Noise is everywhere. It seems like the volume of the noise in our world today is ever increasing. Frequently it all just becomes white noise- a constant distraction in the background of life. Yet God created us for relationship and relationships require communication. So how do we learn to tune into the voice of the God who speaks? Join us Sundays as we learn together to recognize and respond to God’s voice. Continuing to grow in an understanding of the biblical and theological framework of why we believe this is a non-negotiable for any apprentice of Jesus.
Paul Simon famously wrote and sung the words “I am a Rock, I am an Island” and while 100’s of thousands of people have sung along with him, the simple fact is that it isn’t true. None of us is an island unto ourselves – we are all linked to one another by God’s design. One of our prayer priorities as a
church family is that we might take greater ownership for one another in relationship leading to a greater experience of biblical community. In this series, we’ll explore what it means to be linked together and the responsibility we have to each other as a result of God’s master-plan.
Every Sunday we as a community, send each other out with a simple statement of intent - that we would be the Church in our everyday life - where we live, learn, work and play. We know that the Church is not simply a religious service that happens for an hour on Sundays, but rather a people who are learning to express the life of Jesus everyday. What does this look like in practical reality? What does it mean to be the Church everyday?
One of our 2017 Prayer Goals is that we would learn to take greater ownership for one another in biblical community. We all find ourselves in a network of relationships with people at all ages and stages of life. The cultivation of these social networks is essential for vibrant community life. What does it look like to engage in mutual and mentoring relationships in life's journey? How do we invest in the next generation? How do we honour, celebrate and learn from those who have gone before us?