Weekly Update 5.10.18
May 10, 2018
What comes after the resurrection and ascension of Jesus? The birth of the church and the extension of Jesus' mission to and through his people. But, what does that mean for us? What does it mean to be Jesus' people on his mission in the world? What does it mean to be the church?
We are joining the youth of Missio South Jordan and partnering with other local churches for High School Camp and Junior High Camp at Big Canyon Ranch. Expect a week jam packed with good friends, amazing worship and teaching, wild games and recreation; paintball, rock climbing, 300 ft. slip 'n slide, giant trapeze swing, bubble soccer, night-games, archery, gaga ball, corn hole, hiking, swimming, and more!
A registration fee of $50/student is due to hold your spot. For more registration information, and for more youth camp questions, reach out to Nate.
For the last three years, we have been participating as a community in serving our city on a Sunday. On May 20th we'll be worshipping differently by going out and serving North West Middle School and Spectrum Academy and also serving our tenants and working together to steward our own property at Missio. To learn more about it and sign up go here.
Ready for an electrifyingly fun week at Amped VBS? Join us August 6th-9th from 9:00am - 12 noon as we talk about how because what God says is true, we can live overloaded with confidence in Him! 3 year olds - 5th graders can participate in our main program, while youth and adults are invited to serve with us and parents of participants are invited into a study lead by Kyle Costello. Click HERE for more information or to register now! Email Anna Nelson if you have any questions.
Child Dedications-This Sunday!
Child dedications are an opportunity for parents to declare their dependence and trust in Jesus and for the community to show their support for them along their journey. Please join us as we celebrate with families at the beginning of both the 9 am and 11 am services.
The Peoples Theology
David Foster Wallace, in his now very famous commencement speech, tells a story about two fish and in it, he asks a question, "what is water?" Meaning, what are the pieces of our world we don't recognize but are fundamental to its existence? In this episode we try and answer that question, what is water. *podcast includes two expletives. Listen here Itunes.Google.