What’s comes next in your life, in your career, your relationships, your personal and spiritual growth? How can you discover to where and what God is calling you?
We're meeting as a small group on Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m., February 1 - May 24 at the church.
Through Bible study, prayer, and storytelling, we’ll listen for God’s voice and piece together the direction in which that voice may be leading each of us.
The practice of ‘discernment' will be guiding our conversations at Journey of Faith in February through to May. This group will offer an opportunity to dig in deep with the practice on a personal level.
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We hope you will have a chance to join us!
Join us on Thursday, May 11, 7:00 p.m. at the Tower Inn Cafe in Ypsilanti. Topic: Can War Ever Be Justified?
War inevitably brings death, destruction and suffering, which both ruin lives and nations. War eradicates hopes and dreams of millions, destroys homelands, frightens and oppresses people.
When we gather for these conversations, there is no ‘right’ answer. Respectfully, and sometimes passionately, different perspectives are shared, allowing us to see God, the world and one another in new ways.
Can War Ever Be Just?
We hope to see you on May 11th for one of the most difficult things that Christians struggle with when trying to live out the hope of promoting and helping to bring about a world in which peace and justice flourish everywhere.
You're invited to join us on Thursday, May 18th at 6:30 to talk about "The Third Reconstruction" by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II.
Many of us have been thrilled by the video of 106-year-old mentor and school volunteer Mrs. Virginia McLaurin visiting the White House during a Black History Month celebration to meet — and dance with — President and Mrs. Obama.
Her joy in being there and fulfilling her dream of meeting the first African-American President and First Lady was infectious. Born a child of South Carolina sharecroppers in 1909, this was a day she never dreamed would come: “I didn’t think I’d ever live to see a colored president. I am so happy.”
Moments like these give us a chance to appreciate how much change a citizen like Mrs. McLaurin has seen in her lifetime.
Dr. Barber is organizing a movement to unite black, white, and brown, rich and poor, employed and unemployed, gay and straight, documented and undocumented, religious and secular to heal our nation's wounds.
Read the book and join the discussion group!
We’re kicking off our Free Summer Concerts on May 19th at 6 p.m. at Journey of Faith. The first concert will feature inspiring female artists, namely Estar Cohen and Rachel Epperly.
No summer is complete without the sounds of music. From a classical string quartet and a top radio hit to marching bands, swinging jazz and a child's recital. Music tells a story – it has a message. It's a language that can speak to anyone.
During our Free Summer Concerts, we will be inspired through the themes of a variety of songs. We’ll reflect on Jesus’ hope, His peace found through letting go, the master plan that He has for our lives and much more.
Admission includes great seats, refreshments, and an opportunity to hear diverse perspectives on the amazing truths found with Jesus. Donations are welcome to support the artists and the mission work of the church. Take out your calendars and mark off June 16th, July 14th, and August 4th all at 7:00 p.m., for the remainder of the series.
The Bible Study group meets on Tuesdays (2:00 p.m.) at the church.
Each week four scriptures are considered. Typically, the first reading is from a Hebrew scripture. Also discussed are a psalm, a Gospel reading and Epistle or another New Testament passage.
Sessions last for about an hour and a half. You don't have to be present every week to be a participant in the group. Newcomers are always welcome.
Most weeks, we meet at the church. You can call the church office to get information on the meeting location for the Bible Study group.
Come and join us!