Sunday morning at 11 o'clock finds us gathering together as the Body of Christ. The purpose of these gatherings is to remind each other and be reminded of Who we are following, what it means to follow Christ, and to celebrate Him and what's He done in and through our lives during the week.
In observing the worship of the Israelites and also the early Christians, we see that they frequently gathered together for similar purposes. The Israelites followed a strict calendar of holy days, rituals, and sacrifices; the Christians observed regular times of prayer, fasting, teaching, and observation of the sacraments. These times enabled them to reorient their lives around the Kingdom of God.
When we gather we believe we are also reorienting our lives around what it means to follow in the path of Jesus. Faith in Jesus Christ is not simply something else we are adding to our already busy lives, but rather it is a life-defining, all-encompassing purpose and passion.
It's not just something we do: it IS who we are.
We invite you to join us on this journey and to discover the love of God in Christ Jesus.