Sometimes we treat Christian faith like a theology test.
As if it all depends on how much you know.
But what if following Jesus isn’t only about what you know?
What if following Jesus is about doing something with that knowledge?
The New Testament Book of James is famous for getting down to the nuts and bolts of living the faith. Whether the topic is true religion or taming the tongue, resisting temptation or staying faithful in trials, trusting God or resolving conflict, James wants to see people put their faith to work to change the world.
Easter isn’t just a day. It’s a season. And during the season of Easter, we’ll be exploring the massive implications of Easter. We’ll be looking at the resurrection of Jesus, and asking lots of questions. What is it? What does it mean? Is it really all that important? Why? What does it have to do with us? With our day-to-day life? Does it make a difference?
You are invited to come and ask these questions with us. Just be sure to do two things. Bring a few questions of your own. And come as you are. Sundays at 10 am.