The U.S. Senate is voting on a bill that would take away the healthcare coverage of 23 million people over the next few years and limit the coverage of millions more.
If one thing is clear from the gospels, it’s this: Jesus cared about healing people. In fact, he encouraged his disciples to go out and heal the world.
If you would like to fight against this bill and for the access of many to healing, please join us on Thursday, July 6th, from 4:30-5:30 at the church to call senators from around the country.
It really is startling how important Jeesus’ healing ministry figures in to the gospel accounts. Jesus cared about the sick and needy. Shouldn't we?
The work of contacting legislators can continue after July 6th. A church member can provide legislators' phone numbers and coaching on what to say. If you have questions, send an email to email@example.com.
Join us on Thursday, July 6, 7:00-8:30 p.m. at the Tower Inn Cafe in Ypsilanti. We're getting together for food, drinks, and conversation around the question, “Is there a difference between being morally right and legally right?”
Some people say breaking the law is immoral. Others may argue that some laws would be immoral to follow. If you believe the second, what authority do you use to determine one from the other?
"Is there a difference between being morally right and legally right?"
If it’s your first time attending, your first drink is on the church. Join us on July 6th!
We’re looking forward to our next Free Summer Concert on July 14th at 7:00 p.m. at Journey of Faith. This concert will feature improvised and folk music of the East and West.
Tristan Cappel and Deadbird, (featuring Journey of Faith's own Everett Reid on drums); Sumkali and members of the Ann Arbor based Indo-fusion ensemble led by tabla player John Churchville.
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.
Reserve August 4th at 7:00 p.m., for the last concert in our series.
You're invited to Journey of Faith's community picnic at County Farm Park on July 16th at 10:30 a.m. Join us for an outdoor worship service and a fun-filled day as we enjoy, games, food and fellowship.
Mark your calendars and plan to bring along your friends for an afternoon of fun.
Hope to see you at County Farm Park on July 16th!
A new support group called POTC (Parents of Transgender Children) is meeting at Journey of Faith Christian Church (1900 Manchester Rd., Ann Arbor 48104)
A free adolescent gender discussion group is open to middle and high school students at the same time and location as the parent support group. The adolescent support group is facilitated by a licensed social worker and peer advocate.
Please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
You're invited to join us on Sunday, August 20th at 12:00 to have a conversation about "The Third Reconstruction" by Rev. William Barber II's book. It tells the story of his and his communities' struggle to fight for God's justice in 21st Century America.
We will also touch on issues described in the book "Evicted" by Matthew Desmond, as we consider what role Journey of Faith may have to play in this movement. You're encouraged to read both books over the summer months, but reading is not required to participate in the conversation.
Read the books and join the discussion group!