Sunday @ actionchurch

actionchurch before service

It’s clear that actionchurch is setting out on an exciting new journey together as a church.  Last week was our very first gathering in our new, full-time venue, and even though we discussed “the Plan” (Podcast here) to get where we are going, it’s easy to see that this journey will involve MANY new routes, new people, new obstacles, and many more new opportunities for us as a church.  Many of the things we’ll need for this journey we’ll pick up along the way.  We trust that God will provide.  We’ll learn as we go.   There are a few things, however, that are ESSENTIAL.  Things that we MUST take with us as we go.  (You know, like that laptop power cord you forgot on the counter at home that almost ruined your big sales presentation!)   During the month of June we will cover four things…four different concepts we’ve discussed before at actionchurch that are ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL to our success on our new journey.  Four Things we MUST take with us as we go.  We’re calling them the “actionchurch essentials” and we hope you don’t miss a one of them as we prepare for the exciting new future God has for us!

Sunday will also be another opportunity to learn more about this years serving event at RELAY FOR LIFE 2015!   We are going to actively serve some of the most deserving people in our local community…and we don’t want you to miss being part of it.  We’ll also kick off a brand new T-shirt sale to benefit our Relay efforts, and we’ve got some great music on tap from Matt Wheeler and Vintage Heart.  You can also expect all the “normal”  food and fun that makes actionchurch ANYTHING but a normal Sunday morning at church! We’ve even freed up more parking…so go a head and invite ALL your friends and family that have been curious about actionchurch.  We look forward to seeing you at…well…at the actionchurch building (that sounds really weird somehow) :-) – 10:30 am (DIRECTIONS), and as usual, the actionkidz crew has a fantastic hour of learning and fun planned for your kids (infant to 6th grade) as well.

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