When there are a million things to do on Sunday morning, why should we do this? What sets the church apart from a million other organizations who work to serve and help people? Given all the bad news we hear about the church, is it possible that this ancient institution can still be a force for good in the world, and in our individual lives?
Join us for this thought-provoking sermon series!
|1: A Community of Storytellers||The church is a community of those who have a story to tell about how God has personally touched their lives.||Luke 24:28-35|
|2: The Power of Worship & Prayer||There is something about worship and prayer, spending time in God’s presence, that is reflected in us as we go into the world.||Exodus 34:27-35*, Acts 16:25-34|
|3: God’s Calling to Do Justice||The church is called to do works of justice that are rooted in our understanding of the divine spark within humanity.||Micah 6:6-8*, Luke 4:14-21|
|4: An Invitation to Love Kindness||To love kindness requires us to LIVE God’s kindness, which is unconditional love.||Micah 6:8, Matthew 5:43-48*|
|5: Our Need to Walk Humbly||Without humility, the church cannot reflect the character of Christ.||Micah 6:8, Romans 12:9-21*, Philippians 2:5-11|
|6: Encouraging One Anothers’ Gifts||The Church is a place where we see and encourage each others’ gifts.||Ephesians 4:1-16*, 1 Corinthians 12|
|7: A Home for All People||Pentecost proves that God’s love is for all people – the Church needs to proclaim and live that no matter what anyone says.||Acts 2:1-21|