What to Expect
Sunday is the highpoint of our week. We gather together in worship. We learn together in smaller settings. Sometimes we eat or play together. It is in a very real way our day of Sabbath, where we remember that we were not born into the world for work alone, but like our Maker, to rest and feast upon the splendor of creation. From this day we carry our worship into the other six days of the week.
Our people are involved in many ways that not only sustain our growth in discipleship (study groups, action teams and committees, ministry in the neighborhood or community, fellowship activities), but also express our sense of missional involvement in the world in the name of Jesus—most important is our sense that all our life is to be lived in joyful obedience to Jesus Christ. Wherever we live and work and play we seek to live out our faith.
Our Sunday life nourishes all this, dignifies the whole of life, and invests it with a meaning not possible without Sunday.
So, we move out beyond Sunday, but not without Sunday deep within our bones.