Jesus had three types of relationships. A relationship with his Father (UP), a relationship with His disciples (IN), a relationship with people that were distant from God (OUT). This summer will have two Sundays entirely devoted to UP—two Sundays entirely devoted to UP and IN —and two Sundays entirely devoted to UP and OUT.
Single Worship at 9:30 am from June 16th – July 21st
Here’s the schedule:
- June 16th (Father’s Day) = 9:30 Worship
- June 23rd (VBS Sunday) = 9:30 Worship & 11:00 Party at the Park (IN Focus)
- June 30th = 9:30 Worship
- July 7th = 9:30 Worship & “OUT” Opportunities
- July 14th = 9:30 Worship & Party at the Park (IN Focus)
July 21st = 9:30 Worship & “OUT” Opportunities
Here’s more information:
Party at the Park (IN Focus): 11:00AM (June 23rd and July 14th)
This is informal time together. We have reserved Apple Hill Park (1866 Central Blvd). Our reservations include the picnic areas and bocce ball courts. There are also restrooms and a playground available. There is also some shade at this park (but you might want sunscreen and an umbrella.) And, if no one is there we might be able to use the ball fields as well. Pick up some food and bring it. Bring food to grill (along with charcoal and utensils). Bring your own (non-alcoholic) beverages. Bring some lawn games and play with others (ladder ball, corn hole work great). Enjoy the time with each other.
OUT Opportunities: After worship on July 7th and 21st):
These are still being determined, so we can’t say to much definitively yet. BUT we recognize that everyone has different levels of comfort. Some of the OUT opportunities will include things like prayer walking and community watching (for those who want to get their feet wet). Other opportunities will include service type projects for area non-profits or residents (for those that are handy). And still other opportunities will include being able to connect with others and have conversation with them. We’ve got some great opportunities in the works and we are excited to see Jesus work through us.