We took a week to look at a story we have likely heard of before from Luke 9: the feeding of the 5000 and what it might have to say to us in this moment.
Difficulty and possibility so often exist hand in hand, perhaps especially in liminal spaces. We see this again as look at Philip’s story from Acts 8.
Below are the emails we’ve sent out since George Floyd’s murder and the protests that follow. Each email has a number of resources to keep us moving towards becoming Anti-Racists. May 31st Here’s a video we used in worship as a prayer of lament. June 9th Over the last two weeks, large and consistent protests […]
1 Corinthians 8 and 10 show us that when we are in a liminal space, there is newfound opportunity to let go — to admit that we might not know it all — and that we might need each other (even when we disagree) more than we realize.
Week 7 – Acts 2:1-13, 42-47, 4:32-37 We consider what a life of radical generosity looks like in the midst of a global pandemic and rampant racism.
Below is a letter from SaraJane and Micah, inviting anyone to enter into a conversation around how white people can become anti-racists: people who are actively working against racism in their own lives and in our world. Dear friends and family, What a time we find ourselves in. Over the past month, we have sat […]
We look at the way God used a liminal space to prepare the first Christians for the future that was coming. John 21.
This week we look at Moses’ story as he journeyed through the in-between on more than one occassion. What do we learn from his life? (Exodus 2 and 3).
The Bible is full of stories of people and communities who have had to journey through liminal spaces. Today, are in a liminal space too — caught between the world as we knew it and an unknown future. What do these stories have to teach us? This week we look at Israel, as they journeyed […]
Here’s a portion of our time together on Easter!
We’ve all been there. In fact, we’re there right now. Liminal spaces are in-between spaces. They are seasons in which we find ourselves between one reality that has ended and another that has not yet begun. Covid-19 has caused life as we knew it to end. The world is simply not, nor will it be, […]
Sunday mornings: two options Zoom Every week at 10am we’ll continue to use Zoom in the weeks and months ahead. Here’s the link (it is the same link every week): https://zoom.us/j/864871555 Option: Sunday Morning Watch Parties With winter bearing down, watch parties are on hold for now; however, if we get a warm weekend in […]
We begin our 16 week journey through the Gospel of Mark in Chapter 1, focusing especially on the 1st half of the chapter.
For the first 16 weeks of 2020 (January to Easter) we’re going to walk through the Gospel of Mark taking one chapter a week. Our hope and desire is simple: to purposefully and thoughtfully reflect on the life and teaching of Jesus of Nazareth so that our lives may more reflect his. We invite you […]
This season we are about to enter is busy. Like, really insanely busy. You’re invited to take an hour to step away from it all. An hour to rest, breathe, connect. Everyone is welcome – regardless of their level of experience with yoga. The class meets at the Branch building at 7:30pm starting 12/1 and […]