Paul’s writing asserts that Christians are created to live in community with one another. This requires a certain level of spiritual maturity that we can reach only when we act toward one another in the spirit of Christian love. Each week, we will focus on the text and how Paul instructs us to act. This second week, we are called to “Live in Love.”
You are invited! We will worship an awesome God who sends forth healing to a dark world. After service, all of you are invited to Calvary Potluck as we celebrate the end of the Healing Hands Worship Series.
We are seeking God’s healing touch! We are known as the one who draws crowds throughout the world.
We are living in a challenging time for the church as the relationship between church and culture is changing rapidly. It must be a time of crisis, but at the same time it is an opportunity for the church to engage the call to mission in this time and place. How?
As we celebrate the Trinity Sunday, we are moving into a time of significant transitions from a season of preparation to a season of performance. The Good News is the Spirit is leading us so that we may continue to carry the mission of Jesus and becoming fruitful.