Our Rhythm

a shared strategy

Following Jesus is about more than going to church on Sundays. It’s an entire way of life. In order to pursue that life, we've adopted a shared “Rhythm” for our community, sometimes called a "Corporate Rule of Life." Our specific Rhythm is made up of a number of daily, weekly, and monthly practices that we believe God will use to shape us into the people we're meant to be. If you’re new to our community, we’d love for you to experiment with one of the disciplines below and see where it leads you.

Feb 20, 2019

Pray

O God of peace, who has taught us that in returning and rest we shall be saved, in quietness and confidence shall be our strength: By the might of thy Spirit lift us, we pray, to thy presence, where we may be still and know that thou art God; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.  

Read

This month we're inviting you to choose one specific "book" from either the Old or New Testament and solely focus on it. Who is the author & audience, what is the occasion for its writing? What genre is this book? Poetry, song, letter, dream journal, history, legal document, story? What themes do you notice?  

Respond

Write down any questions or insights you have. Thank God for them and share them with a friend.

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Evening Prayer (2015)

Prayerful people have found great meaning in the practice of "examen" for centuries - a simple prayer exercise that helps one recognize God's presence in their everyday lives by paying attention to the details. Through prayerful remembrance, we have come to see that the midday headache, the difficult conversation, or the quiet drive home can all be reviewed for grace and perspective as we prepare to end this day before beginning another. We encourage you to give it a try. Find a quiet moment this evening to light a candle or grab a journal and reflect on all that has transpired. Guiding questions are available by subscribing to "The Daily."

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Weekly

Worship

Worship centers us. As we sing, pray, and listen for God's voice, we’re reminded of who we are and how we ought to live. Every Sunday we gather to worship before scattering for the week ahead.

Shared Meals

Shared meals are holy. Jesus used food to show hospitality and bless others. We seek to do the same as we commit to sharing at least one meal a week with someone we might extend grace to.

Exercise

The Bible teaches that our bodies are temples and that one day we will be resurrected. Therefore, we are committed to eating well and exercising at least three times a week.

Rest

God takes rest seriously. In fact, it made the top ten list of commandments. So, one day a week we shut it all down, even if it’s not all done, and remember that we aren’t God and that life is a gift.

Weekly

Worship

Worship centers us. As we sing, pray, and listen for God's voice, we’re reminded of who we are and how we ought to live. Every Sunday we gather to worship before scattering for the week ahead.

Exercise

The Bible teaches that our bodies are temples and that one day we will be resurrected. Therefore, we are committed to eating well and exercising at least three times a week.

Shared Meals

Shared meals are holy. Jesus used food to show hospitality and bless others. We seek to do the same as we commit to sharing at least one meal a week with someone we might extend grace to.

Rest

God takes rest seriously. In fact, it made the top ten list of commandments. So, one day a week we shut it all down, even if it’s not all done, and remember that we aren’t God and that life is a gift.

Monthly

Serve

Jesus said, “I did not come to be served but to serve.” As followers of Jesus, we too look for ways to serve. Once a month we devote a day to serving our city and another to serving the church.

Seasonal

Party

We believe that God is the happiest being in the universe and that we are called to be people of great joy. Therefore, we're passionate about throwing a few great parties every year.