Reclaiming “Us”

Moving away from our communities during the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging. Moving back into a renewed sense of community as COVID wanes is our new challenge. In this series we will look at reclaiming “us” using new tools, but with the same heart.

Part 1: There Is A Hunger In Us, Isn’t There?

Our lives can be guided either by our phobias or our philias; our fears or our connections. People hunger for connection, and this week we will take a look at where God is guiding us in that very direction.

Sunday April 11, 10:30am

Part 2: Embracing Our Chance

Sin is not exclusively about weak people who give in, but far more about strong people who refuse to be bothered. How do we allow ourselves to be “bothered” by a chance to do good?

Sunday April 18, 10:30am

Part 3: The Territory of Our Kindness

We can often fall into extremes in our relationships with other people where we either put them on a pedestal to be worshiped, or on the stand to be judged. Neither of these options is good for either them or us, but looking for the wider vistas in the space between these extremes expands the territory of our kindness. 

Sunday April 25, 10:30am