Some of the best conversations start with good questions—questions we’ve been meaning to ask, questions that keep us curious, and questions that lead us deeper into courage and connection. Our summer worship series, I’ve Been Meaning to Ask, will invite us to explore four questions fundamental to our connections with God and with one another.
. . .Where are you from? (What's your story? What has shaped you into you?) . . .Where does it hurt? (Where are you carrying heaviness or pain? Where is the world hurting?) . . .What do you need? (How can I help care for you right now? What do I need to feel whole?) . . .Where do we go from here? (In our changing world, where do you glimpse hope? What's next, and how can we go there together?) As you can see, these questions aren’t surface level; they invite us to tell our stories, share our pain, care for one another, and dream about a new way forward together. As we come back together after this time of pandemic and separation, these questions will help us to reconnect with one another and to make new connections in our community. Through vulnerability and authenticity, may our courageous conversations lead us to glimpse hope, joy, and beauty – and to become the people God created us to be.
Our summer series runs from June 6 – July 25th. Join us and find your place of connection.