I walk our dog every morning in Central Park and am regularly amazed at how many “morning people” there are in NYC. Some are riding bikes; others are running. Several are sipping coffee and reading. For those of you who are up early and want to use that time to connect with people in our community, we have lots of options that range from those geared towards a more social setting (Friday morning coffee gatherings, Saturday running club) to ones that combine community and study (Tuesday Morning Men, Wednesday & Thursday Moms Groups, Friday OWLS fellowship for seniors). Learn more about these groups here.
The emphasis on discipleship this year is a reminder that in a culture where values, ethics, and ideas bombard us faster than we can process them, community with others is necessary if we are going to live faithfully and wisely. So I will occasionally use this Monday communication to inform you of the ways you can model what it means to follow Jesus, who began his revolution with a small group of men and women who began as strangers but became family.
And let us consider how to stir up one another to love and good works, not neglecting to meet together, as is the habit of some, but encouraging one another, and all the more as you see the Day drawing near. – Hebrews 10:24-25
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- Sep 26 | Last Day to Sign Up to Volunteer on WSY Retreat
- Oct 8 | RWS Membership Class
- Oct 11 | Kids Community Group is Back
- Oct 11 | Trust Recovery Support Group
- Oct 11 | Cultivating Marriage
- Oct 14 | Premarital Seminar
- Oct 16 | Faith & Work 101
- Oct 17 | Emotional Strength & Peace
- Oct 20 | Live@W83 featuring pianist Chelsea Guo