We welcome you to join us for a virtual service on Sunday, January 3rd starting at 5 pm.
Theme: The Allure of Gentleness
Disciples of Christ are called to imitate Him. Of all the qualities we see in Jesus, none are as surprising and challenging as his humility and gentleness. His meek spirit attracted all sorts of people to him, many who were excluded from society. We will explore this noble trait of our Lord and see how we can try to resemble Him.
Christmas during the pandemic is going to be different. It will be quieter, perhaps even bleak. It is a time to reflect on the first Christmas, which unlike the usual hoopla of the modern festival is a story about poor humble people. Most importantly it is the story of the mighty God becoming human, like you and me. God comes near at Christmas and we can actually get to know Him. The service will feature carols in different languages. Come join us.
We welcome you to join us for a virtual service on Sunday, November 1st starting at 5 pm.
God is described as being faithful. He desires us as His followers to be faithful and be people of integrity. However, this virtue is sadly lacking in our culture.. We will examine the nature of integrity by studying Psalm 15 and explore the steps required for us to acquire and exhibit this virtue.
The service video will be available on November 1st:
Topic: Loving Kindness God and the Bible are all about love. There are many words that describe and expand on this sublime virtue. One of these, loving kindness, describes love in action, as practical other-directed love. We will explore this virtue by looking into the Parable of the Good Samaritan.
Topic: Fruit of the Spirit – Patience As the pandemic rages on, we are tempted to give in to fear and anxiety. The Holy Spirit enables us to exercise the fruit of patience in our lives. Patience in our dealings with other people is an important virtue that is essential to Christian community. We will explore the divine roots of patience, the expression of it in the life of Christ and see how we can make this a reality in our daily lives and fellowships.