churches throughout the Mediterranean world, but he kept up a prolific correspondence with those believers, guiding them through questions and challenges they faced. We’ll follow his journeys as recorded in Acts, but we’ll also trace his – and the church’s – development as they mature through the first century. We will read through Acts and Paul’s letters, and weekly lessons will push us to notice deeper trends and themes in the text.
Childcare will be provided for infants and toddlers in the nurseries, children 4-18 are invited to their own Sunday classes.