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Jesus told us to love all people in the same way as we love ourselves. There are many ways to love people.

Through a variety of means, we hope to equip you to understand why we should love people, who we should love, and what that actually looks like. In addition, we'll help you discover more about your unique gifts, passions, and abilities and we’ll help you find an important role in serving with the faith family as well as making an impact in your neighborhood, workplace, and community.

In addition, these three categories will help begin taking steps to love people well.

Listen to Pastor Bryan's sermon on "Loving People" here.

Serve the faith family

One of the best ways to begin building relationships is to begin serving in a group. We have tons of opportunities for you to use your gifts and passions in a way that brings glory to God and helps us accomplish our mission.

Whether it's children's ministry, worship ministry, hospitality, administrative work, or building maintenance, we'll help find a place for you to use your talents for the Kingdom!

Listen to Pastor Bryan's sermon on "Serving the Faith Family" here.

Contact us this week if you're ready to begin serving!

be hospitable

The art of hospitality is one unique way that we can love people. Whether it's having someone over for dinner or setting up a care calendar for a family who just had a baby, we want to encourage and empower you to serve others, in and outside the church, with hospitality!

Listen to Pastor Brett's sermon on "Being Hospitable" here.

Who has God put in your path that you could show hospitality to this week?

bless the community

Jesus told us that we are the salt of the earth (Matthew 5:13). This simply means that we are designed by God to be and have a positive influence where we live, work, play, and do business.

Jesus also told us that we are the light of the world (Matthew 5:14-16) and that we ought to let the world see our good deeds which would bring glory to the Father.

Listen to Pastor Bryan's sermon on "Blessing Our Community" here.

What opportunities are available right now for you to bless others where you live, work, play, or do business? Make a plan to do something this week.