Mike Schmid - August 22, 2021
From Series: "Better Together"
COVID has been hard on community. This has been true for families, for friends, and for the city in which we live. It has also been hard on our congregation as community. For months, we could not worship together, and some are still not ready to resume in person gathering. So many activities that are part of our congregational life had to be put aside in the interest of safety and health. It’s time to reclaim who we are as the community of God’s people. It’s time to reboot our identity as members of a church, branches on a vine, sheep of a flock, stones in a building, and parts of a body. The worship series “Better Together” focuses on what it means to be a congregation. We will be looking at the Biblical metaphors and images for the local church, and seeking to apply these truths to our lives, both individually and as a congregation. Along the way, we will be inviting your participation in activities and events designed to bring us together as church, so that we can rediscover the Biblical truth that as the people of God, we are “better together.”