We don’t always have the answers, but we’re learning to wrestle with the tensions in God’s Word + World.God became human and lived among us. This is a doctrine we believe, but it also means we trust God is present in the whole of our lives, even when it's confusing, complicated, or just plain hard.
So we're always looking to offer opportunities for us to wrestle with how following Jesus informs and transforms how we see our life and the lives of our neighbors. Take a look below at how we're doing that right now!
Meeting Christ at the Table
How An Ancient Practice Changes the Way We See God, Each Other, and Everything ElseSundays from 11:00am – 12:00pm via Zoom (beginning February 28th)
Zoom ID: 541-870-2251
If you've been around the church for any amount of time, you know that the Lord's Supper (aka Communion) lies at the center of Christian worship.
But what does it really mean?
Join us for a 5-week lecture series with Dr. Christian Collins Winn as we uncover the paradigm shifts at the heart of the Lord's Supper, revealing the surprising truths about God, each other, and everything else that come when we're gathered, not just at God's Table in Communion, but also sharing meals across the table from each other in our ordinary lives.
How can we learn to see truth, goodness, & beauty?
Faith and the HumanitiesJanuary 21st, February 18th, March 18th, and April 15th from 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom
Come alongside us for a series of monthly conversations at the intersection of faith and the humanities. We'll have somebody specializing in an area of the Humanities joining us at each of the four dates, and we're excited to learn together how the humanities help us see truth, goodness, & beauty in God's world.
March 18th: Chris Gehrz (American History)
April 15th: Doug Hoverson (Cultural History)
Click here for information on the upcoming March gathering featuring Dr. Chris Gehrz.
What does it mean to follow Jesus into the lives of our neighbors?
Faith and JusticeConversation Series on March 9th, and April 13th, and May 11th from 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom
Our call is clear: God loves and champions the cause of the oppressed, and we're meant to image God by doing the same.
Join us for a Conversation series exploring themes of justice and the lack of it, uncovering what it means to work for the deep justice that marks the coming of God's kingdom. Click here for information on the upcoming March gathering.
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Meeting Christ at the Table How An Ancient Practice Changes the Way We See God, Each Other, and Everything Else Sundays beginning February 28th via Zoom Zoom ID: 541-870-2251 If you've…
What does it mean to follow Jesus into the lives of our neighbors? Faith and Justice Conversation Series returning on March 9th from 6:30 - 8:00pm via Zoom Zoom ID: 541-870-2251…