Updated on June 13, 2021
The world today is not what it was a year ago. The events of 2020 have caught many of us off-guard. However, God has not been caught off-guard. He is still at work, just as he has been at every major event in history. And though circumstances change, our church still stands, and possibly stronger than ever before.
It is often said that times of crisis reveal the true nature of things. If that’s true, then we could not be more proud of what our church has been revealed to be. Since March 2020, from our mask distribution efforts to our online trivia season to our Village Church Conversations series, we have continued to not only survive but also to thrive in this new digital age. There is much to be thankful for.
But we have entered into a new phase. We are now holding 100% live services (to learn more about our transition to live services, see our most recent email update from June 4, 2021)!
We are excited to see what else God has in store for us this year. If you are visiting our church, we would love for you to get involved also. Here’s how.
Join us every Sunday for our Sunday gatherings. You can join us at 10am at 3647 Roland Ave. If you are unable to attend in person, you can still watch our livestream on our Facebook page or on our YouTube page.
The church is not a building, but it is the people. Therefore, church attendance doesn’t just consist of tuning in on Sundays, but developing relationships with other Christians. One of the best ways to do this is through community groups, small groups of people in our church who meet regularly for discipleship, encouragement, teaching, friendship, accountability, and prayer. Each one looks different from one another. Some meet 100% online, and some have started to meet in person. See the current listing here.
When the COVID-19 pandemic started, we were quickly made aware of various people in our community who had difficulty making ends meet. One person was recently released from prison and needed assistance with food. Another person’s house burned down and needed a temporary place to stay. And yet another person lost her job and needed help with her BGE bills. In response, our church started a benevolence fund to help those who have been economically impacted during this time. Our mercy ministry has been able to help all of these people, and dozens more. If you’d like to give to this fund, you can do so here via PayPal. If you would like to apply to this fund to receive help, you can do so here with this Google form.
Email List and Social Media
There’s a lot going on in our church, and it can be difficult to keep track of it all. If you’d like to stay in the know, you can subscribe to our email list, or you can follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
If you have any questions about our church, if you have any prayer requests, or if you would like to talk to somebody, please fill out an online Connection Card, and someone will get in touch with you. We hope to meet you soon. God bless.