GNG Weekly: FWG 6.11.17: Surprise the World

GNG Friends & Family, 


I hope you are doing well as the week comes to a close! Beautiful summer days are here - as are so many other blessings come in season. Whatever season each of you are in - I pray that the grace for us all from our Triune God is continuously counted and revered. 


We hope you can make it to our Family Worship Gathering on Sunday night at 7pm. The details are in #3 below. 


Here are the key things for the coming week! So hope you can join us for most of them, or just one!


1. Theology on Tap: Harvesting Suburbia - Cultivating community through environmental practices Thursday at the Kas Household

Check out more details at the Facebook Event at this link!


2. Next Week Sunday Night: Convergence Worship @ 6pm @ Mulick Park.

You can again see more details & share that you'll be there through our Facebook Event here

In addition, some of the details are below: 


You might be wondering, why is this thing called Convergence Worship? 
Here is the reason: Many of us find ourselves involved in a variety of communities - whether it be your neighborhood, church, workplace, or another community you are a part of, like the Ultimate Frisbee community. 
For the church of Good News Gatherings - we see all of these places as places to be a faithful presence of Jesus, caring for others - and being the embodiment of the good news - the gospel. (and yes - it will be Father's Day - join us to worship a good Father God. :)
All of these different communities are incredible - and we are hoping to have a "convergence" of people from a variety of churches, neighborhoods and other communities to join us for sharing together in worship, food & fellowship.
Please bring your own chair and food to pass! If life gets crazy and you don't remember a chair or food - that is just fine too!


3. June 11th: 7:00 PM: FWG - Intro to Surprise the World

We will be starting out with an introduction to Surprise the World - a short description is below:

Christianity is a surprising religion. It has changed the world in remarkable ways throughout history simply through Christians living out their faith. More recently, we’ve become afraid of a habituated Christianity, thinking that routines will rob our faith of its vitality. The net effect is that we’ve replaced the habits that surprise the world with habits that mimic the world―and both we and the world suffer for it


Please give us a heads up if you whether you can or can't make it out via this quick RSVP


Blessings in Christ & happy summer beginnings. :)

Pastor Eric