A safe place to explore your faith
It all starts with God's love.
It’s ok to not be ok. It’s ok to doubt. It’s ok to ask tough questions. It’s ok if you don’t know what you believe. It’s even ok to wonder about the relevance of faith in your life today. This is a safe place to explore your faith.
We're drawn to the life and teachings of Jesus. His story is a radical journey — a story that calls “people to leave their homes and abandon their jobs.” But, Jesus’ story is also a story of love, meaning and purpose … Before you know it, following that story makes you part of something bigger. It’s a story that changes lives. We invite you to explore your faith and Jesus’ story with us on Sundays at 10:30AM.
"Love one another. In the same way I loved you, you love one another. — John 13:34
sunday Worship at 10:30AM
We are deeply aware of our call to share in the good news that God is love and that Christ is in all. We worship as an expression of our love for God. Worship takes our eyes off the busyness of our lives and turns us to God.
God doesn’t need our worship; we do. Worship is seeing afresh the tremendous worth of God, and in response, giving God the best of everything we are.
Learn more about this Sunday’s message and the “overwhelming, never-ending reckless love of God.”
"Because Your love is better than life, I will praise You. I will praise You as long as I live ..." –Psalm 63:3
Justice & Service
Handing out hygiene kits to the homeless in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti … Partnering with seniors to make plastic sleeping mats for homeless residents … Offering a place for the homeless to wash their dirty clothes and shower.
“Serving” is a word similar to “volunteering,” but it means so much more. Serving shows people that they matter to us and that they matter to God. We look forward to seeing what God is going to do through you by serving others.
"Lord, teach me how to celebrate you, share your blessings with others, and carry my faith into my daily life."
The Bible is loaded with “one another” statements — like “love one another,” “encourage one another, “bear another’s burdens,” “live in harmony with one another,” “be at peace with one another,” and “serve one another.”
We are made to need each other, whether our actions are heroic or not. Community Groups stir us up to love, to support one another and good works. The Flash’s and Captain America’s story might be entertaining, but aspiring each other to be something more with God has lasting impact.
Community Groups can help us live out a better story — a Jesus kind of story. And, you don’t need a cape to do that.
"God wants in on our lives and wants us in on the lives of others."
1900 Manchester Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48104 | 734.971.4245 | firstname.lastname@example.org