This information was last updated on Tuesday, July 21.
As we have from the beginning, when it comes to our plans for regathering, we are attempting to make wise decisions that both honor our governing authorities and bless our community.
For the remainder of the year, we will not gather in person at our campuses on the weekend. Our plan is to equip you to be the church in your homes, in your communities, and online in order for you to continue being disciple-making disciples. So even when you can’t come to church, you can still be the church.
The way you can be the church this year is by:
1. Gathering for worship and prayer in smaller groups. This could look like:
- Inviting smaller groups to come to your home to engage with the service together.
- Seeing if people from your small group can watch a service outside in your backyard.
- Setting up a projector in your front yard with popcorn one night and inviting your neighbors to check out a service.
2. Engaging others in intentional discipleship relationships. This could look like:
- Sharing the gospel and continuing to engage with your One.
- Engaging in a men's or women’s Bible study with small groups from your community.
- Committing to read through a book of the Bible with a new believer.
- We will also have more resources for one-on-one discipleship coming your way at the end of the summer.
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July Virtual Member Meeting
If you missed our July member meeting, where we discussed regathering, as well as other topics related to becoming a multiethnic church and our ministry efforts so far in 2020, we encourage you to watch the videos at the link below.
Watch the July Member Meeting