Christianity Explored: Sundays, September 21st to November 9th at 10:45 a.m.

Christianity Explored

Would you like to understand more of how the Bible describes Jesus? Would you like to experience a safe place to voice your questions about him, and the role he plays in the life of a Christian? If so, come to the Christianity Explored class! In the class you will walk through the Gospel of Mark in the Bible and consider how it describes Jesus. Along the way, we will be asking what response this description of Jesus invites us into. If you are unsure of the role that Jesus plays in your life, or if you are learning to trust Jesus, this would be a fantastic opportunity for you to consider.

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Campfire (Connect. Share. Praise): Friday, September 26th at 6:30 p.m.


Campfires are wonderful. They are places of warmth and joy, places where memories are made and life is shared. There is something about meeting around a campfire that can’t be replicated any other place. So, we invite you to join us around the campfire on Friday, September 26 at 6:30 p.m. Let’s connect and make some new memories. Let’s share our stories. Let’s lift our voices together in praise of our God, all around the campfire. Bring your lawn chair and your favorite campfire food. We’ll provide the S’mores and some cider, and we’ll meet you at the campfire.

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Fall Feast (Not Your Average Feast): Saturday, October 18th from 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Fall Feast

This fall we are providing a dynamic and fun connecting event called Fall Feast: Not your average feast. This is going to be an event for the whole family, with specific activities for kids, students, and adults to connect. Imagine adults participating in teams who work together to create sides and decorations for the feast in a similar context of the TV show Chopped. Imagine students working together to provide a square dance area and dance for those who want to participate during the feast. And imagine kids having fun as they do activities that will help the rest of us be thankful and celebrate. Come and celebrate with us: it’s not your average feast!

We are purposefully making a change from our Fall Family Festival event of the past. As you have noticed with Operation Maine Memorial, the Day of Compassion, VBS, etc., we are becoming a church who goes on mission to bring God’s love to others. This builds on our history of meeting people in their brokenness to offer the love of Jesus, as we take initiative to go out to those who are hurting and in need.

As we go out, we are simultaneously taking steps to provide events and opportunities at Union Center to experience belonging and connection to our church family. You may have noticed this with our BYOE picnics, our night of prayer in May, and many events coming this year. The purpose of this Fall Feast event aligns with this desire to foster belonging – to act like a family who has fun together, celebrates together, and works together.

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