Hello! We're so glad you're here.
We'd love for you to join us on Sunday morning at 10:30!
The heart of Journey of Faith is to see lives changed by the power of God's Spirit.
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.
Together and in our own personal faith journeys, we strive to follow the way of Jesus.
We'd love to have you join us on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. so we can meet in person!
On Sunday, December 4 at 10:30 a.m., we'll begin the sermon message with the scripture passage from Luke 1:26-38. The gospel writer doesn't describe Mary as a fresh-faced, perfect mother, as she's come to be known.
Instead, he describes her as a young maiden, emphasis on young, and unmarried, both circumstances that make a pregnancy less than ideal, perhaps even dangerous.
And when an angel appears to tell her she's pregnant with Jesus by the Holy Spirit, her first response isn't happiness or even gracious acceptance. At first, she's troubled. And understandably so!
When God shows up in our lives, sometimes it's in frightening and messy ways. An illness or unexpected financial burden.
A call into a broken place or situation. Not pretty, happy, or easy. So how do we move from 'troubled' and 'afraid' to saying, as Mary eventually does, 'Let it be so with me.'
We hope to see you on Sunday!
Sometimes, word gets out – what you're doing is really helpful even if it's just a small thing.
Sometimes, something just feels right because it is right.
Sometimes, just taking a small leap of faith – puts you right where God is.
"Thank you so much for such a lovely setup (the church's laundry facility for homeless families) – especially for being so kid-friendly. Movies, a couch, even a shower. We're amazed! You thought of everything! We will definitely be back, and we can't thank you enough for your kindness. And, our young daughter thanks you too!"
What we've done as church isn't about getting God on our side, but making sure we're on God's side. There's a difference you know. And, that's what feels so right.
We invite you to join us in doing good! If you would like to help out, contact the church for more information.