SUNDAY MORNING

Join us each Sunday morning at 9:30 – 10:30 am 
in the CLC Student ministry rooms
 
During October, we’re doing a 4 week series on friendship called Squad Up. November is another 4 week series on  Spiritual Disciplines called Stretch.  Please register here
 

Here’s an online option for students who want to join us for Grow Student Sunday Mornings.

Topic: Grow Sunday Morning  | Time: Oct 4, 2020 09:30 AM

Join Zoom Meeting  Meeting ID: 951 1759 2383 | Passcode: 765103

SQUAD UP:

 Everyone wants a squad — a community of people that cares for us, helps and supports us, and gives us a place to belong. In short, we all want to be part of a community that feels like family. That kind of community isn’t easy to come by, but it’s exactly what Jesus had in mind for His followers when the Church first began. In this series, we’ll discover why the word “Church” means something much bigger than a building, we’ll learn what life was like for some of the earliest Christians, and we’ll explore four big ideas that mean as much for us today as they did to the Jesus-followers who lived nearly 2,000 years ago. The truth is, we can all be part of God’s family, and because we’re God’s family, we can do for others what God has done for us, we can grow together, and we can stand strong together.

STRETCH:

 If your faith were a muscle, how flexible would it be? Could it stretch to your knees? Your shins? Your toes? Or are you not sure you even have any faith to stretch in the first place? Just like your body, if you want a faith that is strong, growing, and capable of carrying you through difficult challenges, you’re going to need to stretch it. It might be fun. It might be challenging. But it will definitely be worthwhile. In this series, we’ll discover four ways we can stretch our faith from Paul, the author of the book of Romans and a man whose life was completely transformed by Jesus. Thanks to Paul’s words, we know we can stretch our faith my making a commitment, bystarting something new, and by letting something go. We can even stretch our faith when we feel like we’ve failed.