Happy New Year!
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 help to keep people housed, fed, clothed and cared for in our community.
We try to listen to one another and value the gift God has placed in every person. Our challenge is to "really see" that gift because each person has a gift.
Together and in our own personal faith journeys, we strive to follow the way of Jesus.
We'd love to meet you on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.!
Hi! Whether you've been around church all of your life or this is your first peek into it, Journey of Faith has something for you. We hope you will take the next step into this community of people led by Christ.
If you would like help figuring out the next steps on your journey with Jesus, please feel free to contact Pastor Alex McCauslin. She's a good listener, genuinely interested in serving others; and strives to show the connection between our faith and everyday living.
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Sunday Worship at 10:30 a.m.
You can check out the worship service (live or video) at Journey of Faith to see what it looks like before ever stepping a foot in the door.
Children's Ministries on Sunday at 10:30 a.m.
You can expect a great kids and youth program (birth through middle school). We believe kids learn best when they have fun and do meaningful things together!
Check out what's happening at Journey of Faith this month. The activities and groups can be a fun and helpful way to get connected.
This isn't about what you can do for the church, but what God can do through you. You have something to offer. (Besides, even Jesus came to serve.)
More information on what to expect when you visit here.
We'd love to meet you!
On Sunday, January 15 at 10:30 a.m., we begin with the story about a Jerusalem church community with no experience of what had happened around them. (Acts 11:1-18.). They were reliant on some guy named Peter and what he had to share with them, especially his observations of God working in their world.
In our biblical story about the Jerusalem church, people had assumed ownership of the gospel and insisted it wasn't for everybody. The problem came to a head when Peter decided not to leave others out because he believed no one is outside of God's love. It's the most true thing about God.
And, at times, it may even take a super human kind of strength to dare to answer God's call to care about and love everyone.
Join us and our special guest preacher, Rev. Eugene James (Regional Minister) as we hear and talk about his message, "Even the Gentiles."
Word gets out – what you're doing is really helpful even if it's just a small thing.
Taking a small leap of faith – puts you right where God is.
What we're doing 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.
We invite you to join us in doing good! You can contact the church for more information.
In the meantime, a real-life story told by Sheri (Warming Center coordinator) about a faithful response to homelessness and hunger.