MAY 5. 2019: Hot on the heels of outlining God’s abundant gifts for the church, Paul turns his attention to prayer. What is it that fills most of our prayers? Petitions, confession, gratitude? These are good things, but Paul seeks to draw our attention to something maybe even more important. Join us as we look at Paul’s prayer requests for the church.
MAY 12, 2019: Whenever we think of God’s grace we usually think of salvation, but Paul tells us that our work and participation in God’s mission is also a form of his grace. Join us this Sunday as we explore these two ways that God grace's our lives.
MAY 19, 2019: This week we welcome Dena Nicolai, a Chaplain and Refugee Support Mobilizer in Vancouver. Dena works with churches and other groups in BC to help welcome and settle refugees. Through travels and people she meets, Dena bring a unique lens to how she sees God at work in the world.
MAY 26, 2019: Often the church seems like an add-on to personal faith, a take-it-or-leave-it aspect of following Jesus, but what if God designed the church to be much more than that? What if it was actually the central place where our relationship with God, each other, and even ourselves took place? Join us as we look at Eph. 2:11-22 and the ideas of division, peace, and the church.