Sundays • June–October 2021
Encountering the Story of Jesus
Auditorium & live stream
The sermon series focuses on individuals’ encounters with Jesus as he calls them to join the journey with Him. As a supplement to the series, travel through the teachings of Jesus as illustrated by the Sermon on the Mount.
Adults ages 18–20s
Encountering Obscure Bible Stories
Room 201 & Online (Zoom)
Exploring the Book of Genesis
Adults age 65+
Room 422 & Online (Zoom)
Exploring the Book of Mark
Community Room & Online (Zoom)
The Gospel of Mark is a rapid-paced, condensed look at Jesus’ work on earth. There are continual conflicts and misunderstandings between Jesus and the Jewish religious leaders, and even with His followers. This study looks at this snapshot of Jesus’ ministry and how He handled those conflicts so we can see how to manage our life’s conflicts better.
Exploring Reading Moses, Seeing Jesus
Room 420 & Online (Zoom)
Jesus said He did not come to abolish the law or the prophets but to fulfill them. Not the smallest letter or stroke of a letter will pass from the law until everything occurs (Matthew 5:17–20). Paul says he is “not under the law” and he is “not free from God’s laws” (1 Corinthians 9:20). Learn how reading Moses allows us to see Jesus fulfilling the Torah in Christ.
Exploring Invitation to a Journey:
A Roadmap for Spiritual Formation
Jon Micah Richardson
Room 421 & Online (Zoom)
The Christian journey is an intentional and continual commitment to a lifelong process toward wholeness in Jesus. Our response to this journey with God and others is called faith. Join others in imagining and wrestling with what it means to see spiritual formation as a process of being formed into the image of Christ for the sake of others. This journey is dynamic. It requires action, movement, encounters, experiences, and a variety of surprises.
Wednesdays • September–October 2021
Jon Micah Richardson & Stan Wilson
Room 421 & Online (Zoom)
Join us as we explore Spirit-empowered rhythms and practices for everyday life that help us arrange our lives and relationships to live with intention and purpose. These practices keep us open and available to God. If you participate in this journey, consider our experience an invitation to live more fully into the present moments.
How To Be a Man: Pursuing Christ-Centered Masculinity
Using eight core characteristics of Christ (identity, integrity, purpose, surrender, passion, commitment, compassion, influence), this devotional experience will challenge men to exemplify these in their own lives as they passionately pursue Christ-centered manhood.