September 15 - October 13, 2019

"Is the beam from a lighthouse affected by howling wind and rain? It remains perfectly steadfast and unaffected by the storm. Your true self is like that. Nothing can ever harm you once you are consciously aware that it is so." -- Vernon Howard

Journey is described many ways: an “Emerging Church,” “Inclusive,” “Welcoming,” “Informal,” “Spiritual-But-Not-Religious,” and more. But at our core, our job is simply to share God’s love with the world. It’s like light — like oxygen — like hope — like food. In this series, we’re spending a few weeks looking at the light we shine and considering how to be lighthouses in our relationships, our neighborhoods, and our world.

Journey logo of background shaded from blue to golden yellow, with clip art lighthouse on right side

Right-Sized

Our new series is inspired by Micah 6:8, which explains what God wants of us. Here we go... "It’s quite simple: Do what is fair and just to your neighbor, be compassionate and loyal in your love, And don’t take yourself too seriously— take God seriously."

Live Justice

This Sunday, we dive deep into that famous Micah 6 scripture as we explore what it means to "live justice" in an unjust and imperfect world.

Live Loving Kindness

According to Jean Vanier, the heart of our community is to say to people, “I am glad you exist.” This week, our Lighthouse series continues with explorations of what it means to be in community, to be loving, to be kind.

Shine the Light

This Sunday, as a community — and with food! — we will discuss how our community shines in the world. How do we, as both a community and as individuals, do the work that God set us: to live the justice of shalom, and to live the lovingkindness of hesed, and to live right-sized, humbly, with God? Let's dig into that together.

As You Have Been Loved

This Sunday during worship, we will not, in fact, be holding elections. Instead, we're having a 1st century communion gathering; we're doing a Hindu prayer; and Rick's got a message about Micah, Jesus, and an old lady saying "You're here!"