Join us Sunday as we start our new series on the book of Exodus. Through-out the fall we will be exploring how the story of Exodus gives us a taste of the RESCUE God will do through Jesus Christ.
Due to the inclement weather, Queens is unable to open the facility for us, so worship has been cancelled on January 8th.
Join us on January 15th to pray for and co-mission the Peru missionaries.
See you all in a week! In the mean time, think of 2 people you could invite for coffee (or hot chocolate) this week.
“As Iron Sharpens Iron, so one man sharpens another.”
Christmas Eve Worship
Lessons & Carols, Candlelight, and Family Friendly
*We will not have the BaseCamp nursery, as we want to worship as entire church family with joy of infants. Come as you are (including Panther attire) because Christmas is not about putting on our best, but Him coming into our mess.
This Sunday at Waypoint was a powerful moment where the daily impact of the Gospel shown through folks’ lives. We were challenged by a young mother to courageously let down the SouthParkian facade to embody Paul’s claim in Philippians that “being confident of this, that He who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.”
The Good News of Jesus is that he did not come to keep our lives safely in place like a magician pulling the table cloth out from under a beautiful place setting, but He entered the world as a disrupter. His mission was to offend us with the Good News of the cross. Read more
When we signed the contract with Queens for use of their Sports Complex we were notified that 9-25 they would have an event and we would have to relocate. For months the oversight team, Brad and Carrie wrestled with what should we do? Should we join with a local church for worship? Should we return to Myers Park for one Sunday? Should we try to use Symphony Park? The team then decided, let’s all go over to the area elementary school that is a Title 1 school and see how we could serve them.
Little did we know how God’s perfect timing would align for us, the school and our city.