Welcome! We're so glad you're here.
At Journey of Faith, we come together to pray, have great conversations, study the Scriptures, and look for opportunities to serve our neighbors.
We try to provide a special environment to worship God who is true, good and beautiful.
We work to keep people sheltered, fed, clothed and cared for.
We support one another – not because we have to, but because we want to.
And, most importantly – together, we follow the way of Jesus.
We'd love for you to join us on Sunday morning at 10:30!
Thank you for your interest in possibly visiting Journey of Faith.
If you have questions about the church or would like help figuring out the next steps on your journey with Jesus, please feel free to contact Pastor Alex McCauslin. She is a good listener, genuinely interested in serving others; and strives to show how the Bible can help people with their everyday living.
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Sunday Worship at 10:30 a.m.
You can check out the worship service without intrusion and begin your faith journey at your own pace — no pressure, just encouragement.
Children's Ministries on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
You can expect a great kids and youth program (birth through high school). We believe kids learn best when they have fun and do meaningful things together!
This is not about what you can do for us, but what God can do through you. You have something to offer. (Besides, even Jesus came to serve.)
Come as you are ... we'd love to meet you!
On Sunday, October 2nd at 10:30 a.m., we will focus on the deliverance of a people by a woman who "spoke truth to power."
Christ's followers are challenged to keep the agenda of justice for the vulnerable front and center in order to maintain a kind of subversive stance toward power.
So that, God's commitment to loving and caring for one another doesn't give up or give in.
We hope you have a chance to join us!
("Pink" is the title of the painting displayed here.)
Sometimes, life feels unwieldy and 24-hour news broadcasts leave us longing for peace, justice, understanding, forgiveness, and love.
Careless or unthinkable violence causes us to question our safety and may even make us doubt God's faithfulness.
Still, God promises us a refuge. Even so, God remains faithful. The place of our refuge and faithfulness, though, comes through our choosing to dwell in God.
Here's the remarkable story of two people – a 76-year old member of this church and a 4-year old child ... both choosing to dwell in the presence and shelter of God.
"Debating as to whether or not to enter 'Pink' in the celebratory art contest. I'd hoped to come up with a piece more "churchy" ... I've always been creative, BUT my younger brother was the one chosen for art school.
Now the juror was speaking an affirmation I'd been waiting to hear all my 76 years – expressing exactly what I'd been striving for ...'pushing the boundaries – trying to do things in a unique way ...' Words to me, manna from heaven.
Then, about the time of that personal faith answer, a series of awful world events occurred, among them the real-time streaming of the SHOOTING of Philando Castile in Minnesota by a police officer.
The words of the FOUR YEAR OLD witness, DAEANNA FAITH spoken to her mother as the tragedy was occurring were heard by many: "IT'S OK, MOMMY. IT'S OK, I'M RIGHT HERE WITH YOU, AND I AM BROKEN".
Talk about "Keeping the Faith" ...
'... and lo, I am with you always even unto the end of the world.' (Matthew 28:20)
And so, 'Pink', in honor of Daeanna's heart; and winning the contest is not important, but making this statement is."