Eat the bread and share the cup in remembrance of Jesus with us the first Sunday of every month. We practice open communion, so all believers are warmly welcomed at our table regardless of denominational background, etc.
On Tuesday, we started our seven-week semester of English classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students. For the first time, we are teaching students from Ecuador and Sudan! Our students hail from five continents this semester. Our classes are small, which allows us to tailor our classes to meet our students’ diverse 1individual language learning […]
When trick or treating is over, there’s another special day right on Halloween’s heels. The day (or Sunday) after Halloween is All Saints Day, a special day for remembering Christians from every time and place in history who have gone on before us. Hebrews 12 encourages Christians to remember that a “great cloud of witnesses” surrounds us […]
“Christians don’t simply learn or study or use Scripture; we assimilate it, take it into our lives in such a way that it gets metabolized into acts of love, cups of cold water, missions into all the world, healing and evangelism and justice in Jesus’ name, hands raised in adoration of the Father, feet washed […]
Have you noticed how stores start putting up Christmas displays before Halloween? We like to think it is to help us get ready to fill the Salvation Army stockings each year. We know it seems early… but Christmas stockings are here! Sign up to fill stockings for babies through older boys and girls for the […]
Five loaves and two fish for a crowd of 5000. Crumbs for the Gentile woman seeking healing for her daughter. Faith like a mustard seed. A little yeast to leaven 60 lbs of flour for bread. God can make a big difference with things that are small.