Join us this Friday, April 19th, for our Good Friday gathering at FLDWRK in Downtown Fullerton.
We will be meeting together to walk through the question, "Why did Jesus Die?" looking at 4 primary theories on atonement. In our modern day, atonement is discussed and portrayed in many different ways, some that we immediately respond with and some that are still respected, but contrary to our core beliefs.
4 of our artists have come together to curate pieces to express these 4 theories for you to consider as we observe the day that Jesus went to the cross. We will also spend a brief time in worship and communion as well. There will be no childcare, and this is a hands on experience that we invite you to consider as a family, and consider how you might tell the story about Jesus' death in a way that brings them hope, understanding, and value for their lives and others on this day in history.
110 E. Wilshire
Join our guest teacher Jeremiah Zaretsky after Sunday gathering at 11:45AM for an open forum Q&A.
No Sign Up Necessary.
Location : El Dorado High School PE Room
Join us for out first Financial Quarterly for 2019. Over the past couple years we have not been frequently updating you with our ongoing financial statues, this year we will be doing that each quarter.
We will meet in the El Dorado High School PE Room - Across the blacktop at the back of the school past the PAC immediately after gathering.
Join us this coming Sunday March 17th for Women In Leadership Pt. 2! Bonnie Lewis will join us and we will be sharing some thoughts specifically around the patriarchy of the Bible and how we observe it. Is it instructive or is it assumptive? Is it a post fall construct? So many good things to discuss around our understanding as it relates to existing power structures amidst what God may have intended.
Join us for our first Care Workshop On March 11, 2019 where Karrie offers tools and a teaching on how we silence the lies of the inner voice that keep us trapped in the issues of our past that keep up stuck and unable to heal and move forward.
Join us for a discussion on Spiritual Abuse and the responsibility of the church in it’s occurrence. This takes many forms and shapes. In some cases it’s the heavy hand of doctrine that creates a toxic environment and tragically at times it is an authoritative abuse where a leader leverages their influence to personal benefit. We want to share and discuss the forms in which this can take so you can recognize it among your family and friends. We will have a Community Pastor present for post processing this discussion.