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Sunday Gathering // March 7 // 10am

We are so happy to invite people back into the building to worship together, but recognize the need to be safe in doing so. We're opening 50 spots each Sunday for people to attend service in person to worship together in a socially distanced atmosphere.

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Sunday Gathering // March 14 // 10am

We are so happy to invite people back into the building to worship together, but recognize the need to be safe in doing so. We're opening 50 spots each Sunday for people to attend service in person to worship together in a socially distanced atmosphere.

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Sunday Gathering // March 21 // 10am

We are so happy to invite people back into the building to worship together, but recognize the need to be safe in doing so. We're opening 50 spots each Sunday for people to attend service in person to worship together in a socially distanced atmosphere.

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Sunday Gathering // March 28 // 10am

We are so happy to invite people back into the building to worship together, but recognize the need to be safe in doing so. We're opening 50 spots each Sunday for people to attend service in person to worship together in a socially distanced atmosphere.

ADULT SMALL GROUP GATHERINGS

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Come to the Table Lent Cohort // Wednesdays // 7pm on Zoom

For anyone longing to deepen their experience of God during the season of Lent, you're invited to the table! Over the next 6 weeks, gather with a small group to sample and learn in community some ancient practices for spiritual transformation. On Zoom, Wednesdays, February 24 through March 31, (7:00 pm).

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Social Justice Book Club // bi-monthly on second Mondays // 7pm on Zoom

Wanting to dig deeper into social justice issues? Want to continue the conversations that began in Be the Bridge? The Social Justice Book Club will be gathering every other month for conversation within our community in the hopes that we will continue to be transformed by God's Spirit. Prior participation in Be the Bridge is not necessary to join - all are welcome!

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Growing up in the American South, Esau McCaulley knew firsthand the ongoing struggle between despair and hope that marks the lives of some in the African American context. A key element in the fight for hope, he discovered, has long been the practice of Bible reading and interpretation that comes out of traditional Black churches. This ecclesial tradition is often disregarded or viewed with suspicion by much of the wider church and academy, but it has something vital to say.

Reading While Black is a personal and scholarly testament to the power and hope of Black biblical interpretation. At a time in which some within the African American community are questioning the place of the Christian faith in the struggle for justice, New Testament scholar McCaulley argues that reading Scripture from the perspective of Black church tradition is invaluable for connecting with a rich faith history and addressing the urgent issues of our times.

He advocates for a model of interpretation that involves an ongoing conversation between the collective Black experience and the Bible, in which the particular questions coming out of Black communities are given pride of place and the Bible is given space to respond by affirming, challenging, and, at times, reshaping Black concerns. McCaulley demonstrates this model with studies on how Scripture speaks to topics often overlooked by white interpreters, such as ethnicity, political protest, policing, and slavery.

Ultimately McCaulley calls the church to a dynamic theological engagement with Scripture, in which Christians of diverse backgrounds dialogue with their own social location as well as the cultures of others. Reading While Black moves the conversation forward.

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Small Groups have one simple purpose: to bring people together. We believe God created us to live in relationship with others and only then can we live the full life He intends for us. Sharing life through community is part of our design, but meaningful relationships aren't always easy to find. That's why Small Groups exist - to make these life-changing relationships relevant and accessible to you.

STUDENT SMALL GROUP GATHERINGS

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3rd-5th Grade Girls // 2nd & 4th Sundays // 945-1045 am on Zoom

We will be offering a small group that will meet over zoom on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month. We will meet from 9:45-10:45. This will allow you to help your child get logged in before church service and will allow them to connect to their church community. There will also be opportunities to possibly meet in person in safe and social distance ways.
When we meet, we will be reading the book ``The Boy, The Horse, The Fox, and The Mole.`` We will use this book to also connect to truths found in the Bible. We will focus on who God says we are and how to ground ourselves in His words. The girls will need a copy of the book but do not need to read it before they show up on Sundays.

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Middle School Girls // Sundays // 4:15-5:45pm

Middle school girls with gather with Laurie Landry, Jenn McGee, Gabby Redcay, and Michelle Reichartz on Sunday evenings from 4:15-5:45pm in Linda Miller's backyard. If the weather rains on our outdoor gatherings, we'll send another email Sunday with Zoom details.

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Middle School Guys // Sundays // 4-5:30pm

Middle school guys will meet on Sunday nights from 4:00-5:30 pm with Nic Caballero and Joshua Landry in the Landry's backyard. If the weather rains on our outdoor gatherings, we'll send another email Sunday with Zoom details.

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High School Nights // First Sundays // 4pm

Join us the first Sunday of each month to hangout at the Lawries. If the weather is good, we will be outside.

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