~by Rudy Hayden
It’s that time again, December and Christmas are upon us!
We have taken a somewhat different approach to Christmas this year, especially for our children at Waypoint. As we study the Gospel of Matthew and discuss the Backwards logic of Christmas we wanted to change some Christmas traditions.
Instead of focusing on the “pretty” of Christmas, we want to empower our children and youth to think beyond themselves, their gifts, their Christmas lists, what they are going to wear….the list goes on and on. Read more
At Waypoint we are high on relationship and low on programs. However, we know that genuine community happens when we share life together. So as the Summer wraps up and the Fall calendars begin to emerge we wanted to let you know about this August and September happenings beginning to emerge.
If you will notice there is an email attached to each gathering because we believe in the power of directly contact people rather than passively waiting. Interested, email. Feel like something is missing, lead it.
By August, don’t we all tend to say, “Where did the summer go?”
What would it look like if you lived with an attention this summer, rather than letting months slip by. Below, Carrie Torres challenges our families to put down the distractions and embrace the slower paced summer. What would it look like for you to live an intentional summer this summer?
Join the fun and bring your family and friends to the Waypoint Spring Picnic!
Fellowship, food, music, and games! Weather permitting we will be under the picnic shelter outside. Come enjoy the day together! Immediately following worship May 22nd!
Menu includes gourmet salad and potato bar, chicken tenders, BBQ sliders, finger sandwiches, fruit, vegetables, cheese, and yummy cake!
Adults are $10 and children under 12 $5.