It’s ok. We are too. We’re skeptical about organized religion that becomes a series of events and a set of rules. We’re skeptical of a faith that doesn’t lead you to love your neighbors better. We’re skeptical of folks who act like they have all the answers. We’re skeptical about the benefits of the American dream. So if you’re a skeptic, we’d love for you to join us.
But we're also hopeful. We’re hopeful that Jesus is up to something good in the world. We’re hopeful of a community where love is more important than being right. We’re hopeful the church can be a family that transforms the neighborhoods they live in. We’re hopeful about what happens when people learn to love each other and the world around them. So if you’re hopeful, we’d love for you to join us.
Meal Communities are smaller groups of people (10-20) that meet regularly to eat together, pray together, and love our neighbors. An MC might look a little different than what you’ve experienced at church. It’s very participatory. You might find an MC having a party to connect with new friends and neighbors, volunteering together at a local homeless shelter, or spending a day helping a shut-in. The goal is to be a community living out our mission to re-connect people to Jesus, to one another, and to God’s redemptive work in the world.
For list of currently meeting Meal Communities, click here.
Living our mission
Join us as we express love for God and others in serving our community in regular rhythms.
Fill The PAcks
Swap & Drop
October 5, 2019 and March 21, 2020
March 9, 2020
Family Promise compassion team
Creative mentoring at aspira compassion team (through connecting generations)