Ways to Connect:
Life Re-Designed LifeGroup - Wednesday, Feb. 13
Downtown LifeGroup - Tuesday, Feb. 19
Family Group - Saturday, Feb. 23
TriBeCa HangOut - Tuesday, Feb. 26
Fill out a Connection Card (o e-Connection Card) to get all the details.
All-Together "Brunch Church": Sunday, Feb. 17
About once a month we change things up a bit and do this different type of gathering. For these services we'll bring in some tasty food from Au Bon Pain and gather our whole community together (kids included!) for a fun and interactive church-around-the-table. We've found that it's a nice change of pace and a great way to connect!
Don't Walk By: Saturday, Feb. 23
We'll be gathering a team to participate in this City-wide effort to connect with those who are living on the street by offering a hot meal, clothing, basic medical care, and connection to ongoing support. Learn more here and stay tuned for details.
In May of last year, I got to share a sermon partly birthed out of the experiences that my husband Todd and I had while living in Jersey City — and then in Connecticut where we worshipped in a very special church started by the late Rev. Nancy Carroll Butler.
By Caroline Park
I grew up in Korea, which is not necessarily a friendly place for women. Fortunately, my dad believed in my ability and intellect and was encouraging to me. Nevertheless, he often lamented, ‘You could have gone far if you weren’t born a girl.’
By Sara Furste
I had a cool church youth group leader when I was in high school. She wore leather sandals and long flowered skirts, and she had flowy blond hair. Her boyfriend was a musician who looked like Peter Frampton. (This was in the late 70s when things like this were “cool!”).
By Charles Park
Our sermon series “Faith Misunderstood” has generated a lot of conversations and interest because we are challenging several misguided common assumptions about faith. We began with a message titled “God Wants You to Be You.” Elmie shared her powerful story about her experience of churches that made her feel like she had to choose between being false to herself or being alone, and neither is a good option.